I am a process-focused, results-oriented supply chain professional with a history of success in managing small and large turnaround facility operations. I am a strategic planner who pursues operational excellence with proven analytical, problem solving, and solution implementiation skills for both small and large companies. I look forward to connecting with members to exchange ideas and strategies to help ourselves as well as others. I can be reached at [email protected] My goal is to identify organizations where I could make significant contributions.
Mar 2007 - Present
VP of Membership
APICS Orange County Chapter
Apr 2007 - Oct 2009
PRODUCTION PLANNER II / BUYER
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Acuña, Mexico production planner responsible for 55% of the facilities monthly revenue. Production lead for Boeing's 787 project maintaining 98% of on time delivery. Nemes Vamos, Hungary project lead to eliminate and transfer all materials and machines to Acuña, Mexico that will increase production by 19%. Create work orders to optimize manufacturing efficiency and meet customer demand. Provide planning solutions for material shortage, tooling, equipment downtime, blueprint issues or other constraints. Create and maintain metrics on manufacturing and planning performance.
Aug 2005 - Aug 2006
Developed quarterly forecasts for customer demand that helped control inventory and capacity. Established standard and emergency operating procedures for receiving, handling, storing, shipping and salvaging complex aftermarket automotive performance kits for a new business. Managed all warehouse activities, including production, sales, records control and purchasing for a 1500-part basic kit. Planned and implemented warehouse safety procedures for a variety of flammables and controlled chemicals. Directed global sales activities through multiple genres, resulting in a 30% profit increase within three months.
Jan 1995 - Jan 2005
United Parcel Service
Supervised 18 employees in the national distribution of goods, from receiving to shipping. Conferred with department heads to coordinate activities in a 100,000 square foot warehouse, serving as the key link between management and drivers. Evaluated and re-designed loading schedules, reducing initial start up time by 20%. Conducted daily safety meetings, decreasing warehouse accidents by 12%. Designed and implemented new operating strategies for unloading packages, increasing volume by 25%.
Oct 1989 - Jul 1995
UT2, Crew Leader Construction Engineering
United States Navy-Seabee
Performed a full range of facilities construction and maintenance, serving around the world. Conducted efficiency and productivity studies to reduce costs on construction projects. Administered utility aide after the Mt. Pinatubo disaster in the Philippines on June 15, 1991. Administered utility aide after a devastating 8.2 earthquake jolted Guam on August 8, 1993.