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Team Leader, Manufacturing


Chipton-Ross is seeking a Team Leader, Manufacturing for a contract opportunity in Hillsboro, OR.

The 2nd Shift Team Lead of Manufacturing is responsible for leading a team of hourly colleagues within a test and assembly manufacturing environment. The primary responsibilities include day-to-day oversight of departmental goals for Safety, Quality, Delivery, Inventory, Productivity and Employee Development. Additional duties include maintaining and repairing specialized equipment to established parameters and specifications. This position collaborates with the entire manufacturing team.

Staffing: time-card administration, and OT Management, PTO and tracking overall attendance
Employee Development: Individual Development Plans, Providing Coaching and Training
Performance Management: updates weekly, daily/hourly production metrics and facilitates regular team meetings
Facilitating team participation
Resolving production problems
Conducting performance evaluations
Giving and receiving employee feedback
Feedback Provides written end of shift performance updates to Production Supervisor
Oversee continuous improvement (PPI) initiatives/activities within the department
Lead, participate and/or support meetings; monitor project progress, report out on key metrics
Analyze procedures and production methods to improve quality, costs and/or productivity
Conduct regular audits/GEMBA walks & implement improvements identified
Define & drive safety initiatives
Oversee & drive 6S program in areas of ownership
First line of response for Manufacturing Team when they face equipment failure
Identify and solve issues with circuit boards, cabling, and vacuum pumps
Conduct routine preventative maintenance on sophisticated electronics
Monitor equipment uptime using Key Performance Indicators and preemptively plan/schedule equipment repairs
Install and qualify new Scanning Electron Microscope capital test equipment on an as needed basis
Daily Team Meetings held to address barriers to production and to highlight employee wins
Training is routinely provided either as On the Job or via our online portal.

2+ years of experience operating a Scanning Electron Microscope, trouble spotting and electronic equipment repair OR a combination of education and experience that demonstrates the required skills
Experience with low volume, highly complex manufacturing processes
Demonstrated ability in successfully leading a team of colleagues
5+ years of manufacturing experience with at least 2 years in a leadership role
At least 2 years of validated experience in a job-related industry with proficiency in operating Scanning Electron Microscopes & Mechanical and Electrical complex high-tech equipment repair
Experience working in the field of Electronics and proficiency in Ultra High Vacuum strongly preferred
Experience with problem-solving Scanning Electron Microscopes down to the component level
Experience in lean manufacturing, 6S and continuous improvement a plus
Experience with Windows-based and MS Office programs a plus (Word, Excel, Outlook and Access)
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Ability to lift up to 35lbs
Ability to use Multimeters, Oscilloscopes, Soldering Irons, etc.
Knowledge of Scanning Electron Microscopes, data acquisition, taking SEM images and measurements
Knowledge of Electronics Manufacturing, Equipment Repair, High Voltage, and Ultra High Vacuum
Ability to read work instructions and schematic drawings while conducting maintenance diagnosis of tools down to the component and software level
Ability to analyze and address problems independently as well as collaboratively
Ability to support projects, perform training and work efficiently as part of cohesive teams
Self-motivated, self-starter with strong interpersonal skills
Demonstrated skills in developing subordinates to their best potential. Team building, coaching, and mentoring skills. Conflict resolution
Proven track record with optimally working in a fast-paced manufacturing environment
Comfortable operating in a cleanroom environment using appropriate PPE
Strong verbal and written communication skills, successful in partnering with colleagues of differing cultural, language and educational backgrounds

Accredited Minimum of High School Diploma or GED
2+ years of experience operating a Scanning Electron Microscope, trouble spotting and electronic equipment repair OR a combination of education and experience that demonstrates the required skills
Minimum of a 2-year associate degree in a technical field like Electronic Engineering Technology, Microelectronics or Mechatronics preferred
Military Technical Training in lieu of a technical degree may also be considered

Full-Time; 2nd shift (2pm-10:30pm PST) Some flexibility.
Job Number: 209121
Job Location: Hillsboro, OR
Rate: Up to $30.50 DOE
Duration: 3 Months
Input Date: 11/16/2023
Attention: Billy James
Address: 420 CULVER BLVD
City, State: PLAYA DEL REY, CA 90293
Phone: 310/414-7800 X286
800 Phone: 800/927-9318
Fax Phone: 310/414-7808

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