Electronic Assembly Manager

Adecco has partnered with a local leader in optics manufacturing to assist in their search for an Electronics Assembly Manager.

The Assembly Manager will be responsible for all aspects of the Electrical Optical Assembly unit including workflow, costing, equipment, documentation and scheduling. This role with interface with other departments, such as Engineering and Quality, to ensure proper execution of plans and customer needs are being met.

Responsibilites include:
•Communicate any information needed to perform job and field concerns and new ideas.
• Maintain plan for manufacturing area based on schedule requirements, with support from the Master Scheduler and Capacity Planner. Identify any schedule risks and clearly communicate them to your manager, providing details on risks and potential solutions.
• Actively participate in week-to-week and month-to-month scheduling
• Lead Manufacturing area in meeting or exceed schedule requirements. Provide direction and guidance in day-to-day scheduling for all equipment and staffing resources in your area of responsibility.
• Work with QA to define quality requirements, provide direction and support for your team in meeting quality requirements. Regularly monitor and guide team on meeting any quality requirements.
• Ensure that data entry is occurring daily
• Work with team to resolve issues with current jobs, coordinate support where required.
• Identify tooling, fixturing, material or consumable needs required to deliver jobs on schedule and work closely with Manager, Purchasing, and Planning to meet required needs.
• Manage department production capacity and layout, evaluate staffing levels and coordinate adjustments hiring or transfers with manager accordingly
• Review and approve timesheets and time off requests by required deadlines, making adjustments where necessary.
• Provide clear and prompt feedback to Sales / Engineering on quotes for new and recurring jobs, detailing all needs and requirements.
• Interact with Engineering to provide feedback and recommendations. Review prints and clearly communicate challenges and opportunities for improvement.
• Research new equipment and technologies with an eye towards quality improvement and cost reduction
• Lead lean culture and continuous improvement in your area through space and process rearrangements, building moves or new equipment integration.
• Work with ME, Team or Manager to develop and maintain new / existing processes, track, and drive quick completion of any documentation efforts. Guide and monitor any required retraining.

Required Experience:
• Minimum of 10 years of experience in a production environment related to the department or equivalent work experience
• Knowledge of lean manufacturing methodology and its implementation
• Associates Degree or equivalent work experience

Minimum Requirements:
• Solid knowledge of all aspects, concepts and tools related to the department and the required disciplines
• Proficient at reading interpreting blueprints or drawings for both mechanical and optical standards
• Capability of developing and understanding capacity modeling from available data
• Ability to follow detailed instructions, and properly manage available time
• Leadership qualities and a minimum of 2 years’ experience leading others or equivalent experience
• Proficiency with Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Epicor or equivalent MRP/ERP

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