Maintenance Manager - Candidate JP020619

 

maintenance manager

  • BS Mechanical Engineering
  • 35 years exp in manufacturing
  • Can troubleshoot ladder logic, Micrologics, RS Logics, PLC, P&ID drawings
  • 20 years running PM Programs
  • Uses SQF, HAACP, GMP, P&ID, PSM/RMP, TIMWOODS, EHS, AIB, RCA, 5whys
  • Managed 17 technicians & managing 14 techs at present job
  • 20 years with refrigeration, HAACP, Six Sigma Black Belt
  • Nice guy, speaks well
  • Single, renter, easy relo

 

EXPERIENCE

ENGINEERING/MAINTENANCE MANAGER (FOOD PROCESSING – BEEF PRODUCTS) NOVEMBER 2017 – PRESENT

National Meats Earning $100K

Hired to keep the facility running smoothly with the expectation to drive project, maintenance and cost saving goals.

  • This led to directing teams on two shifts while leading concurrent capital projects, reducing operating expenses and upgrading process, utility and personnel performance with managing schedules, budgets and audits that lead to continuous improvement in engineering, manufacturing and technological advancements within controls, electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, refrigeration, boilers, reverse osmosis, drawings and weekly hands-on training.

Has decided that he does not like working in a slaughter house, looking for a better opportunity

 

MANUFACTURING ENGINEER (FOOD PROCESSING – LAMB PRODUCTS) OCTOBER 2015 – OCTOBER 2017

National Farms Took this job after being downsized at last job. Earning $50/hour as a contractor

  • Began as a one-year contract to assist departments to make cost saving upgrades that proved financially rewarding. This was a chance to help cross-functional teams to design automated machinery, modify processes, review PMs, write SOPs, use CMMS, make ACAD drawings, build Excel matrices, update safety (arc flash, confined space, LOTO), control (Robot, CNC, PLC, VFD), troubleshoot electrical, clean-up pneumatic issues, upgrade refrigeration system, add low-pressure boiler, investigate incidents, capture utility rebates, attend audits, follow USDA/OSHA/EPA/GMP/PSM track overall proficiency (KPI, SPC, OEE) and expand on LEAN, 6S, NDT, TPM, MSDS, P-F curve, ultrasound lubrication.

CONTRACTOR – contract completed successfully

 

PLANT ENGINEER MARCH 2008 – JULY 2015

National Frozen Foods Earning $90K + 10% Bonus

  • Hired to assist 14 managers in 3 plants to take capital projects from cradle-to-grave and reduce operating expenses. This was an opportunity to review CapEx/OpEx in weekly meetings made-up of managers from HR, ACCT, IT, QC, prod, maint, refrig and the owner himself to discuss issues throughout the plants in brainstorming sessions that lead to many capital projects up to $4.2MM, cutting operating expenses and implementing continuous improvements in aseptic packaging, process automation, utility efficiency personnel performance, contractor/vendor relations, audits, safety training (ammonia awareness, fall protection, hot work) AutoCad/Solidwork (drawings, schematics, workaids), attend seminars/Pac-Expo/CLFP and utilize SQF, HACCP, GMP, P&ID, PSM/RMP, TIMWOODS, EHS, AIB, RCA, 5whys.

He was one of 80 employees let go in a restructuring

 

MANUFACTURING ENGINEER MANAGER MARCH 2002 – FEBRUARY 2008

National Seafoods

  • Worked with many departments and teleconferenced with other plants in a union environment to meet harvest goals This allowed interviewing, hiring and training a multi-disciplinary team of 4 supervisors and 17 technicians to keep a 24/7 aseptic process plant running smoothly while overseeing engineering, maintenance and making upgrades in machinery performance, nemawashi, gemba walks, wrench time, preventive maintenance, regulatory compliance, weekly classroom/hands-on topics (safety, stress analysis, programming, drawings, welding, lubrication, chemicals) obtain outside certification as needed (Six Sigma Black Belt, forklift, RETA), use WORD, EXCEL, ACAD, ERP, CMMS

 

MANUFACTURING MANAGER MAY 1999 – JULY 2001
  • Lead a cross-functional team of 11 on the engineering, production and assembly of machinery from cradle-to-grave. This required the skill to hire, train and mentor many disciplines to deliver concurrent projects on time and budget by meeting with customers, writing proposals, utilizing contractors/vendors and optimizing manufacturing processes

 

ENGINEERING MANAGER SEPTEMBER 1991 – MAY 1999

National Food Services

  • Working for a consulting company owner and grew to be his engineering manager. This required Word, Excel and Autocad skills to layout facilities, process lines, design machinery and write proposals that captured ROI savings for clients with helping set-up maintenance training, inventory, support resources and more.

 

DESIGNER MAY 1984 – SEPTEMBER 1991

Dvance Systems

  • Started on the shop floor running various machinery (lathe, mill, welders) while attending night classes and being trained by a wonderful team on how to design, document, and assemble electrical (controls, components, wiring), mechanical (motors, shafts, bearings), pneumatic/hydraulic (pumps, valves, piping) and moving up to be a designer

 

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science, Manufacturing Engineering - California State University

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