Automation / Electrical Tech

Name : seabee1526
Industry Type : Related Professions
City & State : Evart,MI
Job Title Automation / Electrical Tech
Relocation Preferences : None
Objective : I am looking to get into a management or supervision position that will expand my career.
Resume :  
Qualifications Summary


Seasoned, tenacious, and technically sophisticated executive, powered with broad-based experience in Preventive Maintenance and Production Support. Show competency in leading all phases of projects to ensure that the total facility, down to the smallest detail, meet user needs while upholding corporate standards, acceptable state of functionality and appearance. Excel in applying state-of-the-art concepts to optimize operational efficiency, productivity, and profitability. Committed to lead multi-functional teams and complete projects within time and budget constraint while establishing long-term quality relationships focused on teamwork, service level, and cost containment. Proven ability in working effectively in fiercely competitive, challenging, and fast-paced environment.

Core Competencies include:

Production Management and Operations Technical Support and Service Repair
Quality Control and Regulatory Compliance Cost Control and Budget Implementation
Continuous Process / Performance Improvement Problem Resolution and Decision Making
Leadership, Training, and Team Building Organized with Strong Analytical Abilities
Articulate Oral and Written Communication Outstanding Customer Service and Relations

Professional Experience


VENTRA, EVART LLC (FORMALLY KNOWN AS COLLINS & AIKMAN AND TEXTRON)  EVART, MI (1993PRESENT)

Automation Technician / Electrical Maintenance Technician, Ventra, Evart LLC2007Present
Instrumental in maintaining the functionality of all equipment in the plant during production operations
Presided in the mobile maintenance team throughout US and Canada to ensure on-time project completion
Supported the Corporate Automation Manager with the design, installation, programming, print drawing or modification and initialization of new automation cells throughout the corporation in US, Canada, and Europe
Conducted training to lower grade maintenance and electricians focused on setting up, troubleshooting, repairing, and programming Fanuc, ABB, and Husky robots
Repaired and rebuilt electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics, plumbing, cooling systems, material feed systems, air make up systems, material drying systems, test equipment, fire suppression systems, part preparation system, paint system, thermo oxidation system, calibrate the Gas Techs (explosive gas sensors in the paint stacks)
Calibrated the temperature recorders and certified the results for the State of Michigan of the thermo oxidation system and all other aspects of a automotive parts production plant

Electrical Maintenance Technician, Collins & Aikman, Evart Operations19932007
Played a vital role in troubleshooting, repairing, and conducting minor programming of the processors on plastic injection presses
Regarded as integral member of the Emergency Reaction Team for consistent demonstration of high-degree of personal commitment, efficiency and, professionalism

Various Positions in UAW19942005
Fulfilled numerous roles and responsibilities such as Shift Steward for 400 employees; Bargaining Committee Chairman for 1250 employees; Vice President for four units; Veterans Committee Chairman; Constitutional Convention Delegate; and UAW International Convention Credentials Committee Chairman in 2002

UNITED STATES NAVAL RESERVES  MOUNT CLEMENS, MI (1994RETIRED)

Battalion / Construction Mechanic Chief20082010
Provide expert oversight to 78 construction mechanics along with 18 pieces of Construction Engineering Support Equipment (CESE)
Direct all aspects of the 3M preventive maintenance program to improve operational efficiency and productivity
Assume full responsibility in approving schedules, ordering preventing maintenance / repair parts including manpower requirements
Administer and forecast annual budget for repair parts, consumables, fuel and manpower to fund operations, maximize investments, and increase efficiency

Detachment Officer in Charge20072008
Diligently managed daily operational aspects of a 58-man detachment to ensure compliance with all policies and procedures toward fulfillment of corporate mission and goals
Facilitated training and prepared personnel for deployment; delegated personnel who will carry out the mission
Worked collaboratively with the Battalion and Naval Operational Support Center to meet all administrative obligations

Leading Petty Officer (LPO) for the 1st Heavy Air Detachment20062007
Displayed unsurpassed leadership and guidance to all naval personnel to accomplish the Navys mission effectively
Primarily held responsible for discipline and welfare of 143 troops in training prior to mobilization
Oversaw the 22nd NCR FWD Log cell consisting of four troops, $370,000+ of MWR gear sent North into IRAQ, and 2400 line items valued at $5 million+

Battalion Disaster Preparedness Officer20052008
Analyzed and evaluated the disaster plan for the battalion to enhance their ability in responding to a disaster
Ensured proper measures were taken for possible chemical attacks during field exercises
Educated and trained troops on the proper use of chemical, biological, and radiological equipment and reports

Assistant Officer in Charge (AOIC) of Detachment20042006
Strictly adhered to Detachment OIC, Command Master Chief, and Battalion Commanding Officers directives
Compiled and maintained all reports on projects status, training, medical status, and readiness for mobilization
Spearheaded, trained, and mentored junior troops to develop their competencies and optimize performance

Training Department LPO / PISTOL Coordinator20032005
Interacted with various departments to address and resolve any issues and problems within time constraints
Regularly informed Detachment PISTOL Coordinators on pending issues and proposed innovative recommendations
Accurately entered information into the database to ensure battalion receives proper credit for the training and skills achieved

Seabee Military Instructor19942005
Instructed reserve personnel in basic military methods, tactics, light and heavy weapons employment
Organized training schedule as well as prepared training materials and the location designated for the training
Complied with program guidelines and effectively measured the students progress on all mandated objectives
Crew Leader19962004
Oversaw crew activities, arranged work schedules, assigned specific duties, and followed all safety regulations
Received project information, researched tasking, draw plans, prepared material list, and ordered materials
Completed project on time, recorded hours and any documents required, cleaned site and turn over to customer for approval

Prior Work History


MAINTENANCE MECHANIC  FROST BITE BRANDS, COUNTRY FRESH, CLARE, MI19911993
JOURNEYMAN LIFT TRUCK MECHANIC  YALE MATERIAL HANDLING, LIVONIA, MI19891991
LIFT TRUCK MECHANIC / MILLWRIGHT  JAMES RIVER PAPER CORPORATION, ROCHESTER, MI19811989
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR / ADMIN CLERK  UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS, JACKSONVILLE, NC19771981

Education


ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY
 Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI: 1997-2001

Certifications


Security Clearance, U.S. Government Secret Security Clearance: Jan 2007
UAW Electrician Journeyman's Card: Aug 2006
Teamsters Lift Truck Mechanic Journeyman's Card: Sep 1990

Professional Training


Attended numerous Military courses such as Leadership Courses, Diversity Training, Sexual Assault Victim Advocate, 3M Maintenance Program, Military Tactics, Instructor Training: 1994Present
Sexual Assault Victim Intervention (SAVI) Advocate and Command Representative Training: Oct 2006
Disaster Preparedness Operations Specialist Training Program (160 hours): Sep 2005
Maintenance Technician Training (150 hours): Jun 1995
Industrial Equipment Mechanics Program (610 hours): Dec 1986

Awards and Honors


Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (4)

Technical Skills


Microsoft Office Suite, Navy 3M Program, Visio, PLCs, Fanuc & ABB Robots, MIG, TIG and ARC Welding, Shop Equipment, Electronic Component Soldering and Electronic Test Equipment


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