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Industry:
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Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Cambridge, ON
Job Summary
Position Summary

Working closely in Cambridge Operations & with other Medium Voltage Engineering Functions, the successful candidate will be assigned a balanced mix of tasks and projects aimed at Lean objectives like business/manufacturing process optimization and completing Preventive and Corrective actions targeted at improving Customer Loyalty at Lowest Total Cost. Projects will be aligned to our Annual Strategic Plans, and will be scoped at manufacturing or supplier quality defect reduction, quality planning for new product launches, or inter-plant process standardization initiatives.View More
Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Ladysmith - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position Summary

455 SSB M-Thur 3-1:30am

Responsabilities:
  • Ability to review and understand prints & wiring layouts for wire harness application.
  • Ability to read wiring schematics and drawings.
  • Ability to read, understand and work from DWI’s, Job instruction Training (JIT), Flow Charts, etc.
  • Physical line; ability to lift up to 50 lbs as needed
  • Wide range of motion needed to assemble on line.
  • Perform final product inspection and packaging, utilizing equipment required for product built
  • Comprehend work Sample Boards, Electronic Print Room, Workmanship Standards, Electronic Work orders, etc.
  • Works within a team atmosphere.
  • Works closely with Engineers and team.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Flexibility required, this associate will work in all areas of the Starters Department if needed.
  • Staying late to test and pack expedited orders if necessary
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Richland Center - Wisconsin
Job Summary

The Quality Engineer develops, evaluates, revises and applies technical quality protocols/methods to inspect, test and evaluate raw material, in-process materials and finished products. Ensures compliance with internal and external specifications and standards such as ISO regulations. Ensures that established manufacturing and process control procedures are followed.

Essential Functions:

  • Assist operations in continuous improvement by establishing, monitoring and driving improvements to key process indicators using LEAN/Sigma tools.

  • Perform process, product and data analysis to develop continuous improvement plans, corrective and preventive actions

  • Ensure raw material and finished goods meet defined acceptance criteria

  • Perform, document and communicate audits of the systems, materials and personnel in the factory with regard to all quality requirements

  • Support manufacturing when quality issues are identified through investigation, analysis and escalation as needed to resolve the issue

  • Review manufacturing documentation and make improvement recommendations to the document owner. This includes changes in Workmanship Standards from technology updates or shop floor feedback

  • Maintain a customer focused approach in all decisions

  • Lead containment, root cause and corrective action activities (8D)

  • Lead quality certification audits (ie ISO9001:2015)

  • Interface with supervisors/associates, Industrialization and ME process engineers to develop processes and procedures that meet the requirement of the technology/products/processes

  • Lead discussions and reviews with leadership and external support organization as needed

  • Document processes with the help of industrialization, ME techs and Manufacturing Process Engineers to transfer the information consistently to the operators

  • Encourage and promote the importance of process and quality adherence

  • Identify, track and take actions to improve key process indicator metrics

  • Provide accurate visual aid documentation that allows for successful assembly in a timely manner

  • Develop training to include support functions and lessons learned

  • Other projects as assigned

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Ladysmith - Wisconsin
Job Summary
SEALED SWITCH This position is Monday to Friday 7am to 3pm

Responsibilities:
  • Job requires standing and sitting work.
  • Some of the processes require use of tweezers involving speed and good hand dexterity.
  • Willing to train on different types of machinery and testers.
  • Must have excellent vision.
  • Ability to work with small parts.
  • Good computer knowledge.

This position is Monday to Friday 7am to 3pm
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Ladysmith - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position Summary

455 SSB M-Thur 3-1:30am

Responsabilities:
  • Ability to review and understand prints & wiring layouts for wire harness application.
  • Ability to read wiring schematics and drawings.
  • Ability to read, understand and work from DWI’s, Job instruction Training (JIT), Flow Charts, etc.
  • Physical line; ability to lift up to 50 lbs as needed
  • Wide range of motion needed to assemble on line.
  • Perform final product inspection and packaging, utilizing equipment required for product built
  • Comprehend work Sample Boards, Electronic Print Room, Workmanship Standards, Electronic Work orders, etc.
  • Works within a team atmosphere.
  • Works closely with Engineers and team.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Flexibility required, this associate will work in all areas of the Starters Department if needed.
  • Staying late to test and pack expedited orders if necessary
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Ladysmith - Wisconsin
Job Summary
Position Summary

