SpecSys: Project Manager
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What does a Project Manager do for SpecSys?
The Project Manager has the primary responsibility for customer contact, scheduling product deliveries, adhering to predetermined project timelines during the manufacturing phase of a project. The ability to multi-task in a fast paced proto-type manufacturing environment is required. They should also possess knowledge of manufacturing processes and procedures.
As a Project Manager, some of your responsibilities and essential job functions will be:
- Maintain a clean and organized work environment
- Responsibility for all project documentation
- Research questions related to the fabrication, welding, painting and assembly of customer projects
- Communicate answers to shop floor personnel
- Coordinate delivery of outsourced components with the purchasing department to ensure vendor supplied parts are delivered in a timely manner
- Act as a primary focal point for customer contact during the manufacturing phase of a project
- Monitor manufacturing progress against predetermined time line milestones and advise management personnel of time line changes and ECO’s that take place during the course of a project
- Create shop floor work orders and properly structure Bills of Material (BOM) to reflect raw material assignments for in-house work or outsourcing sequences followed by in-house machining / welding / assembly / paint
- Ensure DXF files are created for laser and burn tables
The Project Manager should also:
- Have knowledge of raw material and manufacturing processes
- Have knowledge of global shop, Microsoft products, Blue printing reading, 2D & 3D software
- Be able to comfortably interact with Engineering, Manufacturing Operations, Sales, Clients and Quality
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The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.