Base Series:1152 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 7 Oklahoma City, OK United States 07/2009 - 07/2013 Salary: 43,964.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Production Controller (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I order parts and supplies as needed by the mechanics and or other personnel. I process turn-ins for parts to be recycled and distribute new parts that have been ordered by the mechanics. I confer with mechanics, planners and schedulers to determine proper disposition of parts ordered. I operated fork lift, pallet jack and various warehouse equipment while in this job. This position was changed to a Production Controller from a Supply Technician effective on 10-10-2010. Duties and responsibilities remained the same as well as the pay. I retired from Tinker Air Force Base on July 8, 2013. Supervisor: Kenny Roberts (405) 736-7417) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
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Started as a Stock Clerk pulling orders then was promoted to Expeditor and Fitness Coordinator managing the wellness program and personal training & now I have been promoted to Production Controller second hand to the Director of Operations.
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5170 S. Safford Ave. Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 85707 United States 10/2018-Present ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hours per week: 40 Production Controller, GS-09 Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Using MAXIMO, Tableau, and Oracle to schedule production workload of multiple back shops. Scheduling of special projects such as engine re-preservation, landing gear and waveguide kits. Opening and closing of production work orders, top masters, masters and all major jobs/gates. Assisting with planning in getting the correct jobs and tasks for the shops being scheduled for.
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GS-1152-12; Supervisor Of Shipbuilding, Groton CT, 73 Eastern Point Road; Martin Hirschkowitz , (860) 694-2475 ; may contact supervisor. As the Execution Production Controller (PC) for the Regional Support Group (RSG) Business Office I am directly responsible for the overall project management and coordination of efforts by various repair activities and government organizations contracted for repair work onboard all submarines at the Naval Submarine Base. Directly responsible for preplanning through post repair testing on every repair. During the preplanning stage I routinely conduct ship checks to determine the technical requirements of the repair and identification of potential problem areas. These technical requirements are then researched and incorporated into the Statement of Work (SOW) I prepare for the contracting authority. I perform contract cost analysis by developing the government cost estimates and a notional schedule for the repair effort. This data is then provided to the contracting authority in the form of a Simplified Acquisition Procurement (SAP) request to solicit bids and to evaluate the contractor's proposal. During the contracting process I answer technical questions that the potential bidders have and review their technical proposals and schedules to determine compliance with the SOW and scheduled Period of Performance (POP) to assist in contract negotiations. I collaborate with the contractor to develop a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), detailed integrated schedule, and service requirements. Prior to the commencement of work I ensure that all repair organizations are informed and support services are in place to support the work schedule. During conduct of the repairs I monitor and analyze the contractor's performance against the detailed integrated schedule for compliance and to identify any problems prior to them impacting the schedule. I monitor the contractor's adherence to cost and provide coordination between the contractor, ship, and repair organizations to ensure the repair effort is completed on time and within budgeted cost. When assigned, I perform all of the required functions of the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) including validation of the contractors invoices using the Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) system. As required I generate and distribute periodic status reports addressing progress to schedule and issues requiring further attention. In addition to my duties as Execution PC I'm qualified to perform the functions of a Ship Coordinator and Sea Trial Officer for the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Groton, Connecticut.
