5 Production Control Supervisor Resume Examples

Five Key Resume Tips For Writing A Production Control Supervisor Resume:

1.
Relevant Experience
Make sure that the jobs, experience, and accolades that you include are relevant to the position you’re applying for.
2.
The Right Skills
This is a great time to run wild with those keywords from the job description. For example, if they’re looking for someone with experience in Production Control Department, be sure to list it in your resume’s skills section.
3.
Quantifiable Achievements
Your workplace accomplishments tell the story of the unique value you bring to an organization. Stay away from dry descriptions of job duties. Use numbers to help contextualize your achievements..
4.
ATS-Friendly
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Rebecca Morgan
Production Control Supervisor
Employment History
Production Control Supervisor2019 - Present
The Coca-Cola CompanyBrandon, FL
  • Used Croons Time Keeping and Payroll Software to enter payroll functions for 91 employees in production department.
  • Create and implement control policies and procedures for cooler service technicians and equipment inventory personnel.
  • Ensured product, packaging and raw materials quality plus provide employee training on safety equipment while maintaining good employee relations.
  • Managed and created SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) and generate SPL (Single Point Lesson).
  • Set up machinery ensuring all production materials are available.
  • Implement schedule and policy changes or procedures.
Quality Control Supervisor2017 - 2019
PfizerSan Juan, PR
  • Established GDP and GLP in accordance with Pfizer world-wide policies.
  • Reviewed all manufacturing documentation for release of bulk drug product.
Quality Control Chemist2016 - 2017
PepsiCoSan Juan, PR
  • Create batches and extensive knowledge of LIMS and LABWARE system.
  • Analyze a broad spectrum of raw materials and products using US/NF pharmacopoeia, FCC and JP pharmacopoeia as reference procedure.
  • Managed all aspects of product development from design to production.
  • Conducted flavor analysis of final products and raw materials.
Chemist2011 - 2016
MylanSan Juan, PR
  • Authored and implemented Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Apply knowledge of wet and instrumental chemistry procedures to perform analysis on samples.
  • Managed and audited projects to ensure compliance of state, federal and OSHA regulations.
  • Led a new product development team.
  • Gained experiences in lab-scale research and synthesis, formulation/product development,method development and scale-up synthesis in coordination with processes engineers.
  • Determined concentration, identification of active ingredients and related compounds via HPLC, UPLC, UV and GC.
Education
Bachelor's Degree In Chemistry2008 - 2011
University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras CampusSan Juan, PR
 
 
Contact Information
Brandon, FL
(580) 555-4897
rmorgan@example.com
Skills
QC
Analytical Methods
Procedures
Quality Standards
Hazardous Materials
Usda
Production Schedules
Quality Checks
Production Planning
Product Quality
 
 
Lawrence Grant
Production Control Supervisor
Dallas, TX
(720) 555-6889
lgrant@example.com
Skills
Capacity PlanningSigmaStock RoomForkliftsInventory AdjustmentsSafety StockProduction PlanningGMCustomer OrdersInventory Transactions
 
 
Employment History
Production Control Supervisor2016 - Present
JPMorgan ChaseDallas, TX
  • Acted as the point person for all production operations and collaborate with the stakeholders to improve all processes and guidelines accuracy.
  • Conducted RF system training for new employees.
  • Received Production ordered from CSR Department, Analyzed the data and doing production planning according to customer's requirements.
  • Coach and train employees to improve performance and meet or exceed safety, quality, and production goals.
  • Promote company policies, procedures, and safety programs in addition to specific tasks assigned by Production Manager.
Materials Planner2006 - 2016
WalmartDallas, TX
  • Develop testing and evaluation procedures.
  • Maintained schedules and shop/purchase orders needed to support the master schedule.
  • Analyze demand from major retail customers (Toys R Us, Target, Vonns, etc.)
Inventory Control Specialist2003 - 2006
WalmartDallas, TX
  • Certified to use power equipment such as forklift, scissor jack, electric pallet jack and walkie stacker.
  • Supervised, trained and developed team members in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Unload trucks, separate freight into departments, pull freight to sales floor, inventory management, customer service, etc.
  • Unload trucks, sort through merchandise, run merchandise to sales floor, inventory management, Stock merchandise.
Warehouse Technician2000 - 2003
WalmartDallas, TX
  • unload trucks pick items stock shelves when needed
  • Unload trucks, break down freight, and stock merchandise.
  • Unload trucks, stocked merchandise, used power jack, scissor lift, and operated standing forklift.
  • Organize and maintain the back room by following company safety, cleaning, and operating procedures.
  • Worked Customer Service desk to moderate customer issues, processed returns and reimbursements as appropriate.
Education
High School Diploma of null2000 - 2000
 
