4497 Slater Road, Eagan, MN 55122 firstname.lastname@example.org 651-890-3626 (home)
Initiated continuous improvement to existing parts, relative to throughput and or quality.
Created tooling cost options, based on use and project life.
Established and document manufacturing work instructions and set standards for labor and materials.
Assured Bill of Material accuracy by measuring production throughput.
Provided concept and design support to molds, fixtures and secondary equipment.
Participated in cross-functional team to develop and bring new products to production.
Lead issue resolution teams addressing manufacturing and cost-saving opportunities.
Integrated quality assurance procedures to support the manufacturing process.
Trained personnel on manufacturing processes via ‘at-press’ demonstration of operations.
Reviewed existing production documentation, observing the operation and following up as needed to
improved production flow and minimize waste to create lean manufacturing.
Verified production process capability, reviewing quality department’s process validation findings.
Established and maintain professional relationships with customers, suppliers and coworkers.
Protected confidential information and intellectual property.
Followed established safety requirements as outlined within organizational safety manuals.
Performed other project responsibilities as assigned.
Team Personnel Farmington, MN
Production Supervisor Jan 2010- Current
Manage second shift production employees.
Mix and distribute resin, color, and additives for molding machines.
Set-up molds and install or create process settings.
Steinwall, Inc. Coon Rapids, MN
Project Engineer 2006-2009
Managed a transfer of over 200 molds and production accounts, distribute new samples with first
article inspection reports.
Estimated and quoted plastic part pricing, tooling and fixturing.
Collaborated with customers’ design team, ensuring design mold-ability.
Performed Mold Flow software simulation analysis.
Delivered full Customer Service duties for two customers.
Updated documentation with revision and BOM changes.
Coordinated production and quality staff to ensure sampling and first article inspection reports were
consistently delivered within project lead-time.
Served as interim Quality Engineer, processed corrective actions for discrepant conditions, participated
in weekly MRB meetings presenting resolution, submitted timely CPK data and weekly reports.
Qualified parts on a Sheffield CMM, using PC-DMIS software. Set-up fixturing and programming to
make hourly production quality checks.
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Bermo, Inc. Circle Pines, MN
Senior Process Engineer 1997-2006
Developed and implemented mold-ability and tooling solutions based on materials and methods of
manufacturing. Consistently met or exceeded targeted revenue goals.
Increased account satisfaction and retention ratios, by research and development initiatives and assist
in product designs to meet market demand.
Chaired internal product solution team to increase profitability through material replacement or
process parameter changes.
Assigned tasks and priorities within the workload to all Process Engineers in the department, Created
and documented part analyses, and productivity reports.
Interim Operations Manager for final six months.
Department Supervisor 1988-1997
Responsible for 15-injection molding machines, including supervision of shop floor staff of 45
technicians, operators and material handlers
Created and documented procedures, instructions and work aids for ISO 9001
Initiated and chaired continuous improvement teams. I developed training for all molding shop
Perry Johnson Training Circle Pines, Minnesota
Internal Auditor Trained for ISO 9001 internal audits.
Steinwall, Inc. Coon Rapids, Minnesota
ISO Internal Audit training 12/19/08, and received Certificate of Completion.
Parametric Technology Corporation Bloomington, Minnesota
Intro to Pro/ENGINEER: Basic course in part design, drawing creation and assembly generation.
Employers Association Minneapolis, Minnesota
Supervision 2: Advanced principles, methods and techniques of supervision.
Supervision 1: Basic principles of supervision.
University of Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin
Managing Maintenance: completed training course covering analysis, creation and implementation
of computer-generated system of scheduling maintenance for injection molding machines.
Dale Carnegie Training Bloomington, Minnesota
Sales Course: completed 12-week course utilizing the basic principles of salesmanship.
Normandale Community College Bloomington, Minnesota
General Studies, Total Credits 62
Control Data Institute Minneapolis, Minnesota
Computer Technology CTEE: completed two-year certification course (853 hours) in 11 months,
including Basic Electronics, Computer Systems, CPU, Peripheral Devices, and Micro-processing.
Comprehensive knowledge of injection molding processes in fast paced manufacturing.
Fundamental knowledge and experience using engineering, and commodity grade plastic resin, tool
steel, mold design and build.
Comprehensive understanding of post injection molding processes (i.e., ultrasonic welding, bonding,
pad printing, assembly, and related secondary operations equipment).
Fundamental knowledge of Quality Inspection test procedures and processes.
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Microsoft; Word, Excel, Power Point, Project and Outlook,
Solidworks 2008; Pro/ENGINEER; Wildfire3.0, Cost Mate; Cad Key ’99;
Moldflow Plastics Advisers; Mold Advisor, Part Advisor, C-Mold Quick Fill.
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