James R. Trumper

  • Forest Grove,  Oregon

Production/Manufacturing/Shipping & Receiving Supervisor

Work History

Work History

Jun 1981 - Present

Production Supervisor

Phillips Scientific
Mahwah, New Jersey United States Production Supervisor:-May 198 Perform quality checks on products and parts. Package finished products and prepare them for shipment. Review work orders and blueprints to ensure work is performed according to specifications. Complete production reports to communicate team production level to management. Determine work assignments and procedures. Maintain production equipment and machinery. Supervise assemblers and train employees on job procedures. Operate machinery and heavy equipment, such as forklifts. Prototype R&D in Nuclear Instrumentation Modules. Generate schematics and blueprints for full product line, updating and redesigns as needed.
Feb 2004 - Sep 2009

Plant Supervisor

Recovery Options Inc. of Oregon
Hillsboro, Oregon United States Plant Supervisor: Supervise the activities of workers engaged in receiving, storing, testing, and shipping products or materials. Interview, select, and train warehouse and supervisory personnel. Issue shipping instructions and provide routing information to ensure that delivery times and locations are coordinated. Confer with department heads to coordinate warehouse activities, such as production, sales, records control, or purchasing. Review invoices, work orders, consumption reports, or demand forecasts to estimate peak delivery periods and to issue work assignments. Inspect physical conditions of warehouses, vehicle fleets, or equipment and order testing, maintenance, repairs, or replacements. Schedule or monitor air or surface pickup, delivery, or distribution of products or materials. Respond to customers' or shippers' questions and complaints regarding storage and distribution services. Develop and document standard and emergency operating procedures for receiving, handling, storing, shipping, or salvaging products or materials. Negotiate with carriers, warehouse operators, or insurance company representatives for services and preferential rates. Arrange for necessary shipping documentation and contact customs officials to effect release of shipments. Evaluate freight or inventory costs associated with transit times to ensure that costs are appropriate. Examine invoices and shipping manifests for conformity to tariff and customs regulations. Examine products or materials to estimate quantities or weight and type of container required for storage or transport. Hire, train, evaluate, or discharge staff or resolve personnel grievances. Set and monitor product standards, examining samples of raw products or directing testing during processing, to ensure finished products are of prescribed quality. Prepare and maintain production reports or personnel records
Mar 1995 - Oct 2003

Shipping and Receiving Manager

Classic Country Rabbit Co
Hillsboro, Oregon United States Production/ Shipping and Receiving Manager: Oversee activities directly related to making products or providing services. Direct and coordinate activities of businesses or departments concerned with the production, pricing, sales, or distribution of products. Review financial statements, sales and activity reports, and other performance data to measure productivity and goal achievement and to determine areas needing cost reduction and program improvement. Manage staff, preparing work schedules and assigning specific duties. Direct and coordinate organization\' s financial and budget activities to fund operations, maximize investments, and increase efficiency. Establish and implement departmental policies, goals, objectives, and procedures, conferring with board members, organization officials, and staff members as necessary. Determine staffing requirements, and interview, hire and train new employees, or oversee those personnel processes. Manage the movement of goods into and out of production facilities. Implement or oversee environmental management or sustainability programs addressing issues such as recycling, conservation, or waste management. USDA Liaison, responsible for implementation and development of USDA regulations. Training new staff in accordance with USDA specifications.
Jan 1991 - Oct 1994

Matsushita Mfg.

Matsushita Mfg.
Forest Grove, Oregon United States Quality Control and Machine Operator: Quality control and UV varnish dryer operator. One of only 3 machines in use, within the United States. Manufacturing of Pre-preg laminate boards for the manufacturing of PC's and Integrated circuitry. Hazmat certification. Examine and measure completed materials or products to verify conformance to specifications, using measuring devices such as tape measures, gauges, or calipers. Adjust machine components according to specifications such as widths, lengths, and thickness of materials and amounts of glue, cement, or adhesive required. Monitor machine operations to detect malfunctions; report or resolve problems. Read work orders and communicate with coworkers in order to determine machine and equipment settings and adjustments, and supply and product specifications. Mount or load material such as paper, plastic, wood, or rubber in feeding mechanisms of cementing or gluing machines. Maintain production records such as quantities, dimensions, and thicknesses of materials processed. Start machines, and turn valves or move controls to feed, admit, apply, or transfer materials and adhesives, and to adjust temperature, pressure, and time settings. Perform test production runs and make adjustments as necessary to ensure that completed products meet standards and specifications. Align and position materials being joined in order to ensure accurate application of adhesive or heat sealing. Observe gauges, meters, and control panels to obtain information about equipment temperatures and pressures, or the speed of feeders or conveyors. Clean and maintain gluing and cementing machines, using solutions, lubricants, brushes, and scrapers.
Nov 1988 - Dec 1990

Lead Assembler

Fujitsu of North America
Hillsboro, Oregon United States Lead assembler: Setting assembly pace to ensure on-schedule completion and shipment deadlines. Training of new employees, for clean-room etiquette and procedures. Inspect, test, and adjust completed units to ensure that units meet specifications, tolerances, and customer order requirements. Assemble parts or units, and position, align, and fasten units to assemblies, subassemblies, or frames, using hand tools and power tools. Position, align, and adjust parts for proper fit and assembly. Connect cables, tubes, and wiring, according to specifications. Attach name plates and mark identifying information on parts. Read blueprints and specifications to determine component parts and assembly sequences of electromechanical units. Disassemble units to replace parts or to crate them for shipping. Measure parts to determine tolerances, using precision measuring instruments such as micrometers, calipers, and verniers. Drill, tap, ream, countersink, and spot-face bolt holes in parts, using drill presses and portable power drills. Class 10-1000 clean room environment technician.




Portland Community College

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