Mr. Bradley D. Stewart
Mr. Bradley D. Stewart
201 9843 2nd. Street
Sidney BC, V8L 3C7
I have been involved in the sport of paintball for 20 years.
1- 250-656-6165 x227
BIO / Resume / CV:
SKILLS I CAN BRING TO YOUR COMPANY: Design/Redesign Performance Testing Customer Relations Prototype Creation Quality Control Purchasing Data Collection Test Fixture Design Innovative Design Destructive/Non-Destructive Testing Liaison between departments Development of bid packages Supervisory (team of 30) CAREER FOCUS To work in the field of Product Manufacturing, creating new products and processes to save the company money, while increasing their market share. To work with people, either as a team member or in a leadership role. PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS Provided technical information in regards to production/processing techniques, materials and properties. Outlined process advantages and limitations that effect long-range plant and product planning. Developed and implemented production line fixtures and assembly techniques. Handled quality control, price comparison of material needs, parts and material purchase orders in the range of $ 1,000,000. Acted as liaison between R&D department and the Production Manager to ensure the smooth transition from product design and prototyping to commercialization and manufacturing. Worked with VP in the design, development and implementation of various products to bring them to consumer market: flatline barrel, A-5 paintball marker, plus update design of Model 98 marker. CAREER HISTORY Automation Design Engineer, Milroy Engineering Ltd. 2003-Present Design and create custom machines to reduce manufacturing cost. Consider worker health and ease of use during all phases of development. Utilize scientific methods to develop prototypes to bring clients products to market. Work closely with clients to meet their needs and specifications. Help clients develop realistic expectations, timelines and specifications to insure successful development of the product. Meet allotted deadlines and project milestones at each phase of the project. Conduct regular checks after installation to insure client satisfaction and product performance. Product Engineer, Tippmann Pneumatics 1999-2003 Developed, designed and implemented regular product innovations. Worked within a development team while providing leadership to manufacturing personnel. Acted as liaison with materials suppliers and reviewed bids for existing and future contracts. Worked independently, designing a completely new product. In a team environment, designed six new products over 3 years. Voluntarily represented Tippmann at paintball events which encouraged more participants to attend, developed positive public relations, and kept abreast of the desires and needs of todays athlete. Project Engineer, Weldwood of Canada 1997-1999 Provided engineering and product management services to a pulp mill maximizing production quality, safety performance and reducing costs over the long term. Delivered pro forma results within time and cost constraints. Solved operational and maintenance problems. Conducted root cause analysis and completed resulting projects. Filled shift supervisor position for six months for a crew of 30 maintenance people (millwrights, welders and pipe fitters). During plant shutdowns supervised a work crew of 60. Presented project outlines, updates and fund approval needs for capital projects to mill management, company management, and department heads. Worked consecutive shifts as required to ensure positive conclusion to work projects. Student Project Engineer, Kimberly-Clark 1995-1997 Prepared and executed minor projects in concert with operations groups. Provided technical support to operations personal. Encouraged, suggested and implemented improvements to the departments systems and processes. Conestoga College 1990-1991 Instructed Mechanical technologist program: AutoCAD, AutoCAD light, Manufacturing and Materials Processes, Autolisp programming language. This included lecturing, grading assignments, program demonstrations, and trouble-shooting within the student projects. Department of National Defense 1980-1988 Princess Louise Fusiliers (1980-1985) Reserve unit. Rank obtained was Master Corporal. Provided leadership by instructing and organizing various courses from basic to technical. Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry (1985-1988) Reconnaissance Unit. Was an integral member of a reconnaissance team with specialized training to move as a single unit. Adapted to work in a variety of environments and cultures under stressful conditions. Constantly exercised independent decision-making and problem solving for mission completion. Qualified in 95% of the positions available to me, examples are Reconnaissance Trooper, Radio Operator, Machine Gunner, Pioneer Tech, etc. COMPUTER EXPERIENCE SolidWorks, AutoCad, AutoCad Inventor, Visual Basic, MS Office, EDUCATION 1997 Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering) Lakehead University Law and Ethics Course 2005 Non-Destructive Testing Magnetic Particle and Liquid Penetrate University Alberta 1999 Oil Analysis 1999 Failure Analysis of Mechanical Components Weldwood of Canada 1998 Introduction to Pulp Manufacturing University of North Carolina 1998 Diploma in Engineering Technology Lakehead University 1994 FEE SCHEDULE Expert Designation Fee:(amount charged to use expert's name, applied to case): $500.00 Retainer Policy: (usually applied toward the last invoice):$1000.00 Non-Testimonial: (consulting/analysis): $175.00 or $1400.00 for an 8 hour day Testimonial: (deposition and in court): $250.00 for $2000.00 for an 8 hour day Travel Policy (rates): at cost Misc.: Report generation begins at $1000.00 and will increase in relation to the length and complexity of the information required.
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