A challenging, responsible position in a manufacturing environment.
o Whirlpool Corporation, Manufacturing Supervisor, March, 1997 â€“ Present
Directly accountable for the Dehumidifier Operations Department objectives, including all production, quality
and technical aspects. Coordinate manpower requirements. Safety Representative, member of the Partnershop
Committee, 1995 Cross-Functional Team Captain. Expertise in providing coaching and monitoring multiple
work teams in supporting Goal Directed Work Teams. Have computer skills in computer programs, including
WMCS and PATS.
o Whirlpool Corporation, Material Supervisor, February, 1997 â€“ March, 1997
Coordination and implementation of procedures for Common Parts RIP Area. Responsible for the items in the
stacker was being removed. Ordering of the Mylar and Corner Labels. Coordination of FDD, RSVP, Receiving
and Disposable Truckers.
o Whirlpool Corporation, RAC Supervisor, December, 1995 â€“ February, 1997
Directly accountable for the LMP, including all production, quality and technical aspects of LMP,
Manpower Coordinator, DFT, KANBAN, Safety and Goal Directed Work Teams.
o Whirlpool Corporation â€“ LaVergne Division:
C.A.L. Auditor On/Off Line, December, 1986 â€“ June, 1987
Group Leader, Room Air Conditioner, February, 1985 â€“ December, 1986
Group Leader, Dehumidifier, May, 1984 â€“ June, 1988
Director, Plant Emergency Organization, May, 1998 - Present
Facilitator and Facilitator Training, Computer Knowledge Skills (Micro Soft Word, Excel, Power Point, JUMP)
o Price Supply Company, February, 1983 â€“ December, 1984
Sales of supplies to customers also, called on new and old clients.
o Mercer Corporation, March, 1981 â€“ February, 1983
Sales and installation of hot melts and repair of units.
o Nuturn Corporation, April, 1977 â€“ December, 1981
Tow Motor Driver
o Maplewood High School, 1976
o University Of Tennessee â€“ Nashville, 1976 - 1977
o Nashville Tech, 1995 - 1997
References (available upon request)
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