Jay Bumgarner


Production Supervisor, Machining

Monroeville, PA

Jay Bumgarner Jr
350 Deauville Dr., Apt. 2, Monroeville PA 15146
Cell: (304) 680-5537 – jaybumgarner007@gmail.com

Recent Industrial Engineering graduate, with over two years of experience working in manufacturing environments as a
Production Supervisor and CNC programmer. Looking to continue to develop my professional experience and skill set in
a full-time, Manufacturing or related environment.
Management of direct reports Employee training
Process improvement Customer-oriented
Experience meeting production goals Cross-functional responsibilities
Skills & Abilities
Have working knowledge of various manufacturing processes, including but not limited to; milling, drilling,
turning, grinding, inspection processes, hydrostatic testing, welding & assembly, and industrial painting.
Familiar with production floor policies, safety regulations, MSDS’s, working with drawings, production
documentation, and other elements of the production environment.
Accustomed to meeting performance goals and metrics, giving progress updates on tasks and projects, and
communicating with both internal and external parties of the company.
Relevant software: NX and AutoCAD (CAM / CAD software), SAP and Epicor (ERP software), MS Office suite
(Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
Relevant Professional Experience
Production Supervisor, Machining
October 2013 to Current
FS-Elliott – Export, PA
Acting supervisor of Machine Shop, Inspection, and Paint departments on 2nd shift, with direct reports ranging
from 6 to 10 on my shift. Indirectly supervise around 80-90 employees on all shifts total.
Manage job flow at work centers and push manufacturing of priority parts as required. Coordinate and
communicate with production control, engineering, quality, sales, and service departments on a regular basis to
ensure smooth and timely production flow.
Monitor quality in all aspects of production. Determine root cause and corrective action(s) taken for
nonconforming parts in process.
Diagnose and troubleshoot machine breakdowns and delays.
Ensure new hires are properly trained, and cross-train existing employees on a regular basis.
Promote and implement lean manufacturing improvements and events.
Control hours of work (start, breaks, lunch, and quitting time) and approve overtime when necessary.
Maintain confidence in all communications with employees.
Manage inventory of production tools and materials.
Manufacturing Engineering Co-op
May 2011 to August 2012
Joy Global, Inc. – Franklin, PA
Wrote new, as well as maintained existing, CNC programs for three, 3-axis vertical machining centers.
Performed updates to both program templates and tooling documentation for my work centers, with the emphasis
of reducing part defectives and part cycle times.
Collaborated with team members to update existing AutoCAD plant layout drawing to current accuracy.
Summer Research Intern
May 2009 to August 2009
NASA Langley Research Center – Poquoson, VA
Underwent a ten-week long study on ceramic oxidation in simulated flight conditions, and presented findings to
peers at end of internship.

Bachelor of Science: Industrial Engineering, 2012
West Virginia University – Morgantown, WV, USA
GPA: 3.0 / 4.0 scale
Related course work:
Plant layout/material handling
Production planning & design
Industrial quality control
Human factors engineering
Advanced data analysis
Engineering economics
Available upon request.

  • Updated 8 years ago

To contact this candidate email jaybumgarner007@gmail.com

Contact using webmail: Gmail / AOL / Yahoo / Outlook

This entry was posted in . Bookmark the permalink.