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Applications Engineer Wallingford, CT
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Times Microwave Systems is currently recruiting an Applications Engineer: Support customers both internal and external with product recommendations, custom product solutions and key account program management.RESPONSIBILITIES Provide Technical Support to Field/Inside Sales, 3rd Party Sales Representatives and directly to Customers. Travel as required. Work with the Product and Engineering teams to Design and Develop custom products and solutions. Define specifications, product attributes and develop prototypes. Manage development projects for Key Accounts & product management. This includes coordinating with Sales and Customer Service, Engineering, Operations and Quality teams. Work with Sales and Marketing to develop sales tools including marketing materials and promotional programs, plus training of the sales force and distribution channels. Develop business opportunities together with Sales – particularly for new products at targeted major accounts. Take charge and lead in addressing problems, opportunities and other “hot spots” in a quick, decisive and effective manner. Conduct and facilitate regular customer meetings – traveling to customer sites as needed. EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS BS in Engineering or similar technical discipline Commercial business experience a plus 3-5 years’ experience in Electro-Mechanical Design/Manufacturing environment desired Experience with RF interconnect products, coaxial cable &/or related products preferredSKILLS AND ABILITY EXPECTATIONS Familiarity with RF Interconnect products, coaxial cables &/or related products. Familiarity with specification/blueprint reading, materials and process specifications. Highly motivated, self-starting personality with desire to directly impact the success of the company Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Effective Communication and excellent Presentation skills.
Braider Mechanic Wallingford, CT
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities Perform all required duties to maintain departmental braiding and related equipment in proper mechanical condition; maintain approved levels of repair parts and supplies following established practices. Perform routine preventive maintenance operations on all sizes of departmental braiding equipment and auxiliary winding units.  Lubricate, make routine adjustments and perform other duties to assure continued operation. Work form instructions, operator requests and other authorizations to diagnose faulty operation resulting in incorrect braiding or continued stoppage.  Make temporary repairs or replacements as possible to permit continued operation.  Tear down machines, determine extent of trouble, repair damaged mechanisms or replace worn or defective parts; reassembly and adjust for proper operation.  Use hand and small power tools to perform fitting, grinding, filing, scraping and other operations required in reassemble and adjustment of units. Make machine changeovers or alterations for special braiding requirements; setup machines as necessary to assure correct operation where machine modifications are involved. Maintain approved levels of repair parts and supplies for all braiding and related units.  Initiate requests for resupply or special parts needed.  Confer with supervision as to machining requirements or other outside assistance needed in special cases. Work involves a wide range of hand and bench operations requiring skill and a thorough knowledge of braiding equipment and related units to diagnose and remedy troubles quickly, and where the understanding of gearing, fits and adjustments is necessary to insure satisfactory performance on the job. Detect and report defective material, faulty operation and unusual conditions to proper supervision. Maintain work and storage areas in a clean and orderly condition.  Follow environmental, health and safety regulations.Qualifications/Requirements High School diploma or GED
Braider Mechanic Wallingford, CT
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities Perform all required duties to maintain departmental braiding and related equipment in proper mechanical condition; maintain approved levels of repair parts and supplies following established practices. Perform routine preventive maintenance operations on all sizes of departmental braiding equipment and auxiliary winding units.  Lubricate, make routine adjustments and perform other duties to assure continued operation. Work form instructions, operator requests and other authorizations to diagnose faulty operation resulting in incorrect braiding or continued stoppage.  Make temporary repairs or replacements as possible to permit continued operation.  Tear down machines, determine extent of trouble, repair damaged mechanisms or replace worn or defective parts; reassembly and adjust for proper operation.  Use hand and small power tools to perform fitting, grinding, filing, scraping and other operations required in reassemble and adjustment of units. Make machine changeovers or alterations for special braiding requirements; setup machines as necessary to assure correct operation where machine modifications are involved. Maintain approved levels of repair parts and supplies for all braiding and related units.  Initiate requests for resupply or special parts needed.  Confer with supervision as to machining requirements or other outside assistance needed in special cases. Work involves a wide range of hand and bench operations requiring skill and a thorough knowledge of braiding equipment and related units to diagnose and remedy troubles quickly, and where the understanding of gearing, fits and adjustments is necessary to insure satisfactory performance on the job. Detect and report defective material, faulty operation and unusual conditions to proper supervision. Maintain work and storage areas in a clean and orderly condition.  Follow environmental, health and safety regulations.Qualifications/Requirements High School diploma or GED
Cable Assembler Wallingford, CT
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SummaryQualified candidates for this position will have experience with electrical assemblies, soldering, or cable assemblies.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Prepares work to be accomplished by following assembly instructions, blueprint specifications, and required parts; gathering parts, tools, and materials. Assembles components by examining connections for correct fit; fastening parts and subassemblies. Verifies specifications by measuring completed assemblies. Resolves assembly problems by altering dimensions to meet specifications. Keeps equipment operational by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer's instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repairs. Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.Qualifications/Requirements Minimum 2-year degree or equivalent work experience. Highly organized. Able to communicate effectively. Experience working in a manufacturing environment a plus.
