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E DWARD M AJEWSKI Westminster, CO 80(720) 233-725majewski.e@Q.com M ANUFACTURING P ROFILE Highly skilled professional with excellent blend of manufacturing and management experience. Committed to continuous improvements to elevate production efforts and meeting customer requirements for full satisfaction. Known for team building of sizeable team and ensuring timely project completion. Experience in development of multiple product lines to contribute to business growth. QUALIFICATIONS Production Management Team Leadership & Coaching Cost Containment Efforts Supply Sourcing & Procurement Goal Setting & Attainment Management of multiple projects Vendor Negotiations & Relations Process Enhancements & Documentation PROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE COORS TEK, Golden, CO, 1991 – 10/2012 GENERAL SUPERVISOR/ Lean SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT, 2007 – 10/2012 . Lead activities to enhance effectiveness of three production areas. Hired and trained 100 employees, including supervisor and team leads. Identified cost drivers and implemented strategies to reduce expenses. Sourced and cultivated relations with vendors to obtain favorable prices in procurement of new equipment. Interfaced with engineers on new products, prototype parts, and process updates. Scheduled with multiple departments to coordinate efficient workflow and output. Lead improvement projects and effectively managed these projects with the other improvement project teams to accomplish the following: Selected accomplishments: Remained cost conscious while fulfilling production objectives, by designing new tools for assisting processes which reduced tooling cost by $100,000 per year. Collaborated with customers to solve quality issues such as the elimination of contamination on the surface of substrate products which resulted in a $500,000 supplemental yearly order. Partnered with facility teams to maintain, update, and implement changes. Contributed to the preparation of processes for yearly audits to maintain ISO certifications. Managed a new automotive project that increased item unit profit margin by 30% and increased product throughput by 35% for an automotive pressure sensor component. Researched and procured a new vendor for packaging material which resulted in a cost savings of $28,000 yearly. Re-designed a lap and polish process for close tolerance substrates to reduce scrap by 60% and reducing lead time by 30%. E DWARD M AJEWSKI Page Two Ensured continued compliance with ISO 9001, TS16949, QS9000 and ISO14001. Managed/lead 7 process improvement projects to successful completion which generated over $1,000,000 yearly net benefit. GENERAL SUPERVISOR / TOOL ROOM & MEDICAL, 2001 – 2007 Directed tool-room-production operations to manufacture molds and tooling for four facilities. Ordered supplies, monitored expenditures, and managed / controlled inventory. Facilitated department meetings. Established team committed to achieving mutual goals. Selected accomplishment: Successfully implemented lean manufacturing principles and 5S in all production areas. GENERAL SUPERVISOR, 1993 – 2000 Oversaw performance of two supervisors and 100-person, multi-functional team. Created weekly employee schedules and delegated responsibilities to meet production demands. Conducted performance evaluations and provided feedback to enhance individual performance. Resolved employee issues while adhering to set policies. Controlled costs to meet budget requirements. Ordered department supplies and tooling. Selected accomplishments: Selected to manage relocation of manufacturing department to Mexico, including designing department layout, establishing department and practices, orchestrating shipment of equipment, and completing administrative paperwork. Built team-driven, cooperative work environment to optimize performance. Rewrote tool-room apprenticeship program to strengthen effectiveness. Promoted to General Supervisor based on exceptional performance in Team Lead role E DUCATION & C REDENTIALS U NIVERSITY OPHOENIX , Phoenix, AZ Bachelor of Science in Business Management / With Honors SCHOOLCRAFT COMMUNITY COLLEGE , Livonia, Michigan Undergraduate Studies in Architectural Drawing Applicable Training Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, George Group/CoorsTek Design for Lean Six Sigma (DFLSS), George Group Computer Skills: Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Visio, Pilgrim-Document Control, MFG-PRO, Minitab and Fast Track MP2 ( Maintenance Work orders & PM schedules for Machines)
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