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  • 1. Page 1 of 7 Scott R. Cook Married 156 Outland Avenue U.S. Citizen Brevard, NC 28712 828-862-4544, scottcook4@gmail.com EXPERIENCE: Over 28 years of experience in the maintenance, product flow, technical support, engineering, management, and sales and marketing arenas within the manufacturing industry, with successively increasing responsibilities and accountabilities. Heavy process involvement in surface mount technologies since 1979. OBJECTIVE: To secure a long-term position with a progressive, world class organization where I may contribute to the firm's goals by utilizing my technical, sales, and management skills. I am in my element in an Engineering / Technical management with upward growth potential based upon performance, merit, team-building abilities, and motivational skills. EDUCATION: 9/73 - 4/75 FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Melbourne, Florida Major: Biological Oceanography Minor: Computer Programming Hollis Engineering Nashua, New Hampshire Attended one week technical training seminar regarding the wave soldering process Electrovert, Inc. Dallas, Texas Attended one week technical training seminar regarding Electrovert wave solder and aqueous wash capital equipment. Universal Instruments Corp. Binghamton, New York Attended one week technical training seminars on the following Universal capital equipment: Dual head VCD, 6785 Large loose DIP inserter, 2595 Expandable axial sequencer, 2596 Expandable axial sequencer, 6772 Multi-Mod, 6774 Multi-Mod, Multi-Mod I, Multi-Mod II, Satellite positioning systems, 6748 Radial lead inserters, Program generator, off-line verifier, and Local host computer systems. USM Corporation Beverly, Massachusetts Attended two week technical training seminar on the following USM capital equipment: E/K2 DIP inserter, and axial lead sequencer with on-line component verifier. Panasonic Secaucus, New Jersey Attended one week technical training seminar on the following Panasonic capital equipment: Radial lead inserter Allen Bradley Company Lakewood, Colorado Attended one week technical training seminar on the following Allen Bradley capital equipment: PLC-2 family of Programmable Logic Controllers. Zenger-Miller Attended two week management training seminar Hillsborough Community College Tampa, Florida Attended one year curriculum which developed effective people management skills. Member of SMTA Technical Content Advisor, IPC Videos
  • 2. Page 2 of 7 SUMMARY OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Involvement in the electronics manufacturing arena for over 28 years, acting in management, sales and marketing, technical support, engineering, and maintenance support roles. Have managed as many as 125 employees, and controlled an annual budget in excess of two million dollars. Have been accountable for a manufacturing quot;cellquot; which generated in excess of fifteen million dollars annual revenue for the employer. Have been instrumental member of senior management team that Implemented a growth plan for a contract manufacturer, which took annual revenues from $900 K to $18 M in 3.5 years. • Career has been intensely focused upon factory automation, and the associated capital equipment, processes, and people required to successfully implement automation plans. Have played a significant role in the improvement of both the quality and efficiency of the numerous firms with which I have been associated. • Developed aggressive preventive maintenance, technical and non-technical employee training, and process yield improvement programs in several well-known domestic firms. These programs were designed to enhance, improve, and occasionally replace existing systems through intelligent planning. • Developed yield improvement / quality plan for a major disk drive controller manufacturer which decreased average automatic insertion equipment (through-hole) forced downtime from 12.3% to 4.7%, decreased post wave defects by 11.3%, and increased first-pass ICT yields by 9.3% in the time frame of 11 months. • Developed aggressive preventative maintenance and yield improvement program for a large telecommunications firm which decreased average automatic insertion equipment (through- hole) forced downtime from 11.3% to 0.79%, decreased post wave defects by 21.2%, and increased first-pass ICT yields by 11.7% in the time frame of 36 months. • Key member of management team who increased the business revenue (shipped revenue) from 900K per year to 18 million per year of a contract manufacturer in the time frame of 36 months, and achieved ISO 9002 certification in 9 months. •Key member of a sales team who presented and closed EMS sales; Have booked over $80 M in business. • Well-versed in the maintenance, process development, technical support, new product introduction, and product flows within the electronics manufacturing industry. • Excellent ability to evaluate problems in the maintenance, operational, and process aspects of today's automated facility. • Seasoned managerial experience / skills. • Excellent interpersonal skills. • Strong team management approach. I have served at the following firms: Mastec Advanced Technologies
