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Top 50 Production Superintendent Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Production Superintendent. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Production Superintendent resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.0% of Production Superintendent resumes contained Safety Procedures as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Production Superintendent actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Production Superintendent:

1. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Developed written safety procedures for proper storage and handling of newly developed weapons systems.
  • Performed quality assurance inspections, promoted/evaluated safety procedures for over 1500 assigned personnel.
  • Developed guidelines and policies for Safety procedures for the entire operation.
  • Implement company policies, safety procedures, equipment and general housekeeping.
  • Train operations personnel on operating and safety procedures.
  • Enforce safety procedures and safety protocol.
  • Advised production teams on training programs, safety procedures, technical order changes, and on-board equipment kits updates.
  • Conduct employee training in equipment operations or work and safety procedures, or assign employee training to experienced workers.
  • Ensured safety procedures and practices were followed.
  • Managed 2 department supervisors and 24 line personnel in a 430,000 s/f facility Assured all production and safety procedures were followed.

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2. Production Supervisors

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Here's how Production Supervisors is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Authored training plan for inexperienced flight line production supervisors; comprehensive qualification program significantly enhanced unit's mission readiness capabilities.
  • Work closely with production supervisors to increase productivity and profitability within the manufacturing operation.
  • Optimized functionality of production department with 90 union employees and five production supervisors.
  • Coordinated structural repair actions with production supervisors and depot engineers.
  • Supervised six production supervisors and eight lab technicians.
  • Supervised 20 production supervisors and expediters.
  • Managed a workforce of 6 Production Supervisors, 1 Quality Supervisor, 1 Materials Supervisor and 200 hourly team members.
  • Work closely with production supervisors, reducing direct and indirect labor by 7% in the catalytic converter area.
  • Achieved all department objectives by effectively directing and coaching two production supervisors and 165 hourly employees.
  • Review all consumer responses issues with production supervisors and line employees to eliminate repetitive complains.
  • Manage 7 Production Supervisors and 2 Maintenance Supervisors, along with 220 hourly employees.
  • Train and task certified newly assigned and deploying Production Supervisors and Maintenance Officers.
  • Perform a weekly meeting with Plant Manager and Production Supervisors to review KPI.
  • Manage the hiring, training and professional development of all production supervisors.
  • Manage 10 Production supervisors and 250 hourly employees in a union environment.
  • Led a team of 4 exempt production supervisors and 36 hourly employees.
  • Directed reports for 7 Production Supervisors.
  • Executed training programs including those to certify 10 production supervisors and expeditors, which increased department production capabilities by 50%.
  • Lead production supervisors -Compliance with the guidelines of Lean Manufacturing achieving to increase of 75% to 90%.
  • Supervised 3 Production Supervisors, 2 Production Leads, 1 Warehouse Lead and 4 Production Lines.

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3. Aircraft Parts

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Here's how Aircraft Parts is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Established daily and long-range maintenance equipment and aircraft parts acquisition priorities.
  • Trained and qualified to research aircraft parts within the applicable publication order system and proper supply procedures.
  • Verify status conditions on aircraft parts and authorized cannibalization of parts within the unit.

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4. Process Improvement

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Here's how Process Improvement is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Conducted weekly feedback sessions with management and hourly staff to solicit process improvement initiatives and remove operational roadblocks and obstacles.
  • Experienced in interpreting performance metrics, process improvement, and lean initiatives to overcome equipment and personnel shortfalls.
  • Coordinated process improvement initiatives to strengthen and grow emerging processes and establish continuity of operations.
  • Lauded for demonstrating continuous process improvement mindset and praised as instrumental to overall operational success.
  • Recommended methods to improve maintenance procedures through process improvement and quality initiatives.
  • Provided input regarding new areas of opportunity and process improvements.
  • Led Process improvement efforts, including production line modernization.
  • Orchestrated quality, process improvement, and cost-reduction initiatives.
  • Discerned root causes/investigated processes using process improvement techniques.
  • Identified inefficiencies and made recommendations for process improvements.
  • Improved plant efficiency by assisting in the development and implementation of process improvements, which increased throughput 25%.
  • Lead, plan, and participate in process improvement, cost reductions, and continuous improvement projects.
  • Implement operational process improvements to improve paper yield 1.1% equivalent to $200K annual savings.
  • Initiate manning reduction studies identify areas of waste, non value added and process improvement.
  • Facilitated two process improvement teams that resulted in $658,000 savings for the company.
  • Implemented and maintained lean manufacturing concepts in process improvement; maintained QS 9000 standards.
  • Utilize and drive the principles of process improvements (Lean and/or 5S).
  • Identified and implemented process improvements yielding 400% improved catalyst life.
  • Led and support process improvement activities with formal and informal teams.
  • Key member during LEAN process improvement.

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5. Production Schedules

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Here's how Production Schedules is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Maintained production schedules and inventory levels * Assured safety standard and conducted weekly safety and quality meetings.
  • Developed and reviewed staffing schedules and production schedules to insure product availability for customers.
  • Coordinated the execution of production schedules against sales forecast and plant capacity.
  • Supervised production schedules, production quality and on time delivery.
  • Prioritized production schedules and manpower requirements for assigned areas.
  • Evaluate production requirements and determine production schedules.
  • Provided Wing leadership w/management oversight & technical guidance; ensured aircraft production schedules were met on time.
  • Achieve Production schedules, defect free work, scrap control and maximization of efficiency standards.
  • Optimized electrical energy costs by adopting Time of Use billing, and adjusting production schedules.
  • Read and analyzed charts, work orders and production schedules to determine production requirements.
  • Maintain operation of plant to meet budget standards, production schedules and quality standards.
  • Eliminated the need for part-time employees during the holiday season by changing production schedules.
  • Completed production schedules for 5 years with a 95 to 100% delivery achievement.
  • Maintained all production schedules and insured performance metrics were satisfied for these areas.
  • Planned production schedules for 70,000 tons per month of kaolin clay products.
  • Supervised, established and coordinated the production schedules in the factory.
  • Integrated the capital project with existing production schedules and demands.
  • Established and adjusted work procedures to meet production schedules.
  • Planned and scheduled work to meet production schedules.
  • Trained section personnel to meet production schedules.

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6. Maintenance Actions

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Here's how Maintenance Actions is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Authorized to perform -In-Progress- inspections during maintenance and accomplish -Exceptional Release- authority certifying aircraft for flight following maintenance actions.
  • Coordinated and scheduled maintenance actions with nine wing units to accomplish demanding and complex mission requirements.
  • Directed aircraft generation and maintenance actions required for emergency war orders and contingency plans.
  • Ensured the timely completion of over 21,000 scheduled/unscheduled maintenance actions annually.
  • Inspected and evaluated maintenance actions to determine operational status.
  • Led maintenance actions during Pacific Command Maintenance Standardization Evaluation Team visit, leading the unit to a 94% pass rate.
  • Led 19 deployed Airmen in 80 E-3 AWACS Recoveries with over 800 hours flown and 200 maintenance actions completed.
  • Planned and scheduled maintenance actions, across 2 Aircraft Maintenance Units, to meet daily and weekly flying schedule.
  • Coordinated maintenance actions with group and wing level agencies in support of aircraft inspections and depot level repairs.
  • Prioritized maintenance actions performed by 300 technicians, generating over 655 flights totaling over 3,400 flying hours annually.
  • Directed 10,000 maintenance actions/38 depot level repairs, saved the Air Force $90,000 in maintenance costs.
  • Directed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance actions on 14 strategic strike B-52s valued at $1.2 billion.
  • Supervised flight line operations to insure quality, safety, and timeliness of maintenance actions.
  • Provide clear communication with all support shops to ensure quick and effective maintenance actions.
  • Enforced the use of technical guidance and proper documentation of all maintenance actions.
  • Led execution of 11,793 maintenance actions enabling 5,338 operations with 23,100 flying hours.
  • Direct all aircraft maintenance actions and sortie production to meet mission requirements.
  • Directed 2,500 inspections and 2,000 maintenance actions as Production Superintendent.
  • Managed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance actions for 20 B-52 aircraft.
  • Key Accomplishments Led the completion of 78 thousand maintenance actions with a 93.9% quality assurance pass rate.

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7. Squadron

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Here's how Squadron is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Developed, implemented, maintained and coordinated all squadron procedural and emergency action checklists.
  • Briefed Maintenance Group Commander and Squadron Commander on mission capabilities.
  • Led a team of 13 direct reports/250 in-direct reports in execution of flight line operations for the 2nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron.
  • Managed squadrons' yearly flying hour and scheduled maintenance programs for assigned aircraft and equipment valued at approximately $1 billion.
  • Briefed Maintenance Group and Maintenance Squadron leadership on daily and monthly flying schedules and maintenance actions scheduled, in-work or completed.
  • Maintained 24-hour squadron point of contact for all staff and unit members for normal and emergency notifications.
  • Briefed group and squadron commanders daily status of aircraft, parts, and maintenance capabilities.
  • Coordinated maintenance requirements with squadron leadership, scheduling, government contractors, and other agencies.
  • Received the 57th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Senior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year for 2004 and 2005
  • Led maintenance production effort of a 500 squadron personnel, from 17 diverse job specialties.
  • Coordinated aircraft maintenance requirements in support of 82 aircraft and 3 combat flying squadrons.
  • Supervised squadron personnel in improving completion of scheduled maintenance by 40%.
  • Gathered, compiled and reported maintenance and trend data for squadron leadership.
  • Developed, planed, and implemented actions for all squadron aircraft deployments.
  • Achieved Excellent rating in 2010 for squadron for flawless maintenance practices.
  • Represented squadron in group, wing and base level meetings.
  • Selected as the Squadrons Maintenance professional of the quarter 2006
  • Named as the Senior NCO of the year for the 71st Fighter Squadron in 1996.
  • Performed Exceptional Release and consistently ensured highest levels of safety and quality for equipment supporting mission critical Air Force/squadron objectives.
  • Led squadron monthly training scenarios for nuclear operations readiness, readied 16 aircraft, and 296 personnel for combat actions.

