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1st 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
Business Operations Intern Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Business Operation Intern assists the Sales and Business Operations team with various projects including pricing optimization, order processing enhancements, and market analysis.  The position provides hands-on experience in an exciting Electronics Manufacturing environment.  Qualified candidates should be able to work 40 hours a week, on-site.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Helps develop, improve and revise processes to increase profitability Identifies areas to improve margin Helps troubleshoot and recommend solutions Coordinates with Sales, Customer Service, and Operations to reduce inefficiencies Works on other projects as assigned by the ManagerJob Requirements Current enrollment in College or University Business/Finance/Engineering Program Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Strong data analysis, Manufacturing cost accounting, and data system skills Extremely well-organized with superior attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to multitask, work in a high pace environment and meet deadlinesEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Cable Design Engineering Intern Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Cable Design Engineering Intern assists the Cable Design Engineering and Engineering Services teams with new cable designs, existing cable and material evaluations, continuous improvement initiatives, and capital justifications.  The position provides hands-on engineering experience in an exciting Electronics Manufacturing environment.  Cable Design Engineering Intern candidates should be able to work 40 hours a week, on-site.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Help develop, improve, and revise product designs, bills of material, work instructions and routings. Evaluate and revise raw material requirements and tolerances. Helps design and implement tooling and fixtures for product evaluations Helps troubleshoot and recommend solutions for design and production issues Evaluate standard product qualification test times to improve testing efficiency Supports purchasing, quality, test, and production departments to ensure product integrity is maintained Supports cost justification studies and ROI for capital equipment Supports SOW development for equipment implementation and validation Works on other projects as assigned by the ManagerQualifications/Requirements Graduate of or currently enrolled in College or University Engineering Program Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Working knowledge of AutoCAD or SolidWorks, preferred Extremely well-organized with superior attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to multitask, work in a high pace environment and meet deadlinesEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Distribution Sales Intern Wallingford, CT
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SummaryA learning position focused on driving sales with key distribution partners and supporting company initiatives and customers.  The position provides hands-on experience in an exciting Electronics Manufacturing environment.  Qualified candidates should be able to work 40 hours a week, on-site.Essential Duties and Responsibilities, including but not limited to: New Product Introductions Design and implement an updated distributor portal with enhanced analytics, including product gaps, top runners, sales and more Report on distributor parameters Update and maintain Customer Service and Distribution internal Teams and SharePoint sites Liaise with the Customer Service, Sales, Marketing and Product Management teams to improve utilization of support and pricing tools Streamline and consolidate distributor marketing programs and initiatives Assist Distribution and Marketing teams with projects, continuous improvement initiatives, and sales  Research best practices among the Amphenol businesses Develop, improve, and revise processes, troubleshoot, and recommend solutions Work on other projects as assigned by the ManagerJob Requirements Graduate of or currently enrolled in a college or University Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Extremely well-organized with superior attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to multitask, work in a high pace environment and meet deadlines Comfortable with SharePoint and Teams.Equal Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Engineering Intern Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Engineering Intern assists the Manufacturing Engineering team with production projects, continuous improvement initiatives, and capital justifications.  The position provides hands-on engineering experience in an exciting Electronics Manufacturing environment.  Engineering Intern candidates should be able to work 40 hours a week, on-site.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Helps develop, improve and revise manufacturing processes Helps design and implement tooling and fixtures for effective manufacturing Helps troubleshoot and recommend solutions for design and production issues Analyzes cell measures and performs time studies to improve manufacturing processes Supports purchasing, quality, test, and production departments to ensure product integrity is maintained Supports cost justification studies and ROI for capital equipment Supports SOW development for equipment implementation and validation Works on other projects as assigned by the ManagerQualifications/Requirements Graduate of or currently enrolled in College or University Engineering Program Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Working knowledge of AutoCAD or SolidWorks, preferred Extremely well-organized with superior attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to multitask, work in a high pace environment and meet deadlinesEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Executive Assistant Wallingford, CT
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SummaryQualified candidates for this position will provide support to the General Manager, Company Controller, and Executive Team, including the Director of Operations, while upholding the strictest level of confidentiality.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Provide administrative and clerical support to the General Manager, Controller, and the Director of Operations Maintain executives' appointment schedule by planning and scheduling meetings, conferences, teleconferences, and travel Coordinate travel arrangements, itineraries, agendas and expense reports Plan and arrange meetings, conferences & company hospitality events Host and organize logistics related to customer and VIP meetings/visits Maintain detailed records and files Assist with dissemination of communications, ensuring accuracy and timely completion Marketing communications support including PowerPoint presentations, website design, collateral, and tradeshow/exhibition assistance Handle ad hoc projects as requestedQualifications/Requirements Bachelor's Degree, preferred Superior Microsoft Office skills, including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint & Excel Strong business acumen Minimum of three years' experience as an Executive Assistant working with Senior Management Extremely well-organized and detail oriented Graphic design capabilities a strong plus Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to maintain confidentiality and professionalism at all timesEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Finance Intern Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Finance Intern assists the Finance team with productivity projects, continuous improvement initiatives, and cost savings initiatives.  The position provides hands-on experience in an exciting Manufacturing environment.  Qualified candidates should be able to work 40 hours a week, on-site.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Helps develop, improve, and revise processes Helps troubleshoot and recommend solutions Coordinate with Sales & Operations to reduce and drive less complexity in Supply Chain Scrap Reporting, A/P, Credit, Financial Modeling & Audit exposure Works on other projects as assigned by the Direct ManagerQualifications/Requirements Graduate of or currently enrolled in College or University Finance/Accounting Program Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Strong in data analysis, Manufacturing cost accounting, and data system skills Extremely well-organized with superior attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to multitask, work in a high pace environment and meet deadlinesEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Human Resources Intern Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe HR Intern provides quality HR compliance and administrative support to the HR Team and teammates. The position provides hands-on experience in an exciting team-oriented environment. Qualified candidates should be able to work 40 hours a week, on-site.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Design and formalize a training matrix encompassing job specific training programs as well as training required by state and federal regulations Plan and coordinate annual wellness fair and other events to promote employee engagement Scan and digitize employee files, ensuring that employee records and files are maintained in accordance with state and federal laws Assist with day to day operations and provide clerical and administrative support to the HR department Coordinate communication with candidates and schedule interviews Assist in payroll preparation by providing relevant data Assist HR Administration to source candidates and update our data in DayForce.Qualifications/Requirements Graduate of or currently enrolled as a Junior or Senior in university undergraduate program Ability to recognize and maintain confidentiality of information Strong customer service skills Problem solving capabilities necessary to accomplish the duties and tasks of the position Ability to make decisions involving client issues/problems Exceptional written and oral communication skills Excellent organization and planning skills Ability to effectively learn and acquire new knowledge and skills Ability to share knowledge and work in a strong team-oriented environment Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OutlookEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Junior Buyer Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Junior Buyer will be responsible for processing purchasing requisitions, creating purchase orders, alerting management when orders have been filled and invoices from vendors have been issued, answering vendor questions and providing them with additional order documentation as needed. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Issue competitive bid requests to potential vendors and suppliers and review quotes while securing the most competitive bids Review and process purchase requisitions and purchase orders, purchase order adjustments, and invoice review Work closely with A/P as it relates to purchases and invoicing Develop and assist with implementation of an efficient and accurate system for monitoring all open purchase orders Execute System data management Identify, research and resolve problems relating to purchasing issues Own purchasing metrics to drive positive changes Work with the team to ensure that all deliveries satisfy the assigned purchase orders and report any back-ordered or missing products Assist Supply Chain with maintaining proper inventory levels of materials used on a regular basis Establish reliable lines of contact with management to ensure that all purchase orders are accurate Assist with establishing and achieving MRO cost savings.Qualifications/Requirements  BA/BS in related field or equivalent work experience Proficiency using ERP systems (Oracle preferred) and Microsoft Office products; strong computer skills Strong understanding of Supply Chain concepts Detail oriented, ability to multi-task and prioritize Strong negotiating skills Strong verbal and written communication skills. Travel may be required ( Team player Ability to thrive in a high-stress and fast-paced environment Willingness to take initiative and the ability to operate independently Previous buying experience strongly preferred, or the ability to demonstrate comparable knowledge and skillsEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran 
