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Director of Operations - West Coast Amphenol Borisch
SummaryThe Director of Operations provides leadership to the Mesa and Nogales Operations functions including Production, Planning, Purchasing, Machine Shop and Materials/Logistics for the ABT and AGE facilities. The Director of Operations reports to the General Manager and is a member of the Executive Management Team. The Director of Operations is responsible for executing all Mesa and Nogales operational goals with an emphasis on continuous improvement, cost reductions and improving customer service levels.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Manage and provide leadership to Operations, Purchasing, Planning and Materials at each facility. Develop a strong and effective Operations team. Provide positive and objective coaching/mentorship of team members. Implement an optimal organizational structure to grow and support the business. Ensure that reporting departments have appropriate resources and are managed to fulfill responsibilities. Focus on results; coordinate and drive all locations to achieve monthly revenue budget. Deliver on targets for key performance metrics including quality, productivity, cost and delivery. Promote and drive compliance to all standard operating procedures. Drive superior customer service (on-time delivery and responsiveness). Develop a robust company supply chain and optimize the Approved Vendor List (AVL). Promote a culture of continuous improvement through the application of lean manufacturing, Six-Sigma and other appropriate techniques. Support environmental, health and safety philosophies and processes that reduce workplace injuries and environmental impact. Plan for and recommend necessary resources to ensure success, including capital equipment, trained employees, appropriate facilities, effective infrastructure and materials. Emphasize and reinforce ABT/AGE Core Values, EHS/Quality policies and Safety procedures.Job RequirementsBachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Business, Manufacturing or related discipline; MBA preferredM
Manufacturing Engineer Amphenol Borisch
The Manufacturing Engineer II is responsible to develop and drive quality-driven manufacturing systems, processes and equipment for the production of new and existing harness and cable assemblies.Essential Duties and Responsibilities· Develops processes for the efficient production of harness systems.· Creates and maintains work instruction to optimize manufacturability· Problem solves and recommends solutions for internal production issues and customer design issues· Assist with engineering efforts to implement new products into production· Designs and implements tools and fixtures required for effective manufacturing· Investigates, recommends, justifies and implements new equipment purchases· Assists with process and documentation changes as required by internal and customer-driven engineering changes· Interprets drawing packages and internal BOMS, and audits for accuracy· Provides expert technical support to production teams· Supports purchasing, quality, test and production departments to ensure product integrity is maintained· Performs other tasks as assigned by ManagerJob Requirements· BS in Engineering or related field· Minimum 2 years Manufacturing Engineering experience· Strong written and verbal communication skills· Excellent organizational skills· Excellent computer skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications· Experience with Lean manufacturing· Ability to occasionally lift up to 50 pounds
Test Technician Amphenol Borisch
The Test Technician is responsible for testing and troubleshooting electronic assemblies such as wire harnesses, circuit boards and unit assemblies. Essential Duties and Responsibilities· Uses basic knowledge of electricity, electronic components and circuit concepts to perform tests on harnesses, circuit cards and assembled units. · Employs strong logical troubleshooting skills to troubleshoot assemblies and final systems to the component level.· Utilizes basic test equipment including, but not limited to, power supplies, DMMs, oscilloscopes, function generators, to test and troubleshoot assemblies.· Analyzes and corrects field returns or unusual test problems.· Provides technical reports summarizing findings and recommending solutions to resolve problems.· Performs preventative maintenance and calibration of equipment and systems.· Completes documentation including travelers, defect recording, CRNs, etc· Provides technical support for other departments, working to identify needs and determine solutions to problems.· Performs other tasks as directedJob Requirement· High School Diploma/GED· Associates degree in electronics or equivalent experience· 2+ years work experience in electronics, testing and troubleshooting circuit card assemblies, preferred· Proficiency with Microsoft Office software· Ability to work flexible hours/shifts and overtime