Hector C. Martinez
2846 Mahlon Street Teterboro, NJ/ Tel# (732) 979-5402 Email: [email protected]
Manufacturing expert seeking VP level position. Proven ability to lead labor discussions, improve production techniques and increase quality control measures. Gained reputation as careful steward of finances. Cited for ability to utilize high tech solutions within business procesesses. Innovative and creative problem solver and trouble shooter.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
· Engineering Expertiset
· Financial Forecasting
· Employee Relations
· Innovation and Retooling
· Project Management
· Global Management
· Technology Use
· Efficient and Accurate
· Product Development
· Cost Control Measures
· Control Systems
CRANE Corporation, New York, NY
1997 – Present
Vice President of Manufacturing
Provide supervision to entiremanufacturing division of multi-national corporation with over 34,000 employees worldwide. Responsible for labor negotiations and grievances. Manage operations, quality standards, and line efficiency. Coordinate multiple projects with tight deadlines.
· Conduct negotiations, maintaining excellent labor relations with employees around the globe.
· Upgraded production lines; resulted in 24% increased capacity.
· Used analysis to study and improve productivity.
Big Apple Sports, New York, NY
1988 – 1997
Operations Manager/General Manager
Managed day-to-day procedures of $27M company with 89 employees. Diracted financial and human resource departments.
· Led efficiency studey to determine best use of resources, resulted in $2M savings.
· Supervised campaign to improve delivery by vendors.
· Renegotiated outstanding loan and saved company $1.2M.
Felix & Showey, New York, NY
1980 – 1988
Managed 68 engineers in the software, electrical, and mechanical divisions. Oversaw the development of several cellular applications. Led division while managing budgets and maintaining partnerships with suppliers.
· Created and expanded ability to produce at a 34% increased rate.
· Increased annual production by 10M units.
· Used statistical expertise to measure quality
Roundy Resources, Jersey City, NJ
1974 – 1980
Managed $1.2 million inventory for large manufacturer. Established inventory control and purchasing procedures which resulted in savings of 10%. Streamlined shipping/receiving departments which resulted in 10% cost reduction..
· Point of contact for engineers and human resources to ensure regulatory compliance.
· Led effort to improve customer service. Saved company $45K annually with new program.
Bachelor of Science (Engineering Management), 1974
St. John’s University, Queens, NY
American Association of Manufacturers
American Association for Manufacturing Professionals
Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE)
Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)
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