ResumeID: 2934677 1428 E. Saint Germain St. Apt 305
Saint Cloud, MN 56304
(612) 710-4917

To obtain a position with strong career advancement opportunities where I will be able to gain additional
international business and manufacturing experience in order to effectively leverage my manufacturing
engineering background, International Business undergraduate degree, my foreign language skills, and
impending MBA degree.

Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor
Dezurik, Inc
Start Date: 2011 End Date: PRESENT
Supervised six manufacturing engineers and four tool room machinists in an OEM, union environment and
also insured production schedules were met for the introduction of new products, justified and
implemented new cnc equipment, and served on the Dezurik engineering standards board.
Organized the transfer of an entire ball valve product line to a different facility as a product manager
responsible for fixture creation, cnc programming, assembly and manufacturing processes, print
improvements, product redesign, continuing improvements, and direction of engineering, purchasing, and
production personnel.
Justified new machine purchases using EVA, NPV, IRR, ROI, and other financial methods to purchase a
variety of manufacturing equipment including cnc lathes and mills, saws, industrial washers, and
numerous facility improvement programs such as fixture packages, hoists, lifts, and casting patterns

Graham Research
Start Date: 2010 End Date: 2011
Duties include supervision of approximately one dozen machinists in a second-shift manufacturing
environment, maintaining production efficiencies and quality objectives, meeting safety and cleanliness
requirements, and upholding company ethics standards.
Responsible for multiple quality control audits every night including using optical comparators, a
programmable cmm, and the use of a wide variety of hand gauges to check very tight tolerances. Assisted
in performing quality functions such as first article and final part inspections and preparing gaging for
production use.
Additional responsibilities included improving and stabilizing machining processes, operator training in
both general machining practices and in cnc programming, and troubleshooting machine errors or
technical difficulties.
Secondary job functions involve machine operation and the production of machined components to print,
cnc programming and editing, and process engineering.
Generally responsible for all facets of production during second-shift manufacturing.

Manufacturing Engineer
Parker Hannifin Corporation
Start Date: 2010
Focused responsibilities include writing processes and routings for new products, being the primary cnc
programmer for all lathes and mills within a certified facility, resolving shop floor problems with programs
or machining issues, and coordinating tooling improvements for cost savings or set up and cycle time
Managed a project to reduce cnc lathe setup times including the purchase of auto loading barfeeders, VDI
tooling, quick change internal tool holders, and modifying existing cnc programs to include macro B style
parametric programming.
Responsible for the transition of nine cnc lathes from an obsolete facility to a more modern factory
including updating routings and processes, and insuring cnc programs and work instructions were current
and ISO compliant.
Active in part manufacturability from the release of the print to manufacturing engineering through active
production, working with all required internal resources to insure that a fully functional part could be
produced within cost and quality parameters.

Manufacturing Engineer
Cybex International
Start Date: 2005 End Date: 2010
Primary duties consist of sole responsibility for programming multiple cnc lathes and mills, including those
with indexers, creating, locating and assisting in the design of fixturing, insuring that all required special
tools are stocked or on order and instructing machine operators during first article inspection.
Oversaw machinery such as brake presses, tube benders, flat lasers, tube lasers, saws, punch presses,
folders and shears, and assisted in proving out new processes and completing first article production
Often created and reprocessed routings along with creating special tolerances, setting up a material,
routing to vendors and approving prints for production. Singularly responsible for the machining process
from design concept through the pilot run and full production.
Responsible for ISO compliance in both the machining and fabrication departments including
documentation and operator training. Currently certified as an internal auditor and am in charge of
maintaining and updating existing ISO documents in the machining and fabrication departments and
adding new documents as required.
Capital purchase project management is an important additional responsibility, and these projects have
led to purchases of a Haas cnc lathe, four HE&M saws, and two Haas mill indexers. Was the original
programmer for all capital projects and went on to receive Haas factory training in both machine operation
and cnc programming.
Singularly responsible for the machining process from design concept through the pilot run and full
production, continuously working with quality assurance, design engineering and manufacturing personnel
to producing a viable upper level weldment.

