Name : Hammertime
Industry Type : Facility - Building Owners
City & State : Hamilton,Ohio
Job Title Maintenance
Relocation Preferences : United States
Objective : To reduce manufacturing costs by creating more reliable equipment. This can be accomplished by utilizing my training and experience
Resume :  

Gregory R. Epperson Objective
To reduce downtime and costs utilizing my experience and training. I have worked on all types of machinery and I would like to share my experience and training to help develop a World Class maintenance organization.

State certified Journeyman Millwright, Machine Repair, and Machine Setter
Welder-Stick, Mig, Tig, Gas and Plasma skills
Gearbox and Power transmission repairs
Crane and Elevator repairs
Conveyor and Packaging repairs
Electrical up to 480vac (secondary training only)
Rebuild electric motors and all types of pumps (Vane, Piston, Centrifugal, Peristaltic)
Repairs to all types of Paper processing equipment (Agitators, Piping, Valving)
Fabrication skills and experience (Design, Fabricate, Weld)
Woodworking skills (Past business and hobby)
Hydraulic and Pneumatic skills, Design and fabrication
PLC-Entry level troubleshooting
Laser alignment experience
Supervisor skills 10 years

Graduated Taft Senior High Hamilton, Ohio 45013
Primary courses- Drafting, Mechanical engineering

Began State apprenticeship program 12/6/82
Completed State apprenticeship program 7/18/86

Harnischfeger institute-Crane Mechanical Maintenance seminar
Course certification completion 2/9&10/1988

Motion Industries- Industrial Training Hydraulics & Pneumatics
FPT-1 completed course 3/15/1994

ISO 14001:1996 Certificate of Completion Internal auditor 10/17/03

Certificate of Merit- Creative leadership course completion 1/15/2008

Relevant Experience
Pacific Manufacturing Fairfield, Ohio 45011 (8/20/2001-8/01/2008
Maintenance technician- PM and repairs to several types of press equipment up to 1000 ton. Maintained scrap conveyors and all related hydraulic and pneumatic equipment. Facility repairs including salting Lots and Drives.
Maintained Kawasaki, Panasonic and Motoman robots (30+) welding, painting and material handling series. PM and repair 250+ resistance welding machines including welding fixtures, pneumatics and cooling systems. All other duties as Assigned by maintenance manager. Crane and wrapping machine PM and repairs.

Maintenance Supervisor- Responsible for all technicians in 3 separate plants. Set up storeroom for critical spare parts and long lead time parts. Developed custom made PM program to be machine specific. Hired and trained all maintenance technicians and developed Skill level tracking and training program. Personally responsible for near 1 million dollar savings due to Kaizens and selective vendor usage.

Other Experience
Champion International Corp. Hamilton, Ohio 45013 (Maintenance 12/6/1982- 2/20/2001)

Millwright-Maintained Paper making machines and all support equipment such as pumps, motors, gearboxes, PIVs, agitators, piping, cranes, Coaters and finishing equipment. Maintained Drum coaters, Cutters, Trimmers, Sheeters and packaging equipment. Made repairs to Hydraulic and pneumatic systems, compressors, condensate pumps, bearings and packing. All aspects of industrial equipment.
Sub foreman/ Reliability coordinator-Responsible for 48 craftsmen to include: Millwrights, Pipe fitters, Electricians, Instrument men, Maintenance support, Tinners and Welders.
As reliability coordinator I wrote PM programs for area equipment. Traveled to States and Countries where we may purchase new equipment to monitor building process and look for possible problem areas that could affect our expected production. Became strongly involved in training center and was used as a SME to develop new training manuals in the Tech center.

References Available Upon Request

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