This position will be responsible for the overall supervision of the operations team including assembly, wiring, and testing at the Lawrenceville, GA facility as well as have direct responsibility for the shipping, receiving, and materials personnel. This leadership role is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of the facility, which include the project schedule, priorities, and monthly delivery forecast in order to meet customer shipment deadlines andachieve full resource utilization. This individual is responsible for analyzing and evaluating the most cost effective strategies to utilize resources and ensure customer deadlines are met as well asmakingrecommendations for continuous process improvements. This individual is responsible for quality objectives in accordance with RA, ISO, and customer-specific workmanship practices, while analyzing quality issues to formulate an action plan that helps continuously improve quality. This individual will be responsible for applying policies and procedures related to performance management, business ethics, and Environmental Health and Safety, along with setting all the day-to-day priorities. This leader is responsible for training, coaching, and the development of all team members. In addition, this individual is responsible for team resource planning such as assigning direct reports to projects, assessing staffing levels and utilization in addition toperformance management and hiring of the employees within that department.
- Identifies measurable key performance indicators (KPI), meets KPI targets, and seeks continual improvement within the team.
- Provides training and coaching to team members on processes, procedures, and technical instructions and ensures to be in compliance.
- Uses databases and spreadsheets to control inventory and project material, timekeeping and quality processes.
- Works with the Operations Manager on maintaining department expense budgets in accordance with planned workload.
- Utilizes technical skills of the team to maximize efficiency and thorough completion of hardware assembly, test, warehouse, materials, and inventory assignments.
- Reviews resources and project load to ensure resources are fully utilized while leveraging third party panel shops and other local solutions center facilities in order to be cost effective and competitive while meeting customer shipment deadlines.
- May assist with preparing and/or validating labor estimates and monitor progress towards achieving budgeted goals.
- Works with the Operations Manager and Regional Operations Program Manager to provide input and execute continuous improvement tasks in production, test, and material control processes to increase quality, efficiency, and safety.
- Minimum of 3 years experience in management (with direct reports) in a fast paced manufacturing operations environment where successful multi-tasking is required.
- Requires a four year Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Business, or other technical degree
- Requires 3-5 years experience in the following:
- Experience in manufacturing management of: facilities, material controls and/or purchasing
- Previous experience with project management and project execution
- Previous experience with Microsoft Office- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access
- Overtime is often required to meet customer commitments.
- Rockwell Automation will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
- Previous Industrial Engineering experience in an electrical assembly environment
- Automation Solutions and Field Engineering experience would be helpful.
- Familiar with project engineering processes and methodologies.
- IFS training is preferred.
- SAP experience is preferred.
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Lawrenceville - Georgia
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