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8. Daily Operations

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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Provide direct supervision of daily operations and assisted with the training of Chinese Nationals in production operations.
  • Monitored daily operations and performance making recommendations to improve profitability.
  • Reported directly to Plant Manager on daily operations.
  • Manage and direct 180-maintenance personnel from seven specialties to meet daily operations including training, wartime readiness with supply requirements.
  • Directed daily operations in 5 different plastics processes to ensure safety, quality, cost and delivery were achieved.
  • Conducted monthly office visits to ensure supervisors were productive, compliant, and safe during daily operations.
  • Oversee the daily operations and production of new homes; from breaking ground to homeowner move in.
  • Coordinated daily operations and morning staff meetings, addressed and resolved personnel and job related issues.
  • Supervised and monitored production schedules and the daily operations of this Flat Glass Production Plant.
  • Executed daily operations of EMPAC CMMS system, work order scheduling and personnel utilization.
  • Managed daily operations including staff of five technicians for 300 ton/day air separation plant.
  • Directed daily operations supporting 14 FA-18 aircraft valued at $22 million each.
  • Supplied all production lines with materials to carry out daily operations.
  • Trouble shoot fabrication situations, direct employees in daily operations.
  • Managed daily operations, Safety, logistics and Compliance.
  • Manage the daily operations of a multi million-dollar compression and injection molding production facility to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Supervised daily operations for the multi-purpose reactor and drumming units.
  • Prepared daily operations production reports.
  • Upgraded SOP's, GMP's and related documentation to meet regulatory standards Conducted daily operations and safety tail gate meeting.
  • manage and advise maintenance leaders on daily operations of 57 cargo aircraft valued over $11.4 billion.

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9. Logistics

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Here's how Logistics is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Led seven logistics support, aircraft maintenance and analysis personnel providing single-point control for maintenance on Operational Test and Evaluation aircraft.
  • Balanced manpower, resources with maintenance logistics to maximize organization's ability to meet higher headquarters and overseas contingency operations.
  • Balanced manpower requirements and resources with aircraft logistics requirements to maximize the organization's ability to meeting assigned objectives.
  • Coordinated all maintenance functions and supply/logistics activities with responsible organizations.
  • Coordinated maintenance and supply logistics for unit deployments.
  • Directed, controlled and executed maintenance, sortie generation and logistics effort for B- 1B aircraft valued at $3.9 billion.
  • Coordinated with planning, logistics and finance departments for scheduling, production attainment to plan, and budget preparations.
  • Developed and implemented long range logistics plans which ensured aircraft availability required to support Wing's Test programs.
  • Coordinated logistics support for MiG-29 Fulcrum, PA-200 Tornado and F-4 Phantom aircraft with German Air Force Command.
  • Led staff of 35 in resource management, logistics, medical equipment, pharmacy, and facility management.
  • Coordinated global vehicle recovery efforts, oversaw maintenance & logistics and saved program over $1MM annually.
  • Managed $2.3M logistics budget/unique F-15 test assets; fills lead production superintendent position when required.
  • Governed logistics for $1.7 Billion budget, to include utilizing risk management and forecast methodologies.
  • Captured 301 aircraft departures with just 37 logistics delays; beat standard by 12%.
  • Guided the logistics of staff and equipment to include four helicopters and ten boats.
  • Maintained a 98 to 100% maintenance scheduling-effectiveness rate; cited as Logistics Expert.
  • Prepared four flights consisting of 400 personnel for 2011 Logistics Compliance Assessment Program Inspection.
  • Coordinated with Logistics Center and McDonnell Douglas engineers to repair C-17s.
  • Researched logistics support and funding.
  • Coordinated all production efforts with WR-Air Logistics Command.

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10. Maintenance Production

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Here's how Maintenance Production is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Monitored aircraft fleet/health status, planned maintenance production and developed and implemented short/long term goals and objectives.
  • Developed, prioritized and implemented daily maintenance production plans, ensuring personnel and resources are available.
  • Supervised 100 individuals from 7 different specialties supporting aircraft maintenance production.
  • Performed as weekend duty F-22 contractor maintenance production superintendent.
  • Direct 580 maintenance technicians and manage the maintenance production efforts on 28 assigned B-52 aircraft valued at $2.1 billion dollars.
  • Managed and advised maintenance production of 321 personnel in 10 different career fields in support of mission requirements.
  • Directed all maintenance production efforts involving 566 technicians in 41 geographically separated work centers with 20 aircraft specialties.
  • Managed, planned, organized and directed aircraft maintenance production efforts on two C-130E and five HC-130P aircraft.
  • Manage the maintenance production effort by assigning priorities and building teams to meet the flying and maintenance schedules.
  • Led maintenance production effort for 120 personnel and drove support for $600M C-5 Avionics Modernization program.
  • Led 386 maintenance personnel in 13 diverse work-centers, established/enforced policies and set maintenance production levels.
  • Prioritized, scheduled, and coordinated with multiple agencies for all levels of maintenance production.
  • Directed the activities in the performance of aircraft sortie generation and maintenance production.
  • Single point of contact for all decisions relating to aircraft maintenance production.
  • Implemented maintenance production actions in support of 4,700 flying sorties annually.
  • Managed aircraft maintenance production and various programs for a maintenance unit.
  • Attended the daily maintenance production and scheduling meeting.
  • Attended the MXG daily maintenance production/scheduling meeting.
  • Managed all intermediate-level maintenance production efforts and 28 major isochronal aircraft inspections per year.
  • Managed all aspects of safe aircraft maintenance production, fleet management, supply requirements, mission generating and recovery.

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11. Direct Reports

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Here's how Direct Reports is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Acted as mentor and coach to all direct reports, focusing on achieving individual performance goals in support of corporate standards.
  • Supervised 6 direct reports and 190 indirect reports in the manufacturing of sponges, alcohol pads and specialized wound care products.
  • Managed direct reports, which include Assistant Supervisor, Lead Utilities, Utilities and a production force of 50 members.
  • Develop skills sets and knowledge base of direct reports by building a culture of positive morale and enthusiasm.
  • Led 6 salaried direct reports and 200 hourly to meet and exceed departmental metrics using a team approach.
  • Coach, mentor, and train leadership to continuously improve processes and their direct reports skill sets.
  • Manage direct and indirect reports, including specialists, training organization, supervisors, and operators.
  • Developed and coached my direct reports as they transitioned to other areas of the organization.
  • Manage 28 direct reports on three different shifts that operate on a 27/7 basis.
  • Managed 4 direct reports and responsible for 110 production personnel.
  • Prepare and conduct performance reviews for direct reports annually.
  • Developed direct reports through coaching and mentoring.
  • Managed multi-shift operations of a manufacturing factory with 3 direct reports and approximately 100 indirect reports.
  • Schedule direct reports in daily production assignments.Perform annual and semi-annual performance review of direct reports.
  • Key Accomplishments Managed direct reports to exceed required mercury exposure goals.
  • Managed 4 direct reports and indirectly all hourly production employees Achieved production record for Total Tons Per Day in 2011.
  • Direct reports 3 supervisors responsible for 54 direct labor employees (assemblers and mechanic operators) and a Maintenance Engr.
  • Managed the overall operations described above with 3 direct reports and 132 operating personnel.
  • Supervised and directed daily workflow of all direct reports and their party service crews.
  • Managed multi-shift factory operations with 4 direct reports and 150 indirect reports.

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12. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Created and implemented Preventative Maintenance Program to ensure potential problems could be identified and avoided.
  • Collaborate with Maintenance Manager on preventative maintenance schedule and activities.
  • Manage Preventative Maintenance Program to efficiently monitor and track progress.
  • Implement and maintain preventative maintenance programs.
  • Implemented new product inspection procedures and preventative maintenance that increased product quality by 3%.
  • Performed aircraft scheduling for daily, weekly, and monthly flying and preventative maintenance.
  • Served as Production Manager, and accountable for setting schedules for preventative maintenance.
  • Manage multi-shift corrugating operations*Manage safety operations*Manage predictive and preventative maintenance program*Develop operational procedures and train employees at all levels
  • Developed Preventative Maintenance system for manufacturing equipment, reducing downtime and improving plant efficiencies.