455 SSB M-Thur 3-1:30am

Responsabilities:
  • Ability to review and understand prints & wiring layouts for wire harness application.
  • Ability to read wiring schematics and drawings.
  • Ability to read, understand and work from DWI’s, Job instruction Training (JIT), Flow Charts, etc.
  • Physical line; ability to lift up to 50 lbs as needed
  • Wide range of motion needed to assemble on line.
  • Perform final product inspection and packaging, utilizing equipment required for product built
  • Comprehend work Sample Boards, Electronic Print Room, Workmanship Standards, Electronic Work orders, etc.
  • Works within a team atmosphere.
  • Works closely with Engineers and team.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Flexibility required, this associate will work in all areas of the Starters Department if needed.
  • Staying late to test and pack expedited orders if necessary
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Industry:
Automotive, Entertainment, Fibers & Textiles, Food & Beverage, Household & Personal Care, Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Marine, Metals, Mining, Minerals & Cement, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Print & Publishing, Pulp & Paper, Semiconductor & Electronics, Tire & Rubber, Water Wastewater
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Katowice
Job Summary
DESCRIPTION
Coordinates purchasing activities with manufacturing and engineering departments to acquire inventory in a cost effective and timely manner. Acquires and maintains technical understanding of products purchased. Performs cost analysis and volume planning for major commodities.Obtains materials, components, equipment and services. Develops newsupply sources where vendors and suppliers are inadequate. Monitors thecost, schedule and scope of assigned subcontracts to assure highestquality at best value. May recommend cost saving proposals includingmake-versus-buy analysis, alternative sourcing and vendor evaluation criteria.
JOB COMPLEXITY
Works on issues of moderate scope where analysis of situations or data requires a review of relevant factors. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action.
SUPERVISION
Normally receives general instructions on routine work, detailed instructions on new projects or assignments.
EXPERIENCE
Typically requires a minimum of 2 years of related experience.
KNOWLEDGE/SKILL
Developing professional expertise. Applies company policies and procedures to resolve variety of issues.
SCOPE
Receives assignments in the form of objectives with goals and the process by which to meet goals.
INTERACTION
Frequently interacts with peers and customers to gain cooperation of others or conduct presentations of technical information/project activities. Builds productive internal/external working relationships.
EDUCATION
Four year college
LEVEL
PROF 2

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Monterrey
Job Summary

The New Product Introduction Materials Planner (also known as an Industrialization Planner) is a critical resource on all new product development teams across Rockwell’s businesses, ensuring that all material requirements for prototypes, pilots, and production start-up are properly managed. The position also works closely with product management during important product lifecycle changes, including series changes, large scale product redesigns, and end of life. The successful candidate will have a broad background in all aspects of planning, including procurement, production control, inventory management, and launching new products.

Major responsibilities:

  • Determine stocking strategies, should the new product be stocked or built to order at Available-For-Sale date. Responsible for component and finished goods inventory levels both at time of product launch and at end of life.
  • Ensure the RFQ process with SSO/Purchasing is getting responses in a timely manner and frequently review material lists of critical components necessary to maintain the new product release schedules.
  • Lead discussions with the Master Scheduler/Finished Goods Planner and plant Production Control Analysts to review inventory planning parameters required to successfully launch a product and maintain its supply chain health during initial production ramp-up.
  • Coordinate the material requirements, purchase orders, and inventory plans to support all prototypes and pilot builds as well as acceleration into steady state operations (Post Available-for-Sale), ensuring material availability for all pilots and prototypes to support the product development timeline. This will include managing material availability by setting and monitoring SAP exceptions, actual component usage, and following-up with suppliers on parts and materials needed to support operations.
  • Coordinate and execute the Pre/Post Available-for-sale master schedule which includes working with the Master Scheduler/Finished Goods Planner to comprehend the monthly production of safety stock or targeted finished goods inventories.
  • Support for End-Of-Life material planning activities for product discontinuation to minimize inventory impact due to obsolescence. This requires a higher level of materials project management since this may include manually monitoring inventory levels outside of the materials system.

