Cincinnati, Ohio 45140
Phone: 513-***-**** E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
RESULTS DRIVEN PROCESS ENGINEER
Highly skilled Process/Manufacturing Engineer with a record of successfully driving breakthrough Process Improvements and bottom-line gains for manufacturing companies. Experienced in researching, designing, and writing engineering processes; troubleshooting, testing, and monitoring solutions; and analyzing product failures to create short-term workarounds and permanent long-term fixes. A striking balance of business experience supported with extensive Engineering and People Management skills.
Process Optimization and Improvement
Process Output Stabilization
Critical Failure Resolution
Statistical Analysis Suite for Excel
Investment planning, and managing Engineering components
Process Quality Assurance
Instilling accountability, motivating, setting and meeting Key Process Variable goals, delivering
Monitoring Safety Procedures
Delivering value through Continuous Improvement;
Designing and implementing Enterprise-wide Engineering solutions.
Analyzing/Forecasting Engineering needs, Kaizen, 5S, Six Sigma and TPS (Toyota Production Systems).
Harris Product Groups, (Lincoln Electric Company)
Mason, Ohio 2014-Now
Process Engineer II
Responsible for metal continuous vertical casting process
Develop engineering solutions for repetitive equipment failure
Develop/Improve methods, tooling, and techniques to reduce set-up time and change-over time
Engineer in-house and supplier tooling/machine design changes, improvements and repairs
Understand and resolve customer concerns and quality issues
Examines equipment, processes, operations, and assembly to determine time or quality revisions and suggests improvements
Interfaces APQP/FMEA and other guidance
Analyzes and determines production methods to produce products and develops processes to ensure quality, cost, and efficiency requirements are met
Troubleshoots problems with production and takes corrective action.
Exhibits independent decision-making and action.
Assist with department training requirements and provide training if requested
Luxottica Optical Factory
Production Supervisor 2010-2014
Was responsible for a high volume, high quality prescription eyewear manufacturing operation.
Provided leadership to designated shift to meet, and exceed, the manufacturing goals and objectives established for the facility, created a work environment that allows manufacturing associates to contribute to the company goals and objectives, the personal and professional growth they desire, and the opportunity to be involved in company business.
Lead the activities of the team members in the production of quality prescription eyewear in accordance with work instructions and company policy to ensure a quality product delivered on time.
Managed the scheduling of production: set work schedules, provide training and coaching, conduct performance evaluations, and set departmental goals and expectations.
Lead in the identification of quality, process, workflow, and personnel problems and works to resolve these quickly according to company policy, practice, and guidelines.
Utilize problem solving techniques, teamwork building strategies, process control, and continuous process improvement tools to meet or exceed the facility key operating statistics.
Conduct, lead, or implement the appropriate process audits; the audits will identify the need for the appropriate containment, corrective, and preventive actions, leading to minimizing or eliminating process deviations and non-conforming product root causes.
Interview, hire, and plan appropriate training for new team members. Be instrumental in encouraging team members to elevate their level of technical expertise.
Evaluate performance expectation plans (30/60/90 days, mid-year, and year-end) with team leaders and team members to meet individual goals and facility objectives.
Supervised team members’ performance and discipline issues in a timely manner. Communicate expectations and behavior changes required in these cases. Follows up with teach team member on his or her progress against these expectations.
Maintain adherence to company policies, safety standards, and good housekeeping practices.
3M Precision Optics 2007-2010
Planned and conducted projects leading to improved understanding and control of properties critical for thin polarizer film lamination.
Selected required equipment and developing equipment specifications. Working with suppliers to develop and qualify equipment. Coordinate installation, startup and process, qualifications of equipment. Creating specific tests, gathering data, and performing statistical analysis as needed.
Participated in cooperative arrangements with engineers and scientists in customer organizations to focus on solving critical problems.
Design optical lay out and build optical visual control system for product quality check.
Design lay out and supervision construction of production clean room.
Created new and updated old work instructions.
Prepared documentation for ISO certification. Create the bills of material.
Lap & Polishing Department manager
Oversaw lapping & polishing process of glass substrates and silicon wafers.
Provided solutions for improvement of existing processes by using new materials for lapping and polishing application.
Reduced time of cleaning procedure by used new detergents; supervised operators and scheduled machine time to meet customer requirements.
Improved productions yield and reduced scrap. Introduced tests with new polishing materials to reduce lapping & polishing cycle time.
Process evaluation and improvement.
Trained operators, tracked process reliability and reported project results to the operations manager.
Managed daily routine to maintain manufacturing process and conducted process control analysis to ensure smooth operation and maximal productivity.
Develop the most cost effect processes for component manufacturing.
Establishing and maintaining manufacturing process routings and product databases.
CORNING PRECISION LENSES 2001-2003
Process (Assembly) Engineer
Managed engineering, quality assurance and troubleshooting for assembly processes of big screen TV lenses.
Developed and implemented new processes into Assembly and reviewed the process and equipment after implementation.
Designed and conducted experiments to evaluate new products and new duplicate component tooling.
Provided technical guidance on various problems affecting product quality and manufacturing processes.
Assisted in identifying lens specific criteria and resolving image performance issues.
Optical Glass Company 1984 – 2000
Moscow region, Russia
Developed equipment for high-speed glass blanks manufacturing.
Supervised a team of 17 employees in high-volume process of glass parts molding processes.
Worked as Assembly engineer in the area of optical devices manufacturing.
Designed new products in the field of visual and infrared devices and special camera filters.
Developed technological process of high-resolution fiber optic cables manufacturing.
MSME – Manufacturing Engineering
(Studies included glass manufacturing, optical science and materials, manufacturing processes,
electronic components, mechanical equipment design and management skills.)
Moscow Technical University, Moscow, Russia 1984.
Coaching, Mentoring & Team-Building Skills. (UC Certificate)
Strengthening You People Skills in the Workplace (Certificate)
Supervisory Management (UC Certificate)
Six Sigma Black Belt (ISoSS Certificate)
Solid Works, Mat Lab, SAP, Microsoft office