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Quality Control Manager

Location:
Houston, TX
Salary:
$84000
Posted:
August 09, 2012

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Eugene O. Onyike

***** ****** ***, ******, **. **338

Home: 281-***-****, Cel: 832-***-****

Email: yteva6@r.postjobfree.com

yteva6@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE: To plan and develop workplace and operational physical security, design and create proactive security systems, injury deterrent procedures and guidelines to ensure the health, safety, environment, and security of employees and programs throughout the organization.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

Professor of Medical Sciences, Biology 1406, 1407, 1408, Anatomy and Physiology 2401 and 2402, January 2009 - Present

Employer: Lone Star College, 20000 Kingwood Drive, TX. 77339-3801.

Salary: $ 18000, 12 hours/week.

Supervisor: William Mike Clark, 281-***-****), may be contacted.

Duty: Teach several biology classes consisting of 30 students. Under my teaching philosophy I contain the students in class with strong traditional teaching, good communication, and participatory teaching techniques that correlate the study topics to everyday life situations and current world situations. The attrition rates in my classes are impressively low.

Manager for Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE), 07/2007- 08/2008.

Employer: National Oilwell Varco Downhole Tools ((NOV). 16211Air Center Blvd. Houston, TX. 77032. Salary: $45,000. 40 hours/week. Supervisor: Raju Pillai 832-***-****, may be contacted. Section: Department of Health, Safety, and Environment.

Duty: Held overall responsibilities and accountability in the planning and management of occupational health, safety, and environment activities of National Oilwell Varco (NOV)-Downhole Tools operations. Planned proactive prevention strategies to control accidents, injuries, drugs, alcoholism, and weapons in the workplace, including all other health and safety related matters bearing on the wellbness of employees. Ensured and enforced compliance to OSHA and NOV organizations’ safety regulations. Conducted Safety Trainings on Hazard Communication, Forklift Safety, Lockout and Tagout procedures, Safety Signs and Tags, Fall Prevention, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Fire Safety, Flammable Liquid Safety, Electrical Safety, Office Safety, Machine Guarding, and Job Hazard Analyses (JHA). Monitored health and hospitalization of injured workers with mandatory alcohol/drug tests immediately after the injury, filed appropriate reports to Specialty Risk Services (SRS) and Workers’ Compensation, and other NOV Insurance carriers. Investigated, analyzed, and reported recordable accidents, injuries and near misses on OSHA log and to management. Provided training to contractors regarding OSHA and company health and safety regulations before they work. Developed preventive safety procedures and guidelines, and conducted safety inspections and audits, exposure assessments and monitoring, evaluated and addressed all health, safety and environmental phenomena including hazardous, emergengy action plan preparedness (EAPP), toxic and environmental hygiene control. Held weekly safety meetings with safety monitors, managers and supervisors of different departments, which improved facility health and safety conditions, and environmental vigilance at the workplace. I Saved National Oilwell Varco more than 5 million dollars monthly on the purchase and returns of sub-standard goods supplied by vendors including prompt avoidance of wasteful added work-in-process labor in the manufacture of downhole tools with materials that did not meet NOV specifications.

Quality Control Specialist, 03/2006 – 06/2007

Employer: National Oilwell Varco (NOV) Downhole Tools. 16211Air Center Blvd. Houston, TX. 77032. Salary: $45,000. 40 hours/week Supervisor: Raju Pillai 832-***-****, may be contacted. Section: Department of Quality Control and Quality Assurance. Duty: Responsible and accountable for Quality Performance Metrics (QPM), Non-Conformance Reports (NCR), Material Test Reports (MTR), with overall responsibilities for approving or rejecting raw material inventory valued in the millions of dollars purchased by the company. Performed reconciliations of inter-departmental transactions and activities regarding departmental changes in material designs, and purchase orders. Performed chemical and mechanical analysis of raw materials to determine conformance with company specifications to tensile strength, yield strength, hardness, carbon composition, internal and external measurements, and material hardness. Managed the returns of large volumes of inventory materials from Engineering, Receiving and Manufacturing departments back to vendors. Supervised more than 75 machinists and contractors on health, safety, ergonomics, and daily inspections of machines and equipment used for manufacturing downhole-tools. Approved all materials supplied from vendors to National Oilwell without errors, hence, saved NOV about $2,000,000 monthly, and was promoted to the position of Quality Control Specialist.

Accountant: Northwest California Chevron Gas Stations, 4/1984 – 5/1985.

Employer: Chevron USA Inc. 1805Ygnacio Valley Road, Walnut Creek, CA. 94598

Salary: $42,000, 40 hours/week. Supervisor: Hank Withier 925-***-****, may be contacted, although retired. Duty: Accountable for all Northwest of California Chevron Gas stations: including assets, investments, property capitalization, expense accounts, land and property improvement accounts, gas station’s long and short term liability accounts.

