Performance Plastics, Cincinnati, Ohio
Finishing Supervisor – responsible for the efficient day-to-day operation of the warehouse, with particular emphasis on the management of Finishing supervisory personnel and the implementation of action plans.
Responsible for finished goods inventory accuracy. Monitor open work orders and open purchase orders. Prioritize receiving activity based on backlog, special projects, and available resources to meet daily goals. Provide direct daily supervision of Finishing and Operator personnel to ensure the safe, clean and efficient operation. Assisted in developing a program to train and motivate personnel for increased effectiveness. On a daily basis, develop and implement shipping and receiving work schedules and assignments to assure effective and efficient operation. Supervise all inbound and outbound shipments to ensure they are correct and carried out in a timely fashion. Ensure that all records and reports regarding production activity are prepared on a timely basis. Supervise the checking of outgoing and incoming freight for proper counts and codes. Ensure that all safety procedures and policies are followed. Assisted the Plant manager in planning space utilization. Assisted in conducting physical inventories as required. Participate in ISO related activities including continuous improvement and cycle time reduction. Adhered to quality and safety systems or maintenance of quality and safety standards.
Coral Graphics, Erlanger, Kentucky Feb. 2006-Sept. 2008
Production Planner – charge of managing production through work orders.
Preparing weekly production schedules to ensure on-time delivery of product and efficient utilization of work center. Releasing work orders to the production floor. Preparing and analyize daily production reports to ensure the work centers are meeting their targets and to summarize production planning performance. I assist in the implementation of improved capacity and utilization planning. Scheduling/Planning for new products while coordinating ongoing production to ensure launch goals are met. Preparing any relevant planning information at the request of upper management. Performing capacity analysis by work center and making recommendations with regards to overtime and/or make by decisions. Troubleshooting potential capacity issues on an ongoing basis. Responsible for product from release of work order to placement in inventory. I perform scheduling for 13 pieces of equipment from printing and UV presses and film laminators and embossing machines. Daily ongoing emails with Customer Service Representatives with the production of their jobs.
Taylor & Francis, Florence, Kentucky Jan. 2003-2006
Picking lead and Problem Resolution
In charge of setting up the floor before pickers, including putting orders together, make sure boxes are made, conveyor is up, making sure that all replenishments are finished and accurate, printing out the wave status for the picks for the day and for the clean up of old waves from previous day.
In charge of all insufficient inventory on orders that have been picked. Looking up in the system (Powerhouse) to check for inventory and do either an Inventory move or systematically put in for a replenishment, in charge of making sure that all rushes during the day are picked correctly and have been shipped before UPS shipments are to be shipped. Having contact with Customer Service daily for special orders that need to be picked. Making sure that the system stays running throughout the day and make sure that all pickers have a steady work load during the day. Making sure that all inventory issues have been corrected before leaving for the day including cycle counting and checking nostock reports. Making sure that all orders have been ran through the Quality Control line for accuracy and weight issues, then make any and all necessary changes or corrections before orders are shipped.
Loreal USA, Inc. Florence, Kentucky 2000 -2003
In charge of running and managing the high speed bottle line of 200 bottles a minute, with no rejects, having excellent safety record.
Exceeded production units three times any other shift. Helped launch new Fructis lines. Made any adjustments for the efficiency of the line when broke down. Made sure all and any components on line were correct with all work orders. Performed all washouts after batches were completed, with no rejects or micro issues. Had to set up heads on filler according to the variety of shampoo consistencies, making sure that all fill weights weigh within the target fill range in work orders and batch releases. Maintained operations of labels, shrink wrapper, capper, case erector and the palletizer in order to perform an efficient and fast working production of line. Had to keep track of all ordering components to line from warehouse through Reflections system which is all computerized. Performed quality checks on the hour every hour for quality of production going down the line.
Gibson Greeting Cards Co., Covington, Kentucky
292,000 square foot distribution/warehouse facility distributing over 200,000 units per day. 1990 – 2000
Order Filler Lead
Accurately and orderly performed of filling customer orders from prepared documents listing bin numbers and quantities in preparation for packing.
Helped launch automated distribution process from manual system without down time. Exceeded order filling by 150% with excellent accuracy.
Simon Kenton High School, Kentucky-Diploma
Data entry, Word, Excel, Internet Searching, Powerhouse, E-pace, Windows