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13. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Managed DoD Sensitive Reconnaissance Operation Response Exercise flawlessly generated eight combat-ready aircraft 1 hour ahead of schedule.
  • Worked closely with contracted aircraft upgrades/modifications to balance aircrew training and combat readiness.
  • Support and prioritize maintenance for ongoing combat search/rescue alert force in southwest Asia and in Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.
  • Certified CPR and first aid instructor which provided training to all members of the unit prior to combat operations.
  • Ensured aircraft can be generated to the highest state of combat readiness for conventional and nuclear missions.
  • Organize daily maintenance ensuring weekly, monthly, and quarterly flying schedules and maintenance reflect combat capabilities.
  • Managed sortie support for 68 F-16CJ Block 50 and A/OA-10 aircraft flying 12,000 combat training sorties annually.
  • Monitored availability of personnel to support flight line and in-shop maintenance for three combat-ready flying squadrons.
  • Manage the U-2 fleet health to maximize availability for initial, continuation, and combat training.
  • Coordinated unit maintenance schedules, sortie production, resulting in 165 combat ready F-22 pilots.
  • Provided combat-ready aircraft for alert scrambles and close-air support for ground forces in hostile contact.
  • Ensured safe and reliable aircraft were provided for operations to meet squadron combat training objectives.
  • Supervised all operations of the Production Support Section and logistics for 4 Combat AGE teams.
  • Coordinated with production manager of five combat flying units and the Maintenance Operations Center.
  • Validated $454M Combat ID and Link-16 programs could successfully communicate with specific targets.
  • Prepared and executed nuclear and conventional combat plans from main and forward operatinig locations.
  • Directed the overall health and combat-readiness of 13 assigned C-17 aircrafts and corresponding equipment valued at over $2.9B.
  • Major Contributions Drove aircraft maintenance unit 12-hour fix rate to 20% above USAF Air Combat Command standard.
  • Managed flightline organizational-level, backshop intermediate-level and aircraft phase maintenance actions to support 1,200 combat sorties and 7,000 flying hours annually.
  • Managed 24 aircraft and 125 personnel Direct coordination of scheduled and un-scheduled maintenance of combat aircraft valued at $400 million

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14. Maintenance Personnel

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Here's how Maintenance Personnel is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Trained, developed and supervised maintenance personnel responsible for the generation of mission-capable aircraft for global operations.
  • Provided management, leadership, and supervision support to 120 maintenance personnel supporting and performing aircraft maintenance.
  • Directed 95+ maintenance personnel in eight diverse specialties to meet daily operational mission requirements.
  • Evaluated maintenance personnel to determine quality of training, technical expertise and proficiency.
  • Ensured effective debriefs on aircraft systems malfunctions between aircrew and maintenance personnel.
  • Coordinated with maintenance personnel to decrease mechanical and operational downtime.
  • Monitored and provided assistance to maintenance personnel.
  • Approved/Authorized access for 2,000+ maintenance personnel.
  • Led 260 maintenance personnel in 12 different Air Force specialties for 26 F-15 aircraft valued at over 630 million dollars.
  • Scheduled, expedited and supervise over 200 maintenance personnel in 12 different maintenance specialties on three different shifts.
  • Set priorities for 75 maintenance personnel from 10 specialties ensuring aircraft, equipment, and personnel readiness.
  • Orchestrated mission to Savannah, GA, enabling 120 combat training flights supported by 150 maintenance personnel.
  • Supervised the activities of over 120 aircraft maintenance personnel and sortie generation of A-10A and F-15C/D aircraft.
  • Provided leadership and guidance in management of over 500 maintenance personnel from nine separate Air Force specialties.
  • Supervised approximately 10 maintenance personnel and one supervisor, prepared time cards, scheduled vacations, etc.
  • Managed over 60 aircraft flight line maintenance personnel 24 hours a day, 7-days-a-week.
  • Conducted 2,500 Quality Assurance inspections evaluating 1,500 maintenance personnel supporting 50,000 aircraft sorties.
  • Led 100 Maintenance personnel from five specialties supporting 28 F-15E strike eagle aircraft.
  • Mentored and managed 85 maintenance personnel from 10 different departments.
  • Managed 300+ aircraft maintenance personnel.

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15. Support Equipment

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Here's how Support Equipment is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Directed aircraft cannibalization actions; coordinated and prioritized the use of support equipment to meet mission requirements.
  • Implemented disaster control duties and squadron responsibilities pertaining to aircraft and support equipment movement and personnel evacuation.
  • Ensured expeditious and quality maintenance performed by managing on-the-job training, personnel, and support equipment.
  • Established priorities and goals for effective utilization of personnel and support equipment.
  • Headed evacuation planning and execution for Hurricane Rita; fleet of B-52s and 350 pieces of rescue and support equipment.
  • Led 52 personnel in the accomplishment of inspections and maintenance on ground support equipment valued at $14.2 million.
  • Established job priorities and briefed senior management daily on aircraft status, parts, support equipment and facilities.
  • Managed programs and safeguarded facilities, vehicles, and support equipment valued in excess of $455 million.
  • Composed and briefed senior leaders on mission-capable rates, system and subsystems and support equipment reliability rates.
  • Maximized utilization of resources to include facilities, vehicles and support equipment valued over 4.3 million dollars.
  • Directed the use of tools, test equipment, and support equipment to meet mission requirements.
  • Managed all project logistics, personnel, work schedules, flying schedules and support equipment flow.
  • Launched five C-17/68 personnel and support equipment moved to McChord AFB in less than 17 hours.
  • Managed over 350 pieces of support equipment in support of 30 aircraft valued at $10.9M
  • Created technical presentations to update senior Air Force leaders on aircraft and support equipment status.
  • Interpreted and advised on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft and support equipment.
  • Supervised 34 personnel that inspected troubleshot, maintained and repaired ground support equipment.
  • Supervised and led a team of 42 support equipment repair technicians.
  • Managed Ground Support Equipment functions and activities.
  • Deploy maintenance team support equipment and supplies to support world wide mission, exercises and recovery of broke aircraft.

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Here's how Osha is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Developed and implemented numerous OSHA compliance programs for the facility including training of associates.
  • Established and maintained internal Safety metrics to ensure organization exceeded OSHA standards.
  • Manage site systems and ensure compliance with OSHA PSM Standards and provide a strong leadership of corporate safety and engineering standards.
  • Expanded safety, health, and environmental standards in accordance with OSHA Star Facility certification.
  • Maintained the systems and processes required to qualify as an OSHA VPP Stars Certified facility.
  • Led plant Safety and OSHA activities to reach an incident rate of <1.0.
  • Ensured maintenance practices were safe and consistent with Air Force/OSHA standards.
  • Played a leading role in plant attaining OSHA VPP Star Status.
  • Ensured safety practices in the work environment, adherence to OSHA.
  • Managed and insured completion of OSHA PSM activities ahead of schedule.
  • Ensured all personnel are compliant with Air Force OSHA standards.
  • Manage a comprehensive safety program to meet OSHA/JM safety requirements.
  • Implemented safety policies and procedures in compliance with OSHA.
  • Achieved 0.0 OSHA incident rate for 3 consecutive years.
  • Maintained ISO 9001 and OSHA requirements.
  • Implemented the OSHA VPP program, became an OSHA Star site.
  • Implemented new standard for safety reporting and analysis resulting in continuous improvement in safety standards and OSHA recordable injuries.
  • Demonstrated two year successive improvement in departmental OSHA recordable cases of 36 and 47 percent reductions successively.
  • Revitalized section safety program, authored safety standard and reaccomplished Air Form 55s meeting OSHA requirements.
  • Reduced the number of safety incidents and OSHA recordables by 50% over each previous year.

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17. Maintenance Activities

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  • Supervised all assigned personnel engaged in maintenance activities, evaluated quality of maintenance, skills aptitude and proficiency level of personnel.
  • Provided maintenance expertise, scheduled and controlled all maintenance activities, weapons/ munition configurations, Emergency action programs, Safety programs.
  • Provide direction and guidance to maintenance activities to ensure implementation and compliance with higher authority maintenance policies and technical instruction.
  • Coordinated maintenance activities with outside agencies, technical representatives, and other customers.
  • Monitored and analyzed maintenance activities for aircraft generation.
  • Established priorities on all aircraft maintenance activities using system knowledge and experience to effectively allow aircraft to meet its scheduled flight.
  • Managed & controlled all maintenance activities to accomplish Periodic inspections for 16 KC-135 aircraft valued at $880Million.
  • Facilitate management meetings reviewing challenges, solutions, staff issues and ongoing aircraft maintenance activities.
  • Led scheduled and unscheduled Maintenance activities for 52 Aircraft valued at over $10 Billion.
  • Coordinated / scheduled support from other maintenance activities, agencies, and civilian contractors.
  • Supervised and coordinated maintenance activities of 359 personnel across 10 diverse specialty teams.
  • Provide daily briefings to leadership on all completed and ongoing maintenance activities.
  • Researched the most cost- effective means to perform maintenance activities.
  • Communicate the status of Fluorine products and maintenance activities.
  • Managed maintenance activities on 20 assigned B-52's.
  • Oversee all aspects of flight line maintenance activities.
  • Supervised all maintenance activities on 25 aircraft.
  • Managed production and coordinated all maintenance activities for the Calcined Aluminas Department.
  • Coordinate and plan for day to day maintenance activities and large turn arounds in the units.
  • Directed maintenance activities for 859 personnel aligned in 18 workcenters with six specialties.