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- High School Diploma
Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Currently Production Controller in Generator Shop in NAS North Island in support of FRC Southwest's (Fleet Readiness Center) F/A-18 Program. Previously in MCAS Miramar for 2 years as Production Controller. I manage department inventories to identify excesses, in-fluctuations, unusual activities, that result in redeployment and or disposal of materials to optimize inventory plan. Examine monthly and quarter inventory list to ensure current departmental needs are met and maintain while setting priorities. Direct and delegate responsibilities and workload for shipments and receiving. Coordinate and evaluate specific logistics requirements; develop and adjusted plans and schedules for actions needed to meet each requirement on time. Analyze and audit inventory discrepancies for inborn and outbound shipments and identify possible reasons for discrepancies - provide management with recommendations to improve processes. Receive and execute requests using Universal Callboard (UCB) through Concept of Operations (CONOPS) made by Crew Leaders, Examiners & Evaluators (E&E), and Supervisors. Monitor and manage requests using Interactive and Electronics Technical Manual (IETM), accessing Haystack, CMPRO, MRO and Make-To-Order (MTO) programs. Provide analysis in supporting monthly functional and supplier performance measurements and utilize results to manage suppliers. Collect data and generate reports using Access Business Operating Environment (BOE) (Teardown and Disposition, Dispatch Report, IMSP Shortages) for tracking of material and requisitions. Maintain daily communication with Crew Leaders, E&Es, Supervisors, and artisans to provide status of requests and of any material transfers. Track status and report of any delays relating to inventory shipments and receiving. Collaborate with E&E to perform any diverts through Material Transfer Forms (MTF) and recommend supervisor to make the necessary improvement in ASKARS. Manage and control the supplies backorders or Squadron turn-ins. Supervise parts documentation before transporting material to maintain safety of personnel. Perform all transports and storage of aircraft wings and related parts utilizing forklifts, cranes, and proper fixtures while maintaining proper material handling in accordance with FRCSWINST 440.6A. Managed and maintain inventory fuel cells for over 20 plus aircraft and parts for the fuel shop on a weekly basis. Generate inventory log spreadsheet to track on what's availability for upcoming aircraft for assembly. Assess and properly provide the right fuel cells for aircraft, if not permitting will perform MTF (Material Transfer Form) divert from other A/C to progress to build A/C. I maintain NRFI (Non Ready for Issue) for turn in on a one for one basis, credit carcasses and gain inventory.
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1. Responsible for tracking and control of maintenance work cards. 2. Report daily production activity to management
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- Some college
• Construct and manage daily production plans for 2 million square foot Regional Distribution Center consisting of > 500 team members
• Work alongside Sr. Operations Managers developing yearly hiring plans to align with monthly production expectations and operating budgets
• Plan and execute special projects laid out by Sr. Supply Chain Managers to maximize throughput to over 80 stores in the southeast region
• Orchestrate staffing and production decisions, in an elevated management role among 30 Operations Managers, which have led to being 1 of only 3 positive-to-budget facilities in the country YTD
• Achieved FY 2017 wage rate $0.21 below budget, resulting in positive budget performance over $200K
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2 years at this Job
- B.A. in Economics - Economics
Tasked with Additional duty during the extended absence of the full time P&C. Performed all P&C tasks such as creating, closing, and updating work orders to include ordering parts and updating status changes on weapons, combat vehicles, engineering equipment, electronics, communications, ground equipment and various other unit specific equipment. An extensive knowledge in GCSS Army program. Experienced in conducting the Class IX recon monthly. Established plans and schedules for maintenance and repair, using multiple process production methods and procedures for a variety of equipment that MATES supports. Ordered, received, and stocked Class IX parts in accordance with standard operating procedure. Created new supply locations and updated the RO and ROP to ensure funding was not wasted. Comprehensive knowledge on ordering deadline parts as a 03 priority to ensure they received funding before mission capable repair parts. Made on the spot adjustments to repair priorities by unscheduled maintenance requirements. Coordinated with units to keep them updated on equipment work order status and Class IX parts request status. Developed plans to maintain the readiness and availability of the equipment MATES supports. Implemented maintenance plans and monitored progress and status. Input data for work order information, status changes, supply updates, and other information. Created spread sheets that project long and short term maintenance requirements. Produced workload schedules for the shop. Produced initial and long range planning on matters which include multiple process production, maintenance operations, equipment, repair parts, annual training requirements, mobilization requirements and other factors influencing the repair, modification and maintenance of equipment and readiness reporting.
