Plans, implements, coordinates and manages all mechanical operations, maintenance, communications, energy management, and manpower development programs for a facility, campus or portfolio of buildings.
Manages unit staffing and performance management; coordinates resources and work load to achieve objectives and strategies; provides consultative expertise regarding policy and/or regulatory questions to investigators and support staff.
The Production Manager is responsible for managing a circuit board assembly line featuring a new Panasonic SMT line, a legacy Yamaha SMT line, automatic optical inspection, wave solder, hand solder, aqueous cleaning, conformal coating and functional test.
Responsible for all AIPC Manufacturing, including all shifts; directly supervise exempt, non-exempt and indirect hourly personnel. Strong understanding of Lean principals and experience in startup of manufacturing facilities.
This mainly consists of fielding calls from their sales people and recruiters that have general business questions and negotiating client services agreements. This requires excellent communication and negotiating skills as the manager will often be dealing with high level individuals at the client. The ability to multi-task is critical in this role as many short-term projects are funneled down to the SR MOS.
This position requires experience in managing the manufacturing process including process improvement, process strategy, direct and indirect production workforce oversight and potentially meeting with clients to assist with technical capabilities and solutions.
Be responsible for compliance and knowledge with Federal Department of Transportation regulations and other safety standards. Maintain fleet in a safe manner in accordance with company and governmental standards.
The Program Manager will oversee a growing Biorepository Program which serves as the research core lab for investigators and multi-center clinical trial groups with national/international participation.