Cable Maker Wallingford, CT
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities Perform a wide range of cable manufacturing operations to construct cable following established methods, procedures or instructions. Work from shop orders and other instructions to set-up and operate simultaneously; taping equipment, respooling equipment and braiding machines as directed.  Make all necessary adjustments to obtain and maintain proper lay tension and other factors to assure compliance with finish specifications. Remain alert performing all needed adjustments to insure all operations such as wrapping and braiding result in compliance with specifications.  Perform other departmental operations as assigned. Detect and report defective material, faulty operation and unusual conditions to proper supervision.  Maintain work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition.  Follow environmental, health and safety regulations.Qualifications/Requirements High School diploma or GED. 2 years relevant experience. Ability to comprehend parts/operator manuals/instructions. Solid troubleshooting ability.
Calibration Technician Wallingford, CT
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SummaryQualified candidates for this position will have experience maintaining metrics, analyzing information and summarizing indicators to identify trends that adversely affect product quality and business performance.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Oversee and communicate with departments on Non-Conformance / Corrective Action status.  Lead and organize MRB (Material Review Board) activities. Organize Corrective Action Review meetings, works with personnel to advance quality and efficiencies in manufacturing processes and to document responsibilities and progress updates. Prepare performance metrics and quality documentation and reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing information and trends including product, processes and corrective actions. Track, respond, organize, and control of customer and internal non-conformances and report company performance metrics to management. Assist document control department for maintaining document revision levels and release of new and revised company procedures, training forms and other documents for maintain document revision level configurations. Perform required duties to check and calibrate a variety of precision mechanical and electrical measuring devices, instruments, gauges while maintaining required calibration frequency, schedules, and records. Maintain records efficiently and accurately in time sensitive situations.Qualifications/Requirements Bachelor’s degree (Associates degree may be permitted based on experience) with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) background desired. Superior business analytic skills. Root Cause Analysis experience. Desired process control experience in a manufacturing environment with organizational abilities and a keen attention to detail. Proficient working with Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Understanding of QMS requirements for compliance with AS9100 QMS, aerospace, defense, regulatory and customer specifications. Mechanical and/or electrical exp
EHS Manager Wallingford, CT
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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
ERP Developer Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe ERP Developer will contribute to the profitability of Times Microwave Systems by providing consultancy, technical support, and business solution implementation to Oracle users/customers to assure the highest level of customer satisfaction.  Qualified candidates should have the ability to understand Order Management, Supply Chain, Financial (AR/AP/GL) and Manufacturing business processes in relation to the Oracle 11i application.  Essential Duties and Responsibilities Deliver support and technical services to application products customers Develop and deliver proactive services for users/customers including design reviews, defining architectural alternatives, and product release planning Research and address technical problems and enquiries from customers Provide support, when required, to users/customer situations where complex problem diagnoses, analysis and resolution require special situation management Assist users/customers to maximize the stability, availability and performance of their critical business systems Design and formulate technical solutions with business team Ensure readiness for new products/features released to production instance Liaise closely with business users to ensure a close fit exists between business needs and technical solutionsQualifications/Requirements Good Understanding of Oracle E-Business Suite Architecture, physical data structures and their usage  Knowledge in EBS modules (financials, supply chain, manufacturing, order management, etc.)             Working experience in Oracle Forms (Personalizations), Oracle Reports, XML Publisher reports, Oracle Workflow, Discoverer, Oracle RDBMS, and Workflow Builder Customization skills on PL/SQL forms, reports, interfaces, conversions, migrations, extensions, OAF, with good team development practice and good coding standard Experience utilizing tools such as BI Publisher, SQL Developer, and TOAD Knowledge of associated Oracle technologies e.g. Apache, Concurrent Managers, Workf
Internal Controls Specialist Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Internal Controls Specialist will contribute to the success of Times Microwave through development of a robust internal controls environment with a specific focus on manufacturing controls inclusive of inventory movement transactions.  Qualified candidates will continue standardization of ASC606 procedures and enhance/develop policies and procedures covering all financial/manufacturing processes.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Management, oversight, and development of key internal controls processes and measurement of each control to ensure successful application Assist internal/external audit with completion of all audit requests and ensure timely response to any open actions and/or findings Prepare and present updates to Sr. Management including management control remediation plans Develop processes and policies for reporting findings Work directly with IT leadership to develop and/or enhance system level controls Collaborate with management team in development of action plans to assess the adequacy of action taken to correct reporting deficient conditions, accepting adequate corrective action and continuing reviews with appropriate management on action considered inadequate until satisfactory resolution.Qualifications/Requirements Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or relevant field 3-5 years relevant work experience in internal controls, or audit specifically in manufacturing environment Experience in managing complex internal audits/and or operational risk assessments Proven ability to develop and manage control procedures Ability to document and verbally communicate financial reporting processes in a clear and concise manner, including assessment of design and operating effectiveness of controls Communication skills to educate division on foundational elements needed to support robust internal control framework Proven ability to develop process improvements and influence change cross functionally
