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DAVID MARTIN WILSON
223 Hidden Brook Drive, Sweetwater, Tennessee 37874
(423) 208-1723 / wilsonmn22@charter.net
Assembly / Shift Leader
VW Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee
2014 - Present
• In charge of all Assembly SV’s for one shift (13). Production quantities/L.O.R./ Direct run rates/
8-Step problem solving/ TM staffing/ Chair of Daily meeting for all assembly activities such as,
Production volume, 5s, Defect ratio, CPV, Safety incidents, Manpower etc.
• In charge of all reports for daily production activities for manager’s meeting the following day.
This is a total of both shifts combined that contains all the daily stats and issues reported for the
previous day.
• In charge of all SV 8-Step problem solving activities. Due dates, and follow up on progress and
development for each SV.
• In charge of Safety audits by SV’s and each line’s designated safety guides. Follow-up and
approve any countermeasures put into place by SV’s through the OHM (Safety intranet) and by
checking on-line.
• Shift Leader duties also include any conflict resolution between TM’s, SV’s or other departments.
Corrective action or Disciplinary actions sometimes required until Human resources can
complete investigation.
• Presenting information on a daily basis to upper management on issues for assembly at the end
of shift. Presenting cause and countermeasures for all categories for assembly.
Assembly / SV
VW Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee
2010 – 2014
• In charge of Plant start-up activities for two assembly production lines (Band section #5 and
Band Section #6). Each line consisted of twenty-one pitches with various processes and
tools in each pitch.
• In charge of prototype automated fluid fill stations on band section #5. Tracking performance
and coordinating improvements to machine cycle time and accuracy.
• SV all areas of production for both lines that included: Safety, Quality, Productivity, Cost,
Time and attendance, CIP (continuous improvement), Part development for each series level
for new model.
• Manage the SFM boards (charting system that monitors all KPI’s for both lines)Key Point
Indicators.
MANUFACTURING / PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR
Highly skilled manager with unique combination of attention to detail necessary to monitor milestone
completion with the ability to flexibly manage demands of simultaneous complex projects/line production
across all shifts, while maintaining compliance with health, safety, and productivity standards. Dynamic
team leader with strengths in training and motivating staff. Deliver services and solutions that exceed
customer specifications. Significant strengths to rapidly identify and resolve challenges, analyze
procedures for continuous process improvement. Expertise in workplace inspection and analysis of staff
behaviors, based on ground-up experience. Keen sense of service quality optimization for competitive
corporate advantage.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Quality: Education/Training/Accountability, Kaizen Plant Facilitator, QS-9000/TX16959 Internal Auditor
Management: Multi-Discipline Teams, Full Life-Cycle Management, Safety Audits, Product Launch
PROFESSIONAL SYNOPSIS
Resume
DENSO MANUFACTURING ATHENS TENNESSEE (DMAT), Athens, Tennessee • 1997-2009
Leading Fuel Management System component manufacturer, including injectors, rail assembly, spark plugs,
stick coils, and oxygen sensors. Supplies Toyota, GM, Ford, Subaru, Honda, Chrysler, Jaguar, and Lexus.
Production Supervisor (2002-2009): Directed all production aspects for CIII injector, supervising 9
Team Leaders across 3 shifts, 13 departments, and 13 different full-cycle lines, in addition to 2 lines
in Air Flow Meter and Fuel Rail Departments. Managed 70 associates, monitoring all personnel,
development/evaluation, schedules, and performance plans at multiple sites. Communicated routinely
with upper management to implement plans for improvement in production, safety, and efficiency.
Provide hands-on support to associates and Team Leaders. Maintained inventory tracking, man-
hours, costs, and equipment use via Excel spreadsheets to compare against monthly targets.
• Initiated morning meetings to reduce defects, improve line efficiency, and reduce costs, including
analysis of downtimes, major breakdowns, or short-line stoppages with counter-measures.
• Spearheaded Management Safety Audits, leading 3 upper management and specialist teams to
audit varied safety issues throughout the plants, identifying concerns and creating resolution plans.
• Introduced Kaizen Team progress format, as Plant 701 Kaizen Facilitator, using new Theme
sheets to record data compiled for each of 26 teams based on percentage of completion.
• Chaired Plant 5S cleanliness audits using NASCAR-themed competition to engage staff in
process.
• Participated in routine customer service analyses and catalog filing of concerns and solutions.