EOE, M/F/Disabled Vet

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Buenos Aires, Katowice, Lima, Mayfield Heights - Ohio, Mexico City, Milwaukee - Wisconsin, Monterrey, Rotterdam, San Juan - Puerto Rico, Sao Paulo
Job Summary

Note: This position can be located globally at a Rockwell Automation Office and is expected to require up to 20% travel.

Objective of Position:

  • The GSC Portfolio Specialists for LATAM focus is the invoicing requirements for Latin America to meet Rockwell commercial requirements and local government statutory requirements. This position facilitates between country stakeholders, IT capability lane, and third party service providers to establish work priorities and make sure the commercial and government invoice requirements are met. The Portfolio Specialists is expected to develop an SME level understanding of the Latin America E2E invoicing process.

  • This role assists the IT capability lane in delivering incremental business value through Agile sprints and is responsible for continued refinement of the product backlog and alignment with the business to make sure changes are included in the operations. The Portfolio Specialists is a boundary spanner between the IT capability lane, the software providers, and business operations.

  • This role is an individual contributor that is expected to have a global outlook, provide functional leadership, operate cross functionally, facilitate consensus, and be outcome driven.

  • note – functional scope is inclusive of all financial documents related to customer billing activities such as local statutory documents and credit notes.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Facilitate across the LATAM stakeholders to establish priorities and business alignment for the LATAM Invoice Capability lane activities along with software provider coordination (such as Sovos).

  • Clearly communicate to stakeholders the capability lane priorities and backlog, influencing across departments and vertically.

  • Work across capability lanes in and outside of GSC to advance cross lane initiatives.

  • Consult and be a LATAM invoicing SME on teams responsible for major company initiatives, projects or acquisitions.

  • Provide leadership and insights for the LATAM invoice domain.

  • Provide cross functional collaboration and leadership across the enterprise representing the LATAM invoicing domain.

  • Be fluent in various information systems the functional domain in terms of functionality being used and business capabilities supported.

  • Appropriately escalate supplier performance issues. Work with SSO and IT in holding vendors accountable to their contractual obligations.

  • Develop functional depth in LATAM invoicing requirements.

EOE, M/F/Disabled, Vet
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Wuppertal
Job Summary
Abteilungsführung (department leading)
  • Führung des Bereiches SFY (leading production SFY)
    • Bestückungslinie (assembly)
    • Endkontrolle (test)
    • Planung (planning)
  • Führung des Bereiches Prüffeld (leading Finalfunktion)
Personalmanagement (staff Management)
  • Fachliche Weisungsbefugnis aller Mitarbeiter der oben genannten Abteilungen (leading & instruction)
Instandhaltung (maintanance)
  • Planung und Abstimmung der vorbeugenden Instandhaltung, hier insbesondere der maschinellen Einrichtungen wie Vorrichtungen, Prüfmittel, Prüfplätze, Lötbad, etc. (planing of prev. Maintenance)
Investitionsplanung (investment planning)

Beschaffung (agreement)

  • Anforderung von Werkzeugen, Vorrichtungen und Einrichtungen (Ordering tools, equipment, fixtures)
Inventur (inventory)
  • Abwicklung der zyklisch stattfindenden Inventur (support cyclic inventory counting)
Schulung (training)
  • Schulung von Mitarbeitern - Fest und Temp (train employees)
  • Aufrechthaltung und Vermittlung des techn. Fortschritts (keep up to date and support of techn. progress)
Projektarbeiten (projects)
  • Optimierungen planen und umsetzen - Anlehnung an SixSigma (Plan and realise opportunities - support Six Sigma)
  • Mitarbeit in Projekten (support and lead projects)
    • auch Abteilungsübergreifend; z.Bsp. Zertifizierungen, Audits, GPT, Lean
Zeichnungsberechtigung (authority to sign)

Sonstiges (others)
  • Reinhaltung der eigenen Bereiche und Anweisung der Mitarbeiter bzgl. der Verhaltensweisen gegenüber anderen Abteilungen und Besuchern. (teach and live behaviour of tidiness support)
  • Dokumentenpflege - Sicherstellung der Datenaktualität in dem Bereich (Production SFY)
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Houston - Texas
Job Summary

Under general supervision, edit, analyze and interpret moderately complex incoming orders for a wide scope of product lines from customers, sales representatives and distributors to clarify terminology or supply missing information. Check pricing, inventory stock, and discounts, customer information and location, shipping instructions, etc. Coordinate pricing of special items with job quotes. Clarify order information or correct discrepancies as needed. Maintain all required records regarding price, discounts, product information, etc.

