SlideShare a Scribd company logo
1 of 4
Download to read offline
Curriculum Vitae
Lee Anthony Joynston
Personal Details:
Name: Lee Anthony Joynston
Resides: 6 Roundhouse Crescent, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S81 7AL
Date of Birth: 5th August 1985
Nationality: British
Home: 01909 473295
Mobile: 07950 817012
E-mail: leejoynston@hotmail.com
Key Skills:
Communication: Advanced verbal and written communication skills developed
throughout my academic study and employment; presenting in formal
and informal settings; the ability to communicate complex ideas clearly
and concisely to people of all levels and to work in a team.
Organisation /
Planning My academic study and current employment has equipped me with
excellent planning skills in order to organise ideas, meet deadlines and
production targets; the ability to acquire new skills quickly; an analytical
mind which allows successful conclusions to be sought and a methodical
and logical approach to tasks.
Laboratory: See below in the summary of my third year laboratory project for techniques
and procedures used.
Academic History:
Ongoing: Principles of Innovation in Business.
Trainer: Medilink
February 2015: Level 2 Internal Auditor Training ISO 13485:2012 (medical
devices).
Trainer: SGS
April 2013: First Aid at Work (3 day course).
Sept ‘03 – July ‘06: (Bsc) Biochemistry (2.1)
University of Sheffield
3rd year Modules: · Assembly of Supramolecular Structures
· Biochemical Basis of Human Disease
· Biochemical Signalling
· Enzymes
· Membrane Protein Structure and Function
· Molecular Immunology
· Molecular Physiology
· Virus Infections of Humans
3rd Year
Laboratory Project: Mark achieved: 2.1
My third year laboratory project involved investigating McrC which makes up part of the restriction
enzyme McrBC. The main aims of the project were to over express, characterise and purify the gene
product of McrC. This was achieved by transforming a Strain of E.coli BL21 (DE3) with a plasmid
pET14b containing the mcrC gene under the control of a promoter system which was inducible by
IPTG.
The main techniques and procedures used throughout the project were transformations, primary and
secondary culture preparation, SDS-PAGE, In-gel tryptic digestion of proteins, mass spectrometry
and purification of the protein using Ni-NTA Sepharose chromatography.
1996 – 2003: Dinnington Comprehensive School, Sheffield
A – Level:
Biology (B), Chemistry (B), ICT (B)
AS Level:
Physics (B), Critical Thinking (D)
GCSE:
10 GCSEs all A* - C
Career History:
Production Team Leader
Jan '13 – Present: DRFP (Dental Root Filling Products) SmartSeal Ltd, Sheffield
DRFP is a medical device manufacturing company that produces cutting edge obturation points for
the use in root canal treatment. My main responsibilities as the production team leader are:
• Supervise and lead 6-8 members of the production team, this can include both permanent
and agency staff.
• Creating and implementing production plans to meet demand of all products. At DRFP we
manufacture two main product lines, with each having 18 possible variations.
• Generating production reports which are presented to the operations director and CEO to
inform on stock levels, production plans, order fulfilment time lines, product efficiency etc.
• Daily team briefs for all production staff to ensure correct product is being manufactured and
production quotas met.
• Monitoring, control and authorisation of attendance, holidays and absence.
• Control and supervision of overtime when it is available.
• Working knowledge of ISO 13485:2012 (medical devices) and promoting its compliance
within the company.
• Yearly internal audit planning and undertaking of internal audits that I have been made
responsible for. Report writing and initiating corrective actions if there are any.
• Preparation of the production department for external audit by SGS in maintaining our CE
mark in ISO 13485:2012.
• Ensuring SOP's are followed in all areas of the production process, and these files are
readily available to staff in their correct versions.
• SOP reviewing, updating and writing.
• Training of new production staff in all areas of laboratory and clerical work.
• Monitoring performance of all production staff, identifying training needs, implementing them
and updating staff training records.
• Daily quality assurance testing of product and responsibility for the upkeep of the database
that processes this data and ensures product is performing within strict tolerances.
• Daily final product checks and clearance of product followed by entry on to the stock
database.
• Working with production staff and R&D to identify areas of improvement in processes and
procedures within the manufacturing operation and implementing solutions.
