As Supervisor - Liat Repair Depot, you will supervise employees engaged in the testing and repair of biomedical equipment (small and/or large systems). You will supervise the material handling functions to provide support for both small and large analyzer systems. You will manage budgets and determined quality controls protocols, and department standards.
You will devote a significant amount of time to leading and managing employees. You will oversee the day-to-day operations for assigned work group or team. You will provide feedback to the manager on employees' work performance and have input into employment decisions. You will perform the work of those supervised, when needed. You will be responsible for managing a prescribed budget, training and development of staff, resource management, work assignments, interprets and ensures consistent application of organizational policies.
What You Do
Trains, coaches, counsels, develops and retains the members of the work group. Conducts performance management reviews and has input into salary reviews. Supervises the work of the Liat Repair Depot work group. Oversees the day-to-day operations of assigned employees. Is responsible for employment decisions with review by senior leadership. Provides assistance on technical issues and ensures effective communication of critical information to team.
Works with internal business units (i.e. product management), engineering, quality, procurement, supply chain and inventory control to coordinate business requirements and inventory management efficiently. Schedules production and manages the team’s activities to achieve planned goals by having proper inventory levels. Ensures that appropriate materials are stocked. Monitor inventory levels, and ensures accuracy is maintained on all parts located. Coordinates with internal departments to predict part issues and future requirements.
Analyzes and reports on customer feedback concerning instruments and part performance. Analyzes production metrics and makes adjustment to maintain planned cost and efficient levels.
Creates and maintains all documents and procedures to comply with ISO and regulatory requirements.
Ensures that all hours are reported and tracked to meet budgetary and planning goals.
Monitors quality standards, ensures all appropriate test equipment and tools are available to the work group, are of the appropriate quality and are maintained or calibrated within GMP/ISO standards. Leads process improvement initiatives and projects.
Who You Are
Associate’s degree in electronics or related technical field or equivalent military training
Knowledge and understanding of electronic theory and principles
4 years’ experience servicing, repairing, and maintaining moderately complex to complex biomedical equipment or equivalent experience
2+ years experience leading or supervising a work team or successful completion of management skills training
Knowledge of and experience using business management software
Strong computer skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, etc.
Knowledge of regulatory environment (i.e. FDA, GMP, ISO)
Effective written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrated organization and prioritization skills
Associate degree in Science, Logistics or Business related field is preferred with 4 years of experience, or equivalent combination of education and work-related experience.
2 years supervisory or leadership experience or successful completion of management skills training