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Government Accounting Analyst APC - Nashua NH
This is a critical position within the Cost Accounting Team. Primary responsibilities include the development and preparation of Overhead, SG&A, and Material Burden rates. Will analyze cost and Commercial Item Determinations (CID), as well as provide material support documentation and cost of labor, in support of proposal submissions to U.S. defense contractors.Duties/Responsibilities:· Supports fact-finding exercises as needed to review basis of price/cost trends and development of key cost performance indicator metrics.· Will be the main point of contact during Customer audits for Cost and Pricing Data.· Ensure certified cost and pricing (C&P) data submitted to Customers is sufficient for the determination of fair and reasonable prices.· Analyst will review, comprehensively, all elements of cost including direct labor, material, and indirect costs to ensure compliance with FAR, DFARS, GAP and Amphenol procedures.· Supports TINA Cost/Price analysis when required.· Works with Engineering and Operations to develop estimated labor hours for new jobs, utilizing history as a guide when applicable.· Works with Purchasing to review Bill of Material to determine purchased parts to quote and assessment of quotes when received from vendors.· Works with Engineering in understanding drawings (or sketches) on new assemblies to determine cost drivers that require estimating and most efficient/expeditious way to develop those estimates.· Uses industry techniques and practices to establish fair and reasonable pricing positions, best value determinations and economic order strategies.· Utilizes expertise of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation (DFAR) supplements, with a strong working knowledge of FAR Part 15.· Develops costs in accordance with FAR while taking into account differing acceptable methodologies.· Utilizes analytical, verbal and wr
IT Manager/ERP Specialist APC - Nashua NH
The IT Manager/ERP Specialist position is responsible for performing business systems analysis assignments by formulating logical statements of business problems or needs and devises procedures for resolving the requirement or problem, utilizing computing or related electronic systems. Maintains, analyses, supports and customizes the ERP to meet growing business needs in a fast-paced environment as well as other support systems. Confers with managerial personnel, and engineers concerned to define the business problem or requirement(s). Analyzes existing system logic and revises/modifies same, as necessary, to provide more efficient business operations and/or flows. Exercises independent judgment and discretion utilizing broad knowledge of computer analytical techniques. Supports business systems group in an IT Specialist Functions capacity. Will need to manage other business system employees.Duties/Responsibilities:· Works with most business areas, while applying technical consultation of various Information Systems technicians.· Oversee all SQL production databases.· Serves as the primary in-house resource supporting and troubleshooting our SQL databases, evaluating and responding to performance logs and alerts.· Responsibility for planning, organizing, scheduling and design approval and flows through each phase of a project.· Conducts briefings and design review meetings. · Interfaces with required customers vendors or service personnel as required in supporting the assigned projects.· Interfaces with key department members to ensure business process is being followed to allow for accurate data flow· Responsible for assuring that all documentation for a project is properly prepared.· Responsible for assuring that all training is provided to customer or supplier personnel as required by the new or changed system.· Directly acts as customer/supplier interface when necessary to affect a homogenous
Supplier Quality Engineer APC - Nashua NH
This position is responsible for managing the technical relationship with the supplier resulting in a reliable material supply.Duties/Responsibilities:· Follow all short sheets, standard operating procedures and Amphenol’s company safety regulations. · Responsible for managing the technical relationship with the supplier resulting in a reliable material supply.· Resolve technical issues at the supplier to eliminate critical part shortages.· Resolve supplier discrepant material issues.· Assist and direct suppliers in attaining “ship-to-stock” status.· Collect and analyze quality data related to components received from outside suppliers.· Contribute to the SCM team to evaluate supplier performance, sourcing strategies and develop supplier partners.· Initiate and monitor supplier corrective actions when necessary.· Responsible for developing new suppliers.· Responsible for auditing new and existing suppliers.· Travel is required.· Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned. Requirements:· Bachelor's degree or two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferably in Engineering discipline.· Ability to read and interpret prints; drawings and specifications.· Must be proficient with MS Office-Word, Excel and Outlook. · Must have excellent interpersonal, communication and organization skills.· PWB fabrication experience and knowledge is required.· U.S Citizen required to support government contracts and programs. Amphenol offers a competitive salary and benefits. The candidate must be able to legally work in the United States; we are unable to provide sponsorship.Position requires candidate to be a U.S. person as defined in ITAR, 22 CFR 120.15 (U.S. Citizenship or Resident Alien Status) and defined by 8 U.S.C. 1101(a) (20). Amphenol is
Wet Lab Technician - 2nd Shift APC - Nashua NH
WET LAB TECHNICIAN – SECOND SHIFTDuties/Responsibilities:· Conduct analytical checks of Penc1, Penc2, Gold Lines, Strip and Etch.· Generate adds based off of analytical checks.· Generate weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly PM packages.· Maintain, clean or sterilize laboratory instruments or equipment.· Order and inventory materials to maintain supplies.· Set up and conduct chemical experiments, tests and analyses, using techniques such as chromatography, spectroscopy, physical or chemical separation techniques or microscopy.· Monitor product quality to ensure compliance with standards and specifications.· Prepare chemical solutions for products or processes following standardized formulas or create experimental formulas.· Provide and maintain a safe work environment by participating in safety programs, committees or teams by conducting laboratory or plant safety audits.· Provide technical support or assistance to engineers.· Compile and interpret results of tests and analyses.· Write technical reports or prepare graphs or charts to document experimental results.· This position may require overtime for coverage on alternate shifts and weekends. · Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.Requirements:· High school diploma or equivalent.· Attention to detail. Job requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks.· Knowledge of the chemical composition, structure, and properties of substances and of the chemical processes and transformations that they undergo. This includes uses of chemicals and their interactions, danger signs, production techniques, and disposal methods.· Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their applications.· Communicate effectively both written and orally.· Knowledge of computer applications such as Microsoft O