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JOSEPH L COFFMAN 1134 Camper St. Pulaski, VA 24301 – 941-447-9741 – OBJECTIVE V.P. Continuous Improvement My goal is to successfully lead your organization to operational excellence through Continuous Improvement Program initiatives and deployments. As your company embraces the culture change to a Lean Enterprise and Six Sigma, you need someone with proven international experience to lead the way. If you take the time to discuss how I can help your organization, you wil
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   JOSEPH L COFFMAN 1134 Camper St. Pulaski, VA 24301 – 941-447-9741 – OBJECTIVE V.P. Continuous Improvement My goal is to successfully lead your organization to operational excellence through ContinuousImprovement Program initiatives and deployments. As your company embraces the culturechange to a Lean Enterprise and Six Sigma, you need someone with proven internationalexperience to lead the way. If you take the time to discuss how I can help your organization, youwill discover I am the leader your company needs to develop your culturally diverse environment. PROFILE ã 12+ years experience as professional manager ã Holistic approach to Continual Improvement and Lean Six Sigma activities ã Integration of all employees into the culture of continual improvement ã Responsible for creation and rebirth of Lean Six Sigma initiatives in a variety of industries ã Execution of policy deployment and translation of objectives to all levels of workforce ã College instructor of Six Sigma and Project Management principles ã Organized, highly motivated problem solver ã Facilitation of project scoring and selection matrix for executive prioritization and decisionmaking ã Future-minded strategic planning ã Mentor and leader for management and production associates ã Able to win respect of factory floor associates, technical staff, and executives alike ã Negotiation experience during program execution with contractors and vendors ã International consultant of Lean, Six Sigma, Project Management, and Continuous ProcessImprovement ã Proven ability to motivate all staff levels, from floor personnel to Chief Executives ã Able to direct complex projects from concept to fully operational status including developmentschedules and earned value reporting and analysis ã Goal-oriented with strong leadership capabilities ã Ability to help other business leaders achieve their area goals by ensuring projects are alignedwith the strategic needs of the business and support their objectives RELEVANT EXPERIENCE & ACCOMPLISHMENTS Continuous Improvement Leadership ã Successful deployment of Lean Production Systems, a.k.a. Toyota Production Systems atmedium to large manufacturing organizations (1000 – 7000 employees) ã Achieved results consistently during Lean Six Sigma implementations ã Managed activities for Lean Coordinators, engineers, production managers and qualitypersonnel during Lean Production System daily and weekly SQDEC roll-up meetings ã Facilitated Visual Factory development and deployment at various manufacturing locations ã Driver of Standard Work, making problems visible, kaizen improvementswww.efficiency100.comwww.jcoffman.comPage 1 of 5   JOSEPH L COFFMAN 1134 Camper St. Pulaski, VA 24301 – 941-447-9741 – Program Management ã Successfully established Lean Production System and Six Sigma process improvement programsat multiple companies growing the departments to hundreds Black and Green Belts in total ã Established project management programs at multiple companies ã Facilitated Six Sigma projects and managed Black and Green belts to achieve millions in costsavings and revenue ã Managed multi-million dollar operational control system projects ã Managed multi-million dollar residential and small commercial construction projects ã Develops project management repositories and reporting systems for easier management of multiple projects and resource utilization ã Developed project dashboards, tracking systems and metric reporting ã  Train large corporations in Lean, Six Sigma, & Minitab ã PMP Exam Prep training events ã Regularly develop business cases ã Implemented MS Project Server for helping to manage the project landscape, tracking andmanaging PM’s, and ensuring one version of project truth in data ã Developed Black Belt and Green Belt training materials and curriculum for use at manycompanies ã Chosen provider for Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Green Belt Certifications at St. PetersburgCollege Corporate Training ã Curriculum developer for the Lean Six Sigma certification program at St. Petersburg CollegeCorporate Training Management/Supervision ã Directed project management activities for more than 100 employees ã Develop and manage performance management objectives ã  Trained, supervised and evaluated staff, coached improvement skills ã Upgraded technical workforce abilities by introducing Green Belt and PM skills into theirperformance objectives EMPLOYMENT Director of Continuous Improvement  Alliant Techsystems (ATK) – Radford, VA ã Leader of the Performance Enterprise System and Reliability Engineering ã Accountable for bottom-line results and substantial