Hunter Engineering

Electronics Supervisor

Category
Management
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

Hunter Engineering Company is a global leader in the development and manufacture of automotive service equipment. Our computer based products set the standard in the industry. We are currently seeking a full-time,  Electronics Supervisor for our Raymond, MS Electronics facility.

This position will be responsible to the Plant Manager for meeting aggressive production requirements while maintaining high expectations in Safety, Quality, and Productivity. 

Please include minimum salary requirements, along with your resume, in order to be considered. Hunter Engineering Company offers an excellent health and benefit package, along with an exceptional drug-free working environment. To learn more about Hunter Engineering, please visit our website at www.hunter.com.

Responsibilities

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Direct hourly workforce of approximately 20 PCB/Cable assemblers to meet company/departmental objectives, including high standards in Quality, Safety, and Productivity
  • Provide training and cross-training for all employees to ensure a versatile workforce
  • Complete all routine paperwork, reports, and schedules in accordance with company/departmental objectives
  • Effectively communicate with peers, subordinates, and management
  • Support and implement management philosophy and vision
  • Contribute and make recommendations to control and reduce departmental and overall costs

Qualifications

Required Skills 

  • 2-5 years supervisory experience in a manufacturing environment required
  • Hand soldering skills
  • Basic computer skills
  • Strong planning and organizational skills
  • Analytical and decision making abilities
  • Mechanical and Electronic troubleshooting skills
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Superb people skills at both hourly and staff levels
  • College degree preferred

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