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18. Raw Materials

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  • Forecast and ordered raw materials to accurately meet demand and emergency orders.
  • Maintained inventory records of raw materials and finished products.
  • Managed and successfully organized on a day-to-day basis supporting departments; Rework, Raw Materials and Post-Consumer Waste including cross training.
  • Evaluated alternate raw materials with respect to chemical parameters, material handling aspects, environmental concerns, and plant costs.
  • Maintain inventory records of raw materials and finished products, assisting in troubleshooting and repair, update S.O.P.
  • Budget preparation for Unit operations regarding raw materials, service contracts, contract manpower and plant staffing.
  • Scheduled 3,107 separate maintenance events utilizing available manning, raw materials and test equipment.
  • Worked with vendors to reduce cost of raw materials by 11%.
  • Ordered raw materials and supplies as needed, often utilizing Kan-ban system.
  • Purchased all raw materials and supplies including maintenance and safety items.
  • Optimize the use of manpower, raw materials, and equipment.
  • Ordered and maintained accurate inventories of raw materials and plant supplies.
  • Ensured that the appropriate raw materials are ready when needed.
  • Inventory raw materials on a monthly basis for accuracy.
  • Worked on incoming of raw materials.

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Here's how Production Operations is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Managed production operations and facilities for a two-shift metals fabrication, assembly and pack out operation.
  • Challenged to lead day-to-day production operations for the largest Ford manufacturing facility in North America.
  • Control of production operations, in order to guarantee operation efficiency.
  • Planned production operations, establishing priorities and sequences for manufacturing products.
  • Managed production operations which included four product lines.
  • Provided the strategic direction to production operations.
  • Train and direct production supervisors, team members, and production operations with over 210 employees in a union environment.
  • Managed all production operations at a large surface coal mine and coal processing plant (including train loading).
  • Managed a medium to large group of 30 to 45 associates involved in plant production operations.
  • Develop, train, and direct production supervisors, team members, and production operations.
  • Manage the production operations of 36 line Styrofoam cup blow molding operation.
  • Managed total production operations in a 24/7 extruding spun bond non-woven plant.
  • Supervised 10 direct reports and oversaw 300+ employees in production operations.
  • Oversee daily production operations to ensure delivery schedules are met.
  • Managed daily production operations for 14 processing lines.
  • Managed production operations over 3 shift of 150 hourly employees, personnel development and production scheduling and MRP planning.
  • Led resource protection effort following Typhoon Rusa this action enabled production operations back on track within 24 hours.
  • Support of daily production operations, well maintenance, wire line, coiled tubing ect.
  • Plant Closed) Demonstrated knowledge of production operations, procedures, and technical applications to ensure quality parts were manufactured.
  • Relieve OIM when necessary Supervise Production Operations on FPSO Frade.

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20. Maintenance Operations

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  • Directed aircraft maintenance operations, aircraft configuration, and conducted periodic maintenance inspections to support ongoing flight missions and operations.
  • Planned and directed expeditionary aircraft generations and maintenance operations for 234 maintenance personnel from eight Air Force specialties.
  • Coordinated maintenance operations with planning, scheduling, and operations leadership for maximum synchronization of activities.
  • Coordinated with the Maintenance Operations Center and Production Superintendent with all aircraft launch and recovery actions.
  • Analyzed/Interpreted performance metrics and quality assurance reports for trends and developed improvements to maintenance operations.
  • Supervised all maintenance operations and ensured that all safety measures were implemented.
  • Managed maintenance staff, maintenance operations and engineering projects for the facility.
  • Managed maintenance operations in execution of annual flying hour program of 16,000 sorties/25,500 flying hours/87% fully mission capable rating.
  • Manage, plan, and direct 24-hour maintenance operations for 16 aircraft valued at up to $6.2B.
  • Managed flight line maintenance operations and $63 million dollar annual flying program producing 4,801 sorties/4,711 hours.
  • Coordinate off equipment maintenance and act as the link between back shop and flight line maintenance operations.
  • Directed daily flight line maintenance operations supporting 27 KC-10 aircraft valued at $86 million each.
  • Managed daily maintenance operations of 15 B-1B aircraft to ensure 1,700 safe annual B-1B sorties.
  • Planned, scheduled & executed maintenance operations on 33 aircraft worth over $3.3BB.
  • Performed over 100 specific inspections on the Andersen Air Base programs and maintenance operations.
  • Advised senior leaders on maintenance operations, enforced compliance with instructions and directives.
  • Directed Maintenance operations supporting a fleet of aircraft worth $2.9 billion.
  • Led 267+ maintenance personnel in aircraft repair and maintenance operations.
  • Advise Maintenance Operations Officer on technical issues.
  • Selected accomplishments: Served as key liaison with maintenance operations center management.

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21. Production Goals

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  • Planned and directed manufacturing operations to accomplish the production goals according to management planning.
  • Provide leadership to department superintendents and supervisors while meeting production goals and standards.
  • Directed supervisors in scheduling multiple shifts, administering budgets, setting production goals, making staffing decisions and troubleshooting different issues.
  • Implemented maintenance production goals for 300 military, civil and AirReserve technicians maintaining 56 C-17 aircraft worth $11.3 billion.
  • Oversee 6 supervisors and 90 employees to ensure production goals are met and delivery of finished product is on time.
  • Coach and train employees to improve performance and meet or exceed safety, quality, and production goals.
  • Lead department to attain or exceed production goals with minimal quality defects and hold employees accountable as necessary.
  • Focused team on production goals and quality standards, with an emphasis on employee training and safety.
  • Develop, assess, monitor and revise production processes in order to meet production goals and targets.
  • Enforced strict adherence to published maintenance practices, and adjusted manpower levels to meet production goals.
  • Managed safety, quality and production goals for the Lamination Department and the Packaging Department.
  • Plan and establish work schedules, assignments, and production sequences to meet production goals.
  • Developed maintenance and service plans to meet necessary requirements as well as production goals.
  • Coordinated with 7 outside agencies to ensure maintenance and production goals were met.
  • Delegated production goals and directives to lead personnel in their respective departments.
  • Manage shop crew and delegate responsibilities to meet production goals.

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22. Different Career Fields

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  • Led 50+ maintenance employees from six different career fields and ensured a 97% Quality Assurance pass rate.
  • Led 254 maintenance personnel across 10 different career fields on $878M+ worth of aircraft and support equipment.
  • Managed 264 maintenance personnel across 6 different career fields to maintain 26 F-15E Strike Eagles.
  • Supervised maintenance personnel of 200+ from 7 different career fields.
  • Lead 270 squadron personnel among 7 different career fields.

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23. Technical Data

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  • Conducted on-the-job training for newly assigned personnel while enforcing compliance with quality, safety, environmental, and technical data requirements.
  • Enforced high quality maintenance and strict compliance with technical data, safety instructions and security requirements.
  • Performed production scheduling and supervisory inspections; enforces strict adherence to technical data and maintenance procedures.
  • Enforced strict adherence of technical data and safety directives in maintenance operations.
  • Reviewed and distributed changes to published operating procedures and technical data updates.
  • Ensured consistent maintenance practices according to technical data and management procedures.
  • Enforced strict adherence to technical data and management procedures.
  • Enforce strict adherence to technical data and management procedures in accordance with the FMS program and the Royal Netherlands Air Force.
  • Inspected personnel, equipment, technical data, and hazardous waste collection to sure company met their quality standards.
  • Led six expediters, supervised 250+ technicians from 7 different career fields, enforced strict adherence to technical data.
  • Enforced strict adherence to technical data and management procedures in accordance with (IAW) Technical Order 00-5-1.
  • Enforced compliance of published safety rules and work standards in accordance with job guides and technical data.
  • Inspect completed and in-progress maintenance to ensure safety, technical data, and quality standards are met.
  • Directed cannibalization actions and aircraft status changes, enforcing technical data usage and sound practices.
  • Managed technical data program; submitted 50 aircraft maintenance manual corrections and edits.
  • Ensured personnel followed technical data/safety procedures; superb 92% QA pass rate.
  • Stressed the importance of using current technical data.
  • Selected Accomplishments Enforced adherence to technical data; reduced rework downtime and slashed repeat/recur rate to 2.5%, 2010.
  • Enforced strict tool accountability, technical data usage & proper documentation of completed mainenance actions in the aircraft forms.
  • Enforced safety standards and technical data use to ensure proper maintenance procedures.