EBIT challenges ã Responsible for policy deployment and strategic objective development ã Leader of Lean Production or Toyota Production System deployment and associatedactivities ã Implementation of the Visual Factory across entire operational facility, which includes10 distinct plants and 1300+ employees, with 900+ direct labor ã Responsible for Standard Work implementation and driver of Maynard OperationSequence Technique (MOST) at facility with development of many engineers ascertified MOST analysts ã Leader of Six Sigma activities, including program development, training activities,project leader development, and operational deployment ã Creation of Kaizen activities system for support of the Visual Factory 2008-Present  VP of International Process Excellence Process Improvement, LLC - Bradenton, FL ã Principle consultant and Lean Production System deployment leader for team of 6consultants in project activities, training initiatives, and Lean Six Sigma projectimprovement activities ã Generate new business opportunities, proposal development and contract execution ã Win support and develop commitment from executive leadership for processimprovements, training and project concept and initiation 2006-2008 www.efficiency100.comwww.jcoffman.comPage 2 of 5   JOSEPH L COFFMAN 1134 Camper St. Pulaski, VA 24301 – 941-447-9741 – Manager of Process Innovation & Excellence   PSCU Financial Services - St. Petersburg, FL ã Lead new Lean Six Sigma project management initiative ã Win support and develop commitment from senior leadership for processimprovements ã Supervise process improvement project managers and leaders in the DMAIC projectprocess ã Developed base DMAIC project plan for use throughout the organization 2007-2008 Master Black Belt Smith and Nephew, Medical Device Manufacturing – Largo, FL ã Responsible for culture change throughout Largo Operations – Six Sigma and ProjectManagement Program development ã Led Lean Six Sigma deployment activities at Largo and additional US locations – alsostrategic partner locations ã Managed more than thirty Black Belts and Green Belts in their improvement activities ã Created project tracking and updating system to help management receive projectstatus reports and to help manage the multi-project landscape as well as the ever-present resource capacity issues ã Led an initiative to change the operational efficiency throughout Largo Operations. The $200k project to develop and install a shop floor OEE system was an unqualifiedsuccess and shifted the entire organization operational efficiency greater than 5% ã Conducted 5 waves of Six Sigma Training which include: In-house Green & BlackBelts, outside vendors, Green, Black Belts, & MBB’s in Smith & Nephew OrthopedicsDivision, and NuCryst Pharmaceuticals in Canada. Additionally, the entiremanagement team received Six Sigma DMAIC overview training (Yellow Belt) in bi-weekly sessions of 3 hours each 2004-2007 Black Belt IMC Phosphates, Chemical Manufacturing – Mulberry, FL ã Project Manager of various Six Sigma projects in plant operations to increaseproduction and efficiencies and to reduce production variability, defects, downtime,and waste - Completed six projects totaling more than $5MM in savings or revenue ã Coached and managed multiple Action Workout ™ project teams to affect processchange and achieve bottom-line results in sixty days or less – Quick, schedule-drivenimprovement projects ã Developed and delivered Six Sigma Green Belt training program ã As part of the first Six Sigma project at IMC, initiated, developed business case, andsuccessfully completed an automatic reagent blending, batching, and deliverysystem - Reduction in variability of the blended reagent changed from a processcapability resulting in 2.5% in-spec product to 99.999% in-spec product ã Successfully managed four Advanced Process Control development projects. The $8-millon projects spanned three years of implementation 1999-2004 Process Control Engineer Boeing – Kennedy Space Center, FL ã Managed development and implementation project for Advanced Process Controlstrategies for predicting process pressures and flows of liquid hydrogen fuel andliquid oxygen oxidizer during the pre-launch filling of the Space Shuttle’s externaltank ã Implemented automatic PLC-based checkout procedures for a high-pressure system -System reduced the time required to pressure check the system from five days toseveral hours ã Developed application procedures for the testing the system hardware for the enginecontrol unit (ECU) of the Delta-IV rocket 1998-1999 www.efficiency100.comwww.jcoffman.comPage 3 of 5   JOSEPH L COFFMAN 1134 Camper St. Pulaski, VA 24301 – 941-447-9741 – Engineer, and Intern and Fellowship NASA – Kennedy Space Center, FL ã As Engineer, developed Advanced Process Control strategies for use during the fueland oxidizer loading of the Space Shuttle’s external tank ã As part of my Master’s thesis, and through internships and fellowships, developedAdvanced Process Control strategies for use during the fuel and oxidizer loading of the Space Shuttle’s external tank 1996-1998 www.efficiency100.comwww.jcoffman.comPage 4 of 5
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