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Master Production Scheduler

Master Production Scheduler

Reports To:     Operations Manager

FLSA Status:   Exempt

Internal Title:  Master Production Scheduler

Date Revised:  August 2019

Scope:             Americas

Location:         Littleton

Department:    Operations

Summary

The Master Production Scheduler reviews product demand and schedule the production on the assembly lines and the machine shop, to meet internal and external customer demand which includes make to order (internal and external), master schedule and make-to-stock orders. As product demand, component availability, and capacity availability changes, the Master Production Scheduler adjusts the schedule accordingly and communicates updated delivery information to all necessary parties and helps determining manpower, equipment and raw materials needed to cover production demand. The Master Production Scheduler is a subject matter expert in Enterprise Resources Planning and Master Production Scheduling.

 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  1. Review and analyze information within various modules (MRP, cycle counts, push-pull report, exception reports, etc) and release work orders to manufacturing (assembly lines / machine shop) in support of these requirements.
  2. Coordinate, prioritize, schedule, and adjust work orders throughout the production cycle to meet internal and external requirements (assembly lines / machine shop).
  3. Monitor jobs to ensure they will finish on time and according to the production order and router (assembly lines / machine shop).
  4. Coordinate with Operations to manage (expediting, tracking, and reporting) at a work center level to ensure capacity to achieve the internal and external customer OTD requirements (assembly lines / machine shop).
  5. Evaluate, maintain and update our MRP system data and parameters; validate accuracy of production orders and report discrepancies to Operations and Supply Chain teams (assembly lines / machine shop).
  6. Ability to diagnose and solve inventory shortages and overages/excesses that are found during cycle counts (assembly lines / machine shop).
  7. Verify that availability of raw materials, components and manufacturing lead times are accurate and will meet customer requirements, if a discrepancy is identified the Master Production Scheduler will notify and escalate it to the Senior Buye (assembly lines / machine shop).
  8. Prepare, develop, coordinate, and integrate all levels of production plans and schedules (assembly lines / machine shop).
  9. Partner with other parties (Purchasing, Customer Service, Manufacturing, Engineering, etc.) to ensure plans and schedules are accurately and comprehensively executed and achieved (assembly lines / machine shop).
  10. Support the organization on Engineering Change Process (ECOs), making sure the Planning and Scheduling processes are correct, if a discrepancy is identified the Production Planner / Scheduler will notify the Change Coordinator and / or other parties involved.
  11. Drive continuous improvement initiatives to establish and sustain a Lean culture on the planning and scheduling side including level loading processes such as Kanban and Pull Systems.
  12. Act as a team player by supporting and contributing to others in a positive manner to achieve the organization’s goals and objectives. Resolve grievances utilizing appropriate channels and in a professional manner.
  13. Flexible with work hours and available to work off-shift if required.
  14. Perform all other duties or projects as assigned.

 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities (for Planner only)

  1. Release PO for Outside Process such as Passivation, Anodize, Crush Grind, Laser Weld, etc.
  2. Coordinate with the Inventory Supervisor and Purchasing to track Outside Process POs to achieve the internal and external customer OTD requirements.
  3. Update FIFO rails for machine shop.
  4. Create rework orders for internal and external NCMs.
  5. Coordinate with Quality to create/update inspection sheets for new or existing components.

 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities (for Scheduler only)

  1. Review and analyze information within various modules (MRP, cycle counts, push-pull report, exception reports, etc) and release work orders to glass shop in support of these requirements.
  2. Coordinate, prioritize, schedule, and adjust work orders throughout the production cycle to meet internal and external requirements for glass shop.
  3. Monitor jobs to ensure they will finish on time and according to the production order and router for glass shop.
  4. Coordinate with Operations to manage (expediting, tracking, and reporting) at a work center level to ensure capacity to achieve the internal and external customer OTD requirements for glass shop.
  5. Evaluate, maintain and update our MRP system data and parameters; validate accuracy of production orders and report discrepancies to Operations and Supply Chain teams for glass shop.
  6. Evaluate customer forecast and enter information into MRP system for Master Scheduling process.
  7. Establish an integrated schedule, manage schedule status, perform critical path analysis and perform schedule analysis; communicate to management and customer.

