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Phillip McGlathery

Phillip McGlathery

Supplier Quality Engineer| Excels at leading, managing data, training and developing suppliers

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Bombardier Aerospace

Sr. Supplier Quality Engineer

Led day to day operational activity of Supplier Quality Management group. Developed, planned and scheduled annual audit schedule. Set and exceeded annual goal for audits, accompanied FAA during Supplier Control Audits. Conducted audits on critical parts suppliers. Assigned corrective actions and conducted follow-up.
- Oversaw day to day operations with Supplier Quality Management
- Administered Supplier Quality continuous improvement project for Supplier Quality Manager
- Created Risk-based 3 year Supplier Audit Plan
- Completed 725 audits in 3 years on-site and desktop
- Managed Approved supplier list including new vendor approvals
- Handled 140 Learjet avionics/electronics suppliers using supplier portal
- Spearheaded FAA Quality Systems Audits
- Led a conformity team within new plant
- Developed Supplier Quality training plans
- Processed First Articles AS9102 using net-inspect for approvals

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Career medium 03

Bombardier Aerospace

Quality Engineer

Team orientated and results driven leader with emphasis on building relations with
suppliers and internal organizations. Strong verbal, listening and written skills.
Comfortable interacting with all levels of the organization and public. Able to
negotiate and problem solve quickly, accurately, and efficiently. Adept at multitasking
to achieve individual and team goals
- Oversaw 2 major critical suppliers; reduced non-conformances 52 percent over the previous year
- Team oriented attended program management reviews with critical suppliers
- Maintained and communicated Cost of Poor Quality metrics; reduced scrap rate by 18 percent
- Led defect reduction of non-conformances per aircraft from 110 to 95; reduced 14 percent annually
- Supported corrective action board; used root cause/corrective action to complete 16 problems
- Provided support to multiple Kaizen events; reduced aircraft build hours by 25 percent
- Identified top 10 worst suppliers; assigned corrective actions and completed follow-up

Career

Retired United States Air Force

Education and Training Manager

Developed, interpreted and implemented on-the-job training policy for over 1250 base personnel. Analyzed and compiled training statistical data for trends, advised commanders on corrective actions; increased squadron productivity. Briefed quarterly status of training to Wing Commander; provided clear snapshot of training.
- Managed 24 training managers, developed individual training plans and trained personnel
- Advised Wing Commander on corrective actions; increased training productivity by 25 percent
- Established $894K budget, managed 5 accounts, no discrepancies noted during financial audits
- Counseled 1800 personnel, awarded 735 Community College of the Air Force degrees, unit recognized for 3 Air Force Education Level awards 2002, 2003 and 2004

Career medium 05
Career

CCAF

Associate's Degree, Educational and Instructional Technology

Wayland Baptist University

Occupational Education, Corporate Training and Development