Process Engineer Manufacturing

Stacey McGovern
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Recognized for sharp mechanical, technical, troubleshooting and problem solving skills. Effective Communicator: convey technical and non-technical concepts in clear terms. Ability to work under pressure in fast-paced environment. Quality conscious: committed to organizational success. Work effectively independently and with demonstrated commitment to team results.


Manning Manufacturing, Inc., Detroit, MI
1998 - Present
Process Engineer
• Utilized expert level of all machine function in a troubleshooting capacity. Skill set includes: Computerized Numeric Control: Okuma Lathes, Siemans Lathes, and Chiron Milling Machines, ABB Robots.
• Led troubleshooting efforts by assessing equipment during normal operations to anticipate problems; perform preventive and corrective measures and document repair procedures.
• Participated in collaborative writing of "Process Standardizations" for the Machining Department.
• Assumed responsibilities of supervisor in his absence.
• Trained employees to use all new equipment safely and properly.
• Monitored rim quality. Accountable for authorizing production sheets to confirm quality. Quality assurance measures include root cause analysis, prove capability and monitoring statistical process control.
• Worked rotating shifts plus over time as required.

Manning Manufacturing, Inc., Detroit, MI
1989 - 1998
Lead Hand
• Promoted to this position due to solid work ethic and strong mechanical inclination.
• Supervised 15 employees.
• Devised a method to shop blast rims horizontally instead of vertically when machines were down. This maintained production quotas and ensured shipments were made on time. Received special recognition from Production Manager.
• Prepared shift to shift written reports.

Baker Auto, Detroit, MI
1984 - 1989
Meg Welder
• Self taught to weld "Y" pipe on rotary table.
• Strictly adhered to all safety procedures and regulations associated with welding and all operational equipment.

Baker Auto, Detroit, MI
1980 - 1984
Machine Operator
• Produced pipe materials. Met all quotas without compromising quality or safety.


Skilled in the operation of: Auto CAD (levels 1-5), Windows 2000/NT, word processing, data bases, spread sheets, Internet, e-mail


• Fire Extinguisher
• Propane Safety
• Confined Space
• St. John Ambulance
• Numerous Industrial Manufacturing Courses

Graduated Grade 12 1998 (Studied while working full time)

PRWRA Kathy Hadley - Kathryn Hadley & Associates - E-mail: khanda2001@aol.com