Manufacturing Experience -
I am a highly skilled manufacturing professional with more than
twelve years of experience: improving quality, profitability and processes
within the manufacturing industry. Demonstrated ability to help design for
manufacturability and implement quality standards. Strong understanding of
all areas within manufacturing such as; writing engineering change orders
(E.C.O), process change orders (P.C.O), corrective action reports (C.A.R),
manufacturing deviations, and the importance of ISO.
Expert in gathering, analyzing and defining business and
manufacturing requirements; creating metrics, trend charts and other
decision-making tools; leading production employees through process-mapping
initiatives; and designing/re-engineering processes, workflows and
technology solutions for logistic systems and custom applications. Proven
ability to lead seamless implementations and deliver next-generation
technical solutions while improving revenues, margins and workplace
|Manufacturing Method Sheets |Database Design & Management-Access |
|Strategic Technology Training |Major Product Implementations |
|Production Quality/Lean |New Product Introduction-Training |
|Improvements |Project/Time Management |
|Customer Service |Technical Writing (Manuals/System Specs) |
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|Hardware and Software | |
|Troubleshooting | |
|sick inc.- Minneapolis, mn |2005 to 2012 |
|Manufacturing Engineering Technician IV (LEAD) |2010 to 2012 |
|Manufacturing Engineering Technician I, II, III |2005 to 2010 |
Writing engineering change orders (E.C.O), process change orders (P.C.O),
corrective action reports (C.A.R), answering preventive action reports
(P.A.R.) and manufacturing deviations. Along with writing and answering I
was also in charge of implementing the changes in a timely manner.
Supporting the daily manufacturing and each production line to insure
proper working order of all equipment. Fixing and troubleshooting any
problem that occurs on the production floor, as well informing the
production line of results (the why) and if needed the production
supervisor if equipment will be down.
Developed streamlined procedures that decreased labor time and eliminated
"Fire Fighting" with project managers problems daily, on the many issue's
they may have on an installation of any barcode logistics system. Obtaining
products to resolve the problem, and working with inside sales to have it
Training production employees on new product introductions, in-line quality
inspection, new software, new equipment/proper use, electrostatic
discharge, and the principles of lean production. Training other
technicians on equipment use/software and proper troubleshooting
Documented workflows and executed comprehensive training plan for the
production staff which helped seamlessly transition U.L. production panel
building, from Germany to the United States.
Automated previously manual, time-consuming processes to drive proper
serial number data tracking/accuracy, for all barcode logistic systems
within a Microsoft Access platform utilizing SharePoint forms.
|information resource. Pittsfield, MA |2003 to 2005 |
On call 24 hours a day 365 days a year, for any problem our commercial cut-
in operators might have. This includes remotely trying to resolve the
problem. Response time was imperative as downtime could black out
television stations CNN, NBC etc... and potential have the companies
service removed from cable station.
Troubleshooting all aspects of a commercial television production studio;
Setting up/fixing modulators-pulsars and reconfiguring them. Maintaining
channel line ups, updating Port Map, swapping ports on the system
controllers, and maintaining/backing up a Sea Change Video Server.
Training new employees on proper commercial insertion technique, proper use
of video cut-in consoles, data entry-computer use. Giving feedback to
studio employees on what caused a problem, along with the information
needed to avoid it in the future.
|fiber sense Canton, MA |2001 to 2003 |
Fiber Optics Electro Mechanical Technician II
Verifying respective characteristics for product performance; performing in
process testing as needed to support the build process and provide data for
subsequent operations. Supporting product improvement efforts, providing
assistance to manufacturing and engineering in evaluation and resolution of
Built fiber optical gyros for military applications, some functions of
assembly were: Splicing 125-80 micron fiber, winding 2500 meter fiber optic
coils optical alignment, pig tailing, and splicing.
Training new employees on building fiber optical gyros, and the importance
of quality during assembly.
|intel bedford, ma |2000 to 2001 |
Assembly/Test Technician I
Testing computers, assembling computers. Trouble shooting test
Working with engineering to help develop new designs. Training new
employees on all test equipment. Working in an ISO 9001 environment.
|washington inventory Lowell, MA |1999 to 2000 |
Supervising a five member team while counting clients inventory. Counting
store supplies, auditing other employees counts, training new employees,
and driving the company van to client sites.
|ups Lowell, MA |1999 to 2000 |
Inventory Specialist - (seasonal work)
Loading trucks by zip codes, offloading the conveyer and sorting packages,
driving forklifts, and delivering packages to homes and businesses.
Education & Technology Summary
|Certification|Certificate, Six Sigma: Total Quality Management- Quality & |
|s: |Productivity Solutions Inc. 2004 |
| |Certificate, Six Sigma: Process Management- Quality & |
| |Productivity Solutions Inc. 2003 |
| |Certificate, Soldering: IPC-A610, J-STD-001, |
| |IPC-7711-E.P.T.A.C, Corporation 2002 |
|Applications:|Familiar with ISO Standards, Lean, and Six Sigma (Five S) |
| |CorelDesigner-100%,DeepExploration-100%,SolidWorks-50%, |
| |LabelView, Codesoft, |
| |TCP/IP,-All Microsoft Windows Platforms, Word, PowerPoint, |
| |Access, excel, Infopath and all operating systems. Familiar |
| |with all email applications, Lotus Notes, Outlook, Yahoo |
| |etc... |
|Education: |Rasmussen College: Business Management Bachelor's degree - |
| |Information Technology Specialization (maintained 3.9 GPA)|
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| |Lowell High School: Diploma |
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