Resume Templates: Advisory Committee Member


John Doe
1234 Fake Lane, MA, 99999, Cell:(000)-000-0000,

Results-driven Engineering Analyst with 13 years’ experience encompassing reliable and maintainable product analysis within manufacturing environments. Resourceful leader who drives quality assurance initiatives and process improvements to streamline operations for efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Reliable professional with strong communication, time management, team building and leadership abilities. Team player who excels in fast-paced challenging environments.


Work Flow Management Configuration Management Team Mentoring/Training

Root Cause Analysis Failure Mode Analysis Problem Resolution

Knowledge Transfer Leadership Exceeded organizational business goals and objectives in the creation of skills and knowledge work packages being transfered to Southern California. Served in the leading role as a trainer and mentor for personnel, assigning tasks and resulting in moving from four weeks behind schedule to consistent delivery prior to deadlines. Process Improvement Innovation Created data linking processes, resulting in comprehensive visibility of the life cycle of a change as it moved through different groups and organizations, having the tool adapted organization wide and improving the quality of responses and reduced response times. Problem Resolution Developed a reputation for expediently resolving problems.

05/2001 to Current ADVISORY COMMITEE MEMBER (Machine Trades) Clover Park Technical College Tacoma, WA Serve as a volunteer on the advisory committee contributing to the development of the first-ever baccalaureate degree offered in the Fall of 2014 for Clover Park Technical College within the Manufacturing Technologies Program. Reviewed curriculum, equipment and class projects to establish a high-standards program, resulting in multiple students being hired directly into journeyman positions and bypassing apprenticeship entry level assignments. Promoted community engagement by supporting area high schools in their participation in FIRST (robotics) competition, receiving a record $7M in grants and contributions. RELIABILITY, MAINTAINABILITY AND TESTABILITY TECHNICAL ANALYST The Boeing Company Renton, WA Collaborate with engineers, project managers and customers regarding design impacts to airline operations. Perform customer impact analysis of design changes to the aircraft. Manage multiple tasks simultaneously throughout the organization, meeting schedule requirements and staying within or under budget. Created work flow management knowledge transfer and training documents, exceeding organization business goals and objectives. Developed a matrix linking seemingly unrelated events and data resulting in improved quality and timeliness of response.

02/2001 to Current