Analogic

  • Director of Operations/Analogic Components Technology (ACT)

    Job Locations US-MA-Peabody
    Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(3/19/2019 8:43 AM)
    ID
    2019-1698
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Manufacturing
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Director of Operations is responsible for leading and managing manufacturing operations as well as planning and execution of longer-term strategic development for product build, planning, procurement and service functions for US Analogic Component Technologies (ACT).

    Responsibilities

    • Position is a key role in the senior team responsible for the successful planning, development and establishment of ACT business.
    • Key interface with China and local operations providing ACT optimal International and regional logistics and operational excellence.
    • Directs/owns product delivery, cost and quality. Manages operational efforts of the manufacturing staff, including assembly and test operations and the development of all assembly processes required to provide high-performance, quality products in a timely manner at a competitive cost.
    • Manages company’s assets as it relates to production and planning, flow of materials through procurement cycles, order placement, inventory control and material expediting. Maintains optimum raw material inventory levels to achieve maximum turnover and minimum inventory investment. 
    • Responsible for benchmarking against contract manufacturers.
    • Manage workload balance between sites.
    • Participate in inorganic growth opportunities.
    • Manage Sales & Operations Planning Process for ACT
    • Defines and implements operating goals and objectives, ensures manufacturing schedules supporting customer requirements.
    • Develops short and long-range manufacturing plans to achieve production at lowest cost consistent with quality standards and customer expectations.
    • Drives continuous improvement programs to improve quality and reduce costs and lean initiatives.
    • Manage new product introductions.
    • Lead and influence worldwide site management to achieve FY inventory goals.
    • Execute and manage major process improvement projects
    • Work with team to maintain general Lean best practices (5S audits, visual mgt, etc).

    Qualifications

    • BSEE or BSME or related bachelor’s degree or equivalent plus twelve or more years of operations, quality control, product supply, or product development experience in a high-volume electromechanical manufacturing organization including global and lean manufacturing.

    Competencies:

    • Driving cost reduction through lean initiatives
    • Strong Project Management skills
    • Six Sigma Project Experience
    • Strong Communications and Presentation skills
    • Mastery level experience with ERP systems

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