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24. Sigma

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  • Mentored department personnel in using Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement methodologies as problem solving tools.
  • Maintained six sigma initiatives and prepared schedules, production/quality reports, and procedures.
  • Incorporated Lean/Six Sigma to enhance/streamline actions and improve maintenance processes.
  • Acquired Six-Sigma Green Belt Certification.
  • Championed department Operational Excellence projects resulting in consistent cost savings of over $500k annually using Lean and Six Sigma tools.
  • Participated in corporate Six Sigma training program for Black Belt certification and implemented projects with over $135,000 in annual savings.
  • Used Six Sigma Black Belt knowledge to train / teach Six Sigma Blue Belt classes for hourly and salary associates.
  • Promoted to Continuous Improvement Manager where process and testing data were monitored and charted using Six Sigma control charting.
  • Led 5-S, Lean efforts, and Six Sigma efforts while serving on Cost Improvement Teams.
  • Used Six Sigma Black Belt knowledge to mentor Green Belt candidates through their project phases.
  • Acquired Lean Six Sigma methodology (Green Belt Training) as an acting floor advocate.
  • Requested to attend two Lean Six Sigma events at Travis Air Force Base CA.
  • Created a series of complex databases to document and compile Six Sigma projects.
  • Utilized Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing methodologies (Green Belt Certified).
  • Received Six Sigma Black Belt Certification through JM's Six Sigma Program.
  • Deployed key Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing concepts to drive productivity.
  • Introduced Lean Manufacturing techniques, and utilized SPC and Six Sigma.
  • Completed 6 Sigma Black Belt training and successfully closed projects.
  • Drive and support problem solving events using 6-Sigma tools.
  • Implement constant improvements in the area through six sigma, just in time and total quality.

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25. C-17

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  • Managed 36 KC-10/23 C-17 major inspections, completed 47,000 inspection items, key to units 39,000 flight hours and 7,700 missions.
  • Certified and released airworthy aircraft for flight, as well as certified personnel on C-17 engine run-up operations.
  • Planned, scheduled, and inspected maintenance activities for 32 KC-10 and 16 C-17 aircraft.
  • Directed 278 personnel across large maintenance complex maintaining 53 C-17 aircraft valued at $11.2B.
  • Planed, managed, directed, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on C-17 and KC-10 aircraft.
  • Supervised 235 personnel aircraft maintenance workforce 10 years on C-17A, KC-135 and HH-60 helicopters.
  • Directed organization's aircraft maintenance effort on 13 assigned C-17 aircraft valued at $2.9B.
  • Managed maintenance actions on fleet of 12 C-17A aircraft valued at $3.7 billion.
  • Prioritized and coordinated support from base agencies for 24 assigned C-17 aircraft.
  • Led launch/recovery flightline operations; kept maintenance scheduling on target-- enabled Wing's 2K C-17 missions generated/7K incident-free flying hours.
  • Directed C-17 recovery on catastrophic multiengine bird strike that air aborted take-off, aircrew and aircraft safely put to bed.
  • Led 110 personnel assigned to six geographically separated work centers sustaining F-15 HPO/C-17 HSC inspection programs .

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26. Corrective Action

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  • Resolved technical problems associated with aircraft maintenance systems and evaluated effectiveness of corrective actions.
  • Monitor equipment damage and safety by logging frequencies, severity and initiating corrective action.
  • Coordinated maintenance requirements w/external/host base agencies; reviewed inspection/management/reports; implemented corrective actions.
  • Analyzed/correlated data and evaluated reports recommending corrective actions in reports to senior staff.
  • Monitored maintenance quality trends and implemented corrective action as necessary.
  • Develop and implement corrective actions to prevent deviation recurrence.
  • Determined quality of completed corrective actions.
  • Reviewed and implemented corrective actions.
  • Lead a team to perform 5-Why and Root Cause Corrective Actions around safety, environmental, scrap and downtime incidents.
  • Follow progress of production and anticipate or investigate major causes of delays; ensure that corrective action is made.
  • Progress reports were based on routine and unscheduled audits of individuals work areas with corrective actions that followed.
  • Use of lean manufacturing principals such as Kan-Ban, 6s, root cause and corrective action are utilized.
  • Verified cycle procedures with root cause analysis of variances and corrective action plans.
  • Opened and implemented corrective actions to assure quality control of the product.
  • Implemented Root Cause Analysis to determine trends and develop corrective actions.
  • Conducted performance evaluations, corrective actions and the coaching of employees.
  • Interpreted findings, and recommended corrective actions.
  • Reviewed and evaluated deficiency analysis and supply reports to identify trends and initiate corrective actions.
  • Ensured discrepancies and corrective actions were captured for historical and analytical purposes.
  • Led reporting functions for North American Assembly and Stamping Plants, and reviewed and tracked corrective action for all plants.

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27. Assembly Line

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  • Supervised up to 250 employees within the weld and concrete shops, assembly line and purchasing department.
  • Managed the assembly line process of compressed, laminated, and durable foams in a 3-shift operations.

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28. F-16

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  • Led the F-16 beyond-line-of-sight communication modification.
  • Managed aviation maintenance on 21 F-16 aircraft by planning schedules, inspections, and unscheduled repairs of aircraft and support equipment.
  • Led deployment to Tyndall AFB with 12 F-16 aircraft and 150 personnel - produced 75 sorties and 90+ flying hours.
  • Directed maintenance efforts of 280+ personnel in multiple jobs on 20 F-16C/D aircraft valued in excess of $500 million.
  • Served as Production Superintendent that led 90 technically skilled technicians in all maintenance activities on 27 assigned F-16 aircraft.
  • Supervised daily aircraft maintenance production and training of 440 aircraft technicians supporting 48 F-15/F-16 aircraft worth $1.6B.
  • Worked closely with maintenance officers by investigating and resolving retail supply translation failures and trends for the F-16.
  • Led 413 personnel across 8 diverse aircraft specialties maintaining F-16 aircraft and equipment valued at $4.4B.
  • Monitored customer orders and directly controlled, scheduled and coordinated production efforts for maintaining 31 F-16s.
  • Determined and tracked aircraft status reporting and established maintenance priorities for F-16 Aggressor and test fleet.
  • Coordinated efforts for F-16 aircraft extended storage requirements and inductions into the DMAFB, AMARG facility.
  • Led 5-man maintenance team to deliver six F-16A aircraft to the Royal Jordanian Air Force.
  • Managed maintenance on 17 highly modified F-16 aircraft valued at more than $800 Million.
  • Developed a plan to accelerate phase inspection on 12 F-16 aircraft due to deploy.
  • Organized and directed maintenance on 29 F-16C/CG/CJ aircraft valued at $910M.
  • Configured F-16 for Nuclear Weapons System Evaluation Program.
  • Installed Embedded GPS/INS on first active F-16DJ.
  • Validated technical order for F-16D fleet installation.
  • Validated the F-16 tactical nuclear weapons capability.
  • Planned, prioritized, and managed daily backorder status for the F-16.

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29. Customer Service

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  • Directed and coordinated production functions including safety, quality, and customer service.
  • Provide customer service support to internal and external customers.
  • Provided customer service and maintained budgets.
  • Improved production line sequence, schedule attainment and communication of fulfillment issues with customer service.
  • Conducted new home prep and customer service for all the major new home builders.
  • Interacted daily with customer service, quality assurance, maintenance, distribution and purchasing.
  • Moved to Production Control and then to Customer Service.
  • Serve as facility contact point for Customer Service Department.
  • Managed customer service unit and emergency call desk.
  • Ensured optimal work quality and customer service.
  • Performed customer service, layout & design of customer's materials, and digital pre-press functions.

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30. Production Efforts

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  • Directed aircraft maintenance support and production efforts on over 950 military and commercial aircraft annually.
  • Directed and controlled all the production efforts, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements and work order assignments for 310 personnel.
  • Provided key leadership; directed maintenance production efforts and oversaw daily operations on assigned, en-route and transient aircraft.
  • Lead 522 aircraft maintenance technicians and manage production efforts on 28 assigned B-52 aircraft valued at over $1.9B.
  • Lead production efforts of over 400 Active Duty, Air Reserve Technicians, Traditional Reservist and Civilian Personnel.
  • Directed production efforts of 286 personnel from 16 career fields conducting over 30,000 maintenance and training activities annually.
  • Planned and executed aircraft sortie production efforts for 27 assigned F-15 Fighter Aircraft valued at over $1.2B.
  • Directed team of 410 maintenance technicians and managed production efforts on 28 aircraft valued at $1.9B.
  • Managed all production efforts for 27 Aircraft worth 44 million a piece.
  • Lead sortie production efforts and controlled maintenance and flying operations.
  • Monitored schedules versus orders and made decisions as needed Directed and coordinated production efforts to achieve company goals.

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31. Product Quality

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  • Prepared operation schedules and coordinated manufacturing activities to ensure product quality met specifications in compliance with Company processes and procedures.
  • Ensured effective use of operating methods and procedures designed to eliminate operation problems and to improve product quality.
  • Develop and implement operating methods and procedures which are designed to reduce operating problems and improve product quality.
  • Managed and improved production processes to enhance product quality and maximize efficiency using lean methodology process.
  • Work with internal and external customers to improve overall processes to increase product quality and productivity.
  • Managed cane sugar production unit processes, product quality, optimum resource utilization.
  • Planned, developed and implemented operating procedures to improve product quality.
  • Improved product quality/consistency by establishing and implementing a cross-departmental SOP program.
  • Increased and stabilized product quality and reliability.
  • Recommend or implement measures to motivate employees and to improve production methods, equipment performance, product quality, or efficiency.
  • Prepared reports, analyzed data, and made recommendations to improve product quality, team safety, and plant efficiency.
  • Planned strategy and ensured top performance in HSE, production, cost management, and product quality.
  • Increased productivity by 20%, increased product quality and reduced rejection rate by 20%.
  • Adjust formulation or process conditions as needed to ensure the highest product quality.
  • Research new product lines and technology to reduce costs and improve product quality.
  • Manage overall package and product quality to ensure all standards and specifications.
  • Worked on a team to improve machines efficiency and product quality.
  • Determined all production costs, volumes, and product quality.
  • Initiated capital projects to enhance systems thru put and product quality.
  • Live hang picking room, evisceration) biggest accomplishments include product quality, yield performance, and elimination of product waste.