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7 years, 3 months at this Job
- High school or equivalent
Tinker AFB, OK United States 06/2015-03/2018 Hours per week: 40 Series: 1152 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 05/09 F119 Production Controller Supervisor: John Mounce I provide support and parts management for the F119 engine production shop. I have also worked with Pratt & Whitney and Boeing on a daily basis. I have the ability to manage shop capacity for input and output of assets. I provide status of F119 engine piece parts information to, supervisors and/or responsible personnel when required. I establish, develop and maintain an effective working relationship with all levels of management, organizations, Pratt & Whitney, and Boeing management & employees. I have the knowledge of the production organization, and established production methods, processes, labor, machinery, manpower, and material requirements for the repair, overhaul, and modification of a variety of complex aircraft and commodity items. I have ability to work and/or correct costing data/financial errors in production systems such as T-Jobs (206s) having the wrong DPC code, the wrong JOQ, and then parts did not sell correctly in G004L/G402A/G337 systems. I prepare the schedule and adjust the workload schedules according to daily shop operations, assets in-process, and in-queue. Researches discrepant transactions and reports findings daily within various data bases such as, ITS (Inventory Tracking System) G004L, D035K, G042A, Microsoft Access, Pratt & Whitney SDS shipping and receiving system. With these systems, I have the ability to develop un-programmed workload schedules by inducting F119 parts and components every day on a schedule, forecast, prepare and issues realistic work schedules based on priority, assets on-work, in-queue, and shop capacity, cleaning, inspections, and repairs of the F119 engine parts and components. I have the knowledge of production policies and regulations and how to properly apply them to prevent or alleviate production delays and scheduling conflicts; plan for and alleviate material shortages or delays, and correct faulty or ineffective production methods, procedures, or operations. I identify and coordinate provisioning data, and technical data necessary to support in the production process. I am responsible for tracking, receiving, and shipping F119 engine parts. I review work control documents (WCDs) for the engine parts and arrange for item movement within the shops. Input data into shop tracking systems accurately such as G337 (Inventory Tracking System), Kadenza, Pratt & Whitney SDS system, Microsoft Access, various tracking spreadsheets. I have the knowledge of safety and health standards, regulations, and requirements. All of these allow me to complete my job task, identify and develop alternative methods to divert work stoppage. Responsible for coordinating the verification of funds, workload, scheduling, item tracking, and customer relations for all assets worked within the production shops. With the help of work leads, I perform functions to control work operations and sequences that include special tooling and consider scheduling workloads and production as factors. I perform a full range of duties associated with standard projects or segments of more complex for which a higher grade employee has overall responsibility. I have the skill in planning unprogrammed workloads, such as requesting T-Jobs (206s) for Pratt & Whitney Eagle Supply parts and AMNS parts; scheduling and balancing planned and unplanned workloads; and maintaining production schedules for complex items utilizing multiple process production methods and procedures. I maintain files and share folder spreadsheets that include an inventory of all F119 engine parts and their location and status. Manage the shop workload, plans, develops, and adjusts programmed and un-programmed workload schedules in the repair, modification of complex end items in support of weapon systems. Review, validate and process workload documents. I work closely with F119 production planning in developing and verifying funding for 206 work packages processed such as making sure the JOQ and funding on T-Job requests for the unplanned workloads such as F119 engine piece parts and AMNS assemblies, liners and structures were accurate and within funding authorizations. I ordered Boeing AMNS components for the AMNS workloads and respond to specific requests requiring addition identification data, verification, and/or comparison. I establish a reputation of dependability to meet expectations within the organization. Through critical path management I ensure parts and material are available. I monitor work in progress and the impact on production schedules by assessing daily assets in work and in queue to develop my daily work schedule. Have knowledge of scheduling, material and inventory methods and processes, and material requirements for modification of a variety of complex parts. I have the knowledge of a variety of routine supply/production data, processes and regulations to provide adequate customer support without delays or conflicts. Coordinate and initiate remedial actions for resolutions. I also ensure corrections are made to fix ineffective methods that may cause delays and/or shortages. Knowledge of procedures, instructions, functions, and operations to program requirements and work methods to support repair inventory processes. I have the knowledge of governing supply regulations, procedures, instructions, operations, requirements and work methods. I have the ability to identify, define, investigate to resolve scheduling problems, interpret and apply applicable reference material, such as production regulations, records, orders and etc., to accomplish a work task and resolve supply/scheduling problems consistently throughout the organization.
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