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DJO CV May 2015

  1. 1. Curriculum Vitae of Denis Joseph O’Callaghan CURRICULUM VITAE Denis Joseph O’Callaghan Personal Profile A resourceful and innovative Factory Engineering Manager with strong engineering managerial experience in a broad variety of engineering, plant commissioning and FMCG production processes for a multinational blue chip company. He is committed to achieving both strong industrial performance and self-development whilst maintaining a safe manufacturing and working environment. He possesses an informed and realistic understanding of both the commercial and industrial needs and requirements of the modern business and is confident in dealing with people at all levels of business structure. Summary of Key Skills and Experience  Developed leadership and managerial abilities with a determined “we can do it attitude”.  Management of large multi-disciplined engineering teams across major sites (1000 + employees)  TPM PM Pillar Lead and specialist to step 4 PM Pillar, step 3 AM Pillar and sit on the factory executive committee  Development and implementation of successful cross functional teams that deliver results  Development of planned maintenance engineering in a modern FMCG environment via CMM systems (SAP-GLOBE).  Strong coaching and mentoring skills with emphasis on results focus  Experienced change manager competent in the development and implementation of new systems of working, skills diversification and shift patterns  Experience of Health and Safety regulations, COSHE. IOSH Managing Safety, HACCP.  Competent computer user conversant with MS Office, AutoCAD, SAP, Internet.  Confident communicator to all levels of business and industry.  CAPEX application & project management, 3rd party negotiations for supply of service and materials  Permit training, development and authorisation.  Strong mechanical engineering background in variety of industries.  Certified Nestle Train The Trainer level 5 and competent in writing and delivering technical training modules in a variety of subjects Career History Oct 1996 – Present Nestle UK Ltd. Factory Engineering Manager, Nestle Dolce Gusto, Tutbury Jan 2014 to present  Leading a multi-disciplined site engineering team in a 24/7 FMCG environment  Works across all functions as part of the site senior leadership team  TPM PM Pillar lead and executive committee member responsible for establishing PM pillar from launch through to phase assessment  Interaction with Global Business Unit and development PTC’s  Multimillion + Financial budget preparation and control  Responsibility for project development from conception, CAPEX requesting and through to final commissioning.  Coaching and development of engineering management team through PDG’s and Personal Evaluation appraisals.  Responsible for developing and implementing planned & preventative maintenance (PPM via CMMS (SAP biased) systems on a wide variety of process plant and associated equipment.  Development and management of KPI’s  Senior machinery duty holder for site
  2. 2. Curriculum Vitae of Denis Joseph O’Callaghan Asset Maintenance Manager, Nestle Confectionary, Halifax, Jan 2006 to Dec 2013  TPM PM Pillar member specifically involved in introducing and developing the Planned Maintenance pillar under the ongoing TPM requirements of the site, currently step 5 PM pillar.  Management, supervision and selection of all multi disciplined Technicians, contractors and technical operatives working in the department.  Interviewing of potential candidates through personal interview and assessment centre with both behavioural competency and problem solving sections.  Negotiation of contractual terms with 3rd party suppliers through ERD’s  Consequence Driven Maintenance (CDM) analysis of all departmental assets and restructuring of PPM where required.  Delivering department & factory KPI’s within time and monetary limits, daily reporting of the targets and achievements at production and engineering meetings.  The development and implementation of technical training plans and standard operating procedures (SOP’s) for technicians & technical operatives.  Participate in cross functional teams to assist in the ongoing development of departments, e.g. encouraging and facilitating the use of DMAIC as a problem solving tool through multiple function teams.  Ultimately responsible for delivering a professional engineering function to the business where Health & Safety and product quality are paramount.  Responsible for delivering a cultural change programme from the original separate craft function to the present integrated team of technical operators who both man and maintain the equipment simultaneously. Technician (2 years)  Engineering technician working on both Quality Street and Easter Egg manufacturing and wrapping. This involved co-ordinating the engineering in the department on a day to day basis and development of the Tec-op’s to the desired level of competency to maintain the machinery. Maintenance Fitter (9 years)  Responsible for all mechanical maintenance of machinery throughout the site, additionally I spent several years as the engineering union convenor and was involved in the development of a number of site change strategies. Nov 1995 – Oct 1996 Merryfield Engineering Group Commissioning engineer working predominantly on site throughout the UK installing and commissioning bespoke material handling equipment June 1995 – Nov 1995 Banson Tool Hire Technical sales of hire equipment to business users Jan 1995 – June 1995 Aflex Hose Ltd Sales / production / design engineer of extruded PTFE hose for commercial sectors Mar 1994 – Jan 1995 Spring Vale Engineering Ltd Commissioning engineer installing various material handling solutions in airports and national distribution centres. May 1992 – Mar 1994 Self Employed Process Commissioning Engineer Chemical process plants throughout Northern England Jul 1984 – May 1991 Marshall Mono Ltd Mechanical engineering apprenticeship followed by several years working as a maintenance engineer in a very heavy industrial environment
  3. 3. Curriculum Vitae of Denis Joseph O’Callaghan Vocational Qualifications H.N.C: Mechanical and Computer Aided Engineering Comprising: AutoCAD, CNC programming, PLC system programming, Computerised Maintenance Management Systems City & Guilds: Level 3 (Advanced) Advanced Maintenance Engineering Systems Comprising: Advanced maintenance systems (CDM, TPM, CMMS), production engineering processes, and Computer Aided Engineering systems. Level’s 1 & 2 Mechanical Engineering Comprising: General engineering skills required to complete a recognised mechanical engineering apprenticeship. Level’s 1 & 2 Communication Skills Institute of Leadership Level 5 Certificate & Management: Organisational behaviour and managerial tools and methods Health & Safety: Level’s 1 & 2 Safety In the Workplace Managing Safely (IOSH / ROSPA) First Aid in the Workplace Educational Qualifications O level: English Literature, Geography, History, Government Economics and Politics C.S.E. Chemistry, Mathematics, Woodwork Hobbies and Pastimes Reading Biographies and crime thrillers Generally spending time with my young family Personal & Contact Details Personal Full UK driving licence, Non-smoker Date of Birth: 31 December 1967 Address 5 Mountain View Holmfield Halifax Hx2 9SL Telephone Home: 01422 243005 Mobile: 079 199 16395 E-Mail denis@btinternet.com

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