Enthusiastic supply chain professional with senior level manager experience
Strategic Sourcing Manager (Current Employee), Ontario, CA – November 17, 2014
Pros: strong sourcing background
Cons: hard worker
Well versed in building supplier relationships, contract negotiation, lease agreements, cost reduction, and procurement strategies. Specifically, I have extensive experience in the following areas.
• Strong managerial skills, and ability to manage time and resources effectively • Ability to make good and tough decisions under pressure • Lean/Six Sigma • – more... Maximizes the balance between PPV and Inventory • Quick understanding of what it takes to get a job done focusing on customer needs and expectations • Keen sense of value in process and where costs can be adjusted without detriment to function • High Ethical standard, process and compliance focus and implementing GMP (Good Manufacturing Processes) • Clear and Organized/Logical thinker can remain calm under pressure, make sound decision is fast-paced environments • Negotiation and proven cost reduction initiatives (see below) • Capacity Planning and forecasting • Staff development • Dedicated proven to exceed expectation.
Creative and analytical professional with proven ability to develop teams and manage day-to-day operations while exceeding corporate and customer goals. Strong focus on streamlining financial performances, development of strategic relationships, creative approach to problem resolution and proactive planning. – less
Responsible for recruiting, interviewing, coordinating the selection and recruitment process of direct, indirect or administrative labor.
Human Resources Generalist (Current Employee), Tijuana, BCN – May 14, 2014
• Start the process of recruitment for vacancies required interpreting the characteristics of the job and identifying sources of potential candidates. • Conducts search files analyzing requests and recommendations, drafting and placing advertisements in appropriate media, contacting universities and job boards including electronic (Internet) and / or – more... using professional recruitment services. • Analyze the applications received, program Candidate interviews and interviewers and when required performed travel arrangements for interviews conducted outside the company premises. – less
Productive and Fun. Everyone there cares about you as a person.
Supervisor of Returns & Alterations (Former Employee), Ontario, CA – December 14, 2012
A typical day at work was productive and enjoyable. What I learn was how to be a great supervisor and how to treat and appriciate all employees. Management there is very number driven but overall care about you as a person first. Co-workers are very caring want to know who you really are and love to know everything about you. Hardest part of job was – more... going home knowing you could of done more. The most enjoyable part of the job was "SAVING LIVES". – less
My typical day at work it fun and very informative .There is allways something new to learn and i like a challange.My co workers are more than that were like a big family.Like are motto "Together We Safe Lives.I think i work for of the best management team in the world.I love the support I get from my team.The hardest part of my job is not taking work – more... home with me. Meaning i cant live without it.The most enjoyable part of my job is that at the end of the day I know that I have provided a quality product that is of the best quality. – less
The projects and tasks are challenging and interesting
Project Lead Engineer (Current Employee), Casper, WY – October 22, 2012
Overall the department I work with is a group of good engineers and technicians. Each of us have taken leadership rolls to manage and produce new products or research studies for the militrary and police forces around the world.
Company has grown to be very productive of the past several years.
QA Technician (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FL – June 21, 2012
Pros: medical benifits, bonusus, stock pay out and vacation time.
Cons: long hours
Job daily consists of 80 to 90% of time walking and standing during inspections, material verification and testing. Learned lean practices and quality inspection processes. Management believed I had good instincts for the job. I worked with a very skilled set of associates and enjoyed working the lines and processes very much. For me the walking was – more... the hardest part of the job it tended to wear one down. Enjoyed the inspection process verifying the assembly was complete and met specifications. – less