Director - Operations, Print Technology

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Company Background:

HP Inc. launched as a new publicly listed Fortune 100 company in 2015. We are the global leaders in Printing and Personal Computing. We are enabling the next industrial revolution through 3D Printing.

Backed by nearly 50,000 employees and drawing from a 76-year legacy of engineered innovation, the reinvented HP Inc. aims to create a world where technology works around the needs of society and adapts to every business and person, to their context and environment, helping them move from ideation to creation effortlessly and naturally.

We approach this challenge with the heart and energy of a startup coupled with the brain, muscle and determination of a Fortune 100 corporation.

We intend to amaze through the people we hire, the technology we create, the experiences we enable, and the way we treat our customers and each other.

We are reinventors. We move at the speed of curiosity and we are not afraid of failure but of mediocrity.

HP is ranked among the Top Companies to work for. Our recognitions include, One of the World's Most Attractive Employers by Universum Global, One of the Top Companies for Women Technologists by Anita Borg Institute, One of Top 10 Fortune 500 Companies Millennials are most excited to work for by SurveyMonkey, and Working Mother 100 Best Companies for 27 years. . Furthermore, HP has received two consecutive Diversity Leader Awards from Profiles in Diversity Journal. HP was also awarded the Gold Medal by World Environment Center for International Corporate Achievement in Sustainable Development.

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Position Highlights:

The Director of Advanced Technology Products Operations oversees the management of all areas of manufacturing, test and prototyping to produce products on schedule while meeting the highest standards of safety, quality and cost objectives.

Directs and monitors manufacturing managers and supervisors to create and execute goals of the manufacturing plan. This will require working closely with the Process, Equipment, Industrial, Facility and Quality engineering teams, and Production Control.

Coaches and develops staff to build their leadership skills and functional knowledge.

Ensures resources such as manpower, equipment efficiency, capacity and materials are aligned to achieve manufacturing goals.

Acts as a liaison between department management/subordinate levels, as well senior leadership to inform personnel of communications, decisions, policies and all matters that affect their performance and results.

Enhances safety and quality programs to exceed company standards.

Leads and fosters a culture of continuous improvement, employee engagement and open communications.

Drives a culture of reward, recognition, respect and professionalism.

Works closely with engineering teams to ensure development and rollout of new technologies is successful in the factory.

Takes corrective action as necessary on a timely basis and in accordance with company policy.

Ensures compliance with current federal, state and local regulations. Consults with EHSS and HR as appropriate.

Assists leadership team in the development and formulation of short and long-range planning, policies, programs and objectives.

Works with worldwide operations teams to share knowledge and drive best practices.

Qualifications

  • Minimum Bachelor's degree in a technical field such as Industrial Engineering or Manufacturing Engineering.
  • The ideal candidate will have 10+ years of experience in operations management, preferably in a process as well as capital intensive oriented operations and/or related industry.
  • Requires a minimum of 5 years of experience managing a significant segment of a large manufacturer or the entire operation of a smaller manufacturer.
  • Excellent oral and written communication with knowledge of MS Office
  • Strong interpersonal skills, proactive approach, ability to work under pressure, demonstrated organizational and time management abilities.
  • Strong initiative and leadership, analytical problem solving skills.
  • Lean manufacturing background is preferred.
  • Experience with strategic planning and conceptual skills.


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