Quality Technition/ Warehouse / Inventory Controll / Upholstery

August 1995 to August 2014

Quality Technician

Lexmark, Intl

Lexington, KY

Responsibilities

Various Roles / Activities: support IJ products from 1st Samsung 1020 until current Newman/Interceptor

Quality Inspection Team Lead (1995~1998 ... 5 to 15 employees) / Vendor Quality Support (>1998)

- Ongoing IJ mfg audits / customer ship qualification for all Funai, Samsung and LiteOn IJ products

- Lexmark/Vendor training: Product testing, failure analysis and repair; New Vendor startup support

- Product Engineering support: Testing, diagnosing product failure causes, rework management

New Supplier/product qualification support: Korea, China, California, Reynosa, Reno and local suppliers

Failure Analysis Lead and CE team support

Defect analysis of internal (mfg) test and external (customer) field failures Processed CE survey end user feedback (comment coding) .. 2009-2011- IJ FA Lab (1st 100) analysis process and all FA lab activities (1999 – present)

General overview: Worked with and supported HW, SW, FW and Supplies engineering, Service / support (TSC) teams, retail return/recertification processes and data analysis, supply chain customer inventory management .. Inventory control and distribution (passed, on hold, failed), writing test procedures for IQC testing operations and helping engineers with product testing / rework procedures, drove continuous process improvement in testing, lab operations, etc.

Skills Used

Computer Use: Control Inventory (JD Edwards), Create Excel Spread Sheets For Recording And Reporting Test Results.

January 1979 to January 1995

Owner/Operator

Cox's Upholstery

Lexington, KY

Responsibilities

Averaged 2-3 employees, managed all aspects of business.

Customers: Several Interior Decorators, Hotels, Restaurants, Contract Work for Other Upholstery Shops and Businesses as well as individual clients/referrals.

January 1972 to January 1979

Auto Trim Technician

Coach Craft / Wilson's Trim Shop / Donny's Trim Shop

Lexington, KY

Responsibilities

Task included completing a variety of automobile trim work:

Skills Used

Sewing and installing seats covers, vinyl tops, carpets & other trim work

January 1969 to January 1972

Auto Trim Technician

Seat Cover Charlie's

Indianapolis, IN

Responsibilities

Tasks included completing a variety of automobile trim work:

Skills Used

Sewing and installing seats, vinyl tops, carpets & other trim work

January 1966 to January 1969

Schildamar Manufacturing

Indianapolis, IN

Responsibilities

Tasks included constructing wheel balancers (auto) & drapery machines (dry cleaners) and custom fabrication (worked from special requests off of drawings/blueprints)

Accomplishments:

Promoted to lead welder.

Skills Used

Welding, fabrication, other metal work. Reading blue prints and drawings.

January 1966 to January 1967

Welder/Fabricator

Sublet's Power Equipment

Lexington, KY

Responsibilities

Designed/built racks for IBM paint system

Skills Used

Welding, fabrication, other metal work. Reading blue prints and drawings.

June 1963 to August 1966

Shipfitter

US Navy

New Port, MD

Responsibilities

Served on a Destroyer Tender (a vessel that serves/supports Navy Destroyers):

Responsible for various metal structural repairs.

Accomplishments

Received 3 accommodations work performance.

Skills Used

Welding, fabrication, other metal work. Reading blue prints and drawings.

January 1961 to January 1963

Laborer

Danville, KY

Farm work and built a 9 hole golf course

  • ID#: 90652
  • Location: Lexington, KY , 40505

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