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BARBARA G. CORBIN Baldwin, Maryland 21013 (410) 303-0956; (410) 557-7222 firstname.lastname@example.org SUMMARY Highly motivated and results oriented manager with a proven track record. Recognized for high performance management of people and projects. Strengths include: Process Development/Improvement Budgeting Equipment Acquisition ISO 9001 Certification Lean Manufacturing Personnel Management/Team Building Root Cause Analysis (Troubleshooting) Cross Training KPI Responsibility PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE POOLPAK TECHNOLIGIES, York,Pennsylvania 1999–2013 International Manufacturer of equipment to remove humidity and improve the air quality of indoor pool environments. Director of Operations Managed 50 employees, including six area supervisors. Responsible for all departments and processes from product build through the shipping of finished product and spare parts. Departments: Order entry, Part Sales, Operations, Purchasing, Production (Assembly), Sheet Metal Fabrication/Programmers, Warehouse, Building Maintenance. Managed, coordinated and scheduled finished product. Monitored the daily activities of shop/office employees. KPI Responsibilities - On-Time Delivery, Inventory Accuracy, Build Costs, Manage cost variances Improved on time delivery – 2004 – Not measured; 2012 – 98.0% Improved inventory accuracy – 2004 – 76%; 2012 - 99.5% Implemented and manage building maintenance/gage scheduling program. Implemented Lean Manufacturing/5S techniques in all areas. Project Manager for the design, build and introduction of new product. Line Member of “Senior Management” team. Member of “Strategic Planning” team. Member of “China Venture” team. Coordinator- “United Way” – 2005 thru 2012 Coordinator- “Light the Night” (Leukemia) – 2010 thru 2011 INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT 1997-1999 Lean Manufacturing – Jameson Door – Hagerstown, Md. PoolPak International – York, Pa PACE INCORPORATED, Laurel, Maryland 1985-1997 International Manufacturer of Systems for the Repair of Electronic Assemblies Parts Focused Factory Manager (1996-1997) Selected to manage new remote facility with a team of highly motivated individuals and an annual operating budget in excess of $1.0 million Resolved work flow issues and improved processes through the development of procedures and planning tools Organized and facilitated a cross functional team to evaluate the manufacturability of new product design Provided support to Materials Management Team in the development of vendor partnership program Implemented Lean Manufacturing Cell design and installation Facilitated teams Established Kanban and Local Stocking procedures Integrated Process Mapping Defined Performance Measurements - Quality, Throughput, On-Time Delivery, and Machine Set-up Planned and coordinated the future strategic development of new facility Member of Management Team responsible for new Business System Implementation (JD Edwards) Member of Management Team responsible for Pace U.S. Operations Production / Machine Shop Manager (1985-1996) Managed seven production assembly departments, consisting of 70 employees, which included the hiring, training and supervising of personnel. Introduced cross training in all areas of production for improved personnel utilization, which reduced annual labor costs by 25% Spearheaded and managed preparation for ISO 9001 certification (ISO certification acquired April, 1994) Developed ISO 9001 Training Guidelines Trained as ISO 9001 auditor (internal) Implemented computerized time and attendance system Assisted in the development of improved personnel policies Scheduled production and proto-type work Created work instructions / shop procedures Reduced tooling costs associated with Davenport Screw Machines by 50% Created families of parts, which resulted in standardization of blueprints and machining processes Managed and coordinated the daily activities of shop employees, specifically providing support for new product development and production requirements. Developed and implemented plan to upgrade from manual machines to CNC technology, which increased throughput by 40% Developed needs assessments and cost justifications for CNC equipment acquisitions (over $2.0 million) Developed and implemented tooling standardization / set-up reduction program which reduced machine set-up time by 60% Developed and installed computerized programs for Preventive Maintenance and CNC Screw Machine Set-Up Requirements. Net Result - reduced machine downtime and improved control of manufacturing process Created management information reports for proto-type work Played lead role on collaborative efforts with architects and contractors for the design and layout of new remote facility Directed, scheduled and coordinated relocation of Machine Shop to remote facility without any interruption to production KOPPERS COMPANY, Baltimore, Maryland 1974-1985 Methods Engineer (1983-1985) Programmed CNC mills and grinders Created process sheets for machining parts from start to finish Substituted as shop foreman when required Journeyman Machinist (1981-1983) Machinist Apprentice (1976-1981) Served and completed 4 year Machinist Apprenticeship. Production Worker (1974-1976) EDUCATION & TRAINING Journeyman Papers - Certificates of Completion of Apprenticeship - State of Maryland & Koppers Co. – 1981 Catonsville Community College, Baltimore, Maryland, Machine Tool Technology - 30 credits 1981 Clemson University , South Carolina - Set up Reduction and Preventive Maintenance Courses; 6 credits ISO Internal Auditor Training- 1992 Lean Manufacturing/ Team Building Training Training - 1996 Computer Proficiencies - Microsoft Word, Excel, Project, Quicken, Macola Business System
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