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Dear Sir or Madame,
This is my resume for Production Supervisor you have available.
I have over 16 years of experience in the managerial and supervisory roles. During this time I have developed into a very competent Production Supervisor who understands the great importance this position is to help our business succeed in today competitive work environment.
I have strong technical and analytical problem solving skills along with excellent communication and motivational skills. I work extremely well under pressure and tight deadlines, known to be a dedicated hard working individual who really enjoys working in the management field, highly proficient in all the areas you would require for this position.
I’d like the opportunity to tell you more about my work experience and how my skill set could contribute to the successful day-to-day running of your company.
I look forward to discussing the Production Supervisorposition with you.
303 St. John’s ave. Winnipeg firstname.lastname@example.org
Experienced Production Supervisor proven effective problem solving skills Team-oriented skills. Dedicated to quality and workplace safety and health continuous improvement Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing and the Deming Philosophy, Proficient in Master cam, Gibbs, SAP and Microsoft suite applications
Production Supervisor CP Rail Car Program Track Shop March 2017 to Nov. 2019
Conduct job briefings and end of shift briefings safety meetings and activities to ensure safety rules procedures and policies are adhered to through proficiency testing and safety tracking documents.
Assigning daily work flow ensuring in the Machine Shop and Freight car and locomotive repair shops all key metrics are being meet or exceeded managing the work in process . Provide and maintain a good and positive working relationships with all staff including other departments and local union officials. Ensuring that there is appropriate stock/material inventory within prescribed limits through SAP system. Support all expenditure reduction initiatives and participate in continuous improvement initiatives to improve production and effectiveness of the operation by applying Lean Philosophy and Principals.
Locomotive Operations Supervisor CP Rail Weston Shop Aug.2015 - Feb.2017
Locomotive Mechanical and planning Supervisor at CP Weston Shops (24/7 operation) consisting of locomotive journeyman mechanics apprentices, diesel service attendants, millwrights and laborers.Scheduling and assigning workflow accountable for repairs inspections and approvals. Overseeing all aspects of specialized training and upgrading of apprentices. Responsibly for solving any types problems from inbound and outbound trains to mechanical problems during the shift as they occur including trouble shooting trains on the mainline from Saskatchewan to Toronto Ontario, planning power requirements in this region responsible shopping units that require maintenance in the system . Managing workplace safety and health, attendance and human resource issues. Coaching and mentoring staff on Safety programs and Continuous improvement programs, conduct performance appraisals when needed.
Mechanical Supervisor HRC CN Rail Symington yard July 2011 – Aug. 2015
Mechanical Supervisor at CN Rail Car Heavy Repair and Car Program (24/7 operation) consisting of journeyman car mechanics and apprentices. Scheduling and assigning workflow accountable for final car repairs inspections and approvals in the shop and yards ensuring all key metrics were met in shop and yard. Overseeing all aspects of specializedtraining and upgrading of apprentices. Responsibly for solving any types problems from inbound and outbound trains to mechanical problems during the shift as they occur including trouble shooting trains on the mainline when required. Managing workplace safety and health, attendance and human resource issues. Coaching and mentoring staff on Safety programs and Continuous improvement programs, conduct performance appraisals when needed.
Plant Manager Great Western Containers Inc. June 2009 - July 2011
Plant Supervisor for a container supplier and container reconditioning for all of Western Canada and Ontario. Responsible for all day to day operations and strategic planning of the plant. List of responsibilities includes but not limited to all scheduling assigning workflow responsible for all health and safety programs, preventative maintenance programs including resource conservation programs, budgets and payroll for the facility and for all ISO programs and continuous improvement programs in the Plant.
Production Supervisor Cormer Group Industries 2003 - May 2009
Supervising a 39- person shift consisting of Engineering and fixturing dept. CNC Setup Machinists,CNC Operators, CNC Trainees, Detailers/Assemblers, Anodize/Etch persons, Quality Assurance Dept. and Painters Subcontractor for Boeing Technologies Canada, Rolls-Royce, Avcorp Industries, & General Dynamics. Scheduling and assigning workflow accountable for final Quality Assurance inspections and approvals. Overseeing all aspects of specialized training and upgrading CNC operators on setups and operating different types of CNC Machines such as Makino, Cincinnati, Okuma and Mazak. Responsibly for solving any types problems from machining and engineering to mechanical problems on the Machines during the shift as they occur. Managing workplace safety and health, attendance and human resource issues. Coaching and mentoring staff on Lean Manufacturing and Continuous improvement programs, conduct performance appraisals when needed.
Production Supervisor / CNC Machinist Pritchard Engineering,Wpg. 1989 - 2003
Supervising CNC manufacturing/production shift of a 14 team members.
Write programs if needed setup tooling and machines, responsible for all Quality Assurance, assigning workflow and scheduling, Trouble shooting machines when needed, extensive experience in Millwright department
Maintenance Mechanic Felec Services/High Arctic Radar Sites Dewline 1986-1989
Machinist/Tool&Die Maker Motor Coach Industries, Winnipeg 1982 - 1986
Taking apart and fixing various tools and dies, making new fixtures when required . Setting up conventional mills and lathes to make various tools and dies needed in the shop.
Education & Professional Development
CP Rail Freight car inspector qualified September 18– 2019 to Sept 18- 2022
Master Cam training Red River Community College June 2017
GE University for AC44 Units - Aug.2015 to July 2016
CN Rail Management Conductor Qualified 2013-2016
CN Rail City Freight car repair - 2011
CN Rail City Freight car inspection - 2011
CN Rail electronic Freight car air brake testing qualified - 2011
Presidio Learning Centre MS Excel Level 2 June- 2011
Management Principles Red River Community College Sept.-Nov. 2010
Red Seal Interprovincial 5th Class power EngineeringJune 2010
Advanced 5th Class power Engineering Red River Community College Sept. 2009-May 2010
Total Quality Management, Six Sigma Red River Community College April-June 2009
MS 2007 Excel Level 2 Red River Community College Nov.2008
MS 2007 PowerPoint Level 1 Red River Community College Oct.2008
MS 2007 Word Level 2 Red River Community College Oct.2008
MS 2007 Excel Level 1 Red River Community College Sept.2008
MS 2007 Word Level 1 Red River Community College Sept.2008
Investigating Work place Incidents Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health 2008
Supervisor and Safe work Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health 2007
Gibbs Cam Programming J-Squared Technologies, Wpg. 2000
Mazatro M-Plus EIA/ISO Programming Mazak Corp. Florence Kentucky U.S.A. 1999
Red Seal Interprovincial Machinist June 1998
CNC Programming Pritchard Engineering 1997
CWB Welding Certificate Red River Community College 1997
Pre-Employment Machinist Red River Community College 1985
Grade 12 Vocational Diploma Tec Voc High School
Course Concentration Three Years Machine Shop
Mr. Marc Phillipot Production Manager Track Shop CP Railway 204-***-****
Mr. Don Fredrickson Manager Locomotive shop CP Railway 204-***-****