Machining Engineering Leadership “All-Star” #63361

“Timing, perseverance, and ten years of trying will eventually make you look like an overnight success.”  Biz Stone

Biz Stone’s quote made me think of this week’s manufacturing engineering “all-star.”  He is a manufacturing engineering specialist who has “honed” his expertise in precision machining of engineered components over the course of his career. Over that time, he has also become a specialist in applying lean manufacturing tools to improve process efficiency in the plants in which he has worked.

As we finish 2021, he is now on the “hunt” to find a new manufacturing engineering leadership opportunity in Wisconsin where he can apply his experience and successes in grinding, machining, fabrication, and assembly processes where he will help a new manufacturing employer look like an overnight success.

In this competitive job market, engineering professionals are in high demand, especially those with precision machining experience.  Please email or call to learn more about this manufacturing engineering “All-Star” before he is off-market or if you have any other 2022 staffing needs that we can be of help with.

Best Regards,


Manufacturing Engineering Leader, #63361
-More than 20 years diverse manufacturing engineering experience within precision machining, fabrication and assembly oriented settings
-More than 3 years engineering leadership experience in production machining and tool room environments
-Working knowledge of grinding, machining, fabrication, and finishing processes in both high volume and engineered to order plants
-Double disc grinding expertise including capital equipment implementation and reorganizing cells for improved efficiency
-Trained and experienced using lean manufacturing tools to improve processes
-Experienced supporting production with tooling, fixtures, automation and machine improvements
-Bachelor of Science, Industrial Technology Management, University of Wisconsin, Platteville