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Manufacturing Supervisor

Location:
Salem, OH
Salary:
75,000
Posted:
January 12, 2022

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DOUGLAS R. REEDER

***** ******* ****, *.*. Box 374

Hanoverton, Ohio 44423

330-***-**** (mobile)

adpwjp@r.postjobfree.com

TRUCUT INCORPORATED July 2021 to August 2021

SALEM, OHIO

Production Supervisor

Responsible for overall supervision of the corporation’s Salem operations, including meeting production schedules, product quality requirements, and inspection requirements; application of established manufacturing processes and methods; active role in inventory control; and personnel allocation. Duties included working with the employees on the shop floor to ensure that all production requirements were met and completed within a timely manner while maintaining all OSHA, safety, and customer requirements. Worked with production scheduling to properly utilize hourly employees based on demand and materials, and ensured all jobs and projects were completed on time and on budget. In addition to scheduling all employee work, responsibilities also included scheduling employee vacations and training, as well as conducting employee evaluations.

VENTRA SALEM, LLC (A FLEX N GATE COMPANY) February 2021 to July 2021 SALEM, OHIO

Manufacturing Supervisor

Responsible for supervision of Base Clear Department, including assigning manpower in accordance with the production schedule to load and unload raw automotive parts on the paint line; the inspection, packaging, and shipping of final products; and ongoing departmental improvements. Managed 45 people. Duties also included scheduling all employee work, overtime, vacations, and training, as well as conducting employee evaluations.

PCC AIRFOILS March 2004 thru April 2020

MINERVA, OHIO

Prototype Foundry Supervisor

Responsible for the overall supervision of the Protype Foundry, including Wax Room, Dip Line, Foundry, CMM Inspection, X-ray Inspection, FPI Inspection, and Finishing Production. Coordinated outside vendor schedules and product deliveries. Responsibilities also included overall facility maintenance, ordering of equipment, parts, and supplies. Scheduled all employee work, overtime, vacations, and training; also conducted all employee evaluations.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

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Central Manufacturing Supervisor

Responsible for product flow. Scheduled all employee work, overtime, and vacations. Shipping/Receiving Supervisor

Responsible for Shipping/Receiving, Film Storage, Supply Stores, Tooling Coordinator, Wax Room, and supervisor for Finishing at the Minerva & Crooksville Plants. Included scheduling all employee work, overtime, and vacations; also conducted employee evaluations.

Finishing Supervisor

Responsible for production output, part flow, scheduling of fluorescent penetrant inspections and x-ray inspections, and overall supervision of Finishing Department personnel, including scheduling work, overtime, and training as required. MAHONING COUNTY CAREER & TECH CENTER September 2003 thru March 2004 CANFIELD, OHIO

Substitute Teacher

DAGGY CONSTRUCTION September 2003 thru December 2003 WAYNE WALTON CONSTRUCTION

HANOVERTON, OHIO

General Carpentry

Installation of siding, windows, doors, and roofing, as well as finishing carpentry, hanging/finishing drywall, and installation of cabinets, shelving, and light fixtures. Also constructed garages and home additions.

QBS, INC. September 2003

ALLIANCE, OHIO

General Laborer & Equipment Operator

Operated trac-hoe, compactor, and backhoe; drove truck; and performed all aspects of general contracting work. Responsible for setup and reading transit for proper fall or grade.

PCC AIRFOILS, LLC May 2001 thru September 2002

MINERVA, OHIO

Finishing Supervisor

Responsible for production output, part flow, scheduling of fluorescent penetrant inspections and x-ray inspections, and overall supervision of Finishing Department personnel (80 people), including scheduling work, overtime, and training as required. 3

Production Control

Worked with both management and customers. Oversaw production and personnel to ensure customer commitments were met.

COLFOR MANUFACTURING, INC. May 2000 thru January 2001 MINERVA, OHIO

Process Engineer

Responsible for the processing of automotive axils, gears, wheel hubs, transmission components, and drive tran forgings (machining, programming, tooling, packaging, and shipping). This was conducted for New Venture Gear (NVG), General Motors (GM), Dodge, and Chrysler Motors.

QUAKER MANUFACTURING CORP March 1999 thru January 2000 SALEM, OHIO

Tool & Die Maker

Specializing in progressive dies for Ford Motor Company and Bud Company. Also conducted die repair.

SOLARTEC, INC. January 1986 thru November 1998

SALEM, OHIO

Quality Assurance Manager/Coordinator; March 1995 thru November 1998 Responsibilities:

Conducted, scheduled, and oversaw all internal and external quality auditing functions. Evaluated and examined all work performed to ensure products met established standards.

Oversaw and maintained quality lab equipment, including required calibrations, documentation, and maintenance.

Monitored results of delegated work and evaluated results. Final approval of all products prior to shipment.

Scheduling all Quality Control Department functions. Approval of all vacations involving Quality Control Department technicians. Set up, scheduled, and participated in all product buyoffs with customers. Set up, scheduled, and conducted all Management Review meetings (annually).

(October 1996 thru May 1997)

Documentation and implementation of ISO-9001 (1994) for Sekely Industries (parent company of Solartec, Inc.).

Responsible for scheduling initial certification audit with registrar. Implementation of quality manual, operating procedures, and work instructions. Training of employees on requirements of ISO-9001 (1994) Conducted all initial quality audits.

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(January 1998 thru July 1998)

Documentation and implementation of QS-9000 (Third Edition) and Tooling and Equipment Supplement (Second Edition).

Training of employees on requirements of QS-9000 (Third Edition) and Tooling and Equipment Supplement (Second Edition).

Conducted, scheduled, and oversaw all internal and external auditing functions. Tryout Coordinator (Automotive Stamping Dies); November 1994 thru March 1995 Responsible for coordinating all die tryout functions, die buyoff, and part/panel buyoff. Also included scheduling and coordination between internal departments, as well as any subcontracted services required. Assisted in performing employee evaluations of both Die Tryout and Quality Control Technicians.

Shop Coordinator/Job Leader (Automotive Stamping Dies); January 1993 thru November 1994

Responsible for coordinating die construction, machining, tryout, inspection, and buyoff. Also included the scheduling and coordination between internal and external parties as required.

Shop Coordinator/Job Leader (Automotive Checking Fixtures); November 1987 thru September 1989; May 1990 thru December 1992

Responsible for coordinating fixture construction, machining, inspection, and buyoff. Also included the scheduling and coordination between internal departments. Assisted in performing employee evaluations.

General Laborer (Automotive Checking Fixtures); January 1986 thru October 1987 PRECISION MACHINE PRODUCTS January 1983 thru September 1985 WINONA, OHIO

Apprentice Machinist and Aerospace Jig & Fixture Builder; January 1983 thru September 1985

Responsible for machining and assembly fit and function of checking fixtures for the aerospace field.

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1999 Certified Journeyman: Tool & Die Maker

1997 Geometrical Dimensioning & Tolerancing Training (“GD&T”) 1995 QS-9000 Internal Auditors Training

QS-9000 Implementation Training

1994 Training, guidance, and assistance from George Rapasky of Quality Solutions, Certified Lead Auditor in both ISO-9001 and QS-9000, for six months during the implementation of ISO-9001 (1994)

1987 Certified Journeyman: Plastic, Metal & Wood Model Maker Available upon request.

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