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Maintenance Injection Molding

Smyrna, Tennessee, 37167, United States
March 21, 2011

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Jackie E. Finley

**** **** ******* **** ******, TN 37167 Phone: 615-***-****

Cell: 615-***-**** Email:

OBJECTIVE: Contribute to the success of a well-organized and highly profitable corporation.


Able to take the initiative, improve processes, and meet time-sensitive deadlines.

Trained and proficient with Allen Bradley programmable logic controllers and software such as RSLogix, RSLinx, RS Networx and Panelbuilder.

Adept in robotics such as ABB, Motoman, Fanac, Panasonic, and Ranger.

Good understanding of electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic controlled machinery. Strong background in shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, and gas tungsten arc welding.

Trained on plastic injection molding machines such as Krauss Mafia, Cincinnati Milacron, and Arberg.

Worked briefly as a tool and die maker so I have a great understanding of milling machines, lathes, surface grinders and various measuring instruments.

Six Sigma Green Belt- Acquired the knowledge and tools for organized problem solving.

Always open to new and exciting challenges.


March 2010-Present PLC Programmer, MIG Wire & Tube LLC, Chattanooga, TN. MIG Wire and Tube is a tier 2 automotive supplier specializing in wire bending, straightening, MIG welding and resistance welding. Duties include programming/troubleshooting of all Allen Bradley PLC (SLC 500 and MicroLogix series using RS Logix 500 and RS Linx), HMI (Using Panelbuilder 32), various VFD’s (Baldor, AB, and Yaskawa) and Motoman, Fanuc and Panasonic Robotics in welding and material handling applications. Programming of Keins automated tubing benders. Biggest responsibility is evaluating rejects/returns/scrap and add needed sensing devices or physical poke yokes to improve PPM. I’m also involved with root cause analysis to improve efficiency.

December 2009-March 2010 Maintenance Manager, Haru Holdings, LLC (A Nissan North America Subsidiary)- Formerly MIG-Visteon Automotive Systems, LLC.

March 2004-November 2009 Maintenance Engineering Supervisor, MIG-Visteon Automotive Systems, Lavergne, TN (Located inside Nissan North America Smyrna) Oversee all maintenance activities across two shifts with an Allen Bradley controlled conveyer and sub-assembly stations communicating on a Devicenet network that monitors torque using Atlas Copco controllers (Tools Talk Software) which performs error proofing to an automotive cockpit module. Make necessary ladder logic changes to accommodate model year changes and additional error proofing. Keep track of all necessary spare parts to ensure production meets customer requirements. Provide breakdown, predictive, and preventative maintenance services for manufacturing equipment. Participate in the development of concepts that lead to machine modifications and capital projects. Provide training to maintenance personnel and operators on new and rebuilt equipment, processes, and preventative maintenance to ensure safe and orderly operation of all equipment. Perform machine repair and maintenance as needed to ensure maximum machine productivity. Participate in corporate safety effort and set an overall example of safe work habits. Assist Engineering in the design and fabrication of electrical and mechanical equipment and other components for new machinery, rebuilt machinery, facilities equipment, and machine/process improvements.

2002-2004 Maintenance Team Leader, Manufacturers Industrial Group, Lexington, TN Managed an 8-10 member maintenance team. Fully integrated welding robots to communicate with Allen Bradley controllers and other devices. Helped to improve the skills of new maintenance apprentices by providing training. Responsible for all machinery within the plant, which included 36 welding robots, 18 lathe welders, numerous resistance welders, staking presses, and torque machines.

2002 Senior Maintenance Technician, Rietter & Schefenacker, Selmer, TN Performed general and advanced maintenance to injection molding machines and assembly processes. Performed the programming and troubleshooting to glue application robots and digital torque screw guns. Provided set up and troubleshooting to hot plate and vibration plastic welders.

2000-2002 General Maintenance, Manufacturers Industrial Group, Lexington, TN Performed all maintenance requirements in a quick and timely manner to reduce downtime and provide quality machine product. Responsible for 10 robotic MIG welders, 8 resistance welders, and various assembly, staking, and torque machines. Knowledge of precise measuring equipment which includes calipers, micrometers, indicators, height gauges, and torque wrenches. Reading and understanding of blueprints and electrical drawings. Troubleshooting PLC controlled machinery.

1993-2000 Weld Technician, Murray, Inc., Jackson, TN Performed the programming and troubleshooting of robotic MIG welders. Setup welding stations to meet production requirements with little or no downtime. Fabrication team leader for four years. Team leader duties included reviewing and planning a daily production schedule and conducting key operating indicator meetings daily.


2009 Six Sigma Green Belt Training

2005 Programming SLC 500 Systems Using RSLogix500 Software, Rockwell Automation 2005 Maintenance and Troubleshooting DeviceNet Networks, Rockwell Automation

2004 Management and Supervision Seminar 2003 Programming Certificate, Panasonic Robotics

2001 Industrial Maintenance, Tennessee Technology Center at Crump, Crump, TN Completing Electrical, Motor Controls and PLC.

1992 High School Diploma, Adamsville High School, Adamsville, TN

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