Manufacturing Engineering Project Management “All-Star”#63423

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” — Martin Luther King, Jr.

MLK Jr’s quote fits this Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Project Management “All-Star” well because in any manufacturing project leadership role, you stand in the middle of engineering and operations which is not always a comfortable and convenient position.

As a project manager with a leading manufacturer, this manufacturing and project management “All-Star” combines a mechanical engineering background from a leading Big 10 university with experience in both design engineering and manufacturing engineering roles. He currently is responsible for leading manufacturing and new product launch projects in a multi-site manufacturing setting.

He is now ready to “stand” in a new role where he can help a manufacturing organization overcome challenge and controversy in a manufacturing leadership capacity.

Do you have a need for engineering project management expertise?  Then, please give me a call at 312.226.4916 to discuss how this manufacturing engineering “All-Star” could impact your team and manufacturing floor. 

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Manufacturing Engineering Project Leader, #63423
-More than 6 years of project management leadership experience within automotive assembly oriented settings 
-Experienced with budgeting, planning, scheduling and managing capital equipment projects 
-Proficient working in cross-functional teams to launch new designs and products into production
-Worked with engineering teams to develop new process to increase production rate
-Led a new product launch to improve quality while reducing warranty costs
-Worked with engineering and quality groups to develop new tooling and fixtures to improve assembly productivity
-Proficient with NX modeling and Teamcenter file management software
-Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering with emphasis in design and manufacturing