  • Determines and schedules orders according to urgency.
  • Contacts outside sales force and/or customers to resolve questions, inconsistencies, or missing data on orders.
  • Resolve customer complaints via phone, email or fax.
  • Use phone to reach out to customers and verify account information.
  • Greet customers warmly and ascertain problem or reason for calling.
  • Assist with placement of orders, cancelling orders, return requests and/or warranties issues.
  • Act as company gatekeeper.
  • Suggest solutions when a product is out of stock – substitutions.
  • Attempt to persuade customer to reconsider cancellation.
  • Inform customer of deals and promotions.
  • Sell products and services.
  • Utilize computer technology to hand high call volumes – B2B.
  • Work with customer service manager to ensure proper customer service is being delivered.
  • Cover switchboard as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Customer Service Manager
EOE, M/F/Disable, Vet
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Richland Center - Wisconsin
Job Summary

Position Summary

Develops and implements production control functions including: master scheduling, production and inventory planning/coordination, facility capacity planning, material requirements, planning systems, work-in-process tracking, material and labor variance controls, and manufacturing/inventory performance reporting. Insures security and accountability of inventory through transaction documentation, process and procedure verification and system review.  Selects, develops, and evaluates personnel to ensure the efficient operation of the function.

Job Complexity
Works on issues of moderate scope where analysis of situation or data requires review of relevant factors. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and policies to determine appropriate action.

Supervision
Provides direct supervision to professional individual contributors and/or skilled support individual contributors. Acts as advisor to team and may become actively involved, as required, to meet schedules and resolve problems.

Knowledge/Skill
Developing supervisory expertise. Applies company policies and procedures to resolve variety of issues.

Scope
Receives assignments in the form of objectives with goals and the process by which to meet goals. Provides direction to employees according to established policies and management guidance. Administers company policies that directly affect their team members. Management reviews work to measure objective obtainment.

Interacts with their team, peers, and customers to gain cooperation of others or conduct presentations of technical information or project activities. Builds productive internal/external working relationships.

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Twinsburg - Ohio
Job Summary
Position: Manufacturing Associate 1
Location: Twinsburg, OH
Shift: FA-B
Schedule: Mon-Thurs
Hours: 315p-145a
Additional Shift Premium: 6% (added to base hourly payrate)
Must have ability to work from standing position for the duration of the shift (up to 12 hours)


Position Summary

At Rockwell Automation, you will be joining an incredible team of talented individuals who strive for best in class. We have an opening in Twinsburg Ohio for a Manufacturing Associate in our Final Assembly Area. This position will assemble, label, test, and package products according to instructions. This position may also kit jobs, set up lines, and ensure all items necessary to run a job are available, and other varying responsibilities. This position is in a plant setting with a clean and controlled climate.

May perform one or more of the following:

•Assemble, Pack, and transfer product
•Complete product specifications by following blueprints, bill of materials, process/verbal instructions
•May gather and process multiple assemblies simultaneously
•Use hand tools and automated assembly equipment
•Ensure products meet workmanship standards
Perform other duties as needed
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Shanghai
Job Summary
DESCRIPTIONDevelops, interprets and implements financial concepts for financialplanning and control. Performs technical analysis to determine presentand future financial performance. Gathers, analyzes, prepares andsummarizes recommendations for financial plans, acquisition activity,trended future requirements and operating forecasts. Performs economicresearch and studies in the areas of rates of return, depreciations,working capital requirements, investment opportunities, investmentperformance and impact of governmental requirements.JOB COMPLEXITYWorks on issues of diverse scope where analysis of data requiresevaluation of identifiable factors. Demonstrates good judgment inselecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions.SUPERVISIONNormally receives little instruction on day-to-day work, generallyinstructions on new assignments.EXPERIENCETypically requires a minimum of 5 years of related experience.KNOWLEDGE/SKILLA experienced professional with a full understanding of areaof specialization; resolves wide range of issues in creative ways andeffective ways.SCOPEReceives assignments in the form of objectives and determines theprocess by which to meet goals.INTERACTIONFrequently interacts with peers and customers to gain cooperation ofothers or conduct presentations of technical information/projectactivities. Networks with senior internal/external personnel in own areaof expertise.EDUCATIONBachelors DegreeLEVELPROF 3View More
Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Richland Center - Wisconsin
Job Summary
1st shift position 7 am - 3:30 pm
Pay $22.04//hour