 
Anna Sanchez
Production Control Supervisor
Contact Information
College Station, TX
(450) 555-5948
asanchez@example.com
Skills
  • Procedures
  • Improvement Activities
  • Sigma
  • Product Quality
  • Scheduling Activities
  • Daily Production
  • Production Efficiency
  • Visio
  • Company Policies
  • Customer Orders
 
 
Employment History
Production Control Supervisor2019 - Present
Sanderson Farms
College Station, TX
  • Coordinated, set up and implemented standard production operations.
  • Coordinated daily logistics with Purchasing Supervisor.
  • Handled and worked closely with Human Resources on employee issues.
  • Manage transportation and deliveries of products and raw materials.
Materials Planner2009 - 2019
Sanderson Farms
College Station, TX
  • SAP ERP procurement responsible for a direct materials annual budget of $300MM.
  • Manage obsolescence through the Demand Planning Group.
  • Enforced quality/food safety by ensuring FIFO of raw materials, allergen process and GMP practices within the department.
  • Established and ran logistics process coordination for Shanghai warehouse implementation in 2010 saving the company $1.4M.
  • Managed BOM changes by creating ECO's, of change notices from Line-Up/QOO/PCN/ECN's changes from Japan and Manufacturing Engineering.
  • Supported the stockroom and IT Department in preparation for implementation of SAP ERP.
Supply Chain Analyst2006 - 2009
Sanderson Farms
College Station, TX
  • Recognized with Supply Chain Award for being adaptable and positive in a changing environment.
  • Implemented strategic sourcing programs for Wyndham Worldwide resulting in an annual savings of $55 million.
  • Created and administrated a tool (SOE Assessment) for collecting and analyzing the performance of operating units within Supply Chain.
  • Selected as number 1 out of 10 Warehouse Associates to take on newly formed Supply Chain Coordinator role.
  • Managed Summer Analyst - Demand Planning reporting front-end.
  • Lead Demand Planning Replenishment Training weeks 2 and 3 Client Supplier Relationship/SKU Initialization.
Industrial Engineer2005 - 2006
Sanderson Farms
College Station, TX
  • Maintained fault tracking system and documented test procedures.
  • Lead efforts to improve cost and quality initiatives by utilizing Six Sigma and Lean type tools.
  • Designed, using AutoCad, a new loading mask for a Rapid Pack roll-stock machine for deli breast products.
  • Help guests with internet access and complaints.
  • Performed qualification procedures on new production equipment.
  • Conducted time studies and gathered data in Kaizen events.
Education
Bachelor's Degree of Industrial Engineering2002 - 2005
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
 
 
Melissa Rodriguez
Production Control Supervisor
Contact Info
Youngsville, NC
(240) 555-3676
mrodriguez@example.com
Skills
Company Policies
Osha
Part Numbers
Procedures
Direct Supervision
Customer Service
Hand Trucks
Product Quality
Basic Course
Annual Training
Employment History
Production Control Supervisor2020 - Present
Flextronics International USAYoungsville, NC
  • Facilitated effective interdepartmental communication as the lead liaison between the operations team and direct manufacturing.
  • Lead In charge of production floor to repair and ship units back to customers.
  • Managed incoming raw material with the production capabilities of the plant in order to meet customer demand.
Planner/Buyer2010 - 2020
Flextronics International USAYoungsville, NC
  • Placed Purchase/Material Orders in a Timely and Effective Manner to Support Production Plan.
  • Involved in 4 Six Sigma Lean Kiazan events to improve warehouse material flow Site Key User for RTV 1.
  • Work closely with Document Control on any components or ECO that need to be added on BAAN system.
  • Performed QCLDM procedures to develop relationships with suppliers and increased supplier performance levels over a 24 month time frame.
Logistics Specialist2008 - 2010
C.H. RobinsonEastover, SC
  • Leveraged company resources to drive efficiency into customers' supply chain, order management systems and processes.
  • Provided constant and thorough communication to corporate office to respond to client requests as needed.
  • Cost effective implementation of LTL and IMDL (Intermodal) transportation on key client accounts.
  • Completed Over-dimensional and Hazmat freight certification, proficient in Microsoft word, and Navisphere.
Non-Commissioned Officer2006 - 2008
Adjutant generalEastover, SC
  • Perform Funeral Honors for soldiers killed in combat or veterans of the U.S. Army.
  • Serve as Platoon Leader over 40 plus soldiers.
  • Tank Platoon Leader Led 17 soldiers.
Education
High School Diploma of null2006 - 2006
 
