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THOMAS WHITING 14 Grove Street * Marathon, NY 13803 [email protected] * 607-849-6176 cell 607-745-9561 MANAGEMENT PROFILE Business Operations cts

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Dynamic, resourceful and motivated Manager with experience in project and traini ng management as well as understanding of large-scale plant supervision. Results -oriented, decisive leader, with proven success leading teams to effectively mee t company objectives within specific time and budget controls. Exceptional know ledge of ISO 9000 and OSHA standards and expectations. CORE COMPETENCIES * Training & Safety * Coaching & Mentoring * Team Building * Lean Manufacturing * Capital Project Management * OSHA/ISO/HAZWOPER * Quality Assurance * 5 S basic experience * P&L Management * Innovative Leadership * Computer Proficiencies * MRP and Oracle PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Sanmina-SCI - Owego, NY Senior Production Supervisor (2006 - 2010) Responsible for daily supervision of several Departments including Photoplotting , Dry Film Applications, Automated Optical Inspection, Screening, Soldercoat, Fa brication and Electrical test for a major manufacturer of specialty printed circ uit boards. Duties included Production control, process monitoring, cost control , scrap reduction, employee team leadership and facilitation, scheduling, mentor ing and achieving high standards of performance for on-time delivery of high en d custom printed circuit boards. Educational Hiatus (2003 to 2006) Utilized an opportunity to improve educational standing by enrolling in an accel erated degree program, attaining a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Manage ment through Empire State College (Ithaca Unit) - a division of SUNY. Completed a four year degree program in two years while maintaining a 3.75 GPA. Buckbee-Mears Cortland, Inc. - Cortland, NY Training Manager (1999 to 2003) Fully expanded company training department to incorporate staff development init iatives for the entire plant. Ran new employee and regular update seminars for O SHA requirements. Worked with department heads to quantify training needs of eac h department and prepared appropriate materials. Designed and supervised constru ction of full-service training center, ordered training materials and rewrote ma ny manuals to fit company objectives. Provided in-house and external vendor-supp lied training programs, scheduling and budgeting for instruction with class size of up to 30 employees at a time. Wrote company-wide job descriptions and inform ational ISO 9000 and ISO 9000-2001 training manuals. Key Achievements: * Persuaded upper management to move forward with the new training facilities us ing return on investment, safety, quality and time-saving calculations as justif ication. * Authored 300+ page updated training manuals, training CD's and flashcards. * Created company databases to track development and job safety records of all 8 00 employees and historical reference manuals to assist in troubleshooting proce

ss line problems which were available to entire plant. Lead Engineer/Expansion Project (1996 to 1999) With a budget of $3 million for new equipment installation of three process sect ions on two new production lines, worked as lead engineer in the design, develop ment and installation of the Developer, Stripper and Mask Storage division of th e $115 million expansion project. Selected all vendors, suppliers, engineers and draftsmen to design and manufacture equipment, supervising and approving redesi gns and modifications. Provided input, advice and expert knowledge on all change s, budget and time-frame updates, chemical process design considerations and RFQ and RFP approvals. Key Achievements: * Fully-accountable for complete budget, expenses, and related spreadsheets, lis ts, contractual information, and new equipment data. * Project completion was on time and $100,000 under budget. Production Supervisor (1989 to 1996) (1999 - 2000) Successfully supervised up to 30 production staff members while meeting company objectives including policy, procedure, ISO 9000, and safety compliances, along with attendance and yielding expected production. Mentored and communicated with several departments to maintain strong working relations for higher efficiency levels. Key Achievement: * In charge of entire plant on off-shifts and weekends with supervision of up to 400 staff and 5 production lines. * * * * * * * * * * ~ Began early career gaining valuable experience and knowledge working in severa l large corporations in electronics assembly and packaging, operating surface gr inding machine, and building prototype woodworked products before moving to Buck bee-Mears Cortland, Inc. ~ EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS Bachelor of Science in Business Management * Empire State College (SUNY) - Ithac a, NY 2003 - 2005 Certifications Supervision, Communications, Juran Training, Team Building, ISO Internal Auditor , Root Cause Problem Solving, Statistical Process Control, Lean Manufacturing, T otal Productive Maintenance, Job Safety Analysis, Achieving Quick Changeover, Tr ain-the-Trainer, Legal & Effective Interviewing, Managing Diversity, MS PowerPoi nt, MS Access, Chlorine Hazardous Response HAZWOPER level 1,2,3, and Respirator Safety

Computer Experience MAC and PC's, Windows 95 - XP, Microsoft Word, Works, PowerPoint, Excel and Acce ss, Internet and intranet, MRP and Oracle, FileMaker Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, Studio MP10, Video Test, Video Spec, Screen Capture and Video Editing PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Former Member, American Society of Training and Development (2002)

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