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32. Ensure Compliance

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  • Manage environmental programs within production and manufacturing facilities to ensure compliance with all local, state and federal requirements.
  • Developed and revised standard operational and working practices and observed workers to ensure compliance with standards.
  • Worked closely with depot engineers on major repair modifications to ensure compliance.
  • Implemented quarterly self-inspection program to ensure compliance with federal standards.
  • Monitor and ensure compliance with environmental/safety standards.
  • Maintained a working knowledge of all the regulatory bodies having an impact on company operations to ensure compliance.
  • Track aircraft through all phase of inspection to ensure compliance and movement in timely manner.
  • Worked daily with USDA to ensure compliance with all governmental regulations.
  • Developed KPIs for the production team that will ensure compliance with plant goals & PO.

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33. Quality Standards

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  • Developed and implemented quality plans and statistical tracking to review quality standards related to assets.
  • Uphold Quality Standards while meeting Production Requirements for our primary customer McDonalds.
  • Maintain quality standards and improve productivity.
  • Decreased customer complaints by 25% through adherence to quality standards, meticulous attention to customer specifications, and strong follow-through.
  • Monitor and direct all operations and lab analysis for quality control; take necessary action to ensure quality standards are met.
  • Coordinated maintenance facilities, ensured 13 diverse specialties safety, technical data and quality standards are met.
  • Enforced safety and quality standards as well as tracking inventories and ensuring all production quotas were met.
  • Set production records, increasing rates by as much as 30% while improving quality standards.
  • Reduced quality complaints by 40% by implementing higher quality standards and training of employees.
  • Work long hours to ensure the deadlines and product quality standards are met.
  • Ensured safety and quality standards were enforced and adequate resources were available.
  • Assisted in capital spending decisions, set quality standards.
  • Managed unit clean-outs to ensure quality standards are maintained.
  • Estimated costs and set quality standards.
  • Maintained quality standards throughout manufacturing departments to ensure that customer rejections were controlled to less than 0.1% of annual orders.
  • Maintained quality standards and ensured proper workflow for a JIT operation.

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34. Production Activities

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  • Coordinate production activities with all the other departments to achieve the highest overall plant efficiency while maintaining established budgetary guidelines.
  • Facilitate the fluid movement of required non-finished goods material necessary for the execution of daily production activities.
  • Organized production activities in a timely and cost-effective manner.
  • Developed annual budgets for production activities including refractory, chain, fuel, production quantities, and training.
  • Managed all aspects of field production activities for industrial painting and concrete repair company.
  • Assure production activities comply with Federal, State and Company policies and procedures.
  • Directed over 475 personnel supporting production activities across 39 maintenance work centers.
  • Manage the daily production activities at 2 production facilities.
  • Coordinated the production activities of 3 departments.
  • Tracked production activities and warehouse inventories utilizing personally-designed software spreadsheets and company's custom database program.
  • Planned, directed, and coordinated production activities for all of the 300 to 400 employees working at this plant.
  • Prioritized flightline production activities and sortie generation operations for 27 F-22 Raptors worth over $3.7 billion dollars.
  • Prioritized flight line production activities/sortie generation on 28 F-22A Raptor fighter a/c worth $4.1B .

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35. Hour Program

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  • Managed and directed maintenance on 13 HH-60G helicopters, supervised 150 maintainers in the accomplishment of strenuous flying hour program.
  • Planned & developed weekly flying/maintenance schedules with operations & maintenance schedulers to meet 6K hour annual Flying Hour Program.
  • Steered formation of flying and maintenance schedules to meet Wing Flying-Hour Program of 14.4K sorties & 25K flying hours.
  • Managed resources/maintainers; zeroed out 2010's flying hour program w/6K+ hrs & 4K+ sorties--perfect execution.
  • Executed annual flying hour program; provided repair capabilities and maintained 25 F-16C/D aircraft valued at $950M.
  • Develop the daily, monthly, and yearly flying schedules to meet annual flying hour program tasking.
  • Developed and coordinated weekly, monthly maintenance/flying schedules to meet fighter squadron's annual flying hour program.
  • Monitored demanding flying hour programs to provide high quality, efficient, and cost effective maintenance.
  • Achieved Pacific Air Force's most aggressive flying hour program with over 23 thousand hours flown.
  • Interfaced with ten maintenance sections mitigating aircraft lost time supporting over 2,400 flying hour program.
  • Subject Matter Expert for Flying Hour Program, overseeing more than 80,000 flight hours.
  • Monitored and coordinated the AMC Aircraft Flying Hour program using G081 and REMIS.
  • Executed flying and maintenance schedules in support of two different flying hour programs.
  • Coordinated a $53M squadron flying hour program that supported training requirements.
  • Directed and prioritizes maintenance across two vastly different flying hour programs.
  • Executed Annual Flying Hour Program and wing mission requirements.
  • Assess and manage air base Flying Hour Programs.
  • Ensured personnel and equipment availability to support agency flying hour program and headquarter taskings.
  • Assisted in revamping the Flying Hour Program/Annual Plan by staggering aircraft flying/downtimes in order to meet flying operations.
  • Designed work schedules, and flying schedule to maximize maintenance affectivity, and to meet the Operation flying hour program.

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36. Commander

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  • Provided written/verbal daily/weekly/monthly updates to the Group Commander on mission accomplishments successes and challenges
  • Coordinated various maintenance recovery teams to repair disabled aircraft's down range; Acts as on-scene commander for in-flight/ground emergencies.
  • Briefed Numbered Air Force Commander on aircraft status and made sound decisions and suggestions for corrective actions.
  • Signed Exceptional Releases IAW TO 00-20-1 as authorized by the Maintenance Group Commander (MXG/CC).
  • Provided guidance to the Flight Commander on all issues concerning military discipline and quality force standards.
  • Handpicked by Squadron Commander to be a Production Superintendent for his unit.
  • Presented findings, strengths and trends to the maintenance group commander quarterly.
  • Develop and brief commander daily after action reports and schedule of events.
  • Managed a self-inspection program involving 34 checklists for 25 commander directed programs.
  • Performed duties as on scene commander during flight line emergencies.
  • Served on the HAZMAT response team as the incident commander.
  • Briefed commanders daily on availability and fleet strength.
  • Recognized by Holloman Base Commander for first humanitarian operations of MQ-1B Predator Aircraft.
  • Key advisor to the commander, operations flight commander, and officer accessions flight commander on recruiting issues and practices.
  • SAP knowledge Incident Commander as part of the ERT role

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37. Plant Operations

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  • Directed multiple plant operations to achieve and sustain quality operating system.
  • Provided technical experience for plant operations and troubleshoot plant problems.
  • Direct and coordinate plant operations within company policies and procedures.
  • Promoted teamwork and shared responsibility for plant operations.
  • Plan, execute, and organize operations for complex processing of product, 14 filling lines, and overall plant operations.
  • Managed and supervised 2nd shift plant operations with approximately 95 direct report (non-union) employees.
  • Managed 9 direct reports with total plant operations of 300+ employees and reported to Plant Manager.
  • Organized plant operations according to the company's policies, regulations, and standard procedures.
  • Provide process engineering and troubleshooting (rotating equipment s) for the plant operations.
  • Oversee all plant operations on third shift.
  • Job Responsibilities included the Following: a) Hiring of man Power (Skilled and unskilled labor) for plant operations.
  • Manage all plant operations with 60+ employees.Rosenbauer Aerials, Fremont, NEManage all aspects of the production floor.

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38. Production Department

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  • Reduced staffing requirements for production department through teamwork, coaching and increased responsibility at all levels.
  • Coordinated activities of production department in processing materials and manufacturing products in industrial establishment.
  • Managed production department consisting of approximately 90 union employees and 5 production supervisors.
  • Managed the National cigarette production department with a total of approximately 100 workers.
  • Managed production department budget and aid in preparation of annual capital budget.
  • Supervised lower level supervisors and production workers in two production departments.
  • Maintained effective communication and coordination between the maintenance and production departments.
  • Completed cross-training in various production departments.
  • Schedule production through the production departments to ensure that all customer orders are met and schedule adherence is achieved.
  • Charged with the responsibility of staffing personnel for all production departments and shifts.
  • Managed the production departments, including receiving, processing and merchandise control.
  • Schedule two production departments, to maximize production while maintaining budget.
  • Managed production department of a high-speed bread and bun manufacturing plant.
  • Managed nine production departments, control of operating costs.
  • Purchased supplies for operation of the production department.
  • Implemented ISO 9001:2000 objectives for production department.
  • Participated in interviewing prospective employees for the Chlorate Production Department.
  • Managed the Production Department and Logistics Department Traveled approx.
  • Directed the production and processing supervisors in a single production department on multiple shifts and across several departments.
  • Implemented 5S principles and practices through out the production department resulting in improved housekeeping.

