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ROBERT MILLER Woodhaven, Michigan (MI) 48183 USA (c) 734.925.0531 r2miller@aol.

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Plant Engineering / Maintenance / Operations / Facilities Management
CAREER SUMMARY Maintenance / Plant Engineering Equipment installation and renovation, implementation of maintenance management systems, reduction of parts inventory cost, vendor selection, contracting, equipment testing, robotics and automation equipment maintenance and installation/renovation, BAS systems, filtration systems, engineering, supply chain, distribution and operations facilities. Production Management Process improvement, alignment of maintenance activities to ensure goals are met with metrics for safety, quality, delivery, environmental, cost and morale factors being optimized. Understand how to manage and lead a maintenance/facilities department. Leader / Motivator Recognized for an innate ability to get along with, lead and motivate a wide variety of individuals in both unionized and non-unionized settings. Received benchmark recognition for the ability to bring a team together to achieve best-in-class awards. Analyst / Researcher Approached all assignment and responsibilities as an ethical business owner with a responsibility to customers, employees, the community and the bottom line. Known for doing the job while considering all impact points along the way to achieve goals. Researcher of options and optimized methods is instinctive and routine. Education MS Administration and BS Business Administration, Central Michigan University; Associates Degree, Electrical Engineering, Oakland Community College; Graduate Electrical Apprenticeship program. RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS Increased preventive maintenance and facility repair completion rates by 60%, saving $1.2M per year. Drove throughput to 96%, establishing line as division benchmark. Pushed preventive maintenance completion rate to 93% for facility. Developed maintenance systems for new plant, improving management oversight by 75%. Led maintenance and production teams in adoption of Total Productive Maintenance processes, improving throughput by 20% to an all-time plant high. Improved manpower utilization by 50%.

CAREER HISTORY Maintenance/Facilities Supervisor, Grubb & Ellis 10/2011-1/2012 Contract position supervising facilities maintenance crew in support of manufacturing operations at automotive facility including filtration systems, PM completion and daily work orders.

Maintenance/Facilities Manager, Devon Facility Management. 2010 to 7/2011 Managed facility maintenance group including work planning/scheduling for new plant launch in engine manufacturing facility. This included PM programs, filtration maintenance and day to day support in machining departments. Maintenance/Facilities Manager, Sanimax 2008 to 2009

Implemented TPM and computerized maintenance management system, improved spare parts inventories as well as worked with the team in establishing capital spending forecast for a renewable energy conversion company. Temporary assignment as part of a plant renovation and startup team. DaimlerChrysler LLC Operations Maintenance Supervisor 1995 to 2008 2001 to 2008

Promoted to manage preventive maintenance procedures and repair on machining, assembly, and facilities equipment at production facilities. Rebuilt operations, installed and started new operations. Increased preventive maintenance compliance to exceed corporate standard of 85%. Reduced downtime and increased throughput by 20% with proactive and timely maintenance operations. Facilities Manager 1995 to 2001

Directed staff of seven supervisors in a 24-hour operation. Organized and established Central Maintenance Department, Toolroom and Preventive / Maintenance programs, and coordinated startup effort of facility support systems for new production facility. Worked with team to establish QS 9000 Certification for plant operations and established suppliers, contractors and vendor support for facility. Plant / Facilities Engineer 1992 to 1995

Recruited to supervise startup of Automotive Engineering Technology Center. Worked with vendors during initial facilities equipment installation and subsequent expansions. Implemented work management system as well as preventive maintenance program for entire engineering facility. Established vendor support and suppliers for MRO. EARLY CAREER Electrician / Maintenance Supervisor Electrical Startup Engineer at numerous Nuclear and Fossil Fuel plants nationwide. EDUCATION MS Administration, Central Michigan University BS Business Administration, Central Michigan University Associates Degree Electrical Engineering, Oakland Community College Graduate Electrical Apprenticeship program Completed Microsoft Office Skill Update course, Wayne County Community College Certified Universal Technician EPA 608 2011 Completed CFM Exam review course. Member of IFMA INTERESTS Gourmet cook. Active in cooking school programs on a part-time basis. Volunteer work for Yankee Air Force Museum, Willow Run Airport.