Freelance Lead Operations in the MEMS Foundry
In this role, you have the opportunity to
Lead Operations in the MEMS Foundry of the MEMS & Micro Devices group.
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You are responsible for
Leading the Engineering, Operations, Maintenance and Supply Chain activities in the MEMS Foundry to world-class operational excellence;
Hiring, supervising, developing, coaching, and evaluating MEMS Foundry personnel;
Delivering products on time with high quality and yield;
Optimizing production processes with respect to routing, supplies, equipment capacity and human resource levels;
Managing the cost and expenditures related to Operations in line with approved budgets;
Preparing multi-year manufacturing operation and investment plans to lead the manufacturing organization to the highest level of operational performance;
Leading the development and continuous improvement of the way of working, the manufacturing processing methods and the equipment availability;
Contributing to the implementation and operation of effective Supply Chain and IT processes and systems for MEMS & Micro Devices;
Driving activities related to sustain and improve safety and to maintain commitment to environmental and quality regulations.
You are part of
The Director Operations reports to the Head of MEMS & Micro Devices, in Philips Engineering Solutions. You will be a management team member of MEMS & Micro Devices. Your direct reports include the managers that are responsible for the groups Process Engineering & Maintenance MEMS, Operations MEMS, Supply Chain Management and IT. This includes about 65 direct and indirect reports.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
B.Sc. or M.Sc. degree in a technical discipline relevant to the industry (physics, materials science, chemical engineering, electronics);
Experience as Operations Director/Manager, preferably experience as manager of managers;
Many years of experience within the MEMS or semiconductor industry, in operations, manufacturing and/or engineering functions;
Knowledge of common IT and Supply Chain Management systems in the Semicon or MEMS industry;
Proven experience with and knowledge of structural improvement methodologies (DMAIC, DfSS);
Knowledge of and experience with LEAN manufacturing;
Knowledge of ISO standards ISO9001, ISO13485 and work according to the Quality Management System;
Excellent communication and presentation skills, at different levels in the organization;
Good interpersonal skills and team player;
Drive and initiative to make a positive impact in the organization;
Experience with change management in a manufacturing organization;
Strong customer focus.