Cnc Programmer
SPX Corporation
Start Date: 1996 End Date: 2005
Responsibilities included creating and processing routings along with all associated duties such as setting
up a material, creating special tolerances and routing to vendors. Primary duties also consisted of
programming multiple lathes and mills, creating or locating fixturing, and insuring that all required tools are
stocked or on order.
Quality assurance, including both maintaining SPC charts and QS-9000 compliance, was an additional
New equipment purchases, including three Swiss lathes, two Eurotech lathes, an OKK mill, a Hyd-Mech
mitering saw and an Almco part washer, were also an area of responsibility. This consisted of completing
all of the preparations before and after the purchases including time studies and cost estimates, overall
financial justification, dealer contacts and proposals, and tooling and accessory purchases.
Participated in the creation of a low volume machining cell consisting of six cnc lathes, three cnc mills,
one manual lathe and one manual mill. Paired two cnc lathes with one operator to reduce costs on higher
volume production parts. Also assembled two Swiss lathes, two manual lathes and one manual mill into a
two-operator cell to reduce throughput time on forcing screw products.
Secondary duties included being the back up operator on all three of the Swiss cnc lathes after more than
two years of being the main operator on all machines. Responsibilities of this position were the
manufacturing of parts to print, occasional programming at the machine, set up and production at above
standard rates, and the editing or correcting of programs as needed.
Previously responsible for scheduling work on nine lathes and managing several co-workers on second
shift as the manual lathe department lead man including preparing jobs for production and readying
gaging, tooling, and stock.

Enderes Tool Company
Albert Lea,MN
Start Date: 1994 End Date: 1996
Produced parts on up to five cam operated machines simultaneously while also being responsible for the
quality of parts being made at rates of up to seven hundred and sixty pieces per hour, per machine on
Acme-Gridley six spindle and Brown and Sharpe single spindle machines.
Acted as a floater during slow periods operating such equipment such as Pangborn bead blasters,
George T. Schmidt roll stampers, induction heat treat systems, manual belt grinders and various
assembly and finishing machines.

DEGREE: Masters Degree

Major: MBA
University of Minnesota Carlson School of Business, MN
GPA: 3.69
Date Completed: May, 2016

DEGREE: Bachelors Degree

Major: International Business
Saint Cloud State University, MN
GPA: 3.97
Date Completed: May, 2014
Courses: Graduated Summa Cum Laude. Dean’s list recipient.
DEGREE: Bachelors Degree

Major: Spanish
Minor: Portuguese
University of Minnesota, MN
GPA: 3.62
Date Completed: Incomplete, Senior Level

DEGREE: Associate Degree
Major: General Education
RIverland Community College, MN
GPA: 4.0
Date Completed: June, 2008
Courses: Membership in the Phi Theta Kappa honor society.
Dean’s list recipient.
DEGREE: Associate Degree

Major: Machining Technology
RIverland Community College, MN
GPA: 4.0
Date Completed: June, 1997
Courses: Membership in the Phi Theta Kappa honor society.
Dean’s list recipient.

Experienced in machining, cnc programming, manufacturing engineering, and supervision in both
QS-9000 and ISO-9000 certified facilities.

Very familiar with engineering designs and drafting protocol and have collaborated with employees at all
levels of experience and responsibility, including supervising both union and non-union personnel.

Have extensive experience interacting with people from other cultures, including four university study
abroad trips, and the ability to speak three languages at varying degrees of proficiency.

Highly knowledgeable in manufacturing procedures including fabrication, machining, and assembly

English: fluent
Spanish: advanced intermediate level
Portuguese: beginning level

Attended one week of training in Cnc programming in Allendale, New Jersey at the national training center
of Marubeni Citizen-Cincom Inc. in December, 1998.

Completed one week of instruction in Espirit ’99 Cad/Cam in Chicago, Illinois at DP Technology in
October 1999.

Received sixteen hours of training in system, design and process failure mode evaluation and analysis
(FMEA) in January 2000 at the SPX Corporation training depot in Owatonna, Minnesota.

Attended one full week of Cnc programming training for the Tornos Bechler Deco 2000 series at the
Tornos Technologies national headquarters in Brookfield, Connecticut in March 2000.

Completed a four day course in cell design taught by Productivity, Inc. at the SPX Corporation production
facility in Owatonna, Minnesota in May 2000.

Participated in arc welding, tig welding and basic hydraulics courses as part of the Industrial Maintenance
program at Riverland Community College, spring semester 2003.

Certified as an ISO 9001:2000 internal auditor using the process approach during a two-day workshop
presented by Jim Lee of Simple Que, May 2006.

Completed three days of training on BobCAD-CAM cnc programming software in a class taught by Sorin
Nenu Consulting, January 2007.

Attended three days of instruction on EdgeCam cnc programming and machining simulation software
package in September 2010, in a basic level class taught by Jim Treanor in Chetek, Wisconsin.
Member in good standing in SME, the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, since 1997.

Professional member in APICS, the Association for Operations Management, since 2013.

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