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Assembly Technician Phoenix, AZ
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SummaryThe Assembly Technician produces specialty cables to engineering specifications. Specialty cables are specialized semi-rigid cables used for applications in extreme temperatures, both hot and cold. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Welds connectors to cables using a laser welding machine Reads and interprets engineering documents Follows work instructions to produce cables per customer requirements Works with Engineers to problem solve production issues Completes required documentationQualifications/Requirements High School Diploma, GED or equivalent experience 1-2 years of experience in a manufacturing environment Experience manufacturing cable or cable assemblies, preferred Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings and work instructions Ability to read micrometers and calipers Ability to read, speak and understand English Welding or soldering experience, preferred Ability to perform basic math functions (add, subtract, multiply and divide), including working with fractions and decimals. Ability to work with effectively with small hand tools Proficiency with computer applications
Engineering Design Intern Mesa, AZ
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SummaryThis summerwe are looking to hire 2 Engineering Interns each to work on a specific project:They will assistthe Design Engineering Team with design and product development projects. The positions providehands-on engineering experience in an exciting Design Engineering environment.Engineering Internship #1 - De-Ice The Engineering Intern will work with Design and Manufacturing Engineers to help create samples, fixtures and standard processes/instructions for the new De-Ice product. The Engineering Intern will be a bridge between Design and Manufacturing. Engineering Internship #2: Interface Gaging Machine The Engineering Intern will complete the development of the prototype Interface Gaging Machine. The Interface Gaging Machine is a device to optically measure the positions of contacts and dielectrics relative to the connector reference plane and to record those measurements for later analysis. The Engineering Intern will work to create a master control software package, a complete functional/design review, a component/assembly drawing package, and a user instruction procedure.Job Requirements Graduate of or currently enrolled in College or University Engineering Program Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Working knowledge of AutoCAD or SolidWorks, preferred Extremely well-organized with superior attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to multitask, work in a high pace environment and meet deadlines Ability to work full-time hours thru the Summer of 2021
HR Generalist Wallingford, CT
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SummaryQualified candidates will be responsible for supporting the HR team, providing administrative support in a highly confidential, fast-paced, and dynamic environment.  The HR Generalist is an experienced HR Professional with responsibility for multiple activities related to Human Resources, including Payroll, Recruiting, Benefits and Worker's Compensation administration.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Update and maintain confidential employee personnel files Weekly and Semi-Monthly Payroll processing and associated reporting Participate and support the recruitment process Schedule interviews Prepare Offer Letters Attend Career/Job fairs Facilitate the on-boarding process for new employees, interns and temporary employees Process pre-employment screenings Set up new hire files Prepare paperwork for New Hire Orientation and Training Prepare new hire badges Maintain HRIS databases Prepare routine and non-routine reports Respond to employment verifications Maintain general office functions related to Human Resources Special projects and other duties as neededQualifications/Requirements Associate or Bachelor's degree preferred, with at least three years' experience working in HR Excellent verbal and written communication skills Team player Ability to thrive in a high-stress fast-paced environment Excellent organization, time management, and interpersonal skills Ability to maintain confidentiality Dayforce experience preferredEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Intern - Industrial Engineer West Palm Beach, FL
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Internship - INDUSTRIAL SUPPORT ENGINEERJob Title:         Industrial Support EngineerReports to:      Rafael CriolloLocation:         West Palm Beach, FLSummaryUnder the direction of the Production Manager, the Value Stream Support Engineer performs Industrial Engineering type functions. This individual is expected to utilize his/her skills to develop process time standards to utilize labor hours more efficiently and minimize non-value-added activities. Also assist in developing a more effective factory layout taking on consideration human and ergonomics factors.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Develop process time standards for cable cutting. Develop process time standards for cable assembly. Develop process time standards for markers band shrinking. Develop process time standards for harnesses assembly. Promote safety policies and procedures (both company and regulatory) to decrease the potential for team member injuries as he/she performs his/her duties. Interact with Manufacturing Engineering and Quality Engineering if needed while performing his/her duties. Participate in daily Gemba meetings by explaining the audience the scope of his/her assignments and share results. Make recommendations for new equipment and process changes if applicable. Perform other tasks as assigned by Production Manager or designee.Job Requirements Industrial Engineering background. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Excellent computer skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications. Experience with Lean Manufacturing preferred. Able to work in a fast-paced environment, multi-task and adapt to changing priorities. Ability to read and interpret manufacturing instructions and engineering drawings.