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39. Company Policies

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  • Provide information, advice and recommendations when appropriate to assist operation manager to assure compliance with company policies.
  • Interpret and enforced company policies, safety regulations / maintained production records.
  • Administer and communicate company policies and procedures including safety requirements.
  • Provide consistent enforcement of all company policies.
  • Explain company policies and regulations to subordinates, maintain effective personnel relationships, and recommend changes in employee status.
  • Boosted employee morale and making sure all individuals adhere to company policies due to recent QS9000 certification.
  • Worked closely with HR and HSE to ensure safe operations within federal and company policies.
  • Maintain compliance to company policies and work rules, safety standards and good housekeeping practices.
  • Supervised 19 employees ensuring compliance with all safety instructions, maintenance practices and company policies.
  • Interpret specifications, blueprints, job orders, and company policies and procedures for workers.
  • Maintain compliance with company policies and good housekeeping (5s) practices.
  • Adhere to and execute all company policies and procedures.
  • Maintain and enforce compliance with all company policies.

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40. Maintenance Plans

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  • Developed maintenance plans and ensured required personnel and resources were available to accomplish specified plans and reach stated objectives.
  • Developed and implemented monthly/weekly maintenance plans, authorized parts cannibalization actions and prioritized maintenance actions to meet mission requirements.
  • Developed/Implemented daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance plans, fulfilling all requirements through resource maximization.
  • Collaborated with stakeholders to develop and prioritize maintenance plans for shared and constrained resources.
  • Coordinated/scheduled maintenance activities by analyzing reports and maintenance plans.
  • Coordinated maintenance plans to meet operational commitments.
  • Developed, coordinated, and executed maintenance plans to meet the annual 7.7K flying hour program.
  • Developed and administered weekly/ monthly maintenance plans and ensured resources were available to meet those plans.
  • Drafted monthly and weekly maintenance plans, ensuring resources were available to accomplish unit mission.
  • Developed, prioritized, and implemented daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance plans.
  • Managed all specialists and personnel assignments, workload, and maintenance plans and operations.
  • Attended weekly meetings to discuss and develop flying schedule, deferred maintenance plans.
  • Developed and implemented long-range, monthly and weekly maintenance plans.
  • Assign priorities to meet both flying and maintenance plans.
  • Developed, prioritized and implemented daily, weekly and monthlymaintenance plans.
  • Directed monthly/weekly/daily maintenance plans; monitoredaircraft status and ensured proper reporting.
  • Led Wing Nuclear Operational Readiness Inspection Team; organized and enforced cross utilization maintenance plans-Wing rated Excellent 2 Year Best.
  • Key Accomplishments: Coordinated weekly and monthly aircraft maintenance plans, scheduling and production of daily status reports.
  • Scheduled long range maintenance plans and daily, weekly, monthly inter- squadron support plans for B-2 operations.
  • Directed multi-squadron daily, weekly, monthly and long-rangemaintenance plans for B-2 bomber sustainment.

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41. Maintenance Technicians

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Here's how Maintenance Technicians is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Briefed aircraft maintenance technicians on engineering dispositions and verified dispositions were accomplished in accordance with specifications.
  • Supervised 43 maintenance technicians and served as the Production Superintendent in Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm.
  • Managed 257 aircraft maintenance technicians in ten Air Force specialties to support 16 assigned aircraft valued at 190 million dollars.
  • Supervised daily activities of 275 maintenance technicians from 14 specialties to produce over 4.3K flying hours and 700 sorties annually.
  • Managed 406 maintenance technicians from 13 specializations, maintaining 52 F-16 aircraft valued at $2 billion.
  • Led 195 maintenance technicians in 6 different fields responsible for maintaining $540 Million in assets.
  • Planned and organized the productive efforts of 250 maintenance technicians in 10 different Air Force specialties.
  • Managed aircraft and 350 maintenance technicians through all phases of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.
  • Led 3 Production Superintendents and 250 maintenance technicians in 12 diverse Air Force specialties.
  • Led 230 military and civilian maintenance technicians.
  • Supervised 20 to 25 maintenance technicians.
  • Led/Supervised/Managed diverse workforce of 150+ aircraft maintenance technicians/mechanics in eight speciality occupations.

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42. Kaizen

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Here's how Kaizen is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Established Kaizen structured continuous improvement culture that never stopped generating operations enhancements.
  • Enacted a cell redesign (Kaizen Event) project in the TubeMill resulting in decreased transportation, travel and labor.
  • Utilized 50 % of the time, leading Kaizen projects to improve our process and generate savings.
  • Initiate Six Sigma, Kaizen, 5S, and JIT principles associated with the automotive industry.
  • Introduced Kaizen and SPC to facility and developed metrics for operating unit.
  • Lean Leader certified; led or championed multiple successful Kaizen events.
  • Participated in Kaizen events to improve batch sheet compliance by Operators.
  • Sponsored Kaizen CIP teams which cut product cost 40%.
  • Served as a member of the Pigment Kaizen team
  • Led Six Sigma Projects/Lean Manufacturing Kaizen Events.
  • Participate in kaizen events and lean projects.
  • Order change scrap reduction through Kaizen events.
  • Participated in and developed process improvement events such as 5S, Kaizens, Katas, and Value Steam Mapping.
  • Employed an organized approach in creating simple and cost effective Kaizens.

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43. Technical Orders

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  • Established standards of workmanship to meet customer requirements and followed technical orders/specifications closely to assure that these standards are maintained.
  • Established and enforced maintenance production control standards and scheduled time compliance technical orders and one-time inspections.
  • Enforced strict compliance of governing policies/directives/Time Compliance Technical Orders.
  • Managed all One-time Inspections (OTI), Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO), and modifications of aircraft.
  • Provided counsel to maintainers and production staff on directives, technical orders, and management procedures.
  • Trained subordinates ensuring compliance with all technical orders, manuals, and safety regulations.
  • Ensured timely completion of Time Compliance Technical Orders.
  • Program manager for Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO), Time Change Items, Technical Order (T.O.)
  • Ensured proper maintenance tracking and documentation to include completion with time compliance technical orders.
  • Researched time compliance technical orders (TCTOs) and modification kits, for availability through supply and item/equipment managers.
  • Coordinate and schedule inspections, aircraft modifications, and time-compliant technical orders (TCTOs).

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44. Maintenance Efforts

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Here's how Maintenance Efforts is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Prioritized maintenance efforts, ensured production control and quality performance standards and logistics metrics were met.
  • Communicate and redirect maintenance efforts to meet quality and productivity goals.
  • Directed the overall aircraft flight line maintenance efforts of 270 personnel to include the execution of daily flying and maintenance efforts.
  • Directed maintenance efforts of 583 personnel in 11 diverse career fields to accomplish the 56th Fighter Wing's training mission.
  • Directed 380 maintenance technicians and civilians across 4 flights supporting maintenance efforts for 66 aircraft valued at $9.8B.
  • Coordinated maintenance efforts with ranking supervisory staff, flight crews for status of mission ready aircraft for flight schedules.
  • Directed Maintenance efforts of 203personnel in 9 specialties on remote U-2 fleet and systems valued at $620M.
  • Managed maintenance production and direction of maintenance efforts on RC-135 aircraft valued in excess of one billion dollars.
  • Led, planed and directed maintenance efforts for a squadron of 365 personnel in five Air Force Specialties.
  • Directed aircraft maintenance efforts of 103 personnel in maintaining 35 KC-135R/T aircraft valued at $2.3B.
  • Directed maintenance efforts for more than 300 personnel from three sections and eight different career fields.
  • Managed all maintenance efforts for engines, aircraft, external tanks and Avionic tests stations.
  • Coordinated production and maintenance efforts with 5 flying units ensuring 18,700 flying hours.
  • Awarded Air Force Lieutenant General Leo Marquez Award for aircraft maintenance efforts.
  • Determined repair priority and directed maintenance efforts to meet flying schedule.
  • Leaded maintenance efforts of 35 personnel in 7 functional specialties.
  • Directed the maintenance efforts on over twenty C-141B aircraft.
  • Ensured timely and efficient repair and modification of aircraft, directed and coordinated maintenance efforts of 288 technicians.
  • Directed maintenance efforts of 50+ personnel in the maintenance of up to 16 HH-60G Pavehawk helicopters.

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45. Inventory Control

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  • Implemented Process Consumables Vending and Inventory Control Systems, reducing down time and controlling usage resulting in reduced overall manufacturing costs.
  • Manage inventory control for finished goods and packaging material.
  • Saved over $300,000 in costs within first 6 months at this position with better purchasing and inventory control solutions.
  • Planned and directed production scheduling strategies for finished products, inventory control of raw materials and packaging supplies.
  • Created forecasting model, improving inventory control, raw material orders, and elimination of missed customer orders.
  • Oversee Rework, Raw Material and Post Consume waste (recycle) departments along with inventory control.
  • Power user for ERP software SAP (SME for purchasing, planning and Inventory control modules).
  • Manage Heat Seal production, Inventory control, and Maintenance activities for 1 shift.
  • Utilized AS 400 BPCS for inventory control and work processing.
  • Inventory control, Arrange and present monthly Team meetings.
  • Inventory control, packaging, yields and customer satisfaction.
  • Managed inventory control, ensuring product was appropriately tracked, expensed and accounted for from delivery through shipment.