 

Qualifications

Education and Experience

  1. Bachelor’s degree in related field or 5+ years of related work experience in a Production Control/Planning environment using an integrated MRP System.
  2. 5+ years using MRP Systems (JD Edwards Preferred)
  3. 5+ years of related experience in Demand Planning, Supply Planning, Inventory Planning, Master Production Scheduling, Sales Forecasting, Materials Management, Warehouse Management, Customer Service, Logistics/Distribution
  4. APICS or CPIM preferred

 

Skills and Competencies

  1. Excellent problem-solving skills required. Manufacturing background a plus. Able to address and resolve ambiguity; prioritize, multi-task and work independently.
  2. High level of analytical ability where problems are complex.
  3. Demonstrated ability on Lean Manufacturing tools (VSM, Kanban, Pull System, JIT, etc). Proficient in leading pull implementations at various levels of the Supply Chain (External and Internal Suppliers)
  4. Strong organizational skills and knowledge of manufacturing processes as they relate to material flow, excellent at managing data at a detail level
  5. Aptitude for understanding and participating in technical discussions on assigned components in the context of materials planning and production issues.
  6. Ability to work in a fast paced, growth-oriented and time-critical environment.

 

Computers and Technology

  1. Proficient with MS Office Suite, with a strong focus on Excel.

 

Supervisory Responsibilities

This position has no supervisory responsibilities

 

Work Environment and Physical Demands

The work environment characteristics and physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

  • Regularly sit, stand and walk for up to 12 hours with intermittent breaks.
  • Occasionally lift and/or move up to 45 pounds.
  • Visual Color Discrimination - The ability to match or detect differences between colors, including shades of color and brightness
  • Manual Dexterity - The ability to quickly make coordinated movements of one hand, a hand together with its arm, or two hands to grasp, manipulate, or assemble items
  • Finger Dexterity - The ability to make precisely coordinated movements of the fingers of one or both hands to grasp, manipulate, or assemble very small objects
  • Wrist-Finger Speed - The ability to make fast, simple, repeated movements of the fingers, hands, and wrists
  • Extent Flexibility - The ability to bend, stretch, twist, or reach out with the body, arms, and/or legs
  • This position requires repeated movement
  • Vision — the ability to see details at close range (within a few feet of the observer).
  • Hearing at 100% (or corrected)

 

Health, Safety and Environmental

Employees are responsible for the Health, Safety, and Welfare of themselves, the environment and other people.  All employees must comply with HSE training and instructions, help to maintain a safe & clean working environment, and use any Personal Protective Equipment provided by the Company.

 

Employees must report any accidents, incidents, and near misses to management. Additionally, employees are expected to notify management of any dangerous or potentially dangerous situations or practices.

Please send resumes to: [email protected]

 

Senior Buyer

Senior Buyer

 

Reports To:     Operations Manager

FLSA Status:   Exempt

Internal Title:  Senior Buyer

Date Revised:  August 2019

Scope:             Americas

Location:         Littleton

Department:    Operations

HR Approval:  

 

Summary

The Senior Buyer will provide day to day tactical procurement support for the purchase of materials, components, services, and supplies in support of the manufacturing operation. Provide procurement support to ensure the use of suppliers of best performance relative to quality, on-time delivery, total cost and service.  Individual must be able to effectively and efficiently communicate information internally and externally. This individual will purchase components and materials from external suppliers as well as inter-company suppliers.  Additionally, the Senior Buyer will provide support for strategic sourcing by assessing current supplier base and developing future purchase strategies and actions to proactively reduce total cost and optimize performance. The Senior Buyer is responsible for supplier quality and development.