Inventory Manager West Palm Beach, FL
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INVENTORY MANAGERJob Title:Inventory Manager Reports to:Operations Mgr.FLSA:ExemptLocation: West Palm Beach, FLSummaryThe Inventory Manager manages the inbound/outbound freight and inventory control functions, ensuring an adequate flow of materials throughout Operations.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Manages Shipping/Receiving and Stockroom teams. Directs daily departmental activity. Prioritizes workload for scheduled job pulls. Monitors the timely processing of incoming shipments and stocking items in the warehouse. Ensures on-schedule processing of material throughout department areas. Ensure accuracy and timeliness of all inventory transactions and physical movement of materials from receipt to stocking to distribution. Assists in planning of stockroom layout, warehouse, and other storage areas, considering turnover, size, weight, and related factors of items stored. Develops procedures and train team members on stock transaction procedures and proper material handling. Maintains all kiting and shortage pulls to support manufacturing operations. Schedules all manpower requirements for Shipping, Receiving and the Stockroom. Conducts cycle counts and periodic physical inventories of stockroom and work in progress. Maintains a flow of packaging materials and ensures that all finished products are shipped without damage. Monitors and expedites shortages on production orders as required. Communicate part demand to Purchasing/Cable manufacturing and request deliveries and reschedules as needed. Maintains a safe and clean work environment. Enforce rules and policies and disciplinary action as needed.Job Requirement Bachelors’ Degree in Business, Manufacturing, Supply Chain or related discipline. 3+ years in Materials Management. Proficiency with ERP/MRP System. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, multi-task effectively and efficiently and adapt to changing priorities. Leads by example. Knowledge of logistics and materials management. Highly organi
Machine Operator Phoenix, AZ
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SummaryThe Machine Operator supports the production of raw cable to required specifications. The Cable Machine Operator will set up, run and help problem solve Tape Wrapping Equipment, Braiding Machines, Extrusion Machines and Specialized Wire Equipment.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Effectively operate cable manufacturing machines and basic mechanical machines Perform machine setups Diagnose and help resolve basic problems with machinery Read and follow work instructions to manufacture quality cable Complete required documentation and traceability logs Complete in-process quality control proceduresJob Requirements High School Diploma, GED or equivalent experience, 1-2 years of Technical school preferred 1-2 years of experience in a manufacturing environment Strong mechanical aptitude Ability to read micrometers and calipers Ability to perform basic math functions (add, subtract, multiply and divide), including working with fractions and decimals. Ability to work with small hand tools Ability to read, write and speak English Experience with computer applications Ability to occasionally lift up to 25 lbs. Ability to stand for up to 8 hours/dayEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Part-Time Assembly Operator Mesa, AZ
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SummaryThe Part-time Specialty Cable Operator produces specialty cables to engineering specifications. Specialty cables are semi-rigid, phase stable, hermitically sealed RF cables that are used for applications in extreme temperatures, both hot and cold. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Welds connectors to cables using a laser welding machine Reads and interprets engineering documents Follows work instructions to produce cable per customer requirements Works with Engineers to problem solve production issues Completes required documentationQualifications/Requirements High School Diploma, GED or equivalent experience Ability to read and interpret engineering drawing and work instructions Ability to read micrometers and calipers Ability to perform basic math functions (add, subtract, multiply and divide), including working with fractions and decimals. Ability to work with effectively with small hand tools Proficiency with computer applications
Part-Time Assembly Operator Mesa, AZ