Team Leader/over all 2nd
Shift Lines (2001-2002): Led up to 4 different lines simultaneously, monitoring
production levels, efficiency, safety, and cost. Managed time/attendance for all associates. Reviewed
progress-to-target and daily schedule needs. Evaluated associate performance and arranged required
classes, tracking training based on needs in alignment with specific line demands.
• Introduced process to track defects by line, improving L.O.R for lines/machines with 3-second
cycle-time requirement.
• Collaborated with maintenance and engineering to create plans for any off-target items.
• Achieved highest performance rating in history of DMAT, and promoted to Supervisor as a result.
Group Leader/1W & all Grinding Lines (1999-2001): Managed all aspects of up to 4 different lines, from
safety and cost to personnel and productivity. Reviewed targets daily/weekly with associates, tracking
defects and collaborating to create remediation plans with associates, maintenance, and engineering.
• Earned highest performance awarded to Group Leader, leading to promotion as Team Leader.
DAVID MARTIN WILSON / Page 2 / wilsonmn22@charter.net
Production Technician Body Line (1998-1999): Prepared and maintained all 12 machines on line,
receiving perfect marks for cleaning, organization, and waste elimination, on grinding/regulating wheels,
work blades, pawls, belts, rails, air lines, and hoses. Completed all necessary documentation, from x-r,
x- and P-charts to routine machine and lubrication checks. Typical machines used included Top/Bottom
Plan Grinding, Outer Diameter Through-feed Grinding, Hole-seat Internal Grinding, 4-Plane Deburring,
and Super-Finish Grinding.
• Reduced defects to .02%, a point of virtual elimination from previous levels at 1.8%
• Earned status as 1st
operator to be promoted to Production Technician, resulting from highest
performance evaluation.
EDUCATION
Health Care Administration (69 hours/non-degree)
East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee
Resume
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
DDI-7 Habits / Sexual Harassment
Interactive Management / Effective Management & Interviewing
Hazzwopper Training (40 hrs/year Chemical Spill, Fire Hazard)
Hazardous Communication Skills
Beginner & Intermediate Sensors / Small Machine Assembly
Advanced Troubleshooting / Beginner & Intermediate Pneumatics / Blue Print reading
DNA QA Net Training (4 week class) QA network/job instruction work sheets/model line setup
Internal QS 9000 / TS 16949 Internal Auditing Class
QC- Seven Tools ISO 14001/9000 Certification
Beginning & Intermediate Robot
Kaizen Presentation, Leader, & Facilitator
Shift Commander Training for Accident, Spill, Fire Responses
CPR Training / AED Training
T.I.E. Training (3 week course on Set up/Control Kanban Systems)
COMPUTER SKILLS
MS Office Suite, varied printers, ELMOs, faxes, overhead viewers, lap tops
DAVID MARTIN WILSON
223 Hidden Brook Drive, Sweetwater, Tennessee 37874
(423) 519-6234 / wilsonmn22@charter.net
Dear Sir / Dear Madam:
As a highly skilled production professional, with broad experience in productivity,
safety, and quality management, I am writing to offer your company extensive
expertise contributing to the success of varied manufacturing operations. I bring a
record of continuous improvements, full life-cycle management and outstanding
Resume
multi-disciplinary collaboration. My goal is to improve productivity, workplace
communications and quality while validating staff contributions to build a cohesive
workforce motivated to create strategic improvements by maintaining high quality
standards and compliance levels.
As Production Technician and Production Supervisor, I have been successful in
improving processes by applying strong critical thinking and high-level technical and
interpersonal skills. A sample of my contributions includes:
• Initiating morning meetings to reduce defects, improve line efficiency, and
reduce costs, including analysis of downtimes, major breakdowns, or short-
line stoppages with counter-measures.
• Spearheading Management Safety Audits, leading 3 upper management and
specialist teams to audit varied safety issues throughout the plants,
identifying concerns and creating resolution plans.
• Introducing Kaizen Team progress format, as Plant 701 Kaizen Facilitator,
using new Theme sheets to record data compiled for each of 26 teams based
on percentage of completion.
• Chairing Plant 5S cleanliness audits using NASCAR-themed competition to
engage staff in process.
• Participating in routine customer service analyses and catalog filing of
concerns and solutions to create long-term improvements.
• Reducing defects to .02%, a point of virtual elimination from former levels.
