Arrow Electronics Manager, Quality Integration Services in United States

Position:

Manager, Quality Integration Services

Job Description:

The overarching responsibility of the Integration Manager role is to take accountability for INTEGRATING the customer technology solution, efficiently and effectively using our global network of owned and managed partners.

The executables of the integration manager role are:

  1. Provision a global network of certified, process compliant, leveraged and efficient integration facilities to integrate the customer technology integration requirement

  2. Provide and manage global facilities with physical and virtual infrastructure to support Advanced engineering centers, Post production service centers, and complete supply chain visibility

  3. Develop multi-level engagement models with our partners around the world to ensure we can always fulfil the needs of our customers (e.g. security of supply)

The responsibilities of the integration manager role include:

  1. Implementing the Intelligent Systems partnership model (a variation of industry best practice BS11000) across strategic contract manufacturing providers (circa 7 globally)

  2. Implementing a fit-for-purpose variation of the Intelligent Systems partnership model (a variation of industry best practice BS11000) across tactical contract manufacturing providers (circa 30 globally)

  3. Support and facilitate facility growth and efficiency through Arrow processes, including alignment to strategy, support of growth, quality, efficiency and scalability objectives

  4. Ensure global facilities (owned or partner facilities) support the Intelligent Systems growth strategy from a site certification, physical and virtual infrastructure perspective (including engineering, technical and post production support)

  5. Ensure global facilities (owned or partner facilities) support the Intelligent Systems growth strategy from a labor perspective, (including training, certifications, capability and capacity)

  6. Ensure global facilities (owned or partner facilities) support the Intelligent Systems growth strategy from a quality (continuous) perspective and that quality processes are embedded in the production process from start to finish

  7. Ensure global facilities (owned or partner facilities) support the Intelligent Systems growth strategy and have mature and tested risk and business continuity planning across the entire operational spectrum (physical, virtual, site, labor, quality, equipment, security etc).

  8. Ensure global facilities (owned or partner facilities) support the Intelligent Systems growth strategy by facilitating and supporting access to markets through suppliers, trade, compliance, taxes et.

  9. Ensure global facilities (owned or partner facilities) support the Intelligent Systems growth strategy by having adequate physical capacity (warehousing and inventory in particular) to support the growth strategy

  10. Ensure the Intelligent Systems value chain, including Deal Desk and S&OP functions are aware of integration capabilities and those capabilities are reflected in the service offering

  11. Ensure the Intelligent Systems value chain, including Deal Desk and S&OP functions are aware of integration needs (e.g. product complexity, minimum unit throughput, break-even points, efficiency needs, capital needs etc) and that those needs are championed throughout the organization to ensure ongoing scalability and growth targets can be attained

  12. Champion evolution of the growth strategy and support projects and initiatives to re-baseline facilities against emerging priorities

Location:

Denver (Inverness West)

Time Type:

Full time

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