 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

 

  1. Negotiate contracts with suppliers and conduct buy negotiations.
  2. Lead in managing supplier performance by addressing issues such as rejections and quality problems and supplier requested schedule changes. Own all supplier performance metrics.
  3. Lead supplier consolidation and rationalization efforts.
  4. Determine material requirements from production schedules and prepare purchase order and bid requests to ensure efficient movement of materials.
  5. Develop, establish, and maintain supplier performance measurements as needed to support the objectives of the divisions.
  6. Communicate company requirements (price, delivery, specification revision) via timely and accurate transmission of purchase orders and change orders to suppliers.
  7. Participate in Material Review Board meetings.
  8. Configure/improve logistics routes to balance the needs of the business and optimize total cost.
  9. Manage any change of suppliers, including the transfer of tooling, in those instances where current supplier(s) have not demonstrated an ability to meet expectations for performance.
  10. Source new components, negotiate pricing, procure parts for production builds and manage material flow to ensure timelines are met.
  11. Update ERP data (supplier lead times, pricing, economic order quantities (EOQ), pay terms, FOB terms, etc).
  12. Provide pertinent and timely information to suppliers such as demand forecasts (as provided by planning) to assist suppliers in their capacity and material planning.
  13. Review potential shortages and expedite delivery of goods. Notify scheduling of unavoidable shortages, including delivery schedule which will end the shortage condition.
  14. Plan and manage inventory position and inventory turns.
  15. Review inventory for overstocks and cancel/reduce orders where necessary.
  16. Procure all tool modifications, refurbishments or replacement tooling for production parts.
  17. Work with Engineering to resolve any tool related issues.
  18. Develop suppliers to improve delivery and reduce quality issues for production parts. Identify and implement new suppliers where existing suppliers are not capable of meeting requirements.
  19. Follow up with suppliers to ensure Corrective Action Requests are acceptable and returned on or before the due date.
  20. Work to maintain or lower the total cost of procurement. When cost increases arise, quote products with alternate suppliers to avoid increases. 
  21. Seek out savings opportunities through tooling modifications/new tooling with the help of Engineering as needed.
  22. Participate in derivative and NPI projects as assigned.
  23. Support and adhere to divisional and corporate policies and procedures.
  24. Supervise and support the Buyer I
  25. Other duties/projects as assigned.

 

Qualifications

Education and Experience

  1. Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university.
  2. Minimum 4 years of related experience
  3. Experience in a manufacturing environment

 

Skills and Competencies

  1. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals and policies and procedures.
  2. Ability to write reports, business correspondence procedures and work instructions.
  3. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from managers, peers and vendors
  4. Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, proportions and percentages.
  5. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
  6. Thorough understanding of MRP logic, schedules & typical MRP system features.
  7. Basic technical design, process repeatability, and GD&T understanding
  8. Preferred prior supervisory experience

 

Computers and Technology

Proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint)

JD Edwards preferred

 

Certifications

APICS CPIM certification preferred

 

Supervisory Responsibilities

Supervise Buyer I


Work Environment and Physical Demands

The work environment characteristics and physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Office environment involves:

  • Constant standing, sitting, and walking.
  • Daily administrative tasks require constant use of eye, hand, and finger coordination for accurate typing, paperwork, and other tasks.
  • Daily speaking and listening.
  • Occasional bending, reaching and twisting at waist.
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.

 

 

Health, Safety and Environmental

Employees are responsible for the Health, Safety, and Welfare of themselves, the environment and other people.  All employees must comply with HSE training and instructions, help to maintain a safe & clean working environment, and use any Personal Protective Equipment provided by the Company.

 

Employees must report any accidents, incidents, and near misses to management. Additionally, employees are expected to notify management of any dangerous or potentially dangerous situations or practices.

Please send resumes to: [email protected]

Materials Manager

Company Description:  Our client is a respected multi-national industrial manufacturer with a plant in Pueblo, CO.  They manufacture engineered products and are committed to promoting a culture of continuous improvement through the use of an enterprise-wide lean operating system.

Job Description:  The Materials Manager will report to the Plant Manager.  He/she will be responsible for all production scheduling, materials planning, materials control, materials strategy, and all materials project initiatives.  This position is also a key enabler of lean and continuous improvement in the plant.  In addition, this position is accountable for the materials department indirect labor productivity.  Key performance indicators for this position are inventory turns, on-time shipping to requested date and/or order fill rate, and days past due.