  • 3. Page 3 of 7 Satellite Technician: * Plans installations by evaluating location; locating line of sight; laying-out equipment and wiring plan. * Establishes satellite system by installing dish; running and pulling cable; programming and calibrating equipment; adhering to codes, regulations, and standards. * Verifies system by testing equipment and connections; identifying and correcting problems. * Activate the customer's service. * Maintains records by documenting installation, service, and repairs. * Repairs service by listening to customer's description of problems; diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing problems by replacing and/or upgrading components. * Communicate with the customer and ensure that the customer throughly understands how to work the system. * Maintains safe work environment by following safe working practices. * Responsible for all inventory of materials and supplies. * Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading technical South Florida Community College Lead Maintenance Engineer. Responsibilities included development and implementation of a maintenance and custodial strategy and plan for a new satellite campus of a community college. Facilities and grounds maintenance, as well as custodial duties were implemented and deployed. Self Employed National Sales Director. Responsible for sales and service of client base for health based products. TRAK Engineering, Inc., National Sales Director. Responsibilities included development and implementation of a marketing strategy, development of a manufacturer’s rep network for representation nationwide, management of the direct regional sales force, and the accompanying technical sale of Fuel Management Systems for an equipment OEM. . I was responsible for bookings of over $2.4 million since September, 2000, which is 125% of my annual target. Tecnomatix-Unicam, Inc SE Regional Sales Manager for a supplier of CIM, FES and MES / Quality data collection software. Managed Manufacturer’s Reps in territory, and performed sales and marketing functions. From April 1999 through September, 2000, I was responsible for additional bookings of over $2M in annual revenues. Talla-Com Industries Manager of Commercial Business Development for an ISO 9001 Registered Electronic Contract Manufacturer. Their business focus was the RF and the wireless communication industry. My responsibilities and accountabilities included development and implementation of a marketing strategy, and the technical sale of contract manufacturing services. July 1997 through January 1998, I was responsible for additional bookings of over $4 million per year in revenue. From June 1996 through July 1997, I served as Lead Manufacturing Engineer, with responsibilities for automation engineering (equipment maintenance), process engineering, industrial engineering, and tooling engineering. Budget generation / justification, technical personnel and strategy management, capital equipment justification, and value-added process enhancements are all components of this arena. I justified, purchased, and implemented the following capital equipment: two (2) Siemens 80S-15 chipshooters, one (1) Siemens 80F-15 fine-pitch placement platform, one (1) MPM ultraprint 3000 screenprinter, one BTU VIP 98 convection I/R oven and one (1) Genrad 2284 In-circuit tester. NRT Contract Manufacturing Quality / Manufacturing Engineering Manager. Based in Tallahassee, Florida, NRT was a medium volume high mix contract manufacturer employing 125 people with annual revenues of $18 M. I reported directly to the president of the firm, and managed a staff of nine employees. I had total
  • 4. Page 4 of 7 accountability for all Engineering and Facility and Equipment Maintenance. I was a member of the sales team, as EMS services are typically a technical sale. I justified and purchased the following capital equipment in the time frame of 36 months: 2-Philips CSM 84VZ’s, 2- Philips CSM 60's, 1- Philips CSM-66, 1- Conceptronics I/R convection oven, 1-Technical Devices Wavesolder, 1- Mannix hot air fine-pitch SMT rework machine, 1-Hollis SMT-10 aqueous cleaner, 1-Alpha / Omega SMD 600 Ionic Contamination Tester, and numerous pieces of component prep equipment. I traveled approximately 3 - 4 times per year in order to make technical presentations to prospective and existing customers as a key member of the sales / closure team which was chartered to secure additional business. I was a member of a three man team who lead the way to NRT’s UL registered ISO 9002 certification in 1995; in the time frame of 9 months. The revenues at NRT grew from $900 K per year to $18 M per year during my 3.5 year tenure with them. Philips Circuit Assemblies Based in Tampa, Florida, Philips was a major force in the electronic contract manufacturing industry. I served as a Production Manager / Lead Manufacturing Engineer. I managed a staff of 125 employees, and controlled a budget in excess of 2 million dollars annually. I also served as the Equipment Maintenance Supervisor, and managed a staff of 27 direct employees. Jabil Circuit Company Located in St. Petersburg, Florida, Jabil is a state-of-the-art high volume SMT contract manufacturer. I served as a Manufacturing Engineer at Jabil, and was tasked with production line support, from incoming inspection through the shipping processes. As a side project, I assisted in the performance of all corporate testing on CFC cleaning alternatives. Racal-Milgo Located in Sunrise, Florida, Racal is a telecommunications OEM. I served as Production Equipment Maintenance Supervisor, and managed a staff of 16 employees and an annual budget of $425,000.00. Racal was a 1986 winner of the prestigious quot;PATquot; award, which is issued by Assembly Engineering magazine. This award recognizes major advances made in productivity and efficiency through assembly technology. Xebec, Inc. Located in Gardnerville, Nevada. I served as a technical support engineer. Xebec was awarded the coveted quot;vendor of the quarterquot; award from IBM for the three consecutive quarters that I was employed there. Xebec was also awarded the prestigious quot;vendor of the yearquot; award from Texas Instruments during the last quarter that I was employed there. AT&T Denver, Colorado I served as an equipment maintenance technician. Storage Technology, Inc. Louisville, Colorado I served as an equipment maintenance technician. Motorola Schaumburg, Illinois and Seguin, Texas I served as an equipment maintenance technician, and as a technical support individual. Universal Instruments, Corp. Binghamton, New York and Palatine, Illinois I served numerous functions at UIC. Detailed Experience: NRT Contract Manufacturing 102 Technology Way Havana, FL 32333 1/93 - 5/96 Engineering Manager Reporting directly to the president, I originally served a dual role: Engineering and QA Manager. As the company grew, a QA manager was brought on staff, and I relinquished those portions of my duties. I then managed a staff of nine employees; one secretary, four engineers, three equipment
  • 5. Page 5 of 7 maintenance and facilities and grounds maintenance technicians, and one document control clerk. Evaluated, justified, selected, purchased, installed, and configured two automated SMT assembly lines (four placement machines, two screen printers, two I/R reflow ovens, one wave solder, one aqueous cleaner, and two Genrad In-Circuit testers). Through effective team building, training, and hard work, my staff and I improved process yields at ICT 23%, at SMT placement by 45%, and at wavesolder by 250ppm. Philips Circuit Assemblies 3602 W. Waters Ave. Tampa, FL 33614 8/92 - 1/93 Production Manager / Lead Manufacturing Engineer Reporting in a dual role to both the Manager of Engineering and the Director of Operations, I managed a staff of two manufacturing engineers, one planner, three buyers, two production supervisors, seven inspectors, four equipment maintenance technicians, and one hundred seventeen hourly employees. Responsible for a two shift continuous flow high volume production quot;cellquot; which generated over 15 million dollars in revenue annually. Accountable for business development and relationships, risk management, shipment commitments, production scheduling, quality levels, and P & L within a continuous flow manufacturing cell capable of manufacturing through-hole, mixed technology, surface mount, and quot;box-buildquot; of electronic assemblies. 12/91 - 8/92 Equipment Maintenance Supervisor I managed a staff of 25 people. I reported to the Manager of Engineering. My duties included: equipment spare parts inventory control, operations fixturing and tooling inventory control, cost containment / reductions, ensuring optimum automated equipment uptime, assisting in new capital equipment and process evaluation, selection, and justification, generation, justification, and tracking of a $1.6 million annual departmental budget, overseeing equipment enhancements and upgrades, developing and overseeing technician and operator training and certification. Jabil Circuit Company 10800 Roosevelt Blvd. St. Petersburg, FL 34624 12/89 - 12/91 Manufacturing Engineer Responsible for customer's product from incoming inspection through all manufacturing processes to shipment to the customer in a high volume surface mount contract manufacturing environment. My duties included: new product introduction, process development, tooling design and implementation, production personnel development, customer interface, and overall integrity / quality of the products run through an in-line continuous flow surface mount assembly production line. Held ultimately accountable for the quality and on-time delivery of product to the customer base. Philips Circuit Assemblies 3602 W. Waters Ave. Tampa, FL 33614 9/88 - 12/89 Equipment Maintenance Supervisor Managed a staff of 27 people. I reported to the Manager of Engineering. My duties included: equipment spare parts inventory control, operations fixturing and tooling inventory control, cost containment / reductions, ensuring optimum automated equipment uptime, assisting in new capital equipment and process evaluation, selection, and justification, generation, justification, and tracking of a $1.3 million annual departmental budget, overseeing equipment enhancements and upgrades, developing and overseeing technician and operator training and certification. Detailed Experience Continued: Racal-Milgo 8600 N.W. 36th Street Miami, FL 33166 9/85 - 9/88 Production Machine Maintenance Supervisor I had a staff of 10 technicians. I reported to the Manager of Advanced Manufacturing Engineering. My duties included: equipment spare parts inventory control, cost containment / reductions, ensuring optimum automated equipment uptime, assisting in new capital equipment and process evaluation, selection, and justification, generation, justification, and tracking of a $425,000.00 annual departmental budget, overseeing equipment enhancements and upgrades, developing and overseeing technician and operator training and certification. Major Milestones:
  • 6. Page 6 of 7 1. Decreased average automatic insertion equipment downtime from 11.3% in fy '86 to 0.79% in fy '89. 2. Key member of project team involved in raising ICT first-pass yields (Genrad 2270 and 2272) from a 60% average in fy '86 to an 89% average in fy'89. 3. Key member of project team involved in bringing SMT manufacturing technologies and capabilities onboard at Racal-Milgo. Xebec 1198 E. Valley Road Gardnerville, NV 89410 12/84 - 3/85 Technical Support Engineer, A.I. & Robotics I reported to the Engineering Manager. My duties included: new product introduction, cost reductions in the equipment maintenance spare parts inventory, improvement of methods and productivity by studying process and equipment yields problems and downtimes, designing and implementing a preventative maintenance program, training all technical staff, and value-added engineering for two fully automated robotic assembly lines. Assisted in the system integration for those lines when they were conceived and installed. Decreased average equipment downtime of automatic insertion lines from 12.3% in 1985 to 4.7% in 1985. Lead A.I. Technician My duties included: P.M., troubleshooting, modification, enhancement, and repair of all production equipment in a contract manufacturing facility. AT&T Technologies, Inc. 1200 W. 120th Ave. Denver, CO 80241 11/79 - 11/84 Machine Equipment Technician My duties included:P.M., troubleshooting, modification, enhancement, and repair of all production equipment in an OEM telecommunications manufacturing facility. SMT technologies and capabilities were introduced to this facility during my tenure with the firm. Storage Technology Corporation Industrial Lane Broomfield, CO 80501 12/78 - 11/79 Manufacturing Technician III I spent three months TDY in Ponce, Puerto Rico lending technical support for the installation and start-up activities of a new manufacturing facility.
  • 7. Page 7 of 7 Detailed Experience Continued: Motorola, Inc. 1301 Algonquin Rd. Schaumburg, IL 60067 3/77 - 12/78 Office and Technical Support Experience in the Schaumburg facility was in an equipment maintenance capacity, with similar responsibilities as those at AT&T. Transferred the quot;MOCATquot; C.B. product lines to the Seguin, Texas facility on 1/78. I served as a buffer between process engineering and the production floor. I was responsible for working closely with process engineering and production equipment maintenance in order to ensure smooth product flow from component prep through auto-insertion, and on into the wave soldering process. I was responsible for training and certification of all maintenance and production personnel on all newly acquired automated equipment. Universal Instruments Corporation Broome Industrial Park Binghamton, NY 1390 7/72 - 9/73 and 4/75 - 4/77 Worked part-time at UIC's contract manufacturing facility during high school. Began full-time employment after leaving college. Held the following positions: Stockroom Clerk Shipping & Receiving Clerk Material Controller Expediter Production Supervisor Maintenance Technician REFERENCES: Excellent references are always available upon request.