The Manufacturing Manager performs work of considerable difficulty in directing, supervising and coordinating the manufacturing activities within the facility. There will be involvement in personnel policy decisions and responsibility for the facility’s adherence to Human Resources guidelines. The Manufacturing Manager will assist in determining the actual needs for material and equipment and make necessary contacts to various vendors to inquire about availability, prices and delivery. The Manufacturing Manager will be required to make daily inspections to ensure a smooth and effective operation, and the development and implementation of activities aimed at Continuous Improvement in the facility. The Manufacturing Manager is responsible for ensuring that manufacturing performance and efficiency goals are met and that appropriate workflows and assembly methods are used.
The Mechanical Engineer position is responsible for designing products from beginning-concept into the final market place. They begin by analyzing early industrial design concepts (or competitive literature/products) and assess possible manufacturing challenges and costs. They work closely with other company team members such as Electronic Engineers, Process Engineers, CNC Programmers, Purchasing and Planning to get the product and product timeline defined. From there, they create 3D CAD models as well as further written specifications and drawings. The Mechanical Engineer has a hands-on approach in building and testing early prototypes as well as guiding final production through manufacturing facilities (local or abroad). Also, they provide written final specifications for sales and marketing distribution as well as initial instructions and diagrams for final customer use. They perform a wide variety of tasks to support the research and development department including regular product trouble-shooting and investigation.
The Acoustical Engineer position is responsible for designing transducer, enclosure and loudspeaker/ microphone products from beginning-concept into the final market place. They work closely with other company team members such as Industrial Designers, Electronic Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Process Engineers, Manufacturing, Purchasing and Planning all the way through product realization. They provide written specifications for sales and marketing distribution as well as initial instructions and diagrams for customer use. They perform a wide variety of tasks to support the research and development department including regular product trouble-shooting, investigation and manufacturing support.
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