Operations Leadership & Manufacturing Engineering “All-Stars” #38551, #61075

“I knew that if I failed, I wouldn’t regret that.  But I knew the one thing I might regret is not trying.”  Jeff Bezos

If Bezos didn’t try to launch Amazon.com in 1995, he wouldn’t have been named the world’s wealthiest individual by Forbes in 2021.  M-Works Search Engineering “All-Stars” try as well.  Many times they fail but without doing so they wouldn’t succeed in coming up with a solution to a difficult problem or challenge.

This week, I’m highlighting two “All-Stars.”  Our first is an operations leadership “All-Star” who has extensive plant and multi-site manufacturing experience within injection molding and plastic extrusion settings.  In previous roles, he’s grown EBITDA while reducing costs and increasing safety, productivity, and quality. 

Our second engineer is a manufacturing engineering “All-Star” who has broad based experience within metal fabrication and machining environments.  He’s built upon his engineering skillset to launch new items to production by doing tooling and fixturing design, BOM documentation, CNC programming as well as ongoing process improvement and equipment troubleshooting.

Both of our “All-Stars” are now trying to identify new manufacturing career opportunities where they can build up their experience and skills.  They don’t want to regret failing by not trying to help new manufacturing organizations find new solutions to their operations and manufacturing engineering challenges.  

Could your manufacturing organization benefit from new or additional operations management  or manufacturing engineering expertise?  If so, please call 312.226.4916 or email to discuss how these “All-Stars” could impact your team.  

Best Regards,

Cliff

Operations Manager, Plastic Manufacturing, #38551
-More than 20 years plant and multi-site manufacturing operations leadership experience within plastic injection molding and extrusion settings
-Improved overall safety culture and performance through training, walk throughs and daily safety meetings
-Reduced scrap from 13% to 4.5% through improved training 
-Through CI initiatives, reduced equipment set-up times by working with production teams
-Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Northern Illinois University
-Fluent in Spanish

Manufacturing Engineering, Metal Fabrication and Machining, # 61075
-9 years manufacturing engineering experience in custom metal fabrication and machining settings
-Experience reverse engineering parts as well as designing tooling and fixturing using Solidworks
-Hands on experience doing new item CNC programming and machine trouble shooting
-Mechanical Design and CAD Drafting Certificate, Moraine Valley Community College
-CNC Operations and Programming Certificate, Oakton Community College
-Lean Six Sigma Certificate
-Bachelor of Science, Industrial Management, Southern Illinois University

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