• Collecting product efficiency data and upkeep of the database that stores the information.
This data is reported back to the operations director and is also used to look for patterns in
failures and drive improvements to continuously help reduce costs.
• Promote and monitor a high level of housekeeping through out the manufacturing
environment as we are producing a medical device.
• Validating new equipment, planing of the yearly validation schedule for all equipment used
within the production process, performing the tests, writing the reports and updating the
validation log.
• Calibration and monitoring of essential equipment used in the production process.
• Responsible for organising monthly bioburden testing of product and ensuring the results
stay with in strict set levels.
• Supporting the Operations director in all areas of the manufacturing business.
• Performing production engineer duties on a daily basis to support the production team.
• Promoting an innovative environment in the work place where all staff feel their ideas are
equal and taken on board to improve all areas of the work place.
• Responsible for staff recruitment this includes CV review and interviewing potential
candidates.
• Promote and enforce good health and safety in the production process, as we work with
hazardous chemicals all personal protective equipment must be issued and worn when
working with these chemicals on a daily basis.
• Monitoring raw and intermediate materials and working with purchasing to ensuring they are
always available for continuous production.
• Dealing with customers and distributor requests.
• Dispatch of product to customers in the UK, Europe and USA.
• Promoting compliance with the QMS, ensuring all documentation is filled in fully and correctly
and all procedures followed as stated.
• First aider
April ’07 – Dec '12: Laboratory Technician / Production Engineer
My initial responsibilities with in the company was final research and development in to the
company’s new obturation point and the and scaling up work for the production procedure for the full
launch in to the UK market. After its release my main focus was on production, my main
responsibilities in this area was:
• Meeting daily production targets.
• Fulfilling all production documentation to comply with the company QMS.
• Dispensing and weighing chemicals to a high level of accuracy.
• Working with and mixing monomers, polymers and nano powders.
• Using and programming a SpeedMixer DAC 600.1 VAC-P.
• Using and programming EFD (electronic filling devices) for automatic dispensing of
monomer mixes.
• Working within a clean room for opening, inspection, fault logging and packaging of product.
• Upkeep of the clean room environment.
• Upkeep of the production laboratory's.
• Labelling and inspection of packaged product.
• Research & development in to product improvement / line extensions to keep the product
competitive.
• Report writing and experiment history recording.
• Preparation of all chemicals (column filtration, dispensing to set volumes etc) and materials
for use in the production process.
• Logging and testing of received raw materials.
• Daily checking, processing and dispatch of orders.
• Training of new staff.
• Minimal experience working at the micro-moulding facilities at the University of Bradford.
June – Sept ’05: Moeller Manufacturing, Worksop
Temporary work in automation department
Worked in a close team environment assembling electrical switches and
running automated machinery.
June – Sept ’04: Moeller Manufacturing, Worksop
Temporary work in automation department
June – Sept ’03: Hazlewoods Convenience Foods, Kiveton
Temporary Work in the Dispatch department
Worked within team to ensure we met strict deadlines for dispatch of food
products. Duties included packing, labelling, box making etc
June ’02: Watts Estate Agents, Dinnington
Three weeks work experience as administrator
General duties included answering the phone, talking to customers in the
shop, filing documents.
Personal Interests:
I enjoy most sports, particularly football and formula 1. My lifestyle is quite active and I train in aiki-
jitsu twice a week as a result, I am currently graded to black belt (2nd Dan) after training at that club
for 8 years. In addition to this, I am a sociable person who enjoys spending time with both family and
friends.
References:
Paul Holden Operations Director, DRFP Smartseal, Dorehouse Buisness Park, 15 Orgreave Place,
Sheffield, S13 9LU
Telephone: 0114 254 8688
Professor David W Rice, Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, The University of
Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK
Telephone: 0114 222 4242
Fax: 0114 22 2850
Email: d.rice@sheffield.ac.uk

More Related Content

What's hot (19)

Resume_TRACEY RICHARDSON_Word 97-2003
Resume_TRACEY RICHARDSON_Word 97-2003Resume_TRACEY RICHARDSON_Word 97-2003
Resume_TRACEY RICHARDSON_Word 97-2003
 
AmolPawar08
AmolPawar08AmolPawar08
AmolPawar08
 
MKP
MKPMKP
MKP
 
daniel nituCV-update CR
daniel nituCV-update CRdaniel nituCV-update CR
daniel nituCV-update CR
 
Kelly CV New
Kelly CV NewKelly CV New
Kelly CV New
 
Resume_Arup Barman Roy
Resume_Arup Barman RoyResume_Arup Barman Roy
Resume_Arup Barman Roy
 
mak_petrochem_cv
mak_petrochem_cvmak_petrochem_cv
mak_petrochem_cv
 
D Bishop
D BishopD Bishop
D Bishop
 
CURRICULUM VITAE. 2016
CURRICULUM VITAE. 2016CURRICULUM VITAE. 2016
CURRICULUM VITAE. 2016
 
Marilyn fogg resume a
Marilyn fogg resume aMarilyn fogg resume a
Marilyn fogg resume a
 
resume 11-11-2014
resume 11-11-2014resume 11-11-2014
resume 11-11-2014
 
Resume 2015
Resume 2015Resume 2015
Resume 2015
 
Ravindra 22.5.16
Ravindra 22.5.16Ravindra 22.5.16
Ravindra 22.5.16
 
Curriculum Vitae Ravikiran Kshirsagar
Curriculum Vitae Ravikiran KshirsagarCurriculum Vitae Ravikiran Kshirsagar
Curriculum Vitae Ravikiran Kshirsagar
 
rishi 5 new
rishi 5 newrishi 5 new
rishi 5 new
 
Ravi Sankpal CV
Ravi Sankpal CVRavi Sankpal CV
Ravi Sankpal CV
 
PB_Resume
PB_ResumePB_Resume
PB_Resume
 
Subhasri Final Resume
Subhasri Final ResumeSubhasri Final Resume
Subhasri Final Resume
 
CV glenda 2016-1
CV glenda 2016-1CV glenda 2016-1
CV glenda 2016-1
 

Similar to CV Lee Joynston Production Leader

Similar to CV Lee Joynston Production Leader (20)

CV, Updated by Claudine Tiendioh
CV, Updated by Claudine TiendiohCV, Updated by Claudine Tiendioh
CV, Updated by Claudine Tiendioh
 
CV Jess Mc Govern 15
CV Jess Mc Govern 15CV Jess Mc Govern 15
CV Jess Mc Govern 15
 
Deborah Johnson-Resume 02-01-2016
Deborah Johnson-Resume  02-01-2016Deborah Johnson-Resume  02-01-2016
Deborah Johnson-Resume 02-01-2016
 
Suzanne_Sweet_Dec2014
Suzanne_Sweet_Dec2014Suzanne_Sweet_Dec2014
Suzanne_Sweet_Dec2014
 
cv
cvcv
cv
 
jagdipcvindustry
jagdipcvindustryjagdipcvindustry
jagdipcvindustry
 
Bill-Stockton
Bill-StocktonBill-Stockton
Bill-Stockton
 
Medaht Cv
Medaht CvMedaht Cv
Medaht Cv
 
Resume_Gingnattha (3)
Resume_Gingnattha (3)Resume_Gingnattha (3)
Resume_Gingnattha (3)
 
Resume # Ajay Sharma
Resume # Ajay SharmaResume # Ajay Sharma
Resume # Ajay Sharma
 
Den.cv2015
Den.cv2015Den.cv2015
Den.cv2015
 
Sandy Ruiz Resume
Sandy Ruiz ResumeSandy Ruiz Resume
Sandy Ruiz Resume
 
Albert Brantley Jr Curriculum Vitae
Albert Brantley Jr Curriculum VitaeAlbert Brantley Jr Curriculum Vitae
Albert Brantley Jr Curriculum Vitae
 
Cv Leon Potgieter2
Cv Leon Potgieter2Cv Leon Potgieter2
Cv Leon Potgieter2
 
Production Co ordinator Job profile
Production Co ordinator Job profileProduction Co ordinator Job profile
Production Co ordinator Job profile
 
kaushalpandya cv
kaushalpandya cvkaushalpandya cv
kaushalpandya cv
 
Mahmoud elmeliegy. cv
Mahmoud elmeliegy. cvMahmoud elmeliegy. cv
Mahmoud elmeliegy. cv
 
