Food Engineer Resume

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Michael Byrne

2834 Monica Ct SW

Albany, NY 12201

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Summary

An individual who provides technical support and innovative solutions to existing customers in the cereal food industry; has a deep understanding of customer needs and has been responsible for initiating and coordinating technical activities; In close cooperation with sales and marketing, has ensure proactive technical support for our customers and evaluate, plan and carry out projects from laboratory to industrial scale to clients and partners; has supported the test marketing, the launch of new products and secure professional customer service for the Cereal Food industry; has created and supported a strong network with relevant research groups in academia and constantly keep updated on new knowledge and technologies within your field of expertise.

Professional Experience:

Process Engineer – Food & Dairy January 2007 – Present

Wegmans Food Markets, Albany, NY

Responsibilities:

  • Designed turnkey process systems designed to meet Food and Drugs Association standards.
  • Created training modules for new engineers.
  • Worked with full knowledge of industrial process controls for the Food & Diary industry and updates on the same technology for plant upgrade.
  • Produced mechanical diagrams & drawings for tech evaluation and training.
  • Willingness to travel to onsite locations for Pre-evaluation, installation and training of client personnel of system operation.
  • Optimized processes and manufacturing procedures to meet delivery schedules and budget standards.

Supply Chain Process Manager May 2004 – December 2006

The Schwan Food Company, Albany, NY

Responsibilities:

  • Assisted and facilitated process improvement measures across the organization.
  • Worked with supporting business leaders to deliver continuous improvements to all product lines.
  • Utilized process-mapping skills to identify, recommend and implement improved business processes and staffing structure.
  • Conducted business model and financial analysis to determine opportunity areas for concentration in support of building profitability.
  • Ensured financial performance by ensuring continuous production and on-time delivery.
  • Adapted to business approaches that will help streamline company efforts.
  • Ensured delivery of organizational strategies and achievement of financial commitments.

Industrial Engineer-Food Processing February 1999 – May 2004

Food & Beverages Albany, NY

Responsibilities:

  • Designed turnkey process systems designed to meet Food and Drugs Association standards.
  • Created training modules for new engineers.
  • Worked with full knowledge of industrial process controls for the Food & Diary industry and updates on the same technology for plant upgrade.
  • Produced mechanical diagrams & drawings for tech evaluation and training.
  • Willingness to travel to onsite locations for Pre-evaluation, installation and training of client personnel of system operation.
  • Optimized processes and manufacturing procedures to meet delivery schedules and budget standards.

Supply Chain Process Manager May 2004 – December 2006

The Schwan Food Company, Albany, NY

Education

Masters Degree in Food Science, University of Iowa, IA, 1999

Bachelors Degree in Food Engineering, Rockefeller University, NY, 1997

Skills:

  • Knowledge of food hygiene and microbiology, process engineering, chemical and physical properties of food products
  • Knowledge of the interaction between food and the equipment used to process food products
  • Knowledge of food processing equipment such as canning equipment, dryers, pumps and heat exchangers
  • Problem-solving, planning and organizational skills
  • Excellent writing and communication skills

Awards and Affiliations

Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology, Member

Institution of Food Engineers, Member

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