Manufacturing Specialist - U of I Research Park, Post Falls
University of Idaho Research Park
721 Lochsa St, Ste 223
Post Falls ID 83854
Gene Hamacher is a TechHelp Manufacturing Specialist based at the University of Idaho Research Center in Post Falls. He is offering assistance to Idaho manufactures across northern Idaho from the Canadian border south into the Lewiston area.
Most recently, Gene was an Instructor at DeVry University where he taught online courses on Production Control Methods and Lean Manufacturing/JIT. He was also an Instructor for ITT Educational Services, Inc. where he taught classes on Business Management, Project Management, Mathematics & Problem Solving, and Electronics. At Lane Community College, Gene provided classes and advising for small business owners and focused primarily on agricultural businesses and production processes. Gene was Director of Support Services at Triumph Composite Systems; a $70m production facility. Gene started his career at Boeing in Spokane as a Senior Production Manager responsible for leading and managing Production Operations, Maintenance, and Technical support organizations.
Lean Training & Implementation
MSE, Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MSM, Operations Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Sloan School of Management
BSEET, Electronics Engineering Technology, DeVry University
Gene’s Blog Posts
TechHelp Manufacturing Specialists pride themselves on delivering world-class services to local companies in Idaho. But sometimes, the world comes calling. In May of 2017, Manufacturing Specialist, Gene Hamacher, of TechHelp and the University of Idaho provided the Keynote presentation at “Productivity Now!” a Seminar and Workshop of Operational Excellence in Concepcion, Chile. Hamacher is based […]
The North Idaho College (NIC) Workforce Training Center conducted the first Aviation Assembler Course August 1-12 at Sandpoint High School. Three PTECH (Pathways To Early Career High School) students earned the Aviation Assembler Skill Stack badges. Mark Kennaly, James Cope and Alex Miller (pictured at right), completed online coursework followed by 70 hours of Hands-On […]