William Lane 123 Easy St. Detroit, Mich. T: (000)555.1212 ■ C: (000)555.1212 ■ email@example.com
CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
Extensive experience in R&D, Product Development, Engineering and QC
Dynamic leader known for jump-starting product development, resolving manufacturing issues and increasing revenues by 36 percent through the creation of award-winning designs and processes
Areas of Expertise:
|• Budget Development and Cost Control||• Product Design and Development||• Contract Negotiations|
|• Strategic Technology Planning||• Leadership and Supervision||• Vendor Management|
|• Process Re-engineering||• IT Governance||• Requirements Definition|
|• Lean Six Sigma|
On the web @www.wlane.com and www.socialmedia.com/wlane
Professional ExperienceABC Automotive Solutions 2009 to present Chief Technology Officer and Director of Product Development Recruited to jump-start product development in the underperforming R&D unit of this global automotive parts manufacturer. Led a team of 15 engineers, managed the company’s intellectual portfolio and developed key relationships with vendors and clients. Impact:
- Reduced the development lifecycle 30% by streamlining processes through the implementation of Six Sigma, instilling accountability and upgrading tools and training.
- Grew new product releases by 120%, increasing company-wide revenue by 48%.
- Reduced recalls by 98% through the implementation of stringent QC testing and standards.
- Reduced packaging costs by 25%, operating costs by 35% through supplier negotiations and increasing productivity 78%.
- Implemented new MIS systems and dedicated teams that reduced proposal response time from five days to one.
- Negotiated strategic alliances with several European partners boosting our technical capabilities and facilitating our entrance into eight new markets.
- Three products nominated for the SPE Automotive Innovation Awards.
- Five U.S. Patents issued.
- Improved throughput 32% without increasing headcount by performing complex design and impact analysis, solving engineering-related problems and providing technical leadership.
- Reduced part rejection 45% by developing engineering lifecycle test plans and installing new QC processes.
- Reduced scrap by 35% and lowered raw materials costs by 15% by defining and documenting systems impacts, upgrading machinery and negotiating more favorable terms with suppliers.
- Facilitated 10% market share increase by increasing new product development by 22%.
- Increased department’s cache by coordinating and consulting with departments outside engineering, such as IT, business owners, program management, public policy etc.
- Created, designed and developed over 200 parts by conducting feasibility and risk reduction studies, completing calculations and meeting functional, dimensional and performance requirements.
- Established component and assembly dimensions and tolerances, creates bills of materials, selected appropriate materials and finishes, created 3D models and 2D drawing for production.
Technical ToolboxOperating Systems: Windows, Linux, UNIX, OS/2 Databases: DB2, Informix UDS, SQL Server, Sybase, Cloudscape, Access, Paradox Development Tools: Jbuilder, MS Visual Studio, PowerBuilder, ESQL/C, Jprobe, Jtest, CVS, Informix NewEra, InstallShield, Delphi, Paradox/Paradox for Windows, CAD, Autodesk Multimedia: Java 3D, Java Media Framework, 3DS Max, Lightwave Languages: Java, C, C++, SQL, XML, HTML, Pascal, Assembly Networking: NT/2000 Server, OS/2 LAN Server, LAN/WAN, TCP/IP, UNIX Server, Novell Netware
Education and TrainingMaster of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Michigan Technical College The Indispensable CTO: Strategic Leadership of Technology and Innovation, Stanford Business School