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James H. Skaggs Marriott Slaterville, UT 84404 (801) 732-9242 Message (801) 644-7346 Cell email@example.com CAREER EXPERIENCE My experience includes Manufacturing Engineering, Process Engineering, Quality Engineering, Department Management, Lean Engineering, Test Engineering, Safety Programs, R & D, Field Service, tool and product design, process development, NC machine programming. Experienced with lean tools such as 5S, FMEA’s, RCCA. Over 20 years of manufacturing experience including experience with many manufacturing methods. Experience with AutoCAD, Microsoft Office products, and various business related software packages. SMITH OPTICS, Clearfield, UT 2011-2013 An $80 million manufacturer of sporting goods, sunglasses, ski goggles, motocross goggles, and ski helmets. Compliance/Safety Manager – • Led efforts to ensure all products met international regulatory requirements • Developed OSHA safety programs, policies and procedures for the plant • Reduced plant OSHA injury incidence rate from 5.64 in 2010 to 1.80 in 2012 • Completed OSHA 30-hour and 10-hour safety courses • Instituted plant safety committee ATK AEROSPACE STRUCTURES, Clearfield, UT 2004-2011 A $4.2 billion manufacturer of composites used for military and commercial space applications, space systems, and munitions. Senior Manufacturing Engineer Engineering support for several programs including Minuteman III, D5 Trident Missile, and commercial rocket motor case fabrication. • Lean Process Engineer – Developed training and led workshops for various Operational areas throughout the plant. Trained personnel in lean manufacturing principles such as cycle time reduction, Takt time, 5S, Kanban, Kaizen, waste elimination. • D5 Resin Requalification Lead Engineer – Coordinate the qualification of a new fiber and resin system for the D5 missile program. Developed procedures, test plans, and reports. Conduct weekly status meetings. Coordinate the activities of various departments to ensure that critical activities are completed. • Foreign Object Elimination Lead Engineer - Direct the FOE prevention activities for the entire Clearfield site. Developed policies and procedures for FOD prevention. Reduced incidents of FOD by over 50% in one year, saving the plant approximately $150,000 during 2009. • Process Engineer - Minuteman and Orion rocket motor case programs. Developed manufacturing procedures, solved manufacturing problems, member of program IPT. AMEROCK CORPORATION, Rockford, IL 2003-2004 A $160 million manufacturer of consumer goods, primarily door and cabinet hardware. Part of Newell Rubbermaid. Quality Engineer • Designed and developed both attribute gages and direct measurement gages for inspection of components and assemblies. • Developed the incoming inspection process for the door lock and window operator assembly areas. • Trained shop floor personnel on proper use of special inspection tools. • Collaborated with outside vendors to develop solutions to their manufacturing problems. HAMILTON SUNDSTRAND, Rockford, IL 2000-2003 A $5 billion manufacturer of aircraft electric power generation systems, actuation systems, and air management systems. Senior Mechanical Engineer • Designed field software containers for use by Field Service Engineers. • Designed a family of fixtures for balancing high speed rotating components to a tolerance of .01in/oz. • Designed and built tools for assembling, disassembling, and repair of various aircraft electrical power generators. SPAULDING COMPOSITES, Rochester, NH 1994-2000 A $35 million producer of commercial composites products for the power generation industry and water purification industry. Process/Design Engineer, DeKalb, IL 1997-2000 • Member ASME BPVC Section X Subcommittee • Developed the new plant layout, trained 20 production, maintenance, and supervisory employees on new equipment, developed operating procedures for new equipment. • Reduced the manufacturing cost of the pressure head components 15% by designing an innovative new head for pressure vessel end closures. New design also would result in easier customer use. • Designed and tested low pressure (300 psi), and high pressure (1000 psi) vessels to add to product line. • Production supervisor for the filament winding area. Scheduled production for two shift operation for a union shop. Supervised twelve people. Maintained Engineering duties during this time. • Developed all NC programs for filament winding all composite products. • Provided field service for existing products to address any customer problems or issues. • Designed and built prototype carbon fiber driveshaft for Visteon. • Designed and built prototype carbon fiber wing spar system for United Launch Alliance. • Implemented the quality systems necessary for ASME Section X certification, including instrument calibration, raw material testing, receiving inspection. Authored production procedures, drawings, specification, and policies necessary to meet ASME certification requirements. • Implemented and maintained document control system for all pressure vessel drawings. Process/Design Engineer and Quality Manager, Smyrna, TN 1994-1997 • Provided Engineering support regarding product quality, processing, and manufacturing. • Reduced the 35% leak test failure rate of the sideport attachment design to less than 5% by redesigning the attachment method. • Quality Manager. Supervised two QA technicians. • Implemented ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section X certification for both the Smyrna and DeKalb plants. • Authored Quality Manual and developed all forms, drawings and procedures necessary for implementing and maintaining the ASME Section X certification. • Designed vessels and components to ASME BPVC Section VIII and Section X requirements. BRUNSWICK COMPOSITES, Camden, AR 1990-1994 Manufacturer of composite missile launch tubes and composite tubing for the oil industry. Part of the Brunswick Corporation. Senior Manufacturing Engineer • Developed the manufacturing processes for filament winding carbon/glass thick wall tubing for oil field applications. • Trained Engineers on programming new software for filament winding machinery. Trained production personnel on operation of NC filament winder, batch ovens, machining operations, and leak testing equipment. • Authored all procedures for new filament winding equipment, ovens, machining equipment, and testing apparatus. • Authored the manufacturing portion of several bids and proposals. SWEDLOW, INC., Garden Grove, CA 1987-1990 Leading manufacturer of aircraft windows and windshield systems for both civilian and military applications. Manufacturer of composite structures and components for commercial and military applications. Manufacturing Engineer – Composites Division Project management from proposal through delivery to the customer. Developed and procured tooling, developed manufacturing processes. Developed pricing for tooling, labor, and materials for bids and proposals. EDUCATION EXPERIENCE Masters in Business Administration, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL, 2002 BS Engineering Technology, California Polytechnic State University, Pomona, CA OWNER, BUFFALO RUN ADVENTURES, LLC 2006-Current Started business in 2006 to direct trail races. The business has been highly successful, beginning with one event and 150 participants in 2006 to almost 1000 participants and four events in 2013. References available upon request
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