$200K — $250K *
Reporting to the Raytheon Technologies Western Region Operations and Depot Director, the Senior Manager of Operations at Raytheon Vision Systems will be responsible for the overall leadership of the Vision Systems Manufacturing Center (VSMC) organization. The position serves as a member of the RVS Leadership Team and will require both strategic and tactical focus in crafting scale-up approaches to meet RVS increasing volume as well as representing VSMC factory execution and performance to RI&S leadership. The successful candidate will lead a large, highly energetic and technically astute team of ~215 engineers, technicians, and managers that are responsible for the manufacturing, packaging, architecture and product solutions for state-of- the-art detection and imaging products, representing disciplines including: Manufacturing Operations, Manufacturing Engineering, Process Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Systems, Product Management, Master Scheduling & Planning, and Production Control. Additionally, this position will have shared leadership of the Facilities and Information Technology functions for Raytheon Vision Systems. This position will interface both internally and externally with customers, establish and build relationships with strategic partners, and provide guidance and leadership that is crucial for growth and future success of RVS.
Manage and lead an organization that accounts annually for >$70M in direct labor sales, and >$15M in discretionary capital, facilities, and overhead budget.
Provide strategic direction and hands-on leadership for all disciplines in the manufacturing center.
Partner with all functional organizations at Raytheon Vision Systems to meet site AOP requirements for product quality, cost and delivery schedules. Work with supply chain and design engineering functions to drive manufacturability and on time materials receipt.
Provide leadership regarding customer requirements, communications and resolution of issues.
Lead the development and optimization of advanced processes for packaging and assembly of new products during prototype builds and transition to production. Enable the volume scaling of products through appropriate allocation of process improvement and capital funding.
Provide oversight and assessments of program recurring and non-recurring costs in the form of bid reviews and Estimates at Complete (EACs).
Maintain formal capacity planning process and capacity models.
Operate with minimal oversight, have excellent communications and customer relations skills, as well as work collaboratively in very diverse teams and in a time critical environment.
Improve the operational and manufacturing systems, processes and policies in support of organizations goals and strategic growth.
Identify and lead large scale initiatives for continuous improvement (such as lean Six Sigma, yield improvement, cycle time reduction, etc.) and support enterprise initiatives towards standardization.
Coordinate and provide communication liaison between shared support functions.
Minimum 12+ years of experience in operations management, manufacturing engineering management, or related experience
Experience in developing and executing manufacturing strategies
Ability to collaborate daily with a cross-functional teams in a fast paced, robust matrixed environment.
Ability to synthesize large amounts of data from disparate sources to convey program and functional health
Demonstrated initiative, persistence and creativity in problem solving
Thorough understanding of configuration management and engineering change processes
Experience with proposal processes (Top-down and bottoms-up methodology, learning curves, capacity analysis, etc)
Strong written, verbal and presentation skills
Ability to obtain a Secret clearance within one year of start date
U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position requires the ability to obtain Secret U.S. Security Clearance within one year of start date
U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position will require the ability to access US only data systems
Electro-Optic product engineering, packaging and production experience
Knowledge of Defense Industry Acquisition and Manufacturing Readiness Assessments / Levels (MRA/MRL)
EVMS and Program Management training and/or Certification
Visiprise Manufacturing System (VM) knowledge / PRISM knowledge / APEX knowledge
Familiarity with internal processes (Contract Quality Requirements (CQR), Material Review Board (MRB), Failure Review Board (FRB), Integrated Product Development System (IPDS), RIS Management System (MS), etc.)
Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA) Experience
Six Sigma Expert Certification
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Science, or Mathematics
Master's Degree in Engineering, Science, Mathematics or Business Admin
This position requires either a U.S. Person or a Non-U.S. Person who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization. 162044
Valid through: 7/14/2020