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** Shift: Electronic Assembly, C Shift (Every other Thursday) Friday, Saturday, Sunday - 4:30 a.m. to 4:50 p.m. **

This position supports operation goals and objectives through the efficient allocation of raw materials and effective assignment of resources in Final Assembly.

Principal Duties:

Interview, select, train, evaluate and motivate direct reports. Enhance and promote employee morale through the use of effective communications, consistent application of policies/practices and employee counseling.

Plan, prioritize, organize, schedule and monitor resources required to achieve schedule attainment, productivity goals, and customer satisfaction.

Maintain and improve product quality through the use of SPC techniques, test yield data, quality audits, and employee awareness.

Review existing work processes and methods for potential improvements and recommend changes as appropriate.

Analyze production areas and monitor test functions to ensure that quality standards are met.

Participate in team projects as assigned. Coordinate/support team involvement of direct reports.

Accountable for timely completion of administrative responsibilities, i.e. record keeping, various reports, employee appraisals, and salary actions.

Plan and coordinate employee training/education activity to achieve current and future business objectives.

Support activities of Quality Assurance, Manufacturing Engineering, Test Engineering, Production Control, Finance, and Human Resources as appropriate in order to meet goals and objectives.

Monitor and maintain a safe working environment through adherence to Safety and EPA regulations and observance of good housekeeping practices.

Utilize Lean Six Sigma tools to identify and drive continuous improvement activities reducing or eliminating waste and variation. Identify and adopt best practices.

Proficient in MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel applications. Basic understanding of Minitab.

  • Bachelors Degree in a related discipline is required.
  • 2+ years supervisory experience within a manufacturing environment (preferably Electronics Assembly/SMT) which includes experience in the application of quality improvement techniques and statistical process analysis.
  • Proven ability to successfully interact in a team environment, providing effective leadership through strong interpersonal, problem solving, and communication skills.