Position: Financial Accountant International Financial Desk. 5/26/1985 – 7/28/ 1987

Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

2001 Diamond Blvd. Concord California 94520.

Salary: $48,000, 40 hours/week

Supervisor: Judy Winter 925-***-****, may be contacted, although retired.

Duty: Handled department expense accounts, monitored inter-departmental and Chevron inter-subsidiary expense accounts, and reconciliation of sections 575 and 757 department accounts.

University of Jos, Jos, Plateau State 01/15/1990 – 07/24/2002

Position: Lecturer of Financial Analysis and Accounting.

Salary: N 7000 (Naira), 40 hours/week.

Supervisor: Abatu Ahmed, 073-***-****, may be contacted although retired.

Duty: Taught Introduction to Financial Management, Elements of Financial Analysis, and Financial Investment Analysis.

EDUCATION AND HONORS:

Ph. D. in Public Health.

Specialization: Epidemiologist

Master of Science in Public Health

WALDEN UNIVERSITY – Minnesota, MN

Master of Business Administration in Finance

Bachelor of Science in Accounting

GOLDEN GATE UNIVERSITY – San Francisco, CA

Bachelor of Arts in Biology

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Oxford, PA

Awards and Honors:

1.William S. Quinland Jr. Memorial Prize in Biology- Lincoln University.

2.Samuel Robinson Scholarship Award of $1,500- Lincoln University.

3.Beta Kappa Chi- National Scientific Honor Society and Alpha Chi.

TRAINING:

1. Region IV Education Service Center:

Life Sciences (Grades 8-12) Teaching Certificate of Completion, May 2004.

2.Chevron U.S.A. Inc: Chevron Uniform Chart of Accounts Training Program, February, 1985.

3.UNIVAR: Certificate of Completion in RCRA/DOT Training requirements of 40 CFR:265.16 and 49 CFR: 172.704, April 2008.

4. New Horizon Computer Training Center: Certificate of Completion of Excel 2003 – Level 1, May 2007.

5.Lone Star University Certificate: Online Teaching Certificate, November 2009.

6.Harris County: Certificate of Completion: Preventing Sexual Harassment, November 2008.

7.Harris County Certificate of Completion: Preventing Employment Discrimination.

Professional Achievement as Manager of HSE:

1.Set up Safety Monitor Committee comprising of department supervisors and managers to ensure and facilitate prompt and accurate reports and recording of accidents, injuries and violations of company safe rules and regulations. Updated and changed dysfunctional and obsolete HSE practices, introduced proactive safety innovations and intervention prevention strategies that drastically reduced recordable accidents and injuries.

2.Introduced and enforced mandatory safety training for new employees and contractors before they become engaged in activities inside and outside the manufacturing facility, although I had a problem convincing management to accept these safety approaches.

3.Created smoking outfits to stop employees smoking by the doors where the cigarette fumes entered the facility through constant opening and closing of the doors, causing some employees to complain of eye irritation from smokes and other homeostatic imbalances of second hand smoking.

4.Changed facility structures standing in the way of safety such as recommending the removal of all “Exit” doors that opened in the opposite directions of “Exits” and replaced to open in the “Exit” directions.

5.Recommended the construction of structures that protected the propane tanks from becoming exposed to the sun.

6.Recognized in 2007/2008 National Oilwell Varco leadership conference as the only manager that attained zero “Total Recordable Incident Rate” (TRIR) which depicted the effectiveness and efficiency of my HSE safety programs and procedures.

Position: Quality Control Specialist:

1.Designed and improved Machinists’ operational safety procedures that annulled common operational flaws and mistakes in their daily duties, which ensured quality control of manufactured Downhole Tools (DHT) products.

2.Managed quality performance metrics (QPM) reporting, a key tool in evaluating vendor performance as well as departmental efficiency and productivity.

3.Approved Vendors’ supplies of materials to the company with accuracy for 6 months which saved the company hundreds of millions of dollars prior to my promotion to the position of manager of health, safety, and environment.

4.Receiving department had serious inventory problems such that it took warehouse parts-supplier-employees 35-45 minutes to locate parts needed for Downhole Tools manufacturing. I heard about this problem, studied it and I approached the director of operations and told him that I could solve the problem in two weeks, including the supervision and implementation of recommended inventory changes. In three weeks, the chaotic inventory records were corrected and the new palletized and computerized inventory arrangement made it possible to check for parts in the computer, locate where there are and find them in less than 5 minutes, which saved the facility millions of dollars a month in wasted employees hours searching for parts.

COMPUTER SKILLS:

PC Operating Systems, Microsoft Office, Excel, Power Point.

REFERENCES:

1.William M. Clark, M.D., M.B.A., M.S., Professor and Department Chairman of Biological Sciences, Lone Star College, Kingwood, 281-***-****, may be contacted.

2.Caleb Makukutu, Ph.D, MPH, MBA, Professor of Medical Microbiology, Lone Star College, Kingwood, 281-***-****, may be contacted.

3.Hyginus I. Chukwu Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, Houston Community College System, 713-***-****, may be contacted.



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