Bryan Loveland 23893 Five Tribes Trail Murrieta, Ca 92562 firstname.lastname@example.org (760)908-9368 TE Connectivity 2014 – Present Oceanside, Ca. 1st Shift Production Supervisor Responsible for 55 employees; Coordinates with other departments including engineering, quality, maintenance and upper management to communicate production needs; Involved in several Kaizen events; Trains machinists from beginner to advanced how to setup CNC Lathes; Created training matrix for CNC's; Organized TPM for metal shop; Drives production using lean tools; Enforces 5s+1 standards; Implements new machining methods to increase throughput; Leads continuous improvement team ; Uses SAP to create PO's and record production confirmations; Created compensation matrix to improve internal equity; Regularly meets with corporate to discuss progress and communicate shop needs; Participates in Gemba walks and addresses any related safety concerns; Meets with vendors daily. Waterstone Faucets 2013 - 2014 Murrieta, Ca. CNC Lathe Machinist Waterstone is a manufacturer of high end water faucets. My responsibilities included setting up and operating Hwaechon CNC lathes with live mil ing. I spent a lot of time training other employees as wel as troubleshooting and reprogramming.
Leeper Manufacturing 2010 – 2012 Ful erton, Ca. CNC Lathe Machinist/2nd Shift Supervisor Leeper mfg. is an after -market automotive part manufacturer specializing in lean manufacturing. It was my job to set-up multiple Doosan lathes for long production runs. I also was responsible for setting-up and operating lathes for short run and prototype parts. My set-ups included boring hard and soft jaws, loading and proving programs, loading and teaching tools, troubleshooting machine problems, machine maintenance and teaching and supervising machine operators while operating the machines I had set- up. The last six months I was with this company I was moved to second shift to supervise production and was responsible for 4 other employees. Cal Precision 2010 Riverside, Ca. CNC Lathe Machinist My main responsibility at Cal Precision is to set-up and operate a Haas CNC Lathe with Fanuc controls. This includes major programming edits, turning soft jaws and routine machine maintenance. Cal Precision is a job shop with 2 or 3 set-ups per day. I’ve also operated CNC mil s. Marples Gears 2006 - 2008 San Gabriel, CA CNC Lathe Machinist Marples manufactures complex ultra-precision gears for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena among others. One of the gears I manufactured recently is going on the Mars Rover 2009 project. I am responsible for programming, setting-up and operating two Miyano CNC Lathes with live tooling and Fanuc controls
Shur-lok 1996 – 1999 2005 - 2006 Irvine, CA CNC Lathe Machinist Shur-Lok is an aerospace fastener manufacturing company and a Boeing sub-contractor. I was trained on several different machines including a Miyano CNC lathe and a Hardinge CNC lathe, both with Fanuc controls, a horizontal mil , a Robodril , two automatic saws and a Cincinatti centerless grinder. Redlands Galleria 2003 - 2004 Redlands, CA Store Manager At the Gal eria I was the Store manager of a 37,000 sq ft antique mal with over 100 dealers. I was responsible for the supervision and scheduling of 10 employees as wel as driving sales for each individual dealer. At the end of every month I had to run rental reports and write the appropriate check or collect the remaining rent for al dealers. The Redlands Gal eria was only one of four stores that the owner operated and because of that I worked without supervision most of the time. When I started, the business was ready to fold but by the time I left it was thriving. I was able to double the sales and double the rent collected by maximizing the space we had. While the other three stores were struggling, the Redlands store was overwhelmed with business