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Job Description 

Operations Supervisor/Manager with experience coordinating the planning, execution, and follow-up of the daily activities of a production and operations team in a High Volume Manufacturing(HVM) environment during our 2nd Shift (3p to 11:30p).

This person should have extensive experience in manufacturing/services supervision, being principally responsible for coordinating and assigning resources to execute required services under the laboratory operation.

You should be a creative and energetic team player, who excels in a fast-paced, hands-on environment.


  • Assist in executing production schedules. Proactively prevents production delays and holds the team accountable to critical dates to ensure the production schedule is met.
  • Ensure the working environment is clean, organized, and safe for employees at all times. Understand and ensure the team complies with company safety policies and basic work practices.
  • Responsible for continued implementation, evolution, and enforcement of the quality program and product training and staff development.
  • Follow up on work orders from PMs & engineers.
  • Maintain excellent communication and working relationships with key people within the company.
  • Hold daily and weekly production meetings to be following internal customers’ requirements.
  • Achieve or exceed process quality targets (process yield, OTD, quality, scrap, and completion %)
  • Inspect all materials and equipment to detect malfunctions and adhere to all safety policies and procedures.
  • Develop his/her organization to be an efficient and high-performing manufacturing team: one that exceeds all strategic and tactical objectives.
  • Give daily direction and hold direct reports accountable for results


  • 3+ years of demonstrated experience in cleanroom manufacturing and R&D fabrication facility.
  • 3+ years of experience in process, support engineering, and operations supervisor/manager
  • Highly energetic, and committed to creativity in continuous improvement culture.
  • He / She is highly motivated to re-invent manufacturing through empowerment and out-of-the-box thinking. This individual must deliver commitments and is continuously driving to exceed all targets.
  • Demonstrated experience in ramping up operations ideally bringing new technology to production.
  • Demonstrated experience in working in a highly complex and changing, fast-paced environment.  
  • Solid understanding of all aspects of operations management: capacity, headcount management, lean manufacturing / continuous improvement, production scheduling, etc.
  • Must be familiar with cost management process in a manufacturing operation
  • Ability to manage & complete multiple projects simultaneously]

Physical Requirements:

  • Most of the work is performed in an office environment; however, the candidate must be able to stand, lift, climb and bend in a manufacturing environment.

Desired Experience:

  • Proven leadership skills/experience (ability to train, manage and motivate)
  • Team Player, with the innate ability to teach and mentor subordinates.
  • Very detail-oriented to make sure products meet quality standards.
  • Must be mechanically inclined with an ability to improvise creative solutions for production.
  • Possess hands-on experience in a manufacturing environment, have extensive knowledge of electronic and mechanical assembly.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial/Mechanical Engineering required + 4 yrs. Is Preferred or 5+ years of relevant experience, knowledge, and skills that will enable the candidate to perform the tasks of the job proficiently is accepted.

Additional Information:

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

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