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Maintenance Supervisor / Production Head

Location:
Dasmarinas, Cavite, Philippines
Posted:
October 16, 2019

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Position Applied : Maintenance Supervisor / Production Section Head

Jose A. Nolasco II

Address: Blk#17 Lot#15 Villa Luisa Homes Dasmarinas, Cavite Land Line #: (046-***-****

Cell phone #: 095******** / 094********

Email: adalq1@r.postjobfree.com

Career Summary:

Started as full-time Maintenance Technician for almost 5 years, Technical experiences are mainly in an electronic/semiconductor Industries. Handled Blow-Molding /PET Injection, Wire Bonder, Die Attach, Burn-In Oven, Tester Handler machines during my Line Maintenance Technician years.

Senior Production Supervisor for 2-years handling Final Test Operations with Intel Technology Philippines and ON Semiconductor Philippines.

Maintenance Supervisor for 13 years (5 years at Intel Philippines) handling assembly FOL-EOL from Die Preparation, Die Attach, Wire Bond, Mold, Laser Mark, Ball Attach, Ink Mark, Saw Singulation, Auto-Fold and Auto-Stacking machines. Likewise, Handled Final Test – Mechanical Finish from Burn-In Oven, Tester/Prober, Handler and Tape & Reel machines.

Managed the whole Maintenance Section at PCI Worldwide Inc. maintaining bunker boiler, production machineries and its facilities including operating procedures and work instructions.

Engineering Assistant Manager for over 1 year handling Camera Module’s Assembly and Test Equipment, ensuring Assembly and Test Machines are running 24/7 to meet the target production requirement. Work Experiences:

Date: April 22, 2019 - Present

Position: Field Service Engineer (FSE)

Company: Global Equipment Solution (GES) Saigon High Tech Park, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam Department: Field Service Engineering Group – ST Micro Electronics LSP Calamba, Laguna Field Service Engineer for Optical Wafer Sort (OWS) equipment which is a combination of a Tester and Robot Arm-Loader machines. Main tasks are to do machine characterization and qualification for production readiness. Other activities include machine software, electrical and mechanical upgrades for new product readiness. Supports production DOE run, machine repair, Preventive Maintenance (PM) and production personnel machine trainings.

Date: June 04, 2018 – April 19, 2019

Position: Final Test Sr. Production Supervisor (Regular Employee) Company: ON Semiconductor Philippines (OSPI Carmona) Department: Final Test Manufacturing Department

Job Function:

Handling Digital Line consisting of 70 production personnel. Main objective is to hit daily target OEE on Teradyne J750 / A510 /A520, Trillium, Synchro, Maverick and TMT Testers. Develops production operators’ competency through machine operation cross-training and coaching through regular 1-on-1 meeting. Regularly attends to daily operations meeting for weekly target delivery (planned volume & line item products) status. Coordinates needed support from Engineering on machines not meeting the target OEE for tactical and strategic machine improvement projects and even escalates needed help from other support groups. Date: August 06, 2014 – May 31, 2018

Position: Final Test Line Sustaining Group Supervisor (Regular Employee) Company: ON Semiconductor Philippines (OSPI Tarlac) Department: Final Test Manufacturing Department

Job Function:

Handling QFP Final Test Line Sustaining Group (LSG) composed of Tester, Handler and Set-up Technicians. Responsible for production machine line sustaining activities such as repair/troubleshooting of Teradyne J750/ Advantest T7323/ Yokogawa TS2000 Testers, Epson Handlers and Burn-In Ovens. Main objective is to hit daily Over-all Equipment Efficiency (OEE). Responsibility includes driving Continuous Improvement Projects 2

(CIP), technical skills competency improvement of all Line Sustaining Technicians. Regularly attends to Daily Operations (Daily OPS) meeting for closure of any machine related issue that will hamper operations’ performance. Date: May 04, 2013 – August 04, 2014

Position: Equipment Maintenance Asst. Manager (Regular Employee) Company: Nanos Technology Electronics Corp., Carmelray Industrial Park II Calamba Laguna Department: Engineering Department

Job Function:

Directly reports to a Korean Plant Manager. In-charge of "Camera Module" assembly and test equipment production line sustaining activities such as machine repair, preventive maintenance, spare parts management, machine/jig improvement and equipment operation trainings to all production operators. Assembly equipment includes direct material cleaning equipment, Die Preparation, Plasma, Die Attach, Curing Oven, Wire Bond and Housing Attach. Test equipment includes Singulation, Auto Soldering, Auto Focusing, Final Test, Ink Marking, Tape Attach and Vacuum Seal machines. Critical Success Indicators (CSI) is machine uptime and over-all machine efficiency/utilization.

