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MICHAEL CARTWRIGHT Fort Payne, AL 35967 (256) 996-7251 Cell firstname.lastname@example.org CAREER FOCUS As an experienced leader in automobile manufacturing, I seek an opportunity in the manufacturing industry that will utilize my experience in personnel supervision, quality improvement, and planning to have an immediate impact upon productivity, organization and profitability. EXPERIENCE Zanini Tennessee Winchester, TN Production Manager, Injection Mold 2011 - 2012 Supervised 3 Salaried Supervisors, 2 Hourly Supervisors and 50 Hourly Team Members in Mold, Paint/Assembly and 2 Assembly Departments. Responsible for all Metric’s related to Safety, Quality, Productivity and Continuous Improvement Projects to attain Zanini Production Systems Developed and still developing processes that are lean in nature and focusing on job assignments. Worked to instill 6 Sigma/Lean Manufacturing Mindset, using my experience from the automotive industry. Notable Accomplishment Profitability - Facility achieved YOY Profit for first time in their Ownership (2003). Net plant profit 500k. Quality - Improved OEE (TRS) for facility by 2.5% across all areas. Focus on Quality at the process not the operator. Lean Manufacturing - Restarted Lean/Sigma Programs that had been previously started and stopped. Pactiv Macon, GA Production Manager, Molded Fiber 2008 - 2011 Supervise 5 Salaried and 140 Hourly Team Members in Manufacturing and Shipping/Receiving Departments. Responsible for Safety Initiatives that reduced Recordable Injuries from 2 to 0. Currently have maintained 0 Recordable injuries for over 1 calendar year. Responsible for Operations of a 1.5M carton volume of molded fiber egg cartons. Developed and still developing processes that are lean in nature and focusing on job assignments. Worked to instill 6 Sigma/Lean Manufacturing Mindset, using my experience from the automotive industry. Notable Accomplishments Safety – Plant had solid Safety program lacking results. Implemented daily safety start up topic and assigned teams to floor level safety inspections. In less than 2 years plant achieved 1 Million Safe Hours of Operation. Quality – Implemented hourly production boards on the lines to ensure all operators knew where they were from hourly volume to losses due to downtime/poor quality etc. Improved loss of product by 5% YOY. Downtime Reduction – Reduced downtime during print changes by working with a Kaizen Team to determine loss causes and reduce/eliminate time wasted. Reduction from 15 minute changeovers to 8.43 minute changeovers after completion. Heil Environmental Inc. Fort Payne, AL Process Manager, Paint/Chassis Mount 2006 – 2008 Supervised 5 Salaried and 140 Hourly Team Members in Paint and Chassis Mount departments. Increased First Pass Yield for assigned areas from overall average of 37% to 71% over a 10 month assignment. Responsible for Safety Initiatives that reduced Recordable Injuries from 10 to 5. Responsible for Operations Manager position with assigned counterpart. Responsible for approximately 13.5 to 15.0 million dollars in net revenue per month. Developed processes that were lean in nature and focusing on job assignments. Worked to instill 6 Sigma/Lean Manufacturing Mindset, using my experience from the automotive businesses. Notable Accomplishment Empowerment – Moved team decision management from management level to the floor level. The results were a floor centered problem solving with input when necessary from the Quality Team. Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Montgomery, AL Assistant Manager, Engine Machining/Assembly 2003 – 2005 Launched Green Field Engine Manufacturing Plant. Initial responsibility for purchase/run-off and installation of flexible manufacturing equipment, such as Lamb, Horkos, Landis, and Dae-Yong Automation. Also worked with HMT (Hyundai Machine Tool) Assembly equipment. Responsible for launch to meet cost expectations and 300,000 annual production. Responsible for training new Hourly Team Members. Responsible for interviewing and hiring of Hourly Team Members. Developed methods and procedures to ensure the highest Quality for customer satisfaction. Co-responsibility for setting up initial operation budgets for both Machining and Assembly operations, which for CY 2005 was 2.25 million dollars. Notable Accomplishments Developed/Implemented - Training plan for training new team members in the machining and assembly of 3.3L engines. The results were teams were more empowered to learn more as well as future training. Spearheaded – Coordinated the installation of Hyundai’s Engine Assembly line equipment in an efficient and organized manner working with 5 OEM companies and 1 Installation company. Result was the timely and efficient installation of all necessary equipment. Ford Motor Company 1994 – 2003 Romeo Engine Plant Romeo, MI Manager, Cylinder Head Machining 2002 – 2003 Supervise 2 Salaried and 45 Hourly Team Members in manufacturing of cylinder heads on equipment such as Lamb Transfer Machines, Schenck Turner assembly equipment, Cosmo AS/RS equipment and Midbrook Washers. Reduced downtime by 35% through implementation of Six Sigma Green Belt Projects. Co-responsibility for annual budget of 2.5 million dollars. Notable Accomplishment Downtime Reduction - Analyzed Cylinder Head Machining downtime on a high volume machining line. Through the use of 6 Sigma Green Belt analyses, DMAIC principles were used to define the scope of the problem, measure the losses, analyze the data, improve existing uptime and control the process. Result was reduction of downtime by 35%. Sharonville Transmission Plant Sharonville, OH Manufacturing Planning Specialist/Area Manager 2000 – 2002 Successful launch of 3 Shift Operations, with 80% new work force on my shift, utilizing Wilson Automation. Maintained Daily Production Schedule of 1040 units per shift. Accomplished QS/ISO9000/ISO14001 re-certification. Production Supervisor/Department Manager Final Assembly 1999 – 2000 Supervised 56 Team Members in the complete assembly of 765,000 Transmissions annually, utilizing Wilson Automation and Grob automation. Improved OEE from 71% to 83%. Maintained a Daily Production Schedule of 1350 units. Accomplished QS/ISO9000/ISO14001 re-certification. Notable Accomplishment Shift Creation/Launch – With a great team, I directed the launch of a third shift in a Transmission Assembly Plant. Evaluated current assembly situation, identified needs, planned the direction to follow for launching the new shift, and implemented the plan through utilization of existing experienced team members and launched the shift to production capacity within 3 weeks. Van Dyke Transmission Plant Sterling Heights, MI Production Supervisor/Department Manager Final Assembly 1996 – 1998 Supervised 70 Hourly Team Members in the manufacturing of 550,000 Transmissions annually. Improved Plant Warranty Returns for 1 Month in Service by 27.1% and 3 Months in Service by 24.3%. Maintained a Daily Production Schedule of 828 units. Accomplished QS/ISO9000/ISO14001 re-certification. Production Supervisor/Department Manager FCG Program 1994 – 1996 Assisted in the launch of Ford’s AX4N RWD Transaxle. Supervised 30 Hourly Team Members in the manufacturing of 550,000 Transmissions annually. Trained in all aspects of the Ford Business Structure to ensure support of system. EDUCATION & TRAINING Oakland University Rochester Hills, MI Bachelor of Arts, History 1992 Six Sigma, Green Belt Certified Ford Production System – 7 Years QS/ISO 9000 Certification/Re-certification – 8 Years QS/TS 16949 – Recertification/Renewal – 2 Years ISO 14001 – Environmental Quality Certification – 8 Years Continuous Improvement – 12 Years Lean Manufacturing Principles – 10 Years Synchronous Material Flow System – 4 Years Visual Factory – 4 Years Equipment Control/Power Lockout Certification – 13 Years Hazardous Materials Training – 4 Years
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