Charinthorn_Resume file_
Charinthorn_Resume file_Charinthorn_Resume file_
Charinthorn_Resume file_
 
Sean Smith 2016 CV
Sean Smith 2016 CVSean Smith 2016 CV
Sean Smith 2016 CV
 
kavyashree - Pharmac
kavyashree - Pharmackavyashree - Pharmac
kavyashree - Pharmac
 

CV Lee Joynston Production Leader

  • 1. Curriculum Vitae Lee Anthony Joynston Personal Details: Name: Lee Anthony Joynston Resides: 6 Roundhouse Crescent, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S81 7AL Date of Birth: 5th August 1985 Nationality: British Home: 01909 473295 Mobile: 07950 817012 E-mail: leejoynston@hotmail.com Key Skills: Communication: Advanced verbal and written communication skills developed throughout my academic study and employment; presenting in formal and informal settings; the ability to communicate complex ideas clearly and concisely to people of all levels and to work in a team. Organisation / Planning My academic study and current employment has equipped me with excellent planning skills in order to organise ideas, meet deadlines and production targets; the ability to acquire new skills quickly; an analytical mind which allows successful conclusions to be sought and a methodical and logical approach to tasks. Laboratory: See below in the summary of my third year laboratory project for techniques and procedures used. Academic History: Ongoing: Principles of Innovation in Business. Trainer: Medilink February 2015: Level 2 Internal Auditor Training ISO 13485:2012 (medical devices). Trainer: SGS April 2013: First Aid at Work (3 day course). Sept ‘03 – July ‘06: (Bsc) Biochemistry (2.1) University of Sheffield 3rd year Modules: · Assembly of Supramolecular Structures · Biochemical Basis of Human Disease · Biochemical Signalling · Enzymes · Membrane Protein Structure and Function · Molecular Immunology · Molecular Physiology · Virus Infections of Humans 3rd Year Laboratory Project: Mark achieved: 2.1 My third year laboratory project involved investigating McrC which makes up part of the restriction enzyme McrBC. The main aims of the project were to over express, characterise and purify the gene product of McrC. This was achieved by transforming a Strain of E.coli BL21 (DE3) with a plasmid pET14b containing the mcrC gene under the control of a promoter system which was inducible by
  • 2. IPTG. The main techniques and procedures used throughout the project were transformations, primary and secondary culture preparation, SDS-PAGE, In-gel tryptic digestion of proteins, mass spectrometry and purification of the protein using Ni-NTA Sepharose chromatography. 1996 – 2003: Dinnington Comprehensive School, Sheffield A – Level: Biology (B), Chemistry (B), ICT (B) AS Level: Physics (B), Critical Thinking (D) GCSE: 10 GCSEs all A* - C Career History: Production Team Leader Jan '13 – Present: DRFP (Dental Root Filling Products) SmartSeal Ltd, Sheffield DRFP is a medical device manufacturing company that produces cutting edge obturation points for the use in root canal treatment. My main responsibilities as the production team leader are: • Supervise and lead 6-8 members of the production team, this can include both permanent and agency staff. • Creating and implementing production plans to meet demand of all products. At DRFP we manufacture two main product lines, with each having 18 possible variations. • Generating production reports which are presented to the operations director and CEO to inform on stock levels, production plans, order fulfilment time lines, product efficiency etc. • Daily team briefs for all production staff to ensure correct product is being manufactured and production quotas met. • Monitoring, control and authorisation of attendance, holidays and absence. • Control and supervision of overtime when it is available. • Working knowledge of ISO 13485:2012 (medical devices) and promoting its compliance within the company. • Yearly internal audit planning and undertaking of internal audits that I have been made responsible for. Report writing and initiating corrective actions if there are any. • Preparation of the production department for external audit by SGS in maintaining our CE mark in ISO 13485:2012. • Ensuring SOP's are followed in all areas of the production process, and these files are readily available to staff in their correct versions. • SOP reviewing, updating and writing. • Training of new production staff in all areas of laboratory and clerical work. • Monitoring performance of all production staff, identifying training needs, implementing them and updating staff training records. • Daily quality assurance testing of product and responsibility for the upkeep of the database that processes this data and ensures product is performing within strict tolerances. • Daily final product checks and clearance of product followed by entry on to the stock database. • Working with production staff and R&D to identify areas of improvement in processes and procedures within the manufacturing operation and implementing solutions. • Collecting product efficiency data and upkeep of the database that stores the information. This data is reported back to the operations director and is also used to look for patterns in failures and drive improvements to continuously help reduce costs. • Promote and monitor a high level of housekeeping through out the manufacturing environment as we are producing a medical device.
