Terry G. Middendorf
To work in manufacturing with a stable company with the possibility of advancement.
April, 2009-Present: G4S Secure Solutions - Knoxville, TN 865-***-****
Field Training Officer/Custom Protection Armed Officer
Promoted to Field Training Officer August 2009
Responsible for the day to day operations of our security team.
I train the new officers on the use of CCTV, Badge Access, Key Control, Perimeter Security
Developed and presented the weekly safety meetings for customers and security employees.
Schedule and assign the security team their shifts
Audit the time sheets for payroll resulting in 100% error reduction
Oct, 2006-April, 2009: State of Virginia, Red Onion State Prison, Pound, VA 276-***-****
Sr. Correctional Officer
Graduated from security training for correctional officers in Richmond, VA
Promoted to Sr. Correctional Officer in April, 2008.
Mar. 2005-Oct. 2006: Dana Corporation, Bristol, VA
CNC Operator responsible to machine quality parts in accordance with engineering standards.
Promoted to Quality Auditor in May, 2006.
I have used precision measuring devices to include dial calipers, micrometers, radius gages, thread gages, dial indicators, and hole gages.
Oct.-1986-Mar.-2005: Atlas Manufacturing and Machine, Sparta, IL
Sand cast foundry
I have operated jolt squeeze molding machines.
I have operated Hunter 14x19 and 20x24 molding machines.
I have performed first piece inspections off of new tooling.
Promoted to finishing room supervisor in March of 1988.
I have also analyzed ductile and gray iron samples on the spectrometer
Scheduled overtime if needed to meet customer demands.
Promoted to plant manager in February of 1996.
As plant manager, I turned our three percent net loss into a six percent profit over sales by reducing our costs of goods and increasing productivity through team motivation.
As plant manager we reduced in house scrap from seven percent to three percent, improving our on time deliveries to ninety five percent.
We reduced our OSHA Recordable injuries to three per year, and had no lost time accidents helped in part by our aggressive safety program.
Pete Buhls Comfort Systems 423-***-****
Jamie Keller G&S Foundry 618-***-**** ext.103
David Wadsworth Central Presbyterian Church 276-***-****
1972-1976 Sparta Township High School Sparta, IL
Attended American Foundry man’s Society: Union-free management; Gating & Riser design and analyzing and reducing castings defects.
Dunn & Bradstreet Seminars: Team Building Techniques and How to motivate employees.
State of Virginia Academy for Staff Development-Correctional Officer’s Training, Psychology of inmates; firearm training; use of restraints and communication skills.
Custom Protection Officer Training.
Outside Activities include serving as Vice Chairman, Secretary, and Director of St. Louis Chapter of The American Foundrymans Society, Committee Chair Central Presbyterian Church, musician, and drummer