 
Kevin Mitchell
Production Control Supervisor
Glen Allen, VA
(690) 555-9821
kmitchell@example.com
Experience
Production Control Supervisor2017 - Present
Tyson FoodsGlen Allen, VA
  • Gained knowledge of product movement, production planning, and material purchasing ending with a detailed report on job process.
  • Reviewed QA and HACCP tech paperwork to assure quality, and government procedures were followed for final check point before government.
  • Provided ERP system expert assistance as needed to others across the organization.
  • Request and record customer orders, and compute bills using cash registers, multicounting machines, or pencil and paper.
Materials Planner2013 - 2017
General ElectricErie, PA
  • Prepared production schedules focusing on on-time delivery.
  • Established a computer aided production control system to monitor production activity from door fabrication to final assembly.
  • Transferred 4090 part numbers, consolidating vendors from 197 to 23 and saved 206,757 sq.
  • Led the production planning team through a successful start-up of company's operations consisting of a 60in.
  • Input of Material Planning Schedule (MPS) in SAP to drive MRP.
Supply Chain Analyst2011 - 2013
Parker HannifinSalt Lake City, UT
  • Cost savings & Lean Practices (5S, High Performance Teams, Six Sigma & Kaizan initiatives).
  • Developed and implemented long-term strategic sourcing initiatives which helped increase OTIF to 96%.
  • Implemented Six Sigma improvements for various division level projects.
  • Provide analytical support and project management for supply chain projects and initiatives.
Industrial Engineer2010 - 2011
Parker HannifinSalt Lake City, UT
  • Improved manufacturing process flow, efficiency, and facility safety using lean manufacturing techniques and kaizen efforts.
  • Assisted management in product development for key customers.
  • Performed Kaizen, SMED, 5S, and TPM events as needed to support the value stream.
  • Co-led the SPC steering committee in division wide implementation and training.
  • Led a Six Sigma Yield Project on Hookline 2; increasing yield from 84% to 91%.
Skills
OshaManagement SystemSupply ChainKaizenCustomer RequirementsSupport ProductionAssembly LineERPSigmaData Collection
Education
Associate's Degree In Mathematics2008 - 2010
University of UtahSalt Lake City, UT
 
 
Rebecca Morgan
Production Control Supervisor
Employment History
Production Control Supervisor2019 - Present
The Coca-Cola CompanyBrandon, FL
  • Used Croons Time Keeping and Payroll Software to enter payroll functions for 91 employees in production department.
  • Create and implement control policies and procedures for cooler service technicians and equipment inventory personnel.
  • Ensured product, packaging and raw materials quality plus provide employee training on safety equipment while maintaining good employee relations.
  • Managed and created SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) and generate SPL (Single Point Lesson).
  • Set up machinery ensuring all production materials are available.
  • Implement schedule and policy changes or procedures.
Quality Control Supervisor2017 - 2019
PfizerSan Juan, PR
  • Established GDP and GLP in accordance with Pfizer world-wide policies.
  • Reviewed all manufacturing documentation for release of bulk drug product.
Quality Control Chemist2016 - 2017
PepsiCoSan Juan, PR
  • Create batches and extensive knowledge of LIMS and LABWARE system.
  • Analyze a broad spectrum of raw materials and products using US/NF pharmacopoeia, FCC and JP pharmacopoeia as reference procedure.
  • Managed all aspects of product development from design to production.
  • Conducted flavor analysis of final products and raw materials.
Chemist2011 - 2016
MylanSan Juan, PR
  • Authored and implemented Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Apply knowledge of wet and instrumental chemistry procedures to perform analysis on samples.
  • Managed and audited projects to ensure compliance of state, federal and OSHA regulations.
  • Led a new product development team.
  • Gained experiences in lab-scale research and synthesis, formulation/product development,method development and scale-up synthesis in coordination with processes engineers.
  • Determined concentration, identification of active ingredients and related compounds via HPLC, UPLC, UV and GC.
Education
Bachelor's Degree In Chemistry2008 - 2011
University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras CampusSan Juan, PR
 
