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TIFFINEY N. JAHN Mount Pleasant, SC 29466 ● 843-323-8774● firstname.lastname@example.org LEAN SIX SIGMA ENGINEER Highly resourceful and results-driven Chemical Engineer with 10+ years of Continuous Improvement experience developing and enhancing production processes to increase Project Management efficiency, reduce waste, and achieve operational excellence. Respected Leadership & Teambuilding leader and Six Sigma Black Belt with expertise in lean manufacturing Statistical Process Control principles and process improvement strategies. Strengths in cross-functional Regulatory Compliance collaboration, conflict resolution, and meeting effectiveness. Just In Time (JIT) Manufacturing Valued manager with proven talents in staff training and development. Total Productive Maintenance Outstanding problem solving and analysis skills, impeccable attention to Shainin Red X Approach detail, and exceptional process development abilities. Continuously search for Budget/Resource Allocation ways to streamline manufacturing procedures and improve plant operations. Minitab & MS Office Suite PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE International Women’s Club of Stuttgart e.V. (IWCS) ■ Stuttgart, Germany 2011 to 2012 Non-profit organization for women of all nationalities and ages in the Stuttgart and Baden-Württemberg region. Charity Director/Chairperson Elected as Charity Director responsible for development of the annual budget, staff identification, and role assignment. Developed $6K budget with no starting capital through strategic planning and execution of fundraising activities and sponsorship attainment. Staffed charity committee of 5 volunteers within 3 months in Charity Director role. Donated 60% of budget to charitable organization in support of women and children of domestic abuse within one-year term. Sun Chemical Corporation ■ Goose Greek, SC 2004 to 2010 World’s largest provider of color-related products and services for packaging, publication, coatings, plastics, cosmetics, and other industrial markets Corporate Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (2005 to 2010) Earned the role as Site Lead responsible for implementing Six Sigma methodologies at Bush Park, SC plant. Identified strategies to reduce waste of utilities usage via process mapping and failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA). Determined projects that would save the most expenses while using the least amount of time and resources. Worked closely with Division Vice President and various staff including plant managers, scientists, and operators. Trained personnel on all organization levels on conflict resolution, meeting effectiveness, and teambuilding; additionally served as site’s go-to conflict resolution facilitator. Directed Productivity Improvement and Six Sigma projects that saved $1.34M (2006) and $1.03M (2007), doubling organization’s expected Black Belt cost savings. Guided cross-functional leadership team located in manufacturing facilities in Michigan, Denmark, and North Carolina in executing new strategy to eliminate process steps (estimated cost reductions of $1.4M in Denmark plant and $200K in Michigan plant). Successfully eliminated foam costing Muskegon, Michigan waste water facility $50K/month to remove, collaborating effectively between internal and external team members; eradicated need for de-foamer, resulting in additional $512K/year reduction in expenses. Orchestrated site transition from legacy to new SAP system, completing implementation ahead of schedule; mapped current and new roles, oversaw configuration and migration, and facilitated meetings to prepare teams for change. TIFFINEY N. JAHN 843-323-8774 ●email@example.com Created predictable model for deliverables and receivables in partnership with Corporate Supply Chain Team, resulting in optimized inventory levels and customer/supplier requirements; determined minimum inventory levels required to maintain production flow utilizing expertise in demand segmentation and cycle/takt time. PIL Process Engineer (2005 to 2005) Analyzed system errors for potential causes and conferred with vendors to implement solutions. Determined process gaps, recommended corrective actions, and enhanced data collection strategies. Researched possible variations for numerous control processes and designed new controls. Eliminated downtime associated with foaming occurring in distillation column. Developed improved controls for naphthalimide drying with estimated cost savings of $160K+. Corning, Inc. ■ Goose Creek, SC 2000 to 2004 World leader in specialty glass and ceramics Senior Process Engineer II (2002 to 2004) Promoted to senior position within newly opened plant producing high-purity fused silica used in lens technologies. Recognized areas of improvement and implemented numerous advances to glass forming process. Contributed to 90% enhancement in key product quality indicators by establishing methods and line measures that provided clearer understanding of critical performance variables. Created concepts and directed team of 4 in applying manufacturing excellence theories/principles throughout the facility. Process Engineer I (2001 to 2002) Optimized and maintained various processes via Simplex EVOP (DOE) and Pre-Control tools. Identified and introduced control measures for critical materials and equipment variables. Realized 4.39 sigma capability of 99.75% first pass finishing selects relative to material and equipment impact. Led $129K optimization improvement project that doubled capacity and spearheaded $213K new technology implementation initiative. Increased boule utilization 33% following execution of equipment validation process with 6 team members encompassing determination of acceptance criteria, R&R study, work instructions, and training plan. Process Engineer (2000 to 2001) Devised processes for round and rectangular parts development. Trained staff on process via OJT model. Evaluated/validated new products and instituted control charts, quality plans, and safety awareness initiatives to eliminate defects. Sourced alternative raw material suppliers and orchestrated DOEs to determine new product possibilities. Through Six Sigma methodologies, identified root cause of the #1 defect in parts finishing. Key contributor to Race for LIFE (Learning and Implementing Finishing Excellence) program that utilized KBM/Six Sigma strategies; reduced defects by more than 50%. Additional Experience: Production & Process Improvement Engineer, Area Manager – Milliken & Company, Marietta, SC EDUCATION, CERTIFICATIONS & RECENT TRAINING BS in Chemical Engineering, Auburn University, Auburn, AL BS in Biology, minor in Chemistry, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL Six Sigma Black Belt & Green Belt Certifications, Sigma Breakthrough Technologies, Inc. Change Management Training (2008) Shainin – Advanced Tools for Statistical Engineers, Red X Approach Workshop (2005) Manufacturing Process Improvement Workshop (2005)
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