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PAUL DEMARSEILLES

Branford, Connecticut 06405 203.843.7180 pedemars@aol.com

PROFILE Accomplished, Experienced Production/Project Manager Career Overview Background features a record of productivity, professionalism and consistent performance excellence, highlighted by a distinguished designing & engineering career, full life cycle development & production experience. Most recent several years spent directing multiple employees in building a successful product/project management career in an operationsfocused business. Strong academic and technical preparation in business (earned bachelors degree with a 3.7 GPA as an adult student), engineering and project management. Proven ability to drive significant, measurable increases in productivity in a precision-engineering environment. Core Competencies Process Improvement Marketing Vendor Management Problem Solving

Business Planning Sales support Quality Management Product Engineering

Budget Analysis Customer Service Full Product Life Cycles Project Management

Technical Summary BPCS, SAP xTuple MRP Systems. Microsoft Office 2010 including Microsoft Project.

EXPERIENCE

MARSEI Home Improvements Branford, Connecticut

2012-Present

Owner and Operator Dedicated to a positive aesthetic and functional transformation of residential and commercial real estate investments. Skill set includes the following: Sheet rocking and Taping Painting Carpentry, Framing, Wood Flooring, Trim work, specializing in Custom Cabinetry Tile Setting, custom designs including inlays Home and addition designs, creating full set of working drawings Specializing in bathroom and kitchen remodeling BAUSCH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES Clinton, Connecticut 2009-2012 Production Manager (2010-Present) Direct a ten-person production staff in this 20 year old engineering and manufacturing company dedicated to the pharmaceutical industry. Team lead in production activities overseeing projects related to the building of units such as complete packaging lines for syringes, cartridges, vials, bottles, ampoules, and I.V. bags. Implement clients needs by catering to the global market of custom, high end pharmaceutical machinery. Improved production output by 20% within a 6 month time frame by developing and implementing a Production Planning System. Project Manager (2009-2010) Oversaw all new Project Management responsibilities and developed a planning system that insured production parts and assemblies where completed on time to meet project objectives. Monitored and managed up to four projects simultaneously. Directed, coordinated and identified customer requirements. Displayed functional authority for the planning, organization and execution of multiple phases of projects (design, review, manufacturing, approval and completion). Extensive on-site customer communication and interaction. Tracked and reviewed the reports and status of each team member. Ensured the safety and completion of all related documents & forms. Assisted in the examination of the customer Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) - predetermined by the customer, design machines, and additional approvals. Implemented new Part Tracking System to improve status availability crucial to project advancements. Promoted to Production Manager after one year with the company.

ROTO-FRANK OF AMERICA Chester, Connecticut 2006-2009 Product Manager Researched and developed New Product lines of window and door hardware for this wholly-owned subsidiary of Roto AG, a 30 year old manufacturing and marketing company in North America. Fulfilled role of the driving force for the marketing vision for new products including requirements definition, design review, and all details and processes required to facilitate a profitable line of door and window locking products. Acted as International Liaison to the Asian and European suppliers. Performed patent research, coordination, and implementation. Prepared and provided frequent presentations for sales, vendors, and additional management. Introduced new door and window locking product line which added $6,000,000 revenue during its first year. Paul DeMarseilles/Page Two BUILDERS HARDWARE Stratford, Connecticut 2003-2006 Project Manager Oversaw all Project Management initiatives in this company specializing in residential and commercial hardware for doors, cabinets, bathrooms, and more. Monitored and managed estimating, bid presentation, ordering, and managing change orders. Developed and maintained network of contractors and suppliers vital to core business objectives. Achieved 98% of project goals including meeting deadlines and monitoring costs to keep projects within budget. He was recruited due to his combined engineering and project management skills. Put on a fast track within company. FLETCHER-TERRY Farmington, Connecticut 1997-2003 Engineering Supervisor/Product Engineer Supervised a staff of four Product Designers for this manufacturing company providing advanced cutting solutions for numerous global industries. Implemented tracking system of all product projects which improved and served to give a clearer picture of each project status. Designed new products and initiated improvements to existing products. Provided input for reliability and performance test plans for new products during development. Promoted to Engineering Supervisor in third year of employment because of noted ability to drive a project through the process to a successful completion. Recognized for creativity in production and concept design. SARGENT MANUFACTURING New Haven, Connecticut 1993-1997 Product Engineer/Business Unit Manager Performed full product life cycle coordination and management in this industry leader of manufacturing lock sets, door closers, exit devices, and electro-mechanical products. Pioneered global market harmonization, related to new product design and manufacturing. Worked as team lead and manager of various intricate roles within the project that assisted in manufacturing and rollout (draftsperson, manufacturing engineer, inventory specialist & marketing specialist). Combined technical knowledge, human factors & creativity in order to make products successful. Designed a patented high security cylinder which is still being sold in the market today. Promoted to Business Unit Leader of Cylinder product line in 1996.

BLACK & DECKER Shelton, Connecticut 1989-1993 Senior Product Designer Responsible for designing new product solutions to meet production demand in this innovative household appliance company delivering solutions and tools to industrial companies, professionals, and consumers. Identified market trends and opportunities. Generated fully detailed technical drawings and notes for prototyping. Created an electromechanical design (a combined manual and auto operation known as an Auto-Off switch) for use in a new iron product line, which there is a current patent for today. Sent to Singapore for four weeks to help develop the manufacturing line for the Auto-Off switch. Performed as the go to guy for the Marketing Department when they needed a formula to develop a feasible way of turning a concept into a product with no liabilities. SARGENT MANUFACTURING New Haven, Connecticut 1981-1989 Product Designer/Mechanical Designer Collaborated with other dedicated Product Designers, Product Managers, and Engineers to develop innovative products. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION ALBERTUS MAGNUS COLLEGE New Haven, Connecticut Bachelor of Science, Business Management, 2002 HARTFORD STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE Hartford, Connecticut Associate of Science, Architectural Design & Engineering, 1981 GPA: 3.7

VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY Villanova, Pennsylvania Certificate of Achievement, Essentials of Project Management, 2010 Certificate of Achievement, PMP Exam Prep, 2010 Professional Development Numerous courses, workshops, seminars and conferences throughout career. Details available.