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Justin Golda


Certified Associate in Project Management;  PMI

Quality Auditor; ASQ

Six Sigma Green Belt; Florida Atlantic University

Six Sigma Black Belt; Florida Atlantic University (Nov 2016)

Private Pilot; FAA 



Bachelor of Science

University of Oklahoma

Work History


Senior Process Analyst; Manager, Document Control

ACR Electronics
  • Responsible for overseeing various aspects of new product development as they relate to material and labor costs; negotiating with suppliers, sourcing, work instructions, designing for manufacturing.  Calculated projected product costs, as they relate to variable and fixed burdens, for hypothetical material buys.  Was tasked with reporting the cost of goods (COGs) to senior management on a weekly basis for all products in development.

  • Implemented a Product Data Management (PDM) system to manage and improve the lifecycle of new product development.

  • Acted as the project manager for several projects across all value streams.

  • Served as a lead auditor for many internal quality audits; audits of the executive team, quality group, material control/purchasing, finance, manufacturing, and FAA repair station.

  • Was the sole director of the document control process.  Self-initiated the complete rework of every work instruction and policy for the new product development group; capturing the various lean processes I had implemented.

  • Coordinated cross-functional teams with outside vendors using Citrix, Go-To-Meeting.

  • Researched and developed process improvement solutions based on customer feedback.


Technical Writer; Process Analyst

Gables Engineering
  • Developed a document control system for a leading manufacturer of commercial aviation radio and navigation equipment.

  • Designed and implemented first revision work instructions and SOPs

  • Established the basis for all current, and future documentation practices.


Manager, Document Control; Quality Specialist

Micro Typing Systems (Johnson & Johnson)
  • Sole site manager of the of document control system (OTIS); create new documents and direct the approval of revisions. SOP development and implementation, maintenance of supplier assurance files, maintain employee training records, maintenance of calibration records, maintain Corrective Action records.

  • Perform routine inspections including, but not limited to, raw material control, components inspection, completed product evaluation, analytical assays, validation analysis, non­ destructive testing, and special projects as assigned.

  • Contribute to improvements in the lab through participation in continuous improvement processes .
  • Identified as a subject matter expert (SME) for internal and external audits.

Product Surveillance Quality Associate

  • Identify and manage continuous improvement projects with the objective of achieving quality and efficiency improvements.

  • Identify and assist in development, revision, and review of standard operating procedures.

  • Assist in the investigation and closure of exception reports and corrective actions.

  • Responsible for evaluating product complaints to determine the need to investigate and to coordinate sample retrieval; documenting the results of those investigations and evaluation results for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

  • Assist in internal and external assessment programs, as required, and closure of audit items Required to process low-risk complaints by collecting necessary complaint information to determine reportability, and submit associated MedWatch reports within 30 days.

  • Perform trend reporting and escalate results to appropriate business units for consideration of necessary actions.


Strong Work Ethic
Critical Thinking
Analytical Problem Solving
Self Motivated