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Another Commitment to Project Management

Anthony Cornely: Entech Innovative Engineering Department Coordinator

As Entech Innovative Engineering’s Department Coordinator, Anthony Cornely works under the guidance of multiple department heads and has a leadership role in departmental planning efforts. The position requires excellent communication and organization skills to coordinate with a variety of suppliers and customers.

His responsibilities require expertise in group process facilitation, data analysis, program planning and budget development. Anthony’s proven experience makes him ideal to assist project teams and coordinate resources, equipment, meetings and updated information, with a focus on assisting project managers to get various phases completed on time and within budget.

“My attention to detail and organizational skills have helped me excel at any task that is thrown my way,” Cornely said. “When I am part of a team, I strive to support and lead whenever it is needed. I take pride in the tasks that are given to me and always see them through to the end.”

Before joining Entech Innovative, he was a Production Supervisor for Sunbelt Forest Products. In that position, Anthony was in charge of overseeing and operating related production equipment; conducting tests and report data in a prescribed format to track chemical compliance levels, costs and results; and maintaining quality control of the product by preparing prescribed compounds and solutions of a proper mix of chemicals.

He is currently taking courses from Southern New Hampshire University in Information Systems and has an associate of arts degree from Eastern Florida State College.

“Building on an incredible work history, I look forward to Anthony developing our operational practices and systems to improve efficiency, foster cross-functional collaboration and maintain our high standards of product quality,” said John Marhoefer, managing partner of Entech Innovative Engineering. “He is revamping our approach to project management and facilitating more integration between creative design with mechanical, electrical and control design and engineering to ensure proper production workflow.”


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