 
Contact Information
Brandon, FL
(580) 555-4897
rmorgan@example.com
Skills
QC
Analytical Methods
Procedures
Quality Standards
Hazardous Materials
Usda
Production Schedules
Quality Checks
Production Planning
Product Quality
 
 
Lawrence Grant
Production Control Supervisor
Dallas, TX
(720) 555-6889
lgrant@example.com
Skills
Capacity PlanningSigmaStock RoomForkliftsInventory AdjustmentsSafety StockProduction PlanningGMCustomer OrdersInventory Transactions
 
 
Employment History
Production Control Supervisor2016 - Present
JPMorgan ChaseDallas, TX
  • Acted as the point person for all production operations and collaborate with the stakeholders to improve all processes and guidelines accuracy.
  • Conducted RF system training for new employees.
  • Received Production ordered from CSR Department, Analyzed the data and doing production planning according to customer's requirements.
  • Coach and train employees to improve performance and meet or exceed safety, quality, and production goals.
  • Promote company policies, procedures, and safety programs in addition to specific tasks assigned by Production Manager.
Materials Planner2006 - 2016
WalmartDallas, TX
  • Develop testing and evaluation procedures.
  • Maintained schedules and shop/purchase orders needed to support the master schedule.
  • Analyze demand from major retail customers (Toys R Us, Target, Vonns, etc.)
Inventory Control Specialist2003 - 2006
WalmartDallas, TX
  • Certified to use power equipment such as forklift, scissor jack, electric pallet jack and walkie stacker.
  • Supervised, trained and developed team members in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Unload trucks, separate freight into departments, pull freight to sales floor, inventory management, customer service, etc.
  • Unload trucks, sort through merchandise, run merchandise to sales floor, inventory management, Stock merchandise.
Warehouse Technician2000 - 2003
WalmartDallas, TX
  • unload trucks pick items stock shelves when needed
  • Unload trucks, break down freight, and stock merchandise.
  • Unload trucks, stocked merchandise, used power jack, scissor lift, and operated standing forklift.
  • Organize and maintain the back room by following company safety, cleaning, and operating procedures.
  • Worked Customer Service desk to moderate customer issues, processed returns and reimbursements as appropriate.
Education
High School Diploma of null2000 - 2000
 
 
Anna Sanchez
Production Control Supervisor
Contact Information
College Station, TX
(450) 555-5948
asanchez@example.com
Skills
  • Procedures
  • Improvement Activities
  • Sigma
  • Product Quality
  • Scheduling Activities
  • Daily Production
  • Production Efficiency
  • Visio
  • Company Policies
  • Customer Orders
 
 
Employment History
Production Control Supervisor2019 - Present
Sanderson Farms
College Station, TX
  • Coordinated, set up and implemented standard production operations.
  • Coordinated daily logistics with Purchasing Supervisor.
  • Handled and worked closely with Human Resources on employee issues.
  • Manage transportation and deliveries of products and raw materials.
Materials Planner2009 - 2019
Sanderson Farms
College Station, TX
  • SAP ERP procurement responsible for a direct materials annual budget of $300MM.
  • Manage obsolescence through the Demand Planning Group.
  • Enforced quality/food safety by ensuring FIFO of raw materials, allergen process and GMP practices within the department.
  • Established and ran logistics process coordination for Shanghai warehouse implementation in 2010 saving the company $1.4M.
  • Managed BOM changes by creating ECO's, of change notices from Line-Up/QOO/PCN/ECN's changes from Japan and Manufacturing Engineering.
  • Supported the stockroom and IT Department in preparation for implementation of SAP ERP.
Supply Chain Analyst2006 - 2009
Sanderson Farms
College Station, TX
  • Recognized with Supply Chain Award for being adaptable and positive in a changing environment.
  • Implemented strategic sourcing programs for Wyndham Worldwide resulting in an annual savings of $55 million.
  • Created and administrated a tool (SOE Assessment) for collecting and analyzing the performance of operating units within Supply Chain.
  • Selected as number 1 out of 10 Warehouse Associates to take on newly formed Supply Chain Coordinator role.
  • Managed Summer Analyst - Demand Planning reporting front-end.
  • Lead Demand Planning Replenishment Training weeks 2 and 3 Client Supplier Relationship/SKU Initialization.
Industrial Engineer2005 - 2006
Sanderson Farms
College Station, TX
  • Maintained fault tracking system and documented test procedures.
  • Lead efforts to improve cost and quality initiatives by utilizing Six Sigma and Lean type tools.
  • Designed, using AutoCad, a new loading mask for a Rapid Pack roll-stock machine for deli breast products.
  • Help guests with internet access and complaints.
  • Performed qualification procedures on new production equipment.
  • Conducted time studies and gathered data in Kaizen events.
Education
Bachelor's Degree of Industrial Engineering2002 - 2005
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
 
