1. RYAN EASTERBROOK
421 Wind Walk CT. Lawrenceville, Georgia 30044
Talented, assertive, and dynamic professional equipped with general management and supervisory
background in Production, Manufacturing, Shipping, and Operations. Demonstrate in-depth knowledge in
utilizingKaizen methodology, lean manufacturing,and Six Sigma strategy in alignment with corporategoals
and objectives. Show competency in product development, production ramping, and process enhancement,
with consistent record of improving production, reducing costs, and increasing both product quality and
customer satisfaction. Exemplify keen expertise in developing and implementing policies, procedures, and
processes, with proficiency in facilitating training and safety programs. Possess outstanding leadership and
motivational skills, coupled with proven effectiveness in highly competitive, deadline-driven situations.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Quality, Safety, and Regulatory Compliance Production Management and Operations
Inventory and Cost Control Lean Manufacturingand Logistics
Continuous Process Improvement OutstandingCustomer Relations
Leadership, Training, and Team Building Human Resources Administration
Time Management and Prioritization Problem Resolution and Decision Making
Multitasking in Fast-Paced Environments ArticulateOral and Written Communication
GEIGER AUTOMOTIVE Suwanee, GA 2014 – Present
Main responsibilities are to organize the daily operations of the manufacturing plant. Oversee employees,
production and efficiency, to make sure the plant is running smoothly, quickly, efficiently and safely.
Maintain the P&L with accordance to the company guidelines. Responsible for all cost savings targets.
Responsible for all quality related target to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations.
CONSOLIDATED METCO Bryson City, NC 2011 – 2014
Main responsibilities aretoensure the efficient production of goods and services and are of right quantity,
quality,and cost. In addition to this is to produce goods on time and at the right price to meet the
customer’s demands. Further responsibilities are:
Planning and scheduling activities and supervisingtheproduction process.
Ensuring the effective management of production lines.
Making sure the good quality of production parts areon time.
Ensuring maintenanceis cost effective and of high-standard.
Estimatingproduction cost and determines the high quality standards.
Monitoring the production practices and settingthe schedules as required.
Working with other departments to workthrough and constraints.
Making all decisions on work cell layouts and process flow.
Working with other team members to execute the policies and goals of the organization
Keeping abreast of all health and safety related issues.
Supervisingand inspiringother team players and reviewingtheir work performance.
In 2012 I championed a cost reduction team and we wereable to reduce our cost by $872,000 in
the first year alone. In 2013 we were ableto reduce by $208,154.
SL ALABAMA ALEXANDER CITY, AL 2009 - 2011
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Fully responsiblefor creatinga business plan and meeting all thegoals set forth in the business. Setting up
trainingmodules. Workinghand and hand with theengineering department to createnew launch readiness.
Responsible for all Cost reduction projects. Create daily build schedules to meet the customer’s
requirements. Continuous improvement through our trainingprograms. Organizing Kaizen events that
would meet or exceed our company core values.
PRODUCTION MANAGER 2006–2009
DAKKOTA INTERGRATED SYSTEMS HOLT, MI
Direct and coordinate daily operational aspects of more than 65-person unit concerning employee safety,
uptime, cycle times, quality, and continual improvement. Establish work schedules, payroll, assignments,
and production sequences to meet production goals. Build and cultivate long-term profitable relationship
with customers by providing total satisfaction. Prepare and compile all employee records such as vacation
leaves, arrival and departure times, schedules, personal days, and corrective actions, including performance
evaluations. Foster safe and positive working environment in alignment with corporate objectives.
Recognized as the first supervisor to produce 2500 headliners in a eight hour shift with 100% FTQ and
zero defects to the customer
Implemented all training of 5s and lean manufacturing to all employees in the first 6 months of
employment and continued tracking and performance of all employees
Maintained 100 percent safe work record and perfect attendance
PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR 1998–2006
REGIONAL STEEL DISTRIBUTION CENTER OF MICHIGAN HOLT, MI
Supervised daily activities of 60-100 production associates, monitoring and evaluating performance of all
associates.Interacted with customer, technical representative, and plant management personnel concerning
rejected material and urgent requirements. Inspected facilities, machinery, and equipment to identify and
correct potential hazards as well as to ensure safety regulation compliance. Conceptualized and
recommended effective measures to motivate employees and to improve production methods, performance,
product quality, or efficiency. Established and implemented departmental policies, goals, objectives,
training, payroll and procedures.
Cost-effectively saved $15,000 yearly by leading a continuous project improvement
Obtained 100% perfect attendance record and 100% safe work record
Orchestrated and participated in various Six Sigma, Kaizen and Lean manufacturing events while
evaluating process improvements, as well as in Control Plan, FMEA, and Process Flows
SHIPPING SUPERVISOR 1997–1998
AEROTECH, INC. MASON, MI
Requisitioned and stored shipping materials and supplies to maintain inventory of stock. Ensured material
packaged according to specification and FIFO polices were being utilized. Verified and maintained records
of incoming and outgoing shipment and met customer standards for final product.
Successfully achieved 99 percent of timely goods shipment
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
3. RYAN EASTERBROOK
421 Wind Walk CT. Lawrenceville, Georgia 30044
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
PROGRAM IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Davenport University, Lansing, MI: 1991-1992
PROGRAM IN BUSINESS CAREERS AND TECHNOLOGY
Capital Area Career Center, Mason, MI: 1988-1991 - Certificate
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION
Certification courses through Lansing Community College
Leadership Phase I, Leadership Phase II, Leadership Phase III
Basic Principles for a Collaborative Workplace
Moving from Conflict to Collaboration, SPC, Team Building, Kaizen, 5s, Lean Manufacturing, and Six Sigma
Certified Hilo and Overhead Crane Operator
Microsoft Office Suite such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Lotus Notes