Requirements:
•        Bachelor of Science Degree in business or engineering discipline desired.  MBA preferred.
•        APICS certification in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) required or hiring commitment to obtain in first 18 months of employment.
•        5+ years of experience in the integrated functions of materials management in a manufacturing environment that has embraced lean concepts.
•        3+ years of experience in a managerial role focusing on standardizing planning and execution, reducing sourcing complexity, and talent development.
•        Experience with rate-based or flow line (non-MRP) and job shop manufacturing environments.
•        Experience in operations, inventory management, MRP and lean manufacturing processes.
•        Experience with visual management systems.
•        Must be a proactive change agent and possess leadership skills to build and maintain a team-oriented environment.
•        In-depth knowledge of computerized integrated information systems (manufacturing, materials management, production planning, procurement and distribution) and a superior understanding of manufacturing material flow in a plant.
•        Must possess a strong customer service orientation and provide dedicated support of internal customer requirements.
•        Must have solid interpersonal skills with the ability to motivate staff and to interact with various departments throughout the organization.
•        Must be a flexible, decisive, and proactive problem solver.
•        Must know how to influence bottom line results.
•        Must be a strong communicator and possess strong organizational skills with ability to work on multiple priorities at once.
•        Must be able to work well in high pressure, fast-paced environment and be proficient at conflict resolution.
•        Must be proficient in information technology systems utilized in Materials Management.

Compensation:
•        Competitive base salary, bonus and benefits comprise total package.

Why consider the opportunity?
•        Company has a fantastic reputation as an employer and is a market leader.
•        The business is healthy and growing.
•        True opportunity to leverage experience with continuous improvement and impact operations; there’s low-hanging fruit.
•        Leadership is aligned with the lean culture and supportive of goals.
•        This is a critical role in the organization.  They are going through a cultural transformation and require a leader who can be a change agent and align people to common goals.
•        Very desirable area in which to live.  Pueblo is in close proximity to Colorado Springs and about 100 miles south of Denver.  It’s an affordable place to live with fantastic outdoor recreation.  The downtown area is going through a revitalization.
•        Compensation package is attractive with great relocation benefits for those who would need to relocate.


Reply to Ann Sylvia @ [email protected]

Logistics Coordinator

Logistics Coordinator- Centennial, CO

Air Methods - Centennial, CO 80112

 

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Job Summary
Responsible for fostering a productive work environment while assisting in daily operations within the Logistics Center. Plays a critical role in support of field aircraft operations in picking, shipping, receiving, storing, and testing of inventory, and special tools; to and from vendors or field bases.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities include the following:

  • Picking, shipping and receiving of parts, supplies, and special tools for support of field bases.
  • Parts Processing: Processing of Ramco generated Material Movement Documents for aircraft parts, goods and/or supplies for field maintenance facilities and local shops.
  • Parts Shipping: Works closely with scheduling high priority (counter to counter) shipments with various carriers while ensuring that parts are delivered by requested due dates to aircraft undergoing maintenance.
  • Budgetary: Requests and adheres to departmental budgets for office and shipping supplies while also adhering to budgetary guidelines for expenses associated with freight and movement of materials within the Air Methods organization
  • Quality Control: Adheres to quality control and compliance with all FAA, SOX, and DOD regulations. Maintains the Logistics Center in a neat and organized manner, ensuring a safe work environment.
  • Inventory Administration: Partners with Corporate Inventory Administration by conducting scheduled cycle counts of inventory while ensuring accuracy by monitoring labeling, bin assignments, and movement of inventory within the organization.
  • Inventory Receiving: Performs receipts of aircraft parts, goods and/or supplies from approved vendors ordered on a company purchase or repair order within the Ramco software system.
  • Entry of data into Ramco Aviation Software Systems.
  • Performs counts and bay maintenance of inventory. Identifies and formulates root cause for discrepancies.
  • Other duties as assigned, to include safe operations in compliance with Air Methods Safety Management System (SMS) and participation in Air Methods 6S lean initiative for organization and cleanliness of assigned work areas.

Additional Job Requirements

  • Regular scheduled attendance
  • Indicate the percentage of time spent traveling: 0%

Subject to applicable laws and Air Method’s policies, regular attendance is an essential function of the position. All employees must follow Air Methods’ employment practices and policies.

Supervisory Responsibilities

This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

Qualifications:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. In accordance with applicable laws, Air Methods will provide reasonable accommodations that do not create an undue burden so disabled employees may perform the essential functions of the position.

