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Mechanical Engineer – Maintenance & Reconditioning Summary
Versatile, accomplished, and results-driven engineering management professional with 7 years experience leading and motivating diverse teams. Sustain safe work environments, drive quality assurance initiatives, improve processes, and streamline operations. Apply continuous improvement principles to increase processes, maintenance efficiency, and company profits. Proven ability to draw, read, and interpret blueprints and schematics. Career highlights include managing the end-to-end implementation of SAP plant maintenance modules and the installation/commissioning of hydraulic and mechanical presses. Strong communication, time management, and team leadership abilities who excels in fast-paced and challenging environments.
Maintenance engineer Team leadership Equipment maintenance Lean manufacturing Ability to translate technical specifications Hydraulic and pneumatic design SAP Project management Talented technical writer Proficient in AutoCAD Strategic planning Six sigma
Foreman-Reconditioning February 2014 to Current Company Name City, State Lead cross-functional team of NDT technicians, inspectors, and machinists. Inspect and calibrate main ship engine parts using micrometers, height gauges, and optical comparators. Analyze and prepare technical data reports to ensure streamline workflow and optimize productivity. Maintain timely and accurate engineering technical reports. Devise continual process improvements, oversee production, and maintain quality. Identify, resolve, and eliminate waste and production constraints. Complete mission-critical projects on time, within budget and to the client specifications. Build rapport with plant personnel. Enforce a safe and clean working environment. Executive Maintenance Engineer March 2012 to March 2013 Company Name City, State Implemented lean manufacturing methodologies on the shop floor. Saved $1000 annually, decreased manpower by automating paper wrapping on mechanical press feeder. Increased production by 136 units by reducing die change over time from 45 to 9 minutes on a SMED (Single Minute Exchange of Die) hydraulic press. Saved $5000 annually by poka-yoking a pneumatic cylinder. Increased flow of oil from the hydraulic pump to improve takt time by 2 seconds. Improved taxt time of hydraulic presses by 5 seconds. Designed and commissioned a belt conveyor to facilitate flow of goods. Reduced production time, manpower, and dents by automating CCM sheet metal feeding. Maintenance Engineer and SAP Specialist May 2008 to March 2012 Company Name City, State Reduced diesel costs by $7,600 annually by reducing the running time of a boiler by 1 hour per day. Established predictive and preventive maintenance verification sheets for boilers, burners, hydraulic/mechanical presses, powder coating equipment, pre-treatment utilities, material handling equipment, chillers, air compressors, resistance welding machines, toxing machines, diesel generators, NC leveler feeders, cooling towers, and special purpose machinery and pneumatic tools. Spearheaded end-to-end implementation of an SAP PM module. Controlled and effectively communicated information on maintenance department workflow, spare parts inventories, repair schedules, and equipment histories.