Please review the enclosed resume and feel free to contact me at your earliest
convenience. I look forward to meeting with you to discuss the many ways in which I
may benefit your organization. Thank you for your consideration.
Sincerely,
David Martin Wilson
Resume

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  • 1. DAVID MARTIN WILSON 223 Hidden Brook Drive, Sweetwater, Tennessee 37874 (423) 208-1723 / wilsonmn22@charter.net Assembly / Shift Leader VW Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee 2014 - Present • In charge of all Assembly SV’s for one shift (13). Production quantities/L.O.R./ Direct run rates/ 8-Step problem solving/ TM staffing/ Chair of Daily meeting for all assembly activities such as, Production volume, 5s, Defect ratio, CPV, Safety incidents, Manpower etc. • In charge of all reports for daily production activities for manager’s meeting the following day. This is a total of both shifts combined that contains all the daily stats and issues reported for the previous day. • In charge of all SV 8-Step problem solving activities. Due dates, and follow up on progress and development for each SV. • In charge of Safety audits by SV’s and each line’s designated safety guides. Follow-up and approve any countermeasures put into place by SV’s through the OHM (Safety intranet) and by checking on-line. • Shift Leader duties also include any conflict resolution between TM’s, SV’s or other departments. Corrective action or Disciplinary actions sometimes required until Human resources can complete investigation. • Presenting information on a daily basis to upper management on issues for assembly at the end of shift. Presenting cause and countermeasures for all categories for assembly. Assembly / SV VW Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee 2010 – 2014 • In charge of Plant start-up activities for two assembly production lines (Band section #5 and Band Section #6). Each line consisted of twenty-one pitches with various processes and tools in each pitch. • In charge of prototype automated fluid fill stations on band section #5. Tracking performance and coordinating improvements to machine cycle time and accuracy. • SV all areas of production for both lines that included: Safety, Quality, Productivity, Cost, Time and attendance, CIP (continuous improvement), Part development for each series level for new model. • Manage the SFM boards (charting system that monitors all KPI’s for both lines)Key Point Indicators. MANUFACTURING / PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR Highly skilled manager with unique combination of attention to detail necessary to monitor milestone completion with the ability to flexibly manage demands of simultaneous complex projects/line production across all shifts, while maintaining compliance with health, safety, and productivity standards. Dynamic team leader with strengths in training and motivating staff. Deliver services and solutions that exceed customer specifications. Significant strengths to rapidly identify and resolve challenges, analyze procedures for continuous process improvement. Expertise in workplace inspection and analysis of staff behaviors, based on ground-up experience. Keen sense of service quality optimization for competitive corporate advantage. AREAS OF EXPERTISE Quality: Education/Training/Accountability, Kaizen Plant Facilitator, QS-9000/TX16959 Internal Auditor Management: Multi-Discipline Teams, Full Life-Cycle Management, Safety Audits, Product Launch PROFESSIONAL SYNOPSIS Resume
  • 2. DENSO MANUFACTURING ATHENS TENNESSEE (DMAT), Athens, Tennessee • 1997-2009 Leading Fuel Management System component manufacturer, including injectors, rail assembly, spark plugs, stick coils, and oxygen sensors. Supplies Toyota, GM, Ford, Subaru, Honda, Chrysler, Jaguar, and Lexus. Production Supervisor (2002-2009): Directed all production aspects for CIII injector, supervising 9 Team Leaders across 3 shifts, 13 departments, and 13 different full-cycle lines, in addition to 2 lines in Air Flow Meter and Fuel Rail Departments. Managed 70 associates, monitoring all personnel, development/evaluation, schedules, and performance plans at multiple sites. Communicated routinely with upper management to implement plans for improvement in production, safety, and efficiency. Provide hands-on support to associates and Team Leaders. Maintained inventory tracking, man- hours, costs, and equipment use via Excel spreadsheets to compare against monthly targets. • Initiated morning meetings to reduce defects, improve line efficiency, and reduce costs, including analysis of downtimes, major breakdowns, or short-line stoppages with counter-measures. • Spearheaded Management Safety Audits, leading 3 upper management and specialist teams to audit varied safety issues throughout the plants, identifying concerns and creating resolution plans. • Introduced Kaizen Team progress format, as Plant 701 Kaizen Facilitator, using new Theme sheets to record data compiled for each of 26 teams based on percentage of completion. • Chaired Plant 5S cleanliness audits using NASCAR-themed competition to engage