Manufacturing Engineer Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Manufacturing Engineer supports the Production Department by resolving issues related to components, equipment and processes used in the manufacture of RF coaxial cable assemblies. The Manufacturing Engineer will work in concert with Production and Operations to assure efficient manufacturing of products to meet Customer scheduling and quality requirements.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Creating/maintaining/reviewing/improving/troubleshooting of documentation related to manufacturing and testing of RF coaxial cable assemblies Conducting feasibility study to estimate product cost and analyze capital equipment, capacity, and capability requirements Identifying root cause of mechanical and electrical failures on the production floor Implementation of process improvements to correct manufacturing inefficiencies and failures Provide analysis and solutions to complex material screening and sorting issues Design/develop tooling and fixtures to support production needs Provide training/qualification/validation for processes and equipment as required Ensure compliance with internal standards, processes, and proceduresQualifications/Requirements Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering Experience in the manufacturing of raw RF cable or cable assemblies Excellent problem-solving skills Experienced with control procedures, such as the Change Management System, Nonconformance Reports, Engineering Specifications, Takt time/rate, Corrective & Preventive Action (CAPA), and Work Instructions Proficient with Microsoft Office applications Proficient with PNA test equipment Experience reading and understanding drawings and specifications Proficient with SolidWorks Experience with resistance soldering equipment Knowledge in Lean Principles and/or Six Sigma or other problem-solving methodology Experience with Clean Room manufacturing requirements
Quality Technician Wallingford, CT
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SummaryQualified candidates for this position will have experience maintaining metrics, analyzing information and summarizing indicators to identify trends that adversely affect product quality and business performance.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Oversee and communicate with departments on Non-Conformance / Corrective Action status.  Lead and organize MRB (Material Review Board) activities. Organize Corrective Action Review meetings, works with personnel to advance quality and efficiencies in manufacturing processes and to document responsibilities and progress updates. Prepare performance metrics and quality documentation and reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing information and trends including product, processes and corrective actions. Track, respond, organize, and control of customer and internal non-conformances and report company performance metrics to management. Assist document control department for maintaining document revision levels and release of new and revised company procedures, training forms and other documents for maintain document revision level configurations. Perform required duties to check and calibrate a variety of precision mechanical and electrical measuring devices, instruments, gauges while maintaining required calibration frequency, schedules, and records. Maintain records efficiently and accurately in time sensitive situations.Qualifications/Requirements Bachelor’s degree (Associates degree may be permitted based on experience) with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) background desired. Superior business analytic skills. Root Cause Analysis experience. Desired process control experience in a manufacturing environment with organizational abilities and a keen attention to detail. Proficient working with Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Understanding of QMS requirements for compliance with AS9100 QMS, aerospace, defense, regulatory and customer specifications. Mechanical and/or electrical exp
Shipper - Receiver Wallingford, CT
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities Perform all required duties to receive, store, ship and issue a wide variety of manufacturing and other materials, parts and supplies following established methods and procedures: maintain simple records as directed. Receive incoming raw, semi-finished and finished materials, parts and supplies from carriers.  Check items for apparent damages and compliance with packing and/or shipping lists as to count, weight, type and other pertinent specifications.  Sign for correct shipment; refer shortages, damages and other unusual matters to superior for instructions or action.  Match packing and shipping lists and documents with file copy(ies) of Purchase Order. Work from written and/or verbal orders or instructions to locate and accumulate required type and quantities of wire and/or cable to fill customer orders or other authorizations.  Rewind finished cables and wires for order filling; wind from single reel to multiple reels to make up specified lengths as directed.  Wrap, pack, palletize, strap or otherwise prepare and protect reels for shipment following established procedures or specific instructions issued by customer and /company.  Obtain required stencils, apply specified markings and identifications to reels, packing or other area; attach tags, labels and other items, and perform other duties required to properly protect and prepare material for shipment. Wrap and pre-pack standard wires and cables following established practices and methods.  Store standard tocks in designated locations. Move, or direct the movement of materials and items to inspection or proper using departments or storage areas; operate fork lift truck and use other material handling aids as necessary to lift, transport and stack materials, load and unload carriers. Work from approved requisitions or other authorization to locate and issue materials and other supplies and items from storage areas; transport to using area as necessary. Detect and report da