Manufacturing Production Manager

Coordinate the scheduling of people, materials, and equipment to attain daily production goals. Ensure the quality of the products as a top priority. Interact with engineering and quality functions to coordinate and resolve production related issues. Relentlessly drive continuously raising the overall level of performance, productivity and professionalism of the organization through LEAN manufacturing concepts, Six Sigma tools or similar concepts. Perform all personnel functions related to production staff including hiring, training, and performance evaluations.


Workforce planning and forecasting.
Employee hiring and training.
Area layout and flow management.
Capital identification and control of overhead expenses.
Management of budget & financial statements.
Familiar with different repair processes.
Interfaces with Engineering and OEM to resolve any servicing issues as related to company products.
Internal cross-functional involvement with all relative administrative departments.
Ability to analyze data to find root source of product and production problems.
Work with employees to gain suggestions for improvements of products/processes that would enhance the effectiveness/performance of our products.
Promote development, documentation and training of employees on appropriate Standard Operating Procedures.
Ensuring the enforcement of company policies and procedures.
Observes safe working and housekeeping procedures. Promptly corrects and/or reports hazardous situations to Vice President of Operations.
Exhibits desirable and appropriate professional behavior including leadership, sense of urgency, independent judgment, teamwork, ability to get along with others, creative thinking and personal integrity to provide for a cohesive, productive unit dedicated to the achievement of corporate goals.
Other duties as necessary.


Bachelor's degree in Business, Operations Management or a related field (or equivalent) is desired.


Minimum of 5 years of experience as a supervisor or in a position of leadership or management. Experience in an electronics assembly and repair environment preferred.


Excellent communication (written and verbal) and solid interpersonal skills; uses appropriate levels of energy to create enthusiasm.
Ability to lead in a team-based manufacturing environment and make decisions with minimal supervision.
Solid People Management Skills - Goal setting, Delegation, Coaching, Motivating.
Supervisory skills with ability to use good judgment to resolve conflict.
Strong, Flexible, Self-confident leader.
Customer focused.
Bias for Action, Doing, Speed, Results, Execution.
Metrics driven and success oriented (Key Performance Indicators / visibility to performance).
High computer literacy and proficiency with confidence and skill working with Microsoft Office Tools.
Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment with respect to matters of significance.
Ability to demonstrate thinking through independent problem-solving and decision-making methods.
Strong understanding and commitment to continuously raising the overall level of performance, productivity and professionalism of the organization (to include encouragement and promotion with all surrounding team members).

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