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Albert R

Manufacturing Management Professional

Occupation:

Administrative Services Manager

Location:

Detroit, MI

Education Level:

Bachelor

Will Relocate:

YES

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Production and Manufacturing Management: A highly motivated, results-focused Manufacturing Supervisor with over eight years of manufacturing experience primarily within the automotive industry. Possessing strong leadership and successful team building capabilities, excellent process control, communication, presentation, and technical skills. Resourceful problem solver, with proven ability to bring quick resolution to challenging situations, while maintaining the highest level of production.

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COMPANY POSITION HELD DATES WORKED

ME Global (Confidential) 7/2006 - 7/2007
ME Global Inc (Confidential) 7/2006 - 7/2007
Tower Automotive (Confidential) 4/2005 - 7/2006
DaimlerChrysler (Confidential) 1/2000 - 3/2005
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SCHOOL MAJOR YEAR DEGREE

Hillsdale College Marketing 1997 Bachelor Degree
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Highlights:

Employed analytic techniques to assess productivity and identify opportunities to improve systems and processes which promoted production line upgrades, resulting in 9% increased production capacity, achieving a $26million increase in revenue earnings over the previous fiscal year. Resolved problematic maintenance issues by implementing a preventative maintenance program which assisted in improving productivity output by 15% annually. Established machining processes and utilized the latest tooling technologies to reduce lead time and increase throughput efficiency while in cellular manufacturing. Played a key role in implementing augmentations in manufacturing processes, which significantly increased quality concerning manufacturability and production limitations within the axle division. Implemented process controls within cast molding lines which eliminated waste by 8%, decreased scrap by 15%, and increased output by 22%. Launched the production of an 8.25 axle assembly line

Companies I like:

Ford, GM, Toyota, General Electric, Microsoft, Dell, Boeing, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Johnson & Johnson,

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Instituted daily detailed cost based analysis reporting in each individual area such as overtime deviations, WIP (work in process) inventories, material expenditures for tooling, scrap costs, and performance summaries Administered discipline procedures throughout the axle division while complying with UAW contracts and previously negotiated cases Managed materials and production scheduling in conjunction with addressing customer concerns and warranty issues Empowered the workforce by constructing PQI (product quality improvement) teams which detailed their efforts within the continuous improvement process Enforced compliance to strict internal safety procedures and OSHA regulations
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