William D. George, Jr.
P. O. Box ***
Midland, Texas 79702
Cell Phone (615) 957-l697
February 2010 to Present
Frac Tank Supply Co.; Odessa, Texas
CNC Machine Operator: Operate CNC Machines to produce high quality oilfield related parts. Produce frac tank products. Inspect and put up incoming shipments of parts. Gather orders out of inventory and package and ship. Maintain housekeeping and safety in area.
July 2008 to March 2009
Steward Cable dba Amphenol Industries; Midland, Texas
Manager Plant 5: Managed 22 injection molding machines, assembly/quality/trimming/ maintenance departments, had approximately 71 employees. Responsible for all human resource activities for plant. Responsible for scheduling, performance evaluations; project management from inception to final product. Accountable for Safety, Quality and Production; procurement of materials for daily operations. Analyzed efficiency of daily operations; budget requirements for related departments, cost reduction. Oversaw hazardous chemicals for all plants. Maintained communication with all levels of employees.
October 2007 to July 2008
Novapak Plastics Division; Paris Illinois
Injection Molding Department Manager: Responsible for producing quality preforms for the bottle blowing industry. Responsible for Safety, Quality, personell and Production on a 24/7 day operation. Duties also included personnel issues, employee training and problem solving.
May 1999 to August 2007
Colson Plastics Group; Monette, Arkansas and Gallatin, Tennessee
Shift Supervisor: Responsible for shift operations, about 50 employees per shift. Custom injection molder manufacturing tool boxes and also manufacturing casters and wheels for world market. Accountable for quality, safety, processing machines for production and personnel. Also performed HR functions. Problem solving to maintain schedule and policies.
July 1995 to November 1998
REHAU Inc.; Cullman, Alabama
Plant Superintendent: OEM automotive supplier of exterior trim for Mercedes and
General Motors. Duties include the following - leadership of employees (350), overseeing production requirements of three departments (Injection Molding, Painting and Assembly). Responsible for quality and on-time shipments. Duties also included personnel issues, safety, scheduling, problem solving, purchasing and employee training.
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October 1994 to July 1995
Nacom Corporation; Griffin, Georgia
Injection Molding Section Manager: Japanese owned Injection Molding Company
Manufacturing automotive electronic components. Responsible for all shifts performance, personnel and machinery. Duties also included instituting and implementing procedures to meet all customer and company requirements for quality products. Trained all employees in safety, quality, technical processing responsibilities, and techniques associated with T.P.M. and 6-S continuous improvement.
July 1992 to October 1994
Textron Inc., Evart Products Div.; Evart, Michigan
Shift Supervisor: Organized and directed injection molding and assembly department.
OEM supplier of interior and exterior trim and lighting for Chrysler Corporation.
Responsible for shift performance, personnel, safety and machinery. Area had 91 molding
machines. Assisted in customer problems using corrective actions programs.
November 1990 to July 1992
Hi-Lex Controls Inc.; Litchfield, Michigan
Technical Operations Supervisor: Japanese owned. I organized and directed Injection
Molding department, producing automotive components. Directly responsible for
personnel, performance and machinery and problem solving. Worked with and trained all associates in department by emphasizing a strong positive attitude in all that we did. Responsibilities included instituting regrind procedures, training programs, overseeing mold repairs, new project follow-up, timing of engineering changes on molds and processing of all molds. I also purchased, scheduled and cost estimated for the department. I performed the basic maintenance on the robots, auxiliary equipment and molding machines.
April 1987 to November 1990
Technology Molded Plastics; Decatur, Alabama
Plant Superintendent: Organized and directed Injection Molding facility to produce
maximum close tolerance automotive parts with minimum downtime, to generate
maximum profit. Directly responsible for all personnel in production, maintenance and
assembly. Handled all purchasing, payroll time keeping, secondary operations, hiring and discipline of all personnel, plus scheduling of production, maintenance, processing and evaluating the molds for repair. Insured that all quality and safety standards were met.
November 1985 to February 1987
Texas Instruments Inc.; Midland, Texas
Facilities Equipment Operator: Responsible for the plant equipment on night shift.
Monitored to insure proper operation. Machinery associated with: chillers, boilers,
cooling towers, air compressors, air dryers, reverse osmosis units and generators.
Performed preventative maintenance on the air handlers throughout the plant, also
performed water sample analysis daily on selected equipment.
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January 1981 to November 1985
Moulding Specialists Inc., Houston, Texas
Injection Molding Supervisor: Worked as a Mold Setter, Assistant Supervisor and four
years as a Supervisor. Responsible for operators and mold setters on shift. Handled all
processing, quality, safety and production on 2nd shift. Channeled all paperwork and production statistics through the Plant Manager. Took care of preventative maintenance on molding machines, chillers and tower equipment.
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