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EHS Manager Wallingford, CT
SummaryThe Environmental, Health and Safety Manager promotes a safe and healthy working environment for Times Microwave Systems. The EHS Manager is based in the Wallingford, CT headquarters but will coordinate activities and align practices with the other US facilities (Mesa, AZ and West Palm Beach, FL) to ensure continued improvement of the company EHS systems.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Uphold and improve safety policies and procedures to meet regulatory requirements and ensure a safe work environment for all team members Maintain expertise on interpreting federal, state and local EHS regulations at each facility Lead EHS audits and inspections at each facility to detect existing or potential safety hazards Facilitate the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) program at each facility Ensure availability of PPE and other safety materials Manage and maintain the Safety Data Sheet system Review and implement safe and ergonomic work stations Lead the company EHS Committee Develop and manage key metrics related to EHS performance including Leading Indicators Establish strong relationships with leadership to ensure EHS is considered in all business aspects Interface with regulatory and public sector EHS agencies and authorities as appropriate Oversee and assist plant leadership during facility restructuring projects/major process changes to verify that environmental permits are obtained at the facility prior to the installation or modification of equipment/process change Work with leadership team to develop EHS audit program requirements and facilitate EHS audits to support compliance certification as required Implement incident reporting and investigation processes Participate in and follow-up on the investigation of work-related injuries/illnesses, on-the-job accidents, or near misses as required Develop and manage training to include: General safety awareness, machine guarding, hand and power tool safety, ladder safety, LOTO, forklift, etc. Develop EHS Manual and New
Manufacturing Technician Wallingford, CT
SummaryThe Manufacturing Technician will support cable assembly manufacturing.  This position is to work in a manufacturing engineering environment producing high performance coaxial cable assembly prototypes for military and aerospace applications. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Manufacture prototype cable assemblies. Verify assembly procedures and recommend changes to engineering if required Process returned assemblies, verify complaint and work with Engineering and Quality Assurance to resolve problem Support manufacturing efforts regarding product performance and test issues Read work orders and manufacturing process instructions, follow production drawings and assembly instruction sheets, and/or receives verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed Assist in creating and/or updating work instructions and test procedures Confer with technical personnel and department supervisors to report and resolve technical, assembly problems, and report unresolved problems Repair broken or damaged cable assemblies Train operators on assembly techniques Troubleshoot product failures Work jointly with Manufacturing Engineering and Operations on developing tools, fixtures, and equipment to improve product quality and process efficiency Ability to perform minor machining work for fixture/tooling development Knowledge of facility layout and equipment installationQualifications/Requirements “Mission” oriented; an individual with strong desire to persevere so that a project is accomplished regardless of obstacles Ability to work independently as well as part of a team “Hands on” self-starter with enthusiastic attitude and well-developed work ethic Mechanical aptitude with a firm and solid comprehension of electrical characteristics Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, assembly, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals Ability to write routine reports and correspondence Excellent verbal communication skills Understanding
Production Assistant Wallingford, CT
SummaryQualified candidates for this position will have experience in Manufacturing with work order management – transacting reports, maintaining appropriate inventory levels for production lines, and assisting with manual inventory counts.Essential Duties and Responsibilities         Transact daily production reports, product transfers, and material transfers within MRP system         Cycle count work orders to maintain accuracy         Collect and maintain production reports         Assist Supervisors with productions jobs in process         Enter scrap from various reports         Work directly with Sales regarding new and existing orders         Run reports through Oracle to monitor material inventories        Utilization of MRP systems to obtain, monitor and order materials as needed        Ability to move about the plant to count inventory and adjust the system accordingly to maintain accuracy        Order materials for upcoming jobs, as well as help expedite jobs needed daily        All other duties from either written or verbally given from supervisorQualifications/Requirements        Two- or Four-year Technical Degree preferred but not required        Minimum of 5 years in a Manufacturing Environment        MRP experience, preferably Oracle
Quality Engineer - Cable Wallingford, CT
SummaryThe cable quality engineer will be the go-to problem solver for quality issues on the production floor. Activities will include writing/modifying test programs, root cause analysis, product containment, and any other action that protects the integrity of our products and services. This position will work closely with machine operators, electrical testers, manufacturing engineering, and shift supervisors. In addition to problem solving activities for quality, this position will be supporting continuous improvement activities focusing on reducing COPQ. An ideal candidate for this position has experience in electrical engineering, experience with lean & Six Sigma tools and methodologies, and is excited by the idea of identifying and solving problems.Duties and Responsibilities Facilitate root cause analysis and corrective action projects Diagnose failure modes using various methods of detection and analysis Writes test procedures and evaluates the ability of products to meet performance standards and specifications Collect Test Data and generate recommendations for improvement Ability to Analyze data for trends, causal factors and corrective action Ability to provide First Pass Yield and Root Cause data Communicate clearly with manufacturing, program management, and the design engineer team as required Interact with technical management, other professionals, technicians and support personnel to coordinate, recommend and confer regarding technical activities and progress Evaluate supplier components, subsystems, and services for compliance to customer specifications Create new software programs for new products Debugs test hardware and softwareQualifications/Requirements Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience - minimum 2 years Quality experience Experience in electro-mechanical testing and manufacturing (RF and/or microwave experience preferred) Intermediate level of knowledge with Microsoft Office Excel (create complex tables and ability to use/modify exist