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Resume for Ken C. for Supply Chain / Logistics / Telecommunications Services in McHenry, Idaho

Occupation: Supply Chain / Logistics Industry: Telecommunications Services
Country: United States City: McHenry
State: Idaho ZIP: 60051

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Kennith C.

Fairview Lane, McHenry, IL,



A Supply Chain New Product Introduction Professional experienced in mass production manufacturing.  Skilled in developing supplier processes for on time, on cost, and robust quality. Background includes Motorola Six Sigma Black Belt, program management, project management, piece part & assembly qualification, ESI Early Supplier Involvement, process characterization, process optimization, and continuous improvement.

  • Motorola Sigma Black Belt
  • Process Characterization
  • Process Optimization
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Problem Solving
  • Comparative Analysis
  • SPC
  • MSA/GR&R

    Technisource, Itasca, IL  March Present

    Senior Supplier Development Engineer at Zebra Technologies Corporation, providing supplier development support for mass production and supplier transfers. 

    Motorola, inc, Libertyville, IL November November

    A global manufacturer of communication products for industrial, commercial, government, and consumer markets.

    Principal Staff Engineer, SME Team Nov. –Nov.

    Staff Engineer position Subject Matter Expert supporting the standardization of the Keypad Commodity. A Technical Category Manager position supporting Keypads used within the Mobile Devices sector products. Standardized design requirements, decorations, and technologies utilized in the manufacturing of keypads. Developed supplier quality and handling any manufacturing quality issues with incoming material.

  • Improved bonding process yield of keypad assembly at the beginning of ramp by %, by characterizing the need for changing adhesive technology used in the assembly, and with continuous improvement actions; mass production now exceeding % yield.
  • Development Engineering and Supplier support for developing the two thin technologies used on the two latest launches of smartphones.
  • Supply chain project management of assigned commodity for NPI New Product Introduction.
  • Led crossfunctional teams in development of new manufacturing technologies in defining mass production process of "thin" keypads and led continuous improvement projects onsite at multiple supplier locations.

    Technical Staff Engineer, NPI Advanced Technology Team Dec. Nov.

    Senior Staff ME, NPI Advanced Technology Team Dec. Dec.

    Staff Engineer position supporting Tough NUDs New, Unique, or Difficult technologies. Worked with design team and suppliers to develop concept, technology, and manufacturing processes. Worked with the supplier to conduct process characterization and define process capabilities on NUD technologies, using both DMADV and DMAIC process. Developed processes to meet design requirements and meet launch production yields. Developed and defined process improvements and continuous improvement requirements. Technologies included Lens/Keypad combination using Moldprint technology, Stainless Steel with ED and SoftTouch paint system, Drive Module, Main Bearing and Hinge Bearing assemblies.  Responsible for developing supplier quality and handled any manufacturing quality issues with incoming material.

  • Provided ESI Early Supplier Involvement, process characterization, and process optimization of Swiss made bearing subassemblies for high end luxury phone; meeting schedule, yield and cost requirements.
  • Supported multicountry international supply chain in developing one piece Lens/Keypad moldprint component; met schedule, yield, and cost requirements.
  • For mass production launch, supported Development team and supplier for process characterization and optimization for introduction of new decoration technology, met schedule and rolled yield requirements for launch.
  • Led onsite supplier development of continuous improvement projects to define mass production process.

    Kennith C. Page Two

    Senior Staff ME, Supplier Performance Management Jan. –Dec

    Senior Supply Chain Engineer, Supply Chain Engineering Feb. –Jan

    Senior Component Engineer, Component Technology Engineering Apr. –Feb

    Core engineer position with major focus on injection molded plastic commodity and cosmetic finishes including: Paint, FIM, IMD, Plating, VM, IMD/IML, and Hydrographic Finish.  Support Development to insure successful launch on new programs.  Emphasis for role was on ESI and PPAP requirements through piece part qualification of Mechanical and ElectroMechanical components.  Developed supplier quality and handling any manufacturing quality issues with incoming material.  Support Strategic Sourcing with new supplier selection.  Support the knowledge and experience growth of the junior level CTE Mechanical Engineers.

  • Supported manufacturing by identifying and coordinating the resolution of factory component issues. 
  • Drove cost reduction activities by interfacing with suppliers to identify and drive opportunities for their respective commodities. 
  • Drove to deliver new technologies by working with procurement, manufacturing, and development engineering.
  • Led over continuous improvement projects at assigned suppliers to improve yields for mass production programs.
  • Convinced supplier's senior management team to invest in Plasma Treat system prior to decoration for a % increase in yield for piece part decoration. Supplier implemented system across multiple facilities and different types of decoration lines for additional cost savings.
  • Conducted QS audits with suppliers to develop continuous improvement objectives.

    Motorola, inc, Harvard, IL November April

    Mechanical Engineer, Development Engineering, Nov. –Apr.

    Design and develop innovative mechanical and electromechanical components and systems for portable telephone systems.  Use solid modeling, Structural Finite Element Analysis, and simulation tools. Responsibilities were for the development of product from initial concept, layout, design, analysis, environmental testing & evaluation; from ramp to production, and to end of life of the program.  Responsible for quality improvements during manufacturing of developed system and for securing cost reduction of assigned components. Used Pro Engineer for D modeling. 

    U.S. Ultra Machine Tool, Inc., Mundelein, IL            December November

    Mechanical Designer

    Used Pro Engineer for D modeling. 

    Parametric Design Associates, Crystal Lake, IL January December

    Mechanical Designer

    Used Pro Engineer for D modeling. 

    AEROTEK, C.E.S., Indianapolis, IN October December

    Mechanical Designer

    Used Pro Engineer for D modeling. 

    TRICAD Engineering, Inc., Lafayette, IN December October

    Mechanical Designer

    Used Pro Engineer for D modeling.


    BS, Industrial Technology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana,

    Motorola Sigma Black Belt, August

    Motorola Sigma Green Belt, January

    Air Defense Artillery Officer Basic Course, Ft. Bliss, Texas

    Officer Candidate School, Camp Atterbury, Indiana, Commissioned

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