Marketing Intern Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Marketing Intern assists the Marketing team with various projects and continuous improvement initiatives. The position provides hands-on marketing experience in an exciting team-oriented environment. Qualified candidates should be able to work 40 hours a week, on-site.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Help maintain our website by optimizing images, pdf's and other documents Assist with uploading new content, creating SEO descriptions and reviewing product images and information Ensure lead generation software is routing data properly and sales teams are getting support Schedule press releases, social media posts and emails Participate in trade shows Other duties as assignedJob Requirements Graduate of or currently enrolled as a Junior or Senior in University Marketing program US Citizen or US Person Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Extremely well-organized with superior attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to multitask, work in a high pace environment and meet deadlinesEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Product Development Engineering Intern Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Product Development Engineering Intern assists the Product Development Engineering team with new cable projects, new tooling and processes for cable manufacturing, and evaluating new materials.  The position provides hands-on engineering experience in an exciting Electronics Manufacturing environment.  Engineering Intern candidates should be able to work 40 hours a week, on-site.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Researches new materials for new coaxial cables Follows new product development process Develops and tests prototypes Troubleshoots and sets up braider and tape machines Helps develop manufacturing processes Helps design and implement tooling and fixtures for effective manufacturing Helps troubleshoot and recommend solutions for design and development issues Document and preform validation testing Supports cost justification studies and ROI for capital equipment Supports SOW development for equipment implementation and validation Works on other projects as assigned by the ManagerQualifications/Requirements Graduate of or currently enrolled in College or University Engineering Program Proficient troubleshooting skills Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Working knowledge of AutoCAD or SolidWorks, preferred Experience in the RF field Extremely well-organized with superior attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to multitask, work in a high pace environment and meet deadlinesEqual Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran
Production Supervisor (2nd Shift) Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Production Supervisor manages the day-to-day production activities of the hourly assembly employees in accordance with company policy, and product quality standards. This individual is expected to utilize labor hours efficiently and minimize non-value-added activity. The supervisor is responsible to identify and resolve production-related problems by working closely with the direct labor workforce and support personnel. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Manage hourly production personnel Oversee all operations in department to maximize capacity and efficiency Controlling processes for various operations (including safety & quality) Promote and enforce safety policies and procedures (both company and regulatory) to decrease the potential for team member injuries Maintain a safe and clean work environment by directing and educating team members on best practices Ensure product is built to scheduled customer ship dates Review unfavorable work order variance and work with Manufacturing Engineering to drive improvement Evaluate each stage of the manufacturing process to ensure maximum efficiency Support Manufacturing Engineering and Quality Engineering in the training of the hourly operators Maintain working relationship with the union by following the terms of the collective bargaining agreement Resolve personnel problems by analyzing data; investigating issues; identifying solutions; recommending action Communicate and enforce company policies and initiate disciplinary actions as required Discipline and coach employees who fall short of job expectations Evaluate labor requirements and work with management to assure proper staffing levels Investigate and report information to provide realistic schedules to Planning and Customer Service Make recommendations for new equipment, process changes, shift suggestions, overtime, etc. Monitor and drive the production floor to execute to schedule requirements through ERP schedules or established Pull System Resolve
