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2nd Shift Cable Maker Wallingford, CT
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities Perform a wide range of cable manufacturing operations to construct cable following established methods, procedures or instructions. Work from shop orders and other instructions to set-up and operate simultaneously; taping equipment, respooling equipment and braiding machines as directed. Make all necessary adjustments to obtain and maintain proper lay tension and other factors to assure compliance with finish specifications. Remain alert performing all needed adjustments to insure all operations such as wrapping and braiding result in compliance with specifications. Perform other departmental operations as assigned. Detect and report defective material, faulty operation and unusual conditions to proper supervision. Maintain work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition. Follow environmental, health and safety regulations.Qualifications/Requirements High School diploma or GED. 2 years relevant experience. Ability to comprehend parts/operator manuals/instructions. Solid troubleshooting ability.Equal Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
2nd Shift Rewind Operator Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Rewind Inspector/Operator rewinds finished and semi-finished wire and cables, performs specified inspection, coating and repair operations and maintains related records following established methods and procedures.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Wind from multiple reels to single reel as necessary for cabling or other operations Visually checks all wire and cable during rewinding operations to detect rough finish areas, obvious diameter variations and other disqualifying elements Take approved action to report, repair, remove faulty areas depending upon type and use requirements of wire or cable being rewound Performs simple electrical test functions to check cables and other items for continuity and “dead” shorts Run routine spark and similar tests following established practices and/or specific instructions Performs minor cable repairs, trim braid, repair jackets and perform other routine repair operations as necessary Check wall thickness, conductor and other diameters using micrometers and other measuring devices Coat wires and cable as directedQualifications/Requirements High School diploma or GED 2 years relevant experience Ability to comprehend parts/operator manuals/instructions Solid troubleshooting abilityEqual Opportunity Employer – Disability and Veteran
3rd Shift Cable Maker Wallingford, CT
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities Perform a wide range of cable manufacturing operations to construct cable following established methods, procedures or instructions. Work from shop orders and other instructions to set-up and operate simultaneously; taping equipment, respooling equipment and braiding machines as directed. Make all necessary adjustments to obtain and maintain proper lay tension and other factors to assure compliance with finish specifications. Remain alert performing all needed adjustments to insure all operations such as wrapping and braiding result in compliance with specifications. Perform other departmental operations as assigned. Detect and report defective material, faulty operation and unusual conditions to proper supervision. Maintain work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition. Follow environmental, health and safety regulations.Qualifications/Requirements High School diploma or GED. 2 years relevant experience. Ability to comprehend parts/operator manuals/instructions. Solid troubleshooting ability.Equal Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
EHS Manager Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Environmental, Health and Safety Manager promotes a safe and healthy working environment for Times Microwave Systems. The EHS Manager is based in the Wallingford, CT headquarters but will coordinate activities and align practices with the other US facilities (Mesa, AZ and West Palm Beach, FL) to ensure continued improvement of the company EHS systems.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Uphold and improve safety policies and procedures to meet regulatory requirements and ensure a safe work environment for all team members Maintain expertise on interpreting federal, state and local EHS regulations at each facility Lead EHS audits and inspections at each facility to detect existing or potential safety hazards Facilitate the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) program at each facility Ensure availability of PPE and other safety materials Manage and maintain the Safety Data Sheet system Review and implement safe and ergonomic work stations Lead the company EHS Committee Develop and manage key metrics related to EHS performance including Leading Indicators Establish strong relationships with leadership to ensure EHS is considered in all business aspects Interface with regulatory and public sector EHS agencies and authorities as appropriate Oversee and assist plant leadership during facility restructuring projects/major process changes to verify that environmental permits are obtained at the facility prior to the installation or modification of equipment/process change Work with leadership team to develop EHS audit program requirements and facilitate EHS audits to support compliance certification as required Implement incident reporting and investigation processes Participate in and follow-up on the investigation of work-related injuries/illnesses, on-the-job accidents, or near misses as required Develop and manage training to include: General safety awareness, machine guarding, hand and power tool safety, ladder safety, LOTO, forklift, etc. Develop EHS Manual and New