staff in process. • Participated in routine customer service analyses and catalog filing of concerns and solutions. Team Leader/over all 2nd Shift Lines (2001-2002): Led up to 4 different lines simultaneously, monitoring production levels, efficiency, safety, and cost. Managed time/attendance for all associates. Reviewed progress-to-target and daily schedule needs. Evaluated associate performance and arranged required classes, tracking training based on needs in alignment with specific line demands. • Introduced process to track defects by line, improving L.O.R for lines/machines with 3-second cycle-time requirement. • Collaborated with maintenance and engineering to create plans for any off-target items. • Achieved highest performance rating in history of DMAT, and promoted to Supervisor as a result. Group Leader/1W & all Grinding Lines (1999-2001): Managed all aspects of up to 4 different lines, from safety and cost to personnel and productivity. Reviewed targets daily/weekly with associates, tracking defects and collaborating to create remediation plans with associates, maintenance, and engineering. • Earned highest performance awarded to Group Leader, leading to promotion as Team Leader. DAVID MARTIN WILSON / Page 2 / wilsonmn22@charter.net Production Technician Body Line (1998-1999): Prepared and maintained all 12 machines on line, receiving perfect marks for cleaning, organization, and waste elimination, on grinding/regulating wheels, work blades, pawls, belts, rails, air lines, and hoses. Completed all necessary documentation, from x-r, x- and P-charts to routine machine and lubrication checks. Typical machines used included Top/Bottom Plan Grinding, Outer Diameter Through-feed Grinding, Hole-seat Internal Grinding, 4-Plane Deburring, and Super-Finish Grinding. • Reduced defects to .02%, a point of virtual elimination from previous levels at 1.8% • Earned status as 1st operator to be promoted to Production Technician, resulting from highest performance evaluation. EDUCATION Health Care Administration (69 hours/non-degree) East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee Resume
  • 3. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DDI-7 Habits / Sexual Harassment Interactive Management / Effective Management & Interviewing Hazzwopper Training (40 hrs/year Chemical Spill, Fire Hazard) Hazardous Communication Skills Beginner & Intermediate Sensors / Small Machine Assembly Advanced Troubleshooting / Beginner & Intermediate Pneumatics / Blue Print reading DNA QA Net Training (4 week class) QA network/job instruction work sheets/model line setup Internal QS 9000 / TS 16949 Internal Auditing Class QC- Seven Tools ISO 14001/9000 Certification Beginning & Intermediate Robot Kaizen Presentation, Leader, & Facilitator Shift Commander Training for Accident, Spill, Fire Responses CPR Training / AED Training T.I.E. Training (3 week course on Set up/Control Kanban Systems) COMPUTER SKILLS MS Office Suite, varied printers, ELMOs, faxes, overhead viewers, lap tops DAVID MARTIN WILSON 223 Hidden Brook Drive, Sweetwater, Tennessee 37874 (423) 519-6234 / wilsonmn22@charter.net Dear Sir / Dear Madam: As a highly skilled production professional, with broad experience in productivity, safety, and quality management, I am writing to offer your company extensive expertise contributing to the success of varied manufacturing operations. I bring a record of continuous improvements, full life-cycle management and outstanding Resume
  • 4. multi-disciplinary collaboration. My goal is to improve productivity, workplace communications and quality while validating staff contributions to build a cohesive workforce motivated to create strategic improvements by maintaining high quality standards and compliance levels. As Production Technician and Production Supervisor, I have been successful in improving processes by applying strong critical thinking and high-level technical and interpersonal skills. A sample of my contributions includes: • Initiating morning meetings to reduce defects, improve line efficiency, and reduce costs, including analysis of downtimes, major breakdowns, or short- line stoppages with counter-measures. • Spearheading Management Safety Audits, leading 3 upper management and specialist teams to audit varied safety issues throughout the plants, identifying concerns and creating resolution plans. • Introducing Kaizen Team progress format, as Plant 701 Kaizen Facilitator, using new Theme sheets to record data compiled for each of 26 teams based on percentage of completion. • Chairing Plant 5S cleanliness audits using NASCAR-themed competition to engage staff in process. • Participating in routine customer service analyses and catalog filing of concerns and solutions to create long-term improvements. • Reducing defects to .02%, a point of virtual elimination from former levels. Please review the enclosed resume and feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience. I look forward to meeting with you to discuss the many ways in which I may benefit your organization. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, David Martin Wilson Resume