Education & Experience

  • High School diploma or general education degree (GED) and one to three years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Associates Degree preferred.
  • Minimum two (2) years aviation and/or parts/logistics operations experience.
  • Ability to operate a Fork Lift and pass a certification of operation test after initial OSHA training


Skills

  • Problem solving skills. Must be able to count.
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal.
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent organizational skills, detail oriented ability to prioritize and make conscious business decisions.
  • Dependable and self-motivated

Ability to be a team player with a professional attitude

Computer Skills

  • Data Entry
  • Advanced Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook


Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

  • Forklift Certification Preferred


Air Methods is an EEO/AA employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Supply Chain Manager-Air Comm Corporation

Supply Chain Manager

Summary:

Responsible for overseeing and managing the supply chain and planning operations to maximize efficiency and minimize the cost of organization's supply chain. The Supply Chain Manager will support local site production through effective and timely material planning and purchasing. Ensures that project/department milestones/goals are met and adheres to approved budgets. This position will implement and manage purchasing along with managing current and future supply base. Working directly with sales, operations and manufacturing team to support daily, weekly, and monthly requirements ensuring purchasing processes are deployed and ingrained throughout business processes. Supports all sourcing, continual improvement, obsolescence, supplier integration, VMI and supplier foot print reduction activities and initiatives.  As a significant user of the ERP system, participates in the data integrity of the system, its upkeep and improvement with IT.

 

Key Accountabilities:

Lead, Manage and Hold Accountable - 30%

Accountable for the management and development of direct reports to ensure job satisfaction and growth.

 

Supply Chain Management - 20%

Accountable to monitor and ensure that Supply Chain departments operate effectively and meet the organizations goals and objectives.

 

Supplier Approval/Management - 10%

Accountable to ensure that the selection, approval and monitoring of suppliers reduces the cost and risk to the organization.

 

Planning - 20%

Accountable for the development and control of the Master Production Schedule to ensure delivery commitments are met.

 

Quality Conformance - 5%

Accountable to ensure the quality products throughout all processes.

 

Collaboration5%

Accountable for collaborating with Production, Sales, Engineering, and Logistics to ensure that schedule issues are addressed in a timely manner.

 

Continuous Improvement –10%

Accountable to integrate continuous improvement into the department by seeking to improve processes and procedures.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead, Manage and Hold Accountable - 30%

  1. Maintain the company culture and values by role modeling and coaching the desired behavior.
  2. Develop and manage direct reports, use open door policy and give real time feedback on performance.
  3. Conduct one-on-one meetings every month to coach, correct and recognize behaviors.
  4. Conduct quarterly/annual performance reviews with direct staff.
  5. Ensure that all employees have a performance improvement/personal development plan to improve department's overall performance.
  6. Directly oversee all performance issues and progressive discipline practices.
  7. Collaborate and partner with the Human Resource Manager and/or Director of Operations to ensure that fair management practices are being followed.
  8. Collaborate and partner with the Human Resource Manager and/or Director of Operations to assess individual compensation and ensure that all employees are paid according to their performance.
  9. Grow the supply chain teams’ capability and capacities to not only meet the production schedules but to act as a team in order to meet the key deliverables of the company.
  1. Communicate company goals and objectives to staff.
  2. Work with the Human Resources Manager on recruitment, hiring, development, evaluation, promotion and termination of team members in accordance with human resources policies.

 

Supply Chain Management - 20%

  1. Perform long term planning to ensure that Supply Chain grows their capabilities to meet strategic objectives long term.
  2. Manage the department budget to ensure that cost targets are met.
  3. Manage and directly supervise daily activities to drive execution and schedule adherence.
  4. Ensure that individual work outcomes are complete and accurate and meet the standards set by the organization.
  5. Manage overtime and staffing requirements in order to meet cost and productivity targets.
  6. Develop training and proficiency plans for all facets of the quality process.
  7. Manage daily communication and collaboration through the supply chain team “huddles”.
  8. Establish metrics for monitoring safety, quality, cost, and team/individual morale. 
  9. Provide technical oversight and directions as required, to assist in troubleshooting or root cause analysis on difficult problems.
  1. Monitor performance of the department against the key metrics and take corrective action as necessary.

 

Supplier Approval/Management - 10%

  1. Review supplier qualifications, rating and risk analysis for addