COMPANY OVERVIEW: Symetrics Industries, a subsidiary of Extant Components Group, manufactures and supplies complex electronic assemblies to the DOD and international customers for military and commercial applications. Symetrics also provides licensing and obsolescence management services for legacy electronics systems. Symetrics is an FAA Part 21, FAA Part 145, ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100:2009 (Rev C) Certified Company. For additional information, please visit our website at www.symetrics.com
Manages, Leads, Maintains and Provides support and direction to the day to day operations of Symetrics Industries FAA Part 145 Repair Station
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
Provides leadership, management, and organization to team of product repair technicians, and material handlers in an electronics lab environment.
Develops and implements work processes, standards, and policies for work conducted by technicians to ensure high levels of production and regulatory compliance.
Communicates and works closely with FAA/Regulatory Compliance Manager, Accountable Manager, Engineers, and Quality Assurance regarding product issues and follows-up to make sure fixes are received and tested.
Advises upper management on product development issues arising from product problems identified through bench test and service repairs.
Works closely with Customer Service to increase customer satisfaction, and ensure orders and repairs are processed in a quality and timely manner.
Plans and schedules levels of support according to product release schedules and assists in final testing of new products.
Ensures that repair station equipment and tools are maintained in a serviceable condition to include required checks and calibrations. Also ensures that the repair station is clean and orderly.
Ensure the proper handling of parts, including any required special handling or preservation, and monitor the quality of the work during and after the repair process.
Manages repair station material planning and inventory control processes to meet delivery and financial goals.
Establishes and monitors key business metrics.
Ensures the repair and test of all articles and components is conducted in a quality and timely manner.
Develops a work environment of open and honest communications that will instill confidence and credibility by actively engaging with the workforce.
Leads by example; Exhibits enthusiasm and encourages a sense of urgency.
Supports the development and monitoring of pricing and warranty strategies.
Ensures repair technicians and repair station staff receives appropriate training.
Initiates purchase requisitions as required in support of repair stations operation.
Completes, maintains, and processes pertinent paperwork and records.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Manages, Leads, Maintains and Provides support and direction to the Repair Station staff on day to day operations of Symetrics Industries FAA Part 145 Repair Station.
EDUCATION AND EXPEREINCE: Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline, with 5 years’ experience preferred, or the equivalent related experience and/or education in component level avionics repair. Avionics Part 145 repair station experience required. Supervisory experience in electronic/electro-mechanical assembly and testing or repair required.
- MRP/ERP experience
- Experience in an ISO-9000 or AS-9100 business
- Experience in Lean principles and techniques such as “5S”
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Ability to think and act independently in an efficient manner.
Excellent time management and organizational skills.
LANGUAGE SKILLS: Strong demonstrated verbal and written communication skills. The individual must be capable of preparing and presenting detailed reports and procedures to management, vendors and customers, thus a high level of competence in both written and spoken English is required.
MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: The individual must be competent in mathematics necessary to perform the required calculations and to be able to understand technical papers and discussions.
COMPUTER SKILLS: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint. The individual should also possess a strong understanding of computer operations and operating systems.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Appropriate FAA airman certificate required.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The individual must be capable of carrying equipment up to 30 pounds for reasonable distances, to be able to type on a computer keyboard and to use a computer mouse or other suitable pointing device and to travel in automobiles or common air carriers for travel purposes. To the extent possible, accommodations to those incapable of meeting these requirements shall be provided.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: The primary work environment shall be in an office, FAA Part 145 electronics test laboratory and environmental test laboratory. The individual may be required to travel both within the US and throughout the world.
EOE/AA/Drug Free, VEVRAA Federal Contractor
Fax Resume to: Human Resources Fax: 321-308-4209 1615 W NASA Blvd Melbourne FL 32901 or visit the “Careers” tab on our Symetrics website: www.Symetrics.com
This contractor and subcontractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-300.5(a) and 41 CFR 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals on the basis of protected veteran status or disability, and requires affirmative action by covered prime contractors and subcontractors to employ and advance in employment qualified protected veterans and individuals with disabilities, and to treat qualified individuals without discrimination on the basis of their physical or mental disability.