Arrow Electronics Manager, Manufacturing Operations in Phoenix, Arizona
Manager, Manufacturing Operations
At present we have an excellent opportunity for a Manager, Logistics/Value Add Operations II in our Phoenix, AZ location.
This position provides leadership to achieve and maintain the highest standards of quality, customer satisfaction, on-time delivery and service at the most competitive cost in support of company and division goals.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Direct management of the production capacity plan and execution in conjunction with sales & operations planning
Ensure appropriate resource allocation based on the P&L to meet production demand
Work with functional team, sales and leadership to accomplish and develop strategy
Support new product introduction, production and engineering improvements
Meet or exceed financial budget plans developed in conjunction with financial business partners
Develop and direct the implementation of goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards where applicable for assigned programs
Partner with Quality Assurance to implement and maintain effective quality management systems. Identify root causes of issues and make recommendations on improvement as necessary.
Develop and implement process improvements leveraging Lean and Six Sigma concepts to improve operating costs, quality, safety and efficiencies
Responsible for ensuring compliance with all policies and procedures relating to safety, quality, regulatory, environmental and human resources
Coach, develop and mentor direct staff
Responsible for employee recruitment and retention for assigned department
Makes employee hiring, pay and performance decisions
Create, arrange and conduct business reviews with customers when required
Other duties as assigned
Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from a four-year College or University; or equivalent training, education and experience
7-10 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment
Prior experience managing people, including supervisors
Exceptional action and customer service orientation with the ability to multi-task and effectively prioritize and manage multiple responsibilities in a fast paced, dynamic business environment
High level of interpersonal skills to be effective at building influential relationships with employees and internal/external customers
Strong business acumen to identify solutions for business problems
Strong quantitative and operations skills
Strong Microsoft Office skills
Proven ability to provide direction, motivate, develop and lead a team
Ability to effectively interact, negotiate, and influence staff in various levels of the organization
Experience in a high-mix, medium-volume computer integration environment
Lean Manufacturing experience and/or Lean Six-Sigma training
Oracle based ERP experience
Function: Logistics & Operations
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