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SummaryThe Part-time Specialty Cable Operator produces specialty cables to engineering specifications. Specialty cables are semi-rigid, phase stable, hermitically sealed RF cables that are used for applications in extreme temperatures, both hot and cold. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Welds connectors to cables using a laser welding machine Reads and interprets engineering documents Follows work instructions to produce cable per customer requirements Works with Engineers to problem solve production issues Completes required documentationQualifications/Requirements High School Diploma, GED or equivalent experience Ability to read and interpret engineering drawing and work instructions Ability to read micrometers and calipers Ability to perform basic math functions (add, subtract, multiply and divide), including working with fractions and decimals. Ability to work with effectively with small hand tools Proficiency with computer applications
Payroll Specialist Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Payroll Specialist is an experienced professional with responsibility for multiple activities related to Payroll, including necessary reporting, administration and unemployment claims.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Process all aspects of weekly and semi-monthly payroll for 500+ employees, both salaried and hourly Process changes to employees pay, including increases, bonuses, and 401K changes Answer employee questions regarding pay, benefits, etc. Respond to employment verifications, and unemployment claims in a timely manner Maintain general office functions related to HR and Payroll Completes and communicates Wage Executive documents Maintains accurate and up-to-date employee payroll files Update and initiate business registration in other states, as necessary Special projects and other duties as neededQualifications/Requirements Associate or Bachelor's degree preferred, with at least three years' experience working in Payroll/HR Excellent verbal and written communication skills Team player Ability to thrive in a high-stress fast-paced environment Excellent organization, time management, and interpersonal skills Ability to maintain confidentiality Dayforce experience preferredEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Quality Engineer Phoenix, AZ
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SummaryThe Quality Engineer assists the Quality Manager in providing leadership for the Quality Engineering and Inspection functions. The Quality Engineer works closely with Operations, Engineering, Sales and Program Management to identify problems, investigate causes and recommend/implement solutions that improve product quality. This includes maintaining metrics and indicators to identify trends that adversely affect product quality and business performance.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Support and assure compliance with AS9100 and ISO9001 standards. Develop and implement quality control systems. Sustain/develop metrics to monitor and analyze internal and external quality performance. Collaborate with Operations for new product introduction and program launches to ensure customer requirements are met, processes are validated, and inspection plans are developed. Facilitate customer/RMA returns. Work with the Quality Manager to facilitate Root Cause & Corrective Action initiatives using the CAPA (Corrective and Preventive Action) system to track and address customer non-conformance issues. Verify effectiveness of problem resolution by monitoring production performance after corrective action implementation. Interface and work with customers on quality-related matters. Help drive a “root-cause” company culture with respect to problem solving. Work with the TMS Quality Department to develop, implement, and maintain procedures in compliance with industry standards. Develop methodology to identify and help implement process improvements. Help facilitate training systems to ensure proper workforce development and competence.Job Requirements BS Degree in Engineering or related field Minimum 1 year experience working in a Lean Manufacturing environment. 2 years of experience in a Quality role, preferred Experience utilizing Quality tools including: FMEA, Fishbone, 5 Why, 8D, Value Stream Map, Process Flow, etc. Working knowledge of AS9100, OHSAS 18
Test Technician West Palm Beach, FL
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SummaryThe Test Technician will be hands on, supporting production by completing test operations as defined by released engineering. This position will work closely with the Quality and Production team to identify functional problems and develop solutions.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Performing electrical testing for VSWR, Insertion Loss, Phase, Time Delay, Capacitance Performing standard Network Analyzer Calibration as needed Performing In-Process and Final Testing Trouble-shoot production hardware electrical problems Create Test Data sheets Manage Test Data Support Production as needed (Creating Cable Harness Method Sheets, Assemble Harnesses) Qualifications/Requirements High School Diploma or equivalent education Previous work history in electro-mechanical testing and manufacturing (RF and/or microwave experience required) Familiarity with network analyzers Experience in wire/cable harness manufacturing. Experience in aerospace industry a plus