Production Team Lead
Company: Ultra Electronics ICE
Posted on: April 17, 2019
POSITION: Production Team Lead
JOB ID: 113
# OF OPENINGS: 1
PURPOSE OF POSITION: To lead a team of 10-15 technicians with the
collaboration of other Team Leads and the Production Manager to
ensure the production schedule is met.
* Execute and coordinate employee training to ensure that
procedures are followed and meet all quality requirements.
* Use basic problem solving skills to ensure stable operation of
the work cell.
* Report problems or concerns with quality, processes, equipment,
materials and labor to Production Manager.
* Work closely with support staff such as Technicians, Engineering,
Production Manager, and Materials/Warehouse to identify and resolve
* Observe, maintain, coordinate and complete standard work.
* Update production metrics and facilitate regular team
* Identify and support continuous improvement efforts with
* Participate as an active member of the production assembly team
and assemble products.
* Follow documented policies and procedures as designated by the
company s Quality System.
* Follow detailed assembly instructions, processes and
* Complete required documentation relating to business or
* 2 years of leadership experience,
* 1 year of industry-relevant assembly.
* Flexibility in schedule to accommodate the needs of the business
and other members of the production department
* Maintain a clean and organized work area to facilitate
* Other duties as assigned.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENT: Must be able to visually inspect product or
parts through a microscope. Must pass eye exam (can wear glasses or
Ultra Electronics, ICE is a drug free workplace.
Ultra Electronics, ICE is a leader in commercial and military
aircraft aerospace systems & components. Ultra-ICE secured its
first contract in the aircraft industry in 1975 by designing and
manufacturing a state-of-the-art deicer timer for Cessna Aircraft
Company. Ultra- ICE continues that partnership today, while
continuing to expand our expertise and enlarge our client base as
an industry leader in ice protection controllers with dozens of
components operating on fixed and rotary wing aircraft all over the
world. Ultra-ICE helped lead the way in the design of electronic
control systems, designing its first microprocessor-based propeller
deicer controller that offered features such as ARINC communication
and BIT fault detection, along with intelligent default operation
and the recording and storing of all anomalies.
Since 1973 Ultra-ICE has been located in Manhattan, Kansas, home of
Kansas State University and the U.S. Army s Fort Riley. In 2014,
ICE was acquired by Ultra Electronics, the UK-based defense,
aerospace, cyber security, energy, and transportation products
group. Ultra manages a portfolio of specialist capabilities,
generating highly differentiated solutions and products by applying
electronic, mechanical, and software technologies in demanding and
critical environments to meet customer needs.
We offer medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance,
health savings accounts, paid time off, and a 401(k) plan with a
THIS CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL ABIDE BY THE REQUIREMENTS
OF 41 CFR 60 1.4(A), 60 300.5(A) AND 60 741.5(A). THESE REGULATIONS
PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS BASED ON
THEIR STATUS AS PROTECTED VETERANS OR INDIVIDUALS WITH
DISABILITIES, AND PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST ALL INDIVIDUALS
BASED ON THEIR RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, SEXUAL ORIENTATION,
GENDER IDENTITY OR NATIONAL ORIGIN. MOREOVER, THESE REGULATIONS
REQUIRE THAT COVERED PRIME CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS TAKE
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION TO EMPLOY AND ADVANCE IN EMPLOYMENT INDIVIDUALS
WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, SEXUAL ORIENTATION,
GENDER IDENTITY, NATIONAL ORIGIN, DISABILITY OR VETERAN STATUS.
Reasonable accommodation statement: If you need an accommodation
for any part of the application process, please email
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