Date: August 22, 2011 – February 28, 2013

Position: Senior Engineering Supervisor (Regular Employee) Company: Optis Philippines, Incorporated, Carmelray Industrial Park II Calamba Laguna Department: Engineering Department

Job Function:

Directly reports to a Korean Engineering Manager. Supervises a group Production Engineers whose main task is to ensure smooth assembly operation of “Optical Pick-UP” by performing daily calibration / mastering of all assembly machines including its’ Jigs and Fixtures. Responsibility includes machine and jig/fixture improvements including maintaining the over-all machine uptime indicator. Leads engineering quality task force (TF) and safety management by walking around (SMBWA) Audit.

Date: June 21, 2010 – March 31, 2011 (Regular Employee) Position: Maintenance Supervisor

Company: PCI Worldwide Inc., Mount View Industrial Complex Carmona Cavite Department: Maintenance Department

Job Function:

Manages Maintenance section composed of electricians, mechanics, welders and boiler operators. Responsible for ensuring a-well maintained equipment and plant facilities including over-all planning and implementation of engineering activities for line productivity, quality and safety. Responsibility includes Preventive Maintenance (PM) planning / scheduling of all production equipment up to Boiler Operations and Waste Water Treatment Facilities. Handles maintenance section’s document manual for ISO Audit readiness on preventive maintenance procedures and machine operating instructions. Date: January 2001 – March 31, 2006 (availed V.S.P. / Early Retirement) Position: FOL-EOL Maintenance Supervisor

Company: Intel Technology Philippines Inc., Gateway Business Park Gen. Trias Cavite Department: FLASH - Process and Equipment Engineering Department Job Function:

Manages a group of Line Sustaining Technicians that will ensure a safe, well maintained and effectively utilized process and equipment modules. Handles Front-Of-Line (FOL) and End-Of-Line (EOL) assembly lines from Die Preparation, Die Attach, Wire Bond, Mold, Laser Mark, Ball Attach, Ink Mark, Saw Singulation, Auto-Fold and Auto-Stacking machines. Plans daily line sustaining activities to ensure daily production targets are met. Implements continuous improvement projects including Technician’s competencies to have efficient Line Sustaining activities. Attends daily operations meetings (Daily Ops, Delivery Watch, and Game Plan) to coordinate needed help/problem including recovery plans as well as needed external support. Date: December 1999 – December 2000

Position: Production Supervisor

Company: Intel Technology Philippines Inc., Gateway Business Park Gen. Trias Cavite Department: Flip Chip – Manufacturing Department

Job Function:

Manages a group of Final Test production operators. Regularly checks machine performance and productivity with the goal of hitting the daily target Machine Utilization (MU). Supervisor is also responsible for ensuring a well-supported production in terms of manpower and other direct and In-direct materials to be used in the operations. Likewise, responsible for escalating problems to management by attending daily operations 3

meetings (Daily Ops, Delivery Watch, and Game Plan) to coordinate needed support including recovery plans as well as needed external support.

Date: March 25, 1996 – November 1999

Position: Assembly / Test Line Sustaining Technician Company: Intel Technology Philippines Inc., Gateway Business Park Gen. Trias Cavite Department: Flip Chip/CMO - Process and Equipment Engineering Department Job Function:

Handles KnS1488 Wire Bonder, KnS SP2100 Lead Bonder, ESEC Die Attach, Schlumberger BLU/NGH & Burn-In Criteria 18 Ovens. Production Line Technician is responsible for maintaining equipment optimum performance through repair and troubleshooting including Preventive Maintenance (PM) activities of FOL/EOL equipment. Regularly performs area 5S/housekeeping, practices safety and proper pass down to next shift. Supports Engineering activities for process and equipment improvements in terms of Safety, Quality and Productivity including Cost. Hitting equipment MU, MTTA, MTTR and Process Yield goals are the critical success indicators.

Date: June 23, 1995 – November 27, 1995

Position: Jigs and Fixtures Technician (Contractual Employee) Company: Uniden Philippines, Inc. FTI Complex Taguig City Department: Industrial Engineering Department

Job Function:

Jigs and Fixtures Technician is responsible for in-house fabrication, repair and maintenance of all types of device testing jigs and fixtures for beeper, cell phone, two-way radio and scanner devices (Mechanical, Electrical & Electronic wiring Installations) for total production efficiency. Handled CAD PCB Drilling machine, Surface Grinder, Lathe machine and Milling machine for Jigs and Fixtures fabrication. Date: April 26, 1993 – March 31, 1995

Position: Maintenance/Facilities Technician (Contractual Employee) Company: IPI Blossomer Plastic Corporation, Libis Quezon City Department: Engineering Department

Job Function:

Responsible for production equipment Preventive Maintenance (PM) and repair/troubleshooting activities of Blow-Molding / Injection Machines with the goal of hitting equipment target capacity with total quality. Maintenance includes its facilities such as chillers, trimmer motors, air compressors, building wiring and lighting fixtures. Educational Background:

Tertiary:

Course: Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (BSET), Major in Electrical Technological University of the Philippines – Visayas Talisay City, Negros Occidental

Course: Industrial Electrical Technology

3-Year Full Scholarship Program, Industrial Technician Course Meralco Foundation Institute – Pasig City

Secondary:

University of Rizal System – Morong Rizal

Primary:

San Guillermo Elementary School – Morong Rizal

Trainings/Seminars Attended:

Equipment Trainings / Seminars:

Refrigeration and Air-conditioning – April 1992, Meralco Foundation Institute Pneumatic Maintenance and Troubleshooting – February 1997, FESTO Philippines KnS SP2100 Tape Automated Lead Bonder Operations and Maintenance – March 1996, Intel Phils. Schlumberger BLU 100 Operations and Maintenance – September 1998, Intel Phils. 4

Criteria 18 Burn-In Oven Operations and Maintenance – October 1998, Intel Phils. LKT Laser Marking Operations and Maintenance – February 2005, Intel Phils. Evertech FJ1000 Auto Folding Operations and Maintenance – July 2005, Intel Phils. MIT IPS100 Ink Marking Operations and Maintenance – January 2005, Intel Phils. Quality Tools (Training at Intel Technology Phils.): Vista for ATM – January 21, 2005

Technical Structured Problem Solving – December 5, 2003 EATS Training – November 12, 2003

Change Management – October 22, 2003

Disposition Management – October 22, 2003

Statistics 101 – October 13-23, 2003

FMEA Methodology – September 17, 2003

ISO 9001:2000 Overview – February 19, 2002

ISO 9001:2000 Auditor Update – February 19, 2002

Commonality Analysis – February 5, 2002

E-Speed Internal Audit Tool – September 27, 2001

Manufacturing 101 –October 23-27, 2000

ETM/ETS Simulation Training – June 28-29, 2000

Engineering 101- April 10-14- 2000

Technical Report Writing - December 8, 1998

Intro to JMP – October 15, 1998

Design of Experiment – October 6-10, 1997

Process and Equipment Development Guide – July 25, 1997 Yield Engineering Development Guide - July 15, 1997 Intel Assembly/Test Technology – November 8, 1996

Basic Statistics and Graphics – September 2, 1996

7-Step Problem Solving – August 27, 1996

Basic Quality Tools – August 27, 1996

Control Charts – August 20, 1996

Failure Mode and Effect Analysis – August 7, 1996

ISO9000 Orientation – April 24, 1996

Personal Development Trainings (Trainings at Intel Technology Phils.): Code of Conduct – September 22, 2005

Discipline and Discharge – November 20, 2003

Project: Countdown – November 18, 2003

ATM, Autonomous Maintenance – July 21, 2003

ATM, TPM Fundamentals – July 21, 2003

4K Work Shop – July 24, 2002

Focal Made Simple – July 9, 2002

Open Door Initiative – January 13, 2002

Managing Through People – June 25, 2001

Survey of Management Practices – June 20, 2001

Managing at Intel Workshop – May 25, 2001

Self-Performance management– March 22, 2001

Filipino Values– August 9, 2000

7-Habits of Highly Effective People– July 24-26, 2000 Managing Poor Performance – June 21, 2000

Writing Effective Review – February 15, 2000

Delivering Tough Messages - March 03, 1998

Effective Meetings – August 8, 1996

Performance Appraisal – March 28, 1996

Constructive Confrontation– March 26, 1996

Personal Development Trainings (Trainings at Optis Phils. Inc.): Managerial Effectiveness – December 10, 2011

Strategic Planning – February 18, 2012

Total Productive Maintenance – March 5, 2012

Coaching and Counseling – April 28, 2012

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Safety Trainings (Training at Intel Technology Phils.): Drug Abuse in the Workplace – January 18, 2005

Advanced Electrical Safety – January 13, 2005

Manager Safety Training – September 26, 2003

Hazardous Waste Handling & Storage– August 15, 2003 Incident and Injury Free – July 16, 2002

COHE-Periodic Inspection– September 18, 2001

Energized Electrical Work– June 20, 2001

Waste Management– May 31, 2000

Self-Ergonomics– January 14, 2000

Inert Gases/Cryogen Hazard – October 7, 1999

Nitrogen Safety Orientation – April 30, 1999

Control of Hazardous Energies –September 4, 1997

Intermediate Electrical Safety– September 4, 1997

Basic Electrical Safety – September 4, 1997

Hazardous Compound– August 26, 1996

Safety Management by Walking Around – August 1, 1996 Safety Orientation – March 28, 1996

Personal Profile:

Name: Jose A. Nolasco II

Status: Married

Age: 46

Birthday: November 11, 1972

Birthplace: Mercedes, Poro Cebu

Nationality: Filipino

Religion: I.N.C.

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