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May 1977Mar 2009

Production Control Scheduler/Supply Manager

PCC Airfoils, llc

October 2007 to March 2009 - Production Control Scheduler/Supply Manager

  • Accountable for production flow and materials for ceraminc dip, foundry service and foundry cast
  • Schedule production flow for 3 shifts for ceramic dip department, foundry service and foundry cast departments
  • Responsible for maintaining correct product flow to ensure on time ship commits
  • In charge of all special lots within department
  • Directed supervisors and leads on the production flow of each area
  • Daily production control meetings
  • Responsible for writing purchase orders and requisitions
  • Communicated with vendors and suppliers
  • Produced daily theory of constraint report (TOC)
  • Order materials for ceramic dip, foundry and cut off departments
  • Control supply cost and usage of material
  • Member of Safety Committee
  • On call 24/7

1984- 2007 - Foreman/Scheduler/Supervisor

  • Supervised ceramic dip, foundry service, foundry cast operators
  • Responsible for performance reviews for employees within the ceramic dip, foundry service and foundry cast departments
  • Quality assurance of products
  • Accountable for attendence and disciplinary records
  • Continuous improvement
  • Lower cost of quality
  • Implemented new ideas to improve scrap
  • Corresponded with outside vendors for contsant turn around of reclaimed product
  • Accountable for maintaining a safe work enviroment
  • Held weekly department meetings
  • On call 24/7

1981 - 1984 - Vacuum Technician/Foundry

  • Maintain furnace quality
  • Pouring quality castings
  • Responsible for maintenance of furnace

1977 - 1981 - Foundry Service

  • Ran Dewaxer
  • Fired ceramic shell molds
  • Leveled and waterwashed ceramic molds
  • Clean and capped ceramic molds
  • Wrap ceramic molds
  • Invest ceramic molds
  • Poured open air furnace 


PCC Airfoils, llc

Team Building

Dale Carnegie

Time Management

Dealing with Problem Employees

Personnel Training

Safety Committee

Sep 1973May 1976


Cleveland South High


  • Integrity
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Lower Cost of Quality
  • Safe Work Environment


Leader, supply chain expert and manufacturing specialist with extensive experience and a proven ability to manage large-scale supply chains and manufacturing operations involving numerous vendors.  Use proven methodologies to ensure efficient production. Streamline processes to save labor and material expenses. Skillfully manage scheduling for daily changing needs in areas of manufacturing.  Areas of expertise include:

Leadership · Strategic Planning · Supply Chain Management · Vendor Relations

· Project Management · Cost Control

· Process Improvement

Lean Manufacturing