Performs the set-up, calibration, testing and troubleshooting of circuits, components, instruments and mechanical assemblies.
Determines and may develop test specifications, methods and procedures from blueprints, drawings and diagrams. Tests and troubleshoots assemblies and/or final systems. May complete rework on assemblies and/or systems as a result of testing. Prepares technical reports summarizing findings and recommending solutions to technical problems. May assist in the selection and set-up of specialized test equipment.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Read and understand prints and order prints.
Make decisions related to quality and operation of the product.
Select and use the proper test equipment for testing the product.
Assure that the electrical operation of the product complies with the diagram and industry standards.
Perform Customer Inspections and Witness Test
Troubleshooting electrical applications

EOE, M/F Disabled, Vet


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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Monterrey
Job Summary
Coordinates purchasing activities with manufacturing and engineering departments to acquire inventory in a cost effective and
timely manner. Acquires and maintains technical understanding of products purchased. Performs cost analysis and volume
planning for major commodities. Obtains materials, components, equipment and services. Develops new supply sources where
vendors and suppliers are inadequate. Monitors the cost, schedule and scope of assigned subcontracts to assure highest quality at
best value. May recommend cost saving proposals including make-versus-buy analysis, alternative sourcing and vendor evaluation
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Industry:
Automotive
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Katowice
Job Summary

• Providing support and solving customers’ issues by phone or email

• Supporting customers with service contracts with all non-technical questions

• Contracting inquiries & validation

• Price/discount policy inquiries & validation

• Grace Period / Reinstatement Policy validation

• Participation in team projects or initiatives for continuous improvement

• Collaboration and ongoing communication with local Customer Care teams across EMEA, the USA and other departments

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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Mayfield Village - Ohio
Job Summary

At Rockwell Automation, we connect the imaginations of people with the intelligence of machines to expand what is humanly possible, making the world more intelligent, more connected and more productive.

We know that expanding human possibility requires connections. We do that every day with our customers as we bring the Connected Enterprise to life, but we don’t stop there. We work to expand human possibilities in our communities — giving back, helping grow the next generation of STEM leaders and building relationships that last.

Our team cares about the work we do. We make an impact on the world because we strive to solve real problems for real people and expand human possibility. From solutions that address a single issue to transforming a company into a Connected Enterprise, every maker and problem solver in our company contributes to something that matters.

As a Customer Care Representative, you are passionate about customer service and resolving issues to deliver a great customer experience every time! You are excited about working in a dynamic environment, where no two days are the same, embracing change and thriving on the challenge of delivering the best possible outcomes for customers. You will be responsible for the facilitation of contract requests and software orders, allowing Rockwell Automation to meet the urgent demands of our customers. Additionally you will be focused on identifying process improvement opportunities and assisting in driving those opportunities to implementation.

What you will be doing:
  • Primary responsibility is coordinating the dispatch of field service engineers to service Rockwell products at customer locations to support our customers.
  • Communicating with multiple parties – customers, distributors, engineers, leadership, etc. in order to understand scope of work to identify skilled and available resources to best address customer needs.
  • Identifying trends and escalating to the proper channel.
  • Collaborate with Specialists and Business Process Owners to identify and develop best practices.