Finance Manager Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Finance Manager will partner with Times Leadership to establish budgets, forecasts, manage variances, identify financial opportunities to improve cost and to perform financial analysis of strategic opportunities. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Monthly Closing / Variances Analysis – lead month end close (Day 1/3 Flash and Day 5) and prepare financial statements Strategic Planning / Budgeting and Forecast Process – end-to-end strategic planning/budgeting/forecasting cycles, timelines, analysis, and presentations Cost Accounting – analyze COGS, PPV, J/E reclass, warranty reserves, scrap, absorptions and production variances.  Monitor inventory cycle count variability and identify resolution/risk mitigation if necessary Compliance – Ensure relevant accounting procedures and controls are in place and all requirements for US GAAP are fulfilled Productivity – partner with operations/purchasing on make vs. buy analysis, supplier transfers, etc. Capital Expenditure - monitor the execution of capital expenditure authorization processes linked to distribution, warehouse operations and production capital needs Special Projects - Digitize and automate financial reporting and analyticsQualifications/Requirements Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting or related field of study, required. MBA, preferred 10 years' experience in cost accounting, FP&A roles, required. 5 years' experience directly supporting a manufacturing operation, preferred. 2 years' experience in personnel management, with a minimum of 2 direct reports, required. 5 years' experience working directly in an ERP system, preferred. Advanced knowledge/proficiency in Microsoft Office, required.Equal Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
HR Specialist Wallingford, CT
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SummaryQualified candidates will be responsible for supporting a dynamicHR team, and thriving business by providing administrative support in a highly confidential, fast-paced, and dynamic environment. The HR Specialistis an experienced HR Professional with responsibility for multiple activities related to Human Resources, including Payroll, Recruiting, Benefits and Employee Relations. This position will report to the HR Manager in the Wallingford, CT facilityEssential Duties and Responsibilities Update and maintain confidential employee personnel files, I-9 documentation, etc. Weekly, Bi-Weekly, and Semi-Monthly Payroll processing and associated reporting Participate and support the recruitment process for exempt, non-exempt & hourly positions Schedule interviews Prepare Offer Letters Attend Career/Job fairs Facilitate the on-boarding process for new employees, interns and temporary employees Process pre-employment screenings Set up new hire files Prepare paperwork for New Hire Orientation and Training Conduct New Hire Orientation and Training Prepare new hire badges Maintain HRIS databases Prepare routine and non-routine reports Respond to employment verifications Maintain general office functions related to Human Resources Special projects and other duties as neededQualifications/Requirements Associate or Bachelor's degree preferred, with at least three years' experience working in HR Excellent verbal and written communication skills Team player with a positive attitude Ability to thrive in a high-stress, fast-paced environment Excellent organization, time management, and interpersonal skills Ability to maintain confidentiality Ceridian Dayforce experience preferredEqual Opportunity Employer- Disability and Veteran
Manufacturing Engineer Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Manufacturing Engineer supports the Production Department by resolving issues related to components, equipment and processes used in the manufacture of RF coaxial cable assemblies. The Manufacturing Engineer will work in concert with Production and Operations to assure efficient manufacturing of products to meet Customer scheduling and quality requirements.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Creating/maintaining/reviewing/improving/troubleshooting of documentation related to manufacturing and testing of RF coaxial cable assemblies Conducting feasibility study to estimate product cost and analyze capital equipment, capacity, and capability requirements Identifying root cause of mechanical and electrical failures on the production floor Implementation of process improvements to correct manufacturing inefficiencies and failures Provide analysis and solutions to complex material screening and sorting issues Design/develop tooling and fixtures to support production needs Provide training/qualification/validation for processes and equipment as required Ensure compliance with internal standards, processes, and proceduresQualifications/Requirements Degreein Mechanical Engineering Preferred Experience in the manufacturing of raw RF cable or cable assemblies Excellent problem-solving skills Experienced with control procedures, such as the Change Management System, Nonconformance Reports, Engineering Specifications, Takt time/rate, Corrective & Preventive Action (CAPA), and Work Instructions Proficient with Microsoft Office applications Proficient with PNA test equipment Experience reading and understanding drawings and specifications Proficient with SolidWorks Experience with resistance soldering equipment Knowledge in Lean Principles and/or Six Sigma or other problem-solving methodologyEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Quality Engineer Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThis position supports the production and quality teams to ensure products are made to customer specifications and our teams adhere to standard company practices during the production process. Interface directly with customer quality teams on a regular basis.Essential Duties and Responsibilities? Interpret customer and engineering specifications to provide guidance to production teams. Conduct and document First Article reviews, including communications with customers. Work with customer source inspectors to present proper documentation and product. Alert and explain non-conformances to production teams. Conduct containment activities for non-conforming products. Assist quality engineering in determining root causes for non-conforming products. Work with production, engineering, and quality teams to identify and implement process improvements. Conduct process and product audits to support proper execution of customer requirements and adherence to company practices. Assist document control department to maintain document revision levels and release of new and revised company procedures, training forms and other documents. Maintain records efficiently and accurately. Other duties as may be assigned.Job Requirements  BS in Engineering Minimum of three years of solid experience in the production or inspection of electromechanical products. Good analytic skills. Root Cause Analysis experience preferred. Keen attention to detail. Proficient working with Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Quality Management System experience working within a system based on the ISO 9001 standard. Experience with the AS9100 standard is a plus. Ability to interpret customer specifications and requirements. Ability to use light industrial testing equipment. Organized with good time management skills. Possess planning, analytical, and problem-solving skills with ability to comprehend simple and complex formulas for calculating measurement and probability errors. Must be able to commu