This is a manufacturing manager resume sample of an experienced professional working in the automotive industry. This resume sample uses a classic resume layout and a reversed-chronological resume format with 3 main sections: The “Summary of Qualifications” at the top of the first page, followed by the “Professional Experience” section and the “Education, Honors & Certifications” section.
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Manufacturing Manager Resume Sample
Office: 123 Flower Street, Los Angeles, California 90001 323-555-1212
Home: 400 Panorama Drive, Beverly Hills, California 90210 323-555-1111
Bilingual, seasoned Professional with significant field experience in automotive glass manufacturing, including technology development and management. Background includes the successful start-up of an R&D facility in Los Angeles within time and budget constraints. Honored for excellence in technology invention and development, including the GM-Saturn windshield process and the roller from furnace quality improvements, Solid leadership, teamwork, and project management capabilities. Fluent in Japanese and English.
LOS ANGELES GLASS COMPANY, LTD., Los Angeles, California, 1988 – Present
The second largest glass manufacturing group in the world.
Fabricated Glass General Division: Automotive OEM Glass Manufacturing
Manager, Marketing Department (2001 – Present)
- Established and successfully implemented the division’s new marketing organization throughout the entire organization.
- Led the New Low Reflection Glass Marketing Team during its second phase.
- Created and executed a new technological marketing organizational structure.
- Achieved a breakthrough technology in sponsored project as the leader of the New Low Reflection Glass marketing Team during its second phase.
- Implement TRACE, a new technology development system by PRTM.
Manager, MIgroup, Technology & Development Division (2001)
- Designed a new technological marketing organization and pre-start up of the function as a member of the Marketing Design Core Team.
- Led the New Low Reflection Glass Marketing Team during an initial phase.
- Designed and implemented a new technological marketing organizational structure.
- Increased output of the New Low Reflection Glass Marketing Team with results confirmed by a marketing survey.
Manager, Engineering (1997 – 2001)
- Created the conceptual plan and design for a new R&D function in Los Angeles.
- Researched and analyzed the United States automotive industry’s technological advancements.
- Chosen as Technology & Development Division liaison in the United States.
- Planned, designed, and implemented a new R&D structure using the facility’s specifications.
- Created organizational philosophies to concur with the improved structure.
- Selected site for a new building’s content and configuration to ensure original specifications were adhered to, from the choice of IT systems to the color scheme while also remaining within time and budget constraints.
- Gained insight into automotive technology advancements in the United States.
Assistant Manager, Process Development Group, Technology & Development Division (1996 – 1997)
- Led a nine-member team as the Substitute Manager of new product and process development.
- Directed 10 engineers as the leader of the Horizontal Press for Sidelight (HP-S) Mass Production Project.
- Expanded coverage through successful management of four on-going projects.
- Completed HP-S and a mass production process.
Engineer, Production Process Technology Development, Technology & Development Division (1989 – 1996)
- Led eight engineers in the HP-S Process Development Project.
- Chosen as member of the First Generation GM-Saturn Front Windshield Process Development Project.
- Worked on joint developments with Technical Glass of Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Ensured quality improvements in conventional glass forming processes.
- Successfully ushered the HP-S Prototype Process Project through to mass production.
- Achieved advancements in measurements on process accuracy and glass temperatures.
- Realized numerous achievements in a joint development with Technical Glass.
- Attained quality improvements of roller form process.
Engineer, Central R&D Center, Soft Science Group (1988 – 1989)
- Oversaw the application of glass forming simulation on the Gravity Bending Press/Gas Hearth Processes.
- Conducted a successful simulation evaluation of the Gravity Bending Press/Gas Hearth Processes.
EDUCATION, HONORS & CERTIFICATIONS
LOS ANGELES UNIVERSITY, Los Angeles, California
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Fluid Mechanics), 1988
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, 1986
MIT SLOAN SCHOOL EXECUTIVE MBA PROGRAM
Certificate of Completion in “Developing & Managing a Successful Technology & Product Strategy,” and “Strategic Marketing Planning,” 2001
- Awarded, MBA Scholarship from Los Angeles Glass Company, Ltd., 2000 – 2001
- Awarded, Los Angeles Glass Company, Ltd President’s Award of Excellence in Technology Invention for the Sidelights (HP-S) Development and its Mass Production, 1999
- Awarded, Technology & Development Director Award of Excellence in Technology Development for Roller Form Furnace Quality Improvement, 1995
- Certified, Energy Control & Management Professional (Heat), 1995
- Certified, Pollution Prevention Management Professional (Noice), 1993