  • 3. • Validating new equipment, planing of the yearly validation schedule for all equipment used within the production process, performing the tests, writing the reports and updating the validation log. • Calibration and monitoring of essential equipment used in the production process. • Responsible for organising monthly bioburden testing of product and ensuring the results stay with in strict set levels. • Supporting the Operations director in all areas of the manufacturing business. • Performing production engineer duties on a daily basis to support the production team. • Promoting an innovative environment in the work place where all staff feel their ideas are equal and taken on board to improve all areas of the work place. • Responsible for staff recruitment this includes CV review and interviewing potential candidates. • Promote and enforce good health and safety in the production process, as we work with hazardous chemicals all personal protective equipment must be issued and worn when working with these chemicals on a daily basis. • Monitoring raw and intermediate materials and working with purchasing to ensuring they are always available for continuous production. • Dealing with customers and distributor requests. • Dispatch of product to customers in the UK, Europe and USA. • Promoting compliance with the QMS, ensuring all documentation is filled in fully and correctly and all procedures followed as stated. • First aider April ’07 – Dec '12: Laboratory Technician / Production Engineer My initial responsibilities with in the company was final research and development in to the company’s new obturation point and the and scaling up work for the production procedure for the full launch in to the UK market. After its release my main focus was on production, my main responsibilities in this area was: • Meeting daily production targets. • Fulfilling all production documentation to comply with the company QMS. • Dispensing and weighing chemicals to a high level of accuracy. • Working with and mixing monomers, polymers and nano powders. • Using and programming a SpeedMixer DAC 600.1 VAC-P. • Using and programming EFD (electronic filling devices) for automatic dispensing of monomer mixes. • Working within a clean room for opening, inspection, fault logging and packaging of product. • Upkeep of the clean room environment. • Upkeep of the production laboratory's. • Labelling and inspection of packaged product. • Research & development in to product improvement / line extensions to keep the product competitive. • Report writing and experiment history recording. • Preparation of all chemicals (column filtration, dispensing to set volumes etc) and materials for use in the production process. • Logging and testing of received raw materials. • Daily checking, processing and dispatch of orders. • Training of new staff. • Minimal experience working at the micro-moulding facilities at the University of Bradford. June – Sept ’05: Moeller Manufacturing, Worksop Temporary work in automation department Worked in a close team environment assembling electrical switches and running automated machinery.
  • 4. June – Sept ’04: Moeller Manufacturing, Worksop Temporary work in automation department June – Sept ’03: Hazlewoods Convenience Foods, Kiveton Temporary Work in the Dispatch department Worked within team to ensure we met strict deadlines for dispatch of food products. Duties included packing, labelling, box making etc June ’02: Watts Estate Agents, Dinnington Three weeks work experience as administrator General duties included answering the phone, talking to customers in the shop, filing documents. Personal Interests: I enjoy most sports, particularly football and formula 1. My lifestyle is quite active and I train in aiki- jitsu twice a week as a result, I am currently graded to black belt (2nd Dan) after training at that club for 8 years. In addition to this, I am a sociable person who enjoys spending time with both family and friends. References: Paul Holden Operations Director, DRFP Smartseal, Dorehouse Buisness Park, 15 Orgreave Place, Sheffield, S13 9LU Telephone: 0114 254 8688 Professor David W Rice, Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, The University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK Telephone: 0114 222 4242 Fax: 0114 22 2850 Email: d.rice@sheffield.ac.uk