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Business Development Manager Grand Rapids, MI
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The Business Development Manageris responsible for increasing sales by driving opportunity pipelines and pursuing higher value-add solutions with new and existing Amphenol Borisch Technologies’ (ABT) customers.Essential Duties and Responsibilities· Coordinate activities with the Amphenol Sales team to ensure adequate representation and lead generation· Market the company products and capabilities to diversify and expand the customer base· Research the defense and aerospace market conditions to determine potential business opportunities· Develop and execute targeted marketing plans and key account penetration strategies· Effectively deliver proposals and inform customers of Amphenol’s value add capabilities and services· Negotiate long-term agreements to solidify Amphenol’s position with key customers/programs· Work with Engineering to drive new product and capabilities· Understand Customer business objectives and match ABT capabilities to effectively communicate our value-proposition· Review and approve all pricing submitted to customers. Ensure accuracy, challenge assumptions and confirm strategic alignment· Develop bookings and sales forecasts based on current contracts and future opportunities· Prioritize business opportunities for appropriate internal focus· Serve as a customer service escalation point for issues requiring higher attention or visibility· Ensure all communication with customers is professional and reinforces Amphenol’s strong reputation· Develop, deliver, and maintain marketing and sales material· Participate in program launches and reviews to ensure customers’ requirements are met· Facilitate effective hand-off of relevant information from bid to contract performance phase· Gather and analyze market information to understand the competitive landscape· Visit customers on a regular basis to fa
Part Time Electronics Assemblers - Hiring All Shifts! Grand Rapids, MI
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Quality Engineer Grand Rapids, MI
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The Quality Engineer is responsible to ensure customer requirements are planned and implemented during the purchasing, inspection, and launching of products. The Quality Engineer works closely with Programs, Operations, and Engineering to identify problems, investigate causes and recommend/implement solutions that improve product quality and production efficiency. The Quality Engineer focuses on identifying trends that adversely affect the quality of products, driving timely and sustainable improvements through the effective application of problem solving methodologies and tools.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Quality Requirements Uses high level competency of industry specifications (IPC, J-STD, AS, ISO, Mil-STD, etc.) and practices to flow customer contractual requirements to all departments. Supports internal QMS efficiency and ensures compliance with AS and ISO standards. Process Validation Participates in new product introductions and validates processes through Quality Assurance Control. Identifies control methods for manufacturing processes by performing and updating FMEAs. Issue Identification Participates with core teams using structured process improvement methodology to identify opportunities for improvement by monitoring key performance metrics. Using statistical methods, identify and monitor critical manufacturing processes, raising the alarm when necessary and implementing solutions and countermeasures to ensure consistent production of quality products. Problem Solving Utilizes problems solving methodologies to determine root causes of problems and implement effective and sustainable solutions. Participates as an essential member of the Corrective Action team. Consistently uses the Corrective Action Request (CAR) process to address and solve issues. Verifies effectiveness of problem resolution by monitoring production performance after solution implementation. Development Gains and maintains professional and technical expertise by att
Source Inspector Grand Rapids, MI
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We have an internal job opening for a Source Inspector. The Source Inspector is responsible to ensure inspected products meet applicable contract, drawings, specifications, and written requirements per inspection instructions.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Performs final visual and dimensional inspections of products in a timely manner Dispositions product according to written procedures and work instructions Evaluates product issues and works to resolve them Maintains documentation of quality issues and accurate records for continuous improvement Any other task assigned by supervisorQualifications/Requirements High School Diploma or GED Minimum 1 year CCA and Cable assembly experience IPC-A-610 Certified Proficient in Microsoft Office programs Ability to lift up to 40 pounds, occasionally Willing to work additional hours when required IPC-A-620 Certified, a plus