Who we are looking for:


  • You are ethical, intelligent, optimistic and resilient.
  • You have excellent interpersonal, analytical and communication skills.
  • You are adaptable and can identify the urgency of tasks and can prioritize the tasks accordingly.
  • You are excited to work in a dynamic, fast paced and challenging environment.
  • You have strong computer skills and can quickly navigate multiple business systems to process requests within specified SLAs.
  • Process oriented, detailed and adaptable to changes in technology.
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Twinsburg - Ohio
Job Summary

The primary purpose of this role is to manage the relationship between Rockwell Automation (RA) and our contract manufacturers. This role will be facilitating the manufacturing of direct ship Engineered To Order (ETO) solutions. This position is responsible for managing all aspects of contract manufacturing across North America. The main responsibilities of this role include, but are not limited to, identifying new potential suppliers, participation in negotiating strategic agreements with new and existing suppliers, and coordinating project execution with suppliers (project schedules, prioritizing, and forecasting.) This role will be focused on driving performance in our suppliers to meet customer shipment deadlines and achieve target project costs. This individual is responsible for analyzing and evaluating the most cost-effective strategies while meeting customer deadlines. Paramount to Rockwell is ensuring quality in accordance with Rockwell standards and expectations. Adherence to customer-specific, as well as general Rockwell, workmanship practices are also critical to this role. This leader is responsible for establishing expectations for business ethics and Environmental Health and Safety. This individual is responsible for capacity planning and balancing work based on constraints with our suppliers.

Functional:

  • Identifying new potential suppliers to improve performance or mitigate risk
  • Participate in the creation of strategic partnership framework agreements
  • Negotiating RFQ’s with current and potential suppliers on pricing and lead-time using a predictive cost model tool
  • Establish, measure, and review KPIs with suppliers in alignment with RA criteria
  • Collaborate with RA planning functions to manage workload and capacity at suppliers
  • Collaborate with RA quality functions to measure supplier performance and implement 8D process to drive RCCA as necessary
  • Create, maintain, and execute a supplier assessment, and self-assessment, to gauge current and potential suppliers’ capabilities to meet RA performance requirements (as well as maintain in a database.)
  • Understand prints and Bills Of Materials
  • Verify supplier made complete shipments
  • Identify materials to be supplied
  • Send RFQ to suppliers and work through the approval process
  • Follow up on material shortages and run shipment pick lists
  • Reconciliation of all issued shop orders until close of goods
  • Work with credit and import/export compliance for any holds
  • Documentation of project documents (pictures, test sheet) in shared drives
  • Coordinates between shipping and invoicing that all material receipts and invoicing is done in a timely manner
  • Uses databases for project management, inventory control, project material, timekeeping, and quality processes

Leadership:

  • Ability to collaborate with multiple functions in a matrix organization
  • Take ownership for the quality and on-time completion of systems manufactured by our suppliers
  • Manage a weekly communication of project status to all directly impacted groups
  • Participate in monthly leadership meetings to present current supplier performance as well as corrective actions being taken as required
  • Collaborates regularly with the Operations Manager on maintaining department expense budgets in accordance with the planned workload
  • Collaborates regularly with planning functions to review resources and project load to ensure resources are fully utilized while leveraging contract manufacturers and local solutions centers in order to be competitively cost effective while meeting customer deadlines
  • Prepares labor estimates and monitors progress towards achieving budgeted goals
  • Oversees supplier on-time performance, average-order-delivery cycle time, load management, capacity control, and utilization of resources
  • Collaborates with suppliers on continuous improvement for delivery, capacity, and cost
  • Implements new processes internally and with suppliers
EOE, M/F/Disable, Vet
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Industry:
Not Specified
Job Category:
Supply Chain and Operations
Location:
Brussels, Dusseldorf, Paris, Prague, Sopot
Job Summary
DESCRIPTION
Develops and implements production control functions including: master scheduling, production planning/coordination, shop scheduling and
dispatching, material requirements, planning systems, work-in-process tracking, material and labor variance controls, and manufacturing performance reporting. Approves quantities, schedules and parts lists provided to the material control organization to ensure timely and complete ordering, as well as receipt and issuance of production material requirements. Selects, develops, and evaluates personnel to ensure the efficient operation of the function.

JOB COMPLEXITY
Works on issues of limited scope. Follows established practices and procedures in analyzing situations or data from which answers can bereadily obtained. Monitors daily operations of a unit or sub-unit. Requires full knowledge of own area of functional responsibility.

SUPERVISION
Provides immediate supervision to a team of employees, assigning tasks, checking work at frequent intervals, and maintaining schedules. A portion of time is normally spent performing individual tasks. Generally supervises semi-skilled employees.
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