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Objective

As an industrial engineer with fifteen plus years experience improving operational practices within manufacturing, logistics, supply chain businesses,  I want to utilize my expertise in either fields of aviation, healthcare, and renewable energy.  My experience emphasizes effective cost reducing skills essential to obtaining substantial savings to the bottom line.

Summary

Industrial Engineer / Process Analyst - Ten plus years experience improving operations and facilities planning. Particular skills are Six Sigma, Lean, process Improvement, statistical analysis, decision support system and analysis, feasibility study, business planning, methodology, motion & time studies, acquisitions, cost reduction analysis, and facilities / capacity planning. Professor - College education for working adults in the studies of Operations Management , Lean Logistics, Lean Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management, and Computer Science. Degreed programs designed for evening and weekend classes. Understanding that getting a degree is a personal endeavor. Therefore, I evaluate students on individual basis. Whether it's a bachelor or masters degree, my classes are to assist in the achievement of higher learning.

Work experience

2002Present

Professor

Provide college education for working adults in the studies of Operations Management, Lean Logistics, Lean Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management, and Computer Science. Degreed programs designed for evening and weekend classes. Understanding that getting a degree is a personal endeavor. Therefore, I evaluate students on individual basis. Whether it's a bachelor or masters degree, my classes are to assist in the achievement of higher learning.
Jul 1995Apr 2009

Manager, Engineering

My responsibilities were to provide engineering consulting services to the North American region. Include providing internal recommendations within Avnet’s logistical solution centers and its external 3PL customers. My duties were to conduct work measurements, layout development, scheduling, and implement method improvements throughout entire facilities. Additionally, my duties include continuous improvement of material and systems flow for the $26 million Chandler expansion, while maintaining the reduction of cost of goods sold.
Mar 1982Apr 1995

Industrial Engineer

Walbar
My responsibilities were carried out under minimum supervision pertaining to high volume manufacturing of turbine blades. The assignments are of a broad nature, requiring the exercise of appreciable judgment and ingenuity. Assisted in the development of Kaizen practices to improve profits by auditing, controlling, and minimizing production costs. Additionally, my duties included reducing material costs, method analysis, scheduling, machine loading based on engineering and economic studies. Knowledge in compliance to regulatory agencies concerning waste management and safety. Conducted classes on the fundamentals of team work regarding JIT, Setup Reduction, and Cell Manufacturing techniques.
19751977

Flight Line Manager

Orange County Aviation
My responsibilities were to assist in the overall operation of the fixed base operation, performing routine general maintenance on general aviation aircraft. Duties included management of ramp service duties, refueling aircraft with necessary fuel (100 Oct. and Jet A). Additionally, my duties included washing aircraft and parking them in their appropriate tie down locations

Education

19921994

MBA

19791981

BS

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
19771979

A.S.

Skills

Six Sigma - Yellow Belt
Cost Reduction Analysis
Machine Loading
Process Improvement
Capacity Planning
Work Balancing
Facility Design
Statistical Analysis
Setup Reduction
Time and Motion Analysis
Kaizen Practices
AutoCAD
Schedule Labor / Equip.
Methods Analysis
Lean Applications
Lean manufacturing or lean production, which is often known simply as "Lean", is a production practice that considers the expenditure of resources for any goal other than the creation of value for the end customer to be wasteful, and thus a target for elimination. Working from the perspective of the customer who consumes a product or service, "value" is defined as any action or process that a customer would be willing to pay for.