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Production Manager
Written by Pat Kendall, NCRW

Mario Hernandez                                     

232 Western Lane
Portland, Oregon 94533
(503) 244-9756

Professional Profile                                 

Goal-driven senior production manager with broad experience in fast-paced, high-tech environments requiring expertise in production scheduling, quality management, team building, training, cost control and troubleshooting. Effective in utilizing resources, improving processes, increasing quality and reducing costs.

  • Restructured warehouse and work order release scheme to conform to MRP demand schedule.
  • Dedicated team leader with well-developed communication skills. Able to build motivated teams that consistently exceed production
  • Computer literate. Experienced with Excel, Word, Access and MAPICS (MRP mainframe programs).
  • Thoroughly familiar with a broad range of manufacturing protocols, including SMT, KANBAN, CONWIP, POLCA, QRM, JIT and TQM.
  • College graduate with B.S. in Production Operations.


Senior Production Supervisor
Sharp Microelectronics Technology, Beaverton, Oregon (1995-Present)
Lead and supervise production operations for Sharp's North American LCD repair facility. Coordinate special short-term projects.

  • Designed hybrid methodology (combining KANBAN, QRM and CONWIP) that increased productivity by 32%.
  • Increased units per person/per day (UPPD) from 3.4 to 11.3.
  • Restructured warehouse and work order release scheme to conform to MRP demand schedule.

Production Manager
ABC Computer, San Antonio, Texas (1990-1995)
Managed production operations in the printed circuit board assembly area. Hired and trained a highly productive work force.

  • Developed and administered programs that reduced PC assembly defect rate from 46K DPM to 730 DPM during the first month.
  • Set in-house records for quality and productivity in the PCBA and PC manufacturing areas.
  • Exceeded quality and productivity goals in PC Final Assembly within 6 weeks.

Hardware Operations Manager / Configuration Manager
Computer Language Research, New York, New York (1985-1990)
Coordinated startup of state-of-the-art BTO / CTO systems integration facility. Set up Configuration Lab and specified/purchased equipment. Developed and implemented policies, procedures and processes.

  • Instituted quality program that maintained an out-of-box failure rate for all products of <0.1%.
  • Recipient of two "Team Player" awards.

Production Supervisor
Honeywell Electronics Division, Old Bridge, New Jersey (1982-1985)
Supervised the production of optical devices for military suppliers.

  • Reduced line HPU (hours per unit) from 18.0 to 10.0.
  • Cut rework material costs by 60% within 9 months.
  • Managed only area in plant's history to receive "Total Quality Supplier" and "Zero Defect" awards from customers.

Manufacturing Operations Manager
Advo Corporation, Vancouver, Washington (1980-1982)
Directed manufacturing operations for startup electronic communications equipment company. Developed and implemented specifications and procedures.

Production Supervisor
Motorola Inc., Portland, Oregon (1977-1980)
Hired as equipment operator. Promoted to supervisory position in the chemical operations area. Oversaw chemical processing and shipping/receiving operations.


Bachelor of Science, Production Operations Management
Portland State University, Portland, Oregon (1978)



This resume was written by Pat Kendall, NCRW, a Nationally Certified Resume Writer and Career Transition Coach with 18 years of experience. Contact Pat at 1-800-591-9143 or ( 

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