Supply Chain Manager Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Supply Chain Manager provides leadership to the Purchasing team at the Wallingford, CT location. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Drive Strategic procurement activities Support the GM and the Executive team in the gathering and analysis of spend and investment for key programs and ensure alignment with vision of company business and growth strategies Be up to speed on upcoming programs and opportunities to ensure best procurement decisions are made early in the process Maintain close alignment with Engineering to ensure the procurement aspect of "design for manufacturing" is considered and integrated into future designs Collaborate with other departments to close operational gaps Place PO's & expedite materials Drive total cost of ownership TCO reduction, through joint process improvements with suppliers Create process to Identify and lead implementation of sourcing strategies such as vendor consolidation, annual contracts, and contracted volume-based price reductions Develop formal Commodity Strategies such as spot buys, forward buys or forward contracting Measure and identify commodity risk profile of key suppliers. Provide updates to the Executive team Perform periodic vendor audits to ensure supplier quality, on-time delivery, and continuous supplier base improvements are being achieved Develop RFP's and negotiate new contracts with commodity suppliers to ensure cost reduction and service improvements Research and Identify potential new suppliers Identify areas where single source supply is a risk Develop and review AVL – Quality Handle communications and negotiations with suppliers Develop and maintain matrix showing key suppliers and associated supply agreement status Create a core process to ensure strategic procurement includes the proper due diligence and integration needed for long-term master contracts Create standardized metrics that are shared with suppliers on a regular basis with targets and action log Create and report on TCO metrics
Supply Chain Specialist Wallingford, CT
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SummaryThe Supply Chain Specialist will be responsible for creating purchase orders, working with international sites to establish international supply chain, establishing, maintaining and growing vendor relationships, and analyzing supply chain processes and recommending improvements to reduce costs or improve efficiencies.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Issue competitive bid requests to potential vendors and suppliers and review quotes while securing the most competitive bids Lead efforts in establishing international supply chain and global suppliers across US, India, and China facilities. Review and process purchase requisitions and purchase orders, purchase order adjustments, and invoice review Work closely with A/P as it relates to purchases and invoicing Develop and assist with implementation of an efficient and accurate system for monitoring all open purchase orders Execute System data management Drive continuous supplier process and performance improvement related to procurement, inventory control, and manufacturing strategies. Own purchasing metrics to drive positive changes Work with the team to ensure that all deliveries satisfy the assigned purchase orders and report any back-ordered or missing products Reduce costs and improve efficiencies to achieve both department and company objectives. Establish reliable lines of contact with management to ensure that all purchase orders are accurateQualifications/Requirements BA/BS in related field or equivalent work experience. Proficiency using ERP systems (Oracle preferred) and Microsoft Office products; strong computer skills Strong understanding of Supply Chain concepts Experience with international supply chain. Detail oriented, ability to multi-task and prioritize Strong negotiating skills Minimum 3 years' experience in a manufacturing environment Strong verbal and written communication skills Travel may be required ( Team player Ability to thrive in a high-stress and fast-paced environment Willingne
Technical Sales Manager Wallingford, CT
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TECHNICAL SALES MANAGER                   FLSA: Exempt         Location: Mesa AZJOB DESCRIPTIONThe Technical Sales Manager will develop, plan, and execute on new business opportunities together with the Sales Team (incl. Reps) and the Product Manager. This role oversees the development process of space and missiles products, including planning, qualification, and marketing activities. He or she will be responsible for ongoing management of space and missiles products and will support development of product road maps, as well as key characteristics associated with brand development.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Establish, develop, and maintain business relationship with current and prospective customers to generate new business Provide or obtain technical support to find, develop, track, and close on new designs for space and missiles products in all appropriate applications Develop and follow up written proposals and quotations for the current and prospective customers in liaison with the sales team Organize and join customer visits for prospective customers in partnership with the Sales Team, application engineers, and product managers to maximize product promotion and design-in opportunities Attend industry conferences in support of business opportunities Coordinate closely with sales and applications team to identify key sales targets in support of business development initiatives at key accounts and prospective customers Devise pricing strategies for the assigned market segment(s) Support key programs from beginning to end Listen to and understand customer feedback, and respond to product suggestions Collaborate with marketing communications to develop marketing and PR campaigns Remain abreast of the latest industry trends and technology Excellent written and oral communication skills to communicate with customers, team members, other departments, upper management in support program management activities Ability to understand and communicate technical a