Production Manager - Candidate RO32018

 

production manager

  • AA Degree Computer Science
  • 16 years in Manufacturing Production Supervision
  • 16 years Military Experience
  • Currently managing 40 people per shift, 3 shifts, 24/7 operation
  • Said “I feel stuck now and I’m looking for opportunity for growth”
  • Excellent Communication Skills – rational, good vocabulary, strong work ethic
  • Currently providing tours for executives at his Plant
  • Renter, open to relocation, kids in school

MANAGEMENT SKILLS

  • Logistics Management
  • Production Management
  • Time Tracking
  • Payroll/Vacation
  • Business Administration
  • Operation of Windows Operating system
  • High level of Computer Skills and Proficiency
  • Profit and loss process
  • Budgeting

Highly motivated and goal oriented professional, eager to leverage years of logistics and operations leadership; highly committed to pursuing a long term career with a company I can grow in utilizing analytical and problem solving skills gained throughout the years. Eager to develop and improve team members’ performance and proficiency. Willing to use my own diverse background to be able to work with changing and complicated situations effectively.

 

QUALIFICATIONS SUMMARY

  • Over 18 years of managing multiple, diverse groups in different occupational fields
  • Driven, efficient, and skilled in a variety of working high speed, fast paced environments
  • Exceptionally well organized, strong work ethic, and willingness to work hard to achieve goals
  • Computer skills: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Windows, Server 2003, 2008 XP/Vista/Windows 7 and 8, Linux, SAP 

 

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATES, AND AWARDS

  • Associates Degree, Computer Science & Network Engineering, April 2014
  • President’s List, Virginia College
  • Security + and A + Certified
  • Multiple Awards for service during Operation Enduring Freedom In Afghanistan 

 

EXPERIENCE

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR JULY 2010 – PRESENT

Global Beverage Company, Earning ~ 75, 000/yr

  • Responsible for production shifts of 40+ personnel, to include efficiency, performance and maintaining GMP and SQF compliance, as well as monitoring maintenance and plant security while running private brand products to schedule.
  • Plant runs 24 hour/7 day/ 3 shift operations. This plant had 3 fillers (2 bottle, 1 can). I was also accountable for ensuring that the 2 bottles fillers ran between 200 -520bpm depending on bottle size, and can filler ran at 1200 cans per minute.
  • Associate-Logistics, Inventory, responsible for raw material inventory cycling, accountability, movement, and staging.
  • Operation of multiple packaging machines.
  • Blending of concentrate batches, multiple machine operations.
  • Produced 27.5M cases in 2017

Happy, but feels stuck – looking for opportunity for growth

 

SHIFT MANAGER AUGUST 2009 – JUNE 2010

Tacala LLC.

Shift Manager in charge of inventory control, cash flow and personnel, while increasing store ranking in within district, responsible for 10+ person shift. Pay was rated at 10/hr. I left this job because an opportunity came up that allow me to return to the beverage industry and grow my skills.

 

SHIFT MANAGER OCTOBER 2008 – AUGUST 2009

McDonalds Corp

Shift Manager in charge of scheduling, portioning, and inventory. Worked with store manager to insure profit and lower labor, oversaw 10+ person shift. Pay was rated at 9.25/hr. Left this company for a better paying job.

 

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR NOVEMBER 2000 – OCTOBER 2008

Local Beverage Company

Production Supervisor managed 25-30 employees on a 12 hour shift. Responsible for production, quality control, sanitation, inventory, shipping/receiving and maintenance. First supervisor to conduct pre-shift team meetings to encourage employees to exceed quota. Completed all shift paperwork on daily basis to include counts, downtime, and time cards for temporary employees. All products were from the PEPSI family.

 

US ARMY JULY 1997– PRESENT

Solider, responsible for protecting and serving our country, worked in logistics department moving inventory and personnel. Active duty- 4 years, and now part of the Reserves.

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