Vice General Manager
Supervises direct reporting staff. Manages overall production operations including Bump and Die Sales Division. Establishes and implements departmental policies, goals, objectives, and procedures and assigns duties. Reviews daily production reports, which include key performance indicators such as production volume, yield, inventory, on time delivery, and other performance data to measure productivity and goal achievement and to determine areas needing cost reduction and program improvement. Drives Operations Managers and cross-functional teams to initiate and execute continuous improvement plan. Attends daily Material Review Board (MRB) meeting to review daily quality issues and drive internal action plan to be created to solve problems. Determines staffing requirements and oversees the interviewing and hiring of new employees including manufacturing technicians, process technicians, production leads, and equipment engineers. Monitors staff performance including performance reviews. Manages Accounting department. Directs and coordinates organization's financial and budget activities to fund operations and increase efficiency. Reviews weekly and monthly financial reports, including revenue, cost, profit and cash flow, and identifies opportunities to reduce cost and increase profit. Reviews and authorizes weekly payment to vendors. Manage Purchasing department. Initiates cost saving programs and drives cross-functional team to implement actions. Reviews and authorizes purchasing requests. Reviews the current expenditures on materials and services, and drives the Engineering, Operations, and Purchasing teams to introduce new suppliers or alternative materials and services in order to cut cost. Meets with major material and service vendors. Represents organization’s management in purchase negotiations for contracts.
A Master’s degree or foreign equivalent in Engineering, Business, or closely related technical field and 3 years of experience managing operations in the semiconductor manufacturing field including 3 years of experience managing cross-functional projects in manufacturing, or supply chain, or logistics; driving continuous improvement for operations; managing people; managing suppliers, including supplier selection and introduction of new material, process, and service; and conducting financial or cost analysis required. Will accept a Bachelor’s degree and 6 years of experience in lieu of a Master’s degree and 3 years of experience. 10% travel to parent company in Asia to attend operational meetings required.Interested candidates, please send resume to: email@example.com