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46. Maintenance Priorities

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  • Coordinated aircraft suspension equipment, weapons configurations and maintenance priorities; ensured perfect accountability of 1,850 maintenance actions.
  • Coordinated maintenance priorities with supervision, department chiefs and operations supervisors to meet predetermined flying schedule.
  • Focus overall maintenance effort towards determined maintenance priorities.
  • Determined maintenance priorities and controls launch, recovery and repair work of maintenance personnel across six different Air Force Specialty Codes.
  • Established & managed maintenance priorities for 220 aircraft maintainers spanning nine different Air Force career fields.
  • Directed maintenance priorities of cross-functional teams across multiple U.S. Air Force and civilian contractor agencies.
  • Determine resource requirements, resolve conflicts, set maintenance priorities and provide solutions to management.
  • Set aircraft maintenance priorities with the use of automated flying/maintenance scheduling spreadsheet programs.
  • Set maintenance priorities for and delegated assignments to 100+ personnel.
  • Established & coordinated maintenance priorities for shared facilities and equipment valued at $119 million.
  • Master Sergeant, E-7) Directed daily maintenance priorities for 257 technicians and three external sub-contracted agencies.

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47. C-130

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Here's how C-130 is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Managed scheduled and unscheduled organizational level maintenance on 19 assigned C-130E aircraft that supported the United States European Command.
  • Managed organizational/intermediate level maintenance on MC-130P aircraft.
  • Planned and directed worldwide Jet Engine Intermediate Maintenance activities for T400 engines and local repair of T701C and C-130 engines/propellers.
  • Set guidance and policy for over 300 maintenance technicians/14 specially modified EC-130H aircraft and 6 HC-130P and 6 HC-130J aircraft.
  • Lead 203 technicians, oversaw inspection, launch and recovery of 16 assigned C-130 aircraft valued at $130M.
  • Directed 74 personnel in six Air Force specialties in the annual inspection of 74 C-130E/H model aircraft.
  • Managed 60 maintenance personnel in the maintenance of 18 C-130 aircraft valued at $22,000,000 each.
  • Managed resources to accomplish the daily/weekly/monthly flying and maintenance schedules for 14 MC-130E Combat Talon aircraft.
  • Provided support for 14-tenant unit H/MC-130 and RC-135 aircraft & 2.5K transient aircraft yearly.
  • Directed operation activities for 23 C-130s valued at $330 million supporting national objectives.
  • Directed 170 personnel supporting 10 MC-130 aircraft; managed the ISO/daily/off-station-flying schedule.
  • Coordinated maintenance actions on 24 C-130E aircraft.
  • Scheduled, directed and monitored repair efforts for 56 A-10, 10 HC-130P, 2 C-130E and 15 HH-60G aircraft.
  • Led a multidisciplinary team of 416 military personnel and civilian staff supporting 30 C-130H/J aircraft valued at $1.6 billion.
  • Appointed to deliver a trained initial cadre and production management for the Air Force's first deployable C-130J unit.
  • Directed 15 Career Fields/551 personnel; led on/off-equipment maintenance on A-10C/HH-60G phase/HC-130P/J isochronal inspections.
  • Directed flightline maintenance on 12 AC-130W aircraft valued at over $762M.
  • Led on and off equipment support for 40 B-I and 29 C-130 aircrafts.
  • Supported eight separate Aircraft Maintenance Units and de-conflicted maintenance for 20 C-130s, 8 HH-60s and 82 A-10 aircrafts.
  • Supported transient aircraft with on-site maintenance requirements with back shop support for C-5, C-17 and C-130 airframes.

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48. C-5

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Here's how C-5 is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Managed and developed long term scheduled maintenance, modification and depot level maintenance strategy for C-5 and C-17 model fleets.
  • Led 10 production managers and 90 technicians in aircraft maintenance/generation efforts for 1200 C-5 and C-17 aircraft missions yearly.
  • Ensured readiness of personnel qualified on C-5 and C-17 aircraft, and support equipment valued at $35M.
  • Directed and managed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on 18 C-5 Galaxy aircraft valued at $3.7B.
  • Seasoned Scheduler: Directed oversight on 8 technical order changes for 18 C-5 aircraft.
  • Managed and prioritized work assignments for 40 C-5B, and 40 C-141B Aircraft.
  • Led production effort with 350+ personnel in the largest C-5 maintenance organization.
  • Supervised first successful upload of MH-53J helicopter onto space cargo modified C-5.
  • Planned and directed maintenance requirements for 18 C-5 aircraft.
  • Managed/coached/mentored 236 personnel at Dover AFB and 2 geographically separated Detachments supporting C-5 major and minor Isochronal inspections.
  • Maintained airfield parking plan for assigned 18 C-5 and 13 C-17 aircrafts.

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49. Usaf

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Here's how Usaf is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Worked closely with contractors and USAF Logistics experts executing delivery and performance schedules.
  • Led major deployments, guided long-term aircraft maintenance preparations for 31 Fighter Wing, USAF Europe and NATO contingencies.
  • Determined production and rates based on USAF standards, equipment and labor availability, and workload.
  • Procured needed fuel during an USAF shortage to prevent fleet grounding saving 45 flying days.
  • Instituted facility clean-up schedules instrumental in base winning the USAF Base Installation Excellence Award.
  • Led repair of 340 grounding aircraft faults; aided 48AMXS USAFE '06 Maintenance Effectiveness Award
  • Ensured compliance with OSHA, USAF nuclear safety standards supporting daily/contingency operations plans.
  • Provided mechanical, electrical and avionic maintenance to a variety of USAF aircraft.
  • Received changes to USAF T.O.
  • Recognized two times as United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) "Best" Asset Management team!

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50. Production Meetings

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Here's how Production Meetings is used in Production Superintendent jobs:
  • Led daily production meetings to keep executive leadership informed and discuss daily activities while resolving production and scheduling conflicts.
  • Chaired daily production meetings, presented unit status and implemented corrective actions.
  • Led daily production meetings, identified and resolved mission-limiting factors.
  • Attended daily production meetings for the tracking, progress and completion dates of current jobs being completed on various ships.
  • Gathered data, prepared slides and briefed aircraft maintenance status to squadron leadership at daily production meetings.
  • Chaired daily production meetings, briefed supervisory staff on aircraft status, maintenance plans and scheduling.
  • Chaired daily production meetings with staff to transmit goals and address quality and process issues.
  • Chaired daily production meetings, while briefing leadership on aircraft status and availability.
  • Chaired production meetings and validated short and long range maintenance
  • Utilized Excel and PowerPoint for daily maintenance production meetings.
  • Coordinate and lead company production meetings.
  • Manage scheduled and unscheduled usage of 8 aircraft repair facilities Prepare status sheets for and conduct daily production meetings.
  • Process and Quality control * Representing the department in daily production meetings.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Production Superintendent

Safety Procedures

22.6%

Production Supervisors

16.7%

Aircraft Parts

8.4%

Process Improvement

5.2%

Production Schedules

4.6%

Maintenance Actions

4.0%

Squadron

3.9%

Daily Operations

3.3%

Logistics

3.2%

Maintenance Production

2.9%

Direct Reports

2.8%

Preventative Maintenance

2.8%

Combat

2.7%

Maintenance Personnel

2.7%

Support Equipment

2.6%

Osha

2.6%

Maintenance Activities

2.5%

Raw Materials

2.5%

Production Operations

2.2%

Maintenance Operations

2.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Production Superintendent

Rank Skill
1 Safety Procedures 16.0%
2 Production Supervisors 11.9%
3 Aircraft Parts 5.9%
4 Process Improvement 3.7%
5 Production Schedules 3.3%
6 Maintenance Actions 2.8%
7 Squadron 2.7%
8 Daily Operations 2.4%
9 Logistics 2.2%
10 Maintenance Production 2.0%
11 Direct Reports 2.0%
12 Preventative Maintenance 2.0%
13 Combat 1.9%
14 Maintenance Personnel 1.9%
15 Support Equipment 1.8%
16 Osha 1.8%
17 Maintenance Activities 1.8%
18 Raw Materials 1.7%
19 Production Operations 1.5%
20 Maintenance Operations 1.5%
21 Production Goals 1.4%
22 Different Career Fields 1.3%
23 Technical Data 1.3%
24 Sigma 1.3%
25 C-17 1.3%
26 Corrective Action 1.3%
27 Assembly Line 1.3%
28 F-16 1.2%
29 Customer Service 1.1%
30 Production Efforts 1.1%
31 Product Quality 1.1%
32 Ensure Compliance 1.0%
33 Quality Standards 0.9%
34 Production Activities 0.9%
35 Hour Program 0.9%
36 Commander 0.8%
37 Plant Operations 0.8%
38 Production Department 0.8%
39 Company Policies 0.8%
40 Maintenance Plans 0.8%
41 Maintenance Technicians 0.8%
42 Kaizen 0.7%
43 Technical Orders 0.7%
44 Maintenance Efforts 0.7%
45 Inventory Control 0.7%
46 Maintenance Priorities 0.7%
47 C-130 0.7%
48 C-5 0.7%
49 Usaf 0.7%
50 Production Meetings 0.7%
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