 
Melissa Rodriguez
Production Control Supervisor
Contact Info
Youngsville, NC
(240) 555-3676
mrodriguez@example.com
Skills
Company Policies
Osha
Part Numbers
Procedures
Direct Supervision
Customer Service
Hand Trucks
Product Quality
Basic Course
Annual Training
Employment History
Production Control Supervisor2020 - Present
Flextronics International USAYoungsville, NC
  • Facilitated effective interdepartmental communication as the lead liaison between the operations team and direct manufacturing.
  • Lead In charge of production floor to repair and ship units back to customers.
  • Managed incoming raw material with the production capabilities of the plant in order to meet customer demand.
Planner/Buyer2010 - 2020
Flextronics International USAYoungsville, NC
  • Placed Purchase/Material Orders in a Timely and Effective Manner to Support Production Plan.
  • Involved in 4 Six Sigma Lean Kiazan events to improve warehouse material flow Site Key User for RTV 1.
  • Work closely with Document Control on any components or ECO that need to be added on BAAN system.
  • Performed QCLDM procedures to develop relationships with suppliers and increased supplier performance levels over a 24 month time frame.
Logistics Specialist2008 - 2010
C.H. RobinsonEastover, SC
  • Leveraged company resources to drive efficiency into customers' supply chain, order management systems and processes.
  • Provided constant and thorough communication to corporate office to respond to client requests as needed.
  • Cost effective implementation of LTL and IMDL (Intermodal) transportation on key client accounts.
  • Completed Over-dimensional and Hazmat freight certification, proficient in Microsoft word, and Navisphere.
Non-Commissioned Officer2006 - 2008
Adjutant generalEastover, SC
  • Perform Funeral Honors for soldiers killed in combat or veterans of the U.S. Army.
  • Serve as Platoon Leader over 40 plus soldiers.
  • Tank Platoon Leader Led 17 soldiers.
Education
High School Diploma of null2006 - 2006
 

What Should Be Included In A Production Control Supervisor Resume

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1. Add Contact Information To Your Production Control Supervisor Resume

Your name should be the biggest text on the page and be at or near the top of the document.

Your address doesn't need to include your street name or house number - listing your city and state works just fine.

Your email address should be professional, but not your current work email address. It's not a good look to use your work email for personal projects (job-searching).

Your social media can be included if you have a fully-fledged LinkedIn page or another social media page that showcases your relevant skill set.

Production Control Supervisor Resume Contact Information Example #1
JANE MOORE
Montgomery, AL 36043| 333-111-2222 | jane.moore@email.com

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2. Add Your Relevant Education To The Resume

Your resume's education section should include:

  • The name of your school
  • The date you graduated (Month, Year or Year are both appropriate)
  • The name of your degree
If you graduated more than 15 years ago, you should consider dropping your graduation date to avoid age discrimination.

Optional subsections for your education section include:

  • Academic awards (Dean's List, Latin honors, etc. )
  • GPA (if you're a recent graduate and your GPA was 3.5+)
  • Extra certifications
  • Academic projects (thesis, dissertation, etc.)

Other tips to consider when writing your education section include:

  • If you're a recent graduate, you might opt to place your education section above your experience section
  • The more work experience you get, the shorter your education section should be
  • List your education in reverse chronological order, with your most recent and high-ranking degrees first
  • If you haven't graduated yet, you can include "Expected graduation date" to the entry for that school

Production Control Supervisor Resume Relevant Education Example #1
Bachelor's Degree In Industrial Engineering 2014 - 2016
Texas A&M University College Station, TX
Production Control Supervisor Resume Relevant Education Example #2
High School Diploma 2014 - 2016
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3. Next, Create A Production Control Supervisor Skills Section On Your Resume

Your resume's skills section should include the most important keywords from the job description, as long as you actually have those skills. If you haven't started your job search yet, you can look over resumes to get an idea of what skills are the most important.

Here are some tips to keep in mind when writing your resume's skills section:

  • Include 6-12 skills, in bullet point form
  • List mostly hard skills; soft skills are hard to test
  • Emphasize the skills that are most important for the job
Hard skills are generally more important to hiring managers because they relate to on-the-job knowledge and specific experience with a certain technology or process.

Soft skills are also valuable, as they're highly transferable and make you a great person to work alongside, but they're impossible to prove on a resume.

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4. List Your Production Control Supervisor Experience

The most important part of any resume is the experience section. Recruiters and hiring managers expect to see your experience listed in reverse chronological order, meaning that you should begin with your most recent experience and then work backwards.

Don't just list your job duties below each job entry. Instead, make sure most of your bullet points discuss impressive achievements from your past positions. Whenever you can, use numbers to contextualize your accomplishments for the hiring manager reading your resume.

It's okay if you can't include exact percentages or dollar figures. There's a big difference even between saying "Managed a team of engineers" and "Managed a team of 6 engineers over a 9-month project."

Most importantly, make sure that the experience you include is relevant to the job you're applying for. Use the job description to ensure that each bullet point on your resume is appropriate and helpful.


Work History Example # 1
Logistics Coordinator
Old Navy
  • Established inland transportation operations with overseas logistics providers in China, India, and Indonesia, supporting Target-managed import strategy.
  • Developed a Packaging Project for plastic returnable containers with Renault - Utilized SAP Enterprise Resource Planning Software to upload packaging information
  • Worked proficiently in Manhattan TMS system.
  • Complied production reports and used information to ensure accuracy in scanning and locating stockroom items.
  • Enhanced vendor and order management by leading training sessions on the standard procedures of managing freight within the TMS.

Work History Example # 2
Production Control Supervisor
Pilgrim's Pride
  • Maintained an effective working relationship with USDA and ensured the USDA sanitation and processing standards were confidently met or exceeded.
  • Selected to attend extensive Supervisor training, development for future opportunities.
  • Delegated and notified maintenance personnel on a daily basis critical areas for repair in addition to troubleshooting failures.
  • Released a weekly and monthly shipping schedule and directed shipping supervisor on priority orders.
  • Facilitated and conducted quarterly inventory cycle counts to maintain transparency and promote MRP integrity.

Work History Example # 3
Warehouse Technician
Amazon
  • Scanned, inspected, and collected inventory within the picking department using an RF scanner.
  • Performed quality assurance checks to ensure merchandise was in acceptable condition.
  • Demonstrated high standards of performance including teamwork, communication, and customer obsession.
  • Demonstrated excellent job performance in quality, safety, and attendance.
  • Signed all BOL's for incoming loads.

Work History Example # 4
Production Control Supervisor
L'Oreal USA
  • Created complex daily production schedule supporting seven finished good lines and 10 WIP lines for L'Oreal hair colors.
  • Monitored production and batch records as well as FDA documentation.
  • Procured and managed all components for seven finished good lines and 10 WIP lines for L'Oreal hair colors.
  • Reduced distressed inventory levels by 75%, implementing MRP/MPS to efficiently schedule production of 35M pounds.
  • Coordinated sale of chips to a vendor for additional revenue gains for the facility.

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5. Highlight Your Production Control Supervisor Certifications On Resume

Certifications can be a powerful tool to show employers that you know your stuff. If you have any of these certifications, make sure to put them on your production control supervisor resume:

  1. Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM)
  2. Six Sigma Green Belt
  3. Certified Aviation Manager (CAM)
  4. Certified Planning Engineer (CPE)
  5. Master Certified Electronics Technician (CETma)

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6. Finally, Add A Summary Or Objective Statement

A resume summary statement is a 1-3 sentence spiel at the top of your resume that quickly summarizes who you are and what you have to offer. In this section, include your job title, years of experience (if it's 3+), and an impressive accomplishment, if you have space for it.

Remember to address skills and experiences that are emphasized in the job description.

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