June 2011 — May 2014
Terry A. Colbert T_COLBERT@HOTMAIL.COM firstname.lastname@example.org
385 N Westhaven G 101 (816) 665-0929 cell
Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54904
University of Toledo Attended
United States Army
Finance and accounting corps
SKILLS & TRAINING:
Completed advanced leadership and diversity training. Computer literate in Microsoft word, excel and power point presentations. Managed torque fastener process to ensure standards are adhered to. Trained in OSHA Regulations, policy and procedures. Expert on lean manufacturing practice and Six Segma training and procedures while in quality depeartment as a supevisor both Chrysler and General Motor Corporation. Strong background in both glass and steel manufacturing, plastic molding, fiberglass. I have supervised assembly lines building both trucks, cars. I now build commercial trucks and millitary armor and non armor vehicles. I have supervised the manufacturing of machined parts for automotive suppliers such as Toyota and others working with kaisen and lean practice production methods.
I have worked for American and Japanese companies giving me a wealth of knoweldge and appreciation of both cultures in business practice and expectations.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 06/12/2011 – present Production Supervisor Oshkosh Defense Oshkosh, Wisconsin
The product line consisted of the MATV special military truck design to protect our troops. We also built several commercial trucks and power train units . The UAW was the union that represented the hourly workers . On time delivery and just in time principles were being followed to keep our lines running effective . Quality and first time through put was measured hourly on each shift this data was used to help us improve our methods and job instructions.
required to keep track of build time and used Kronos and JDE system
this was both rewarding and challenging as this was for our troops in the
military and had to meet the best standards possible. Coached and hep others to reach their goals and encouraged cross training . Measured our use of materials according to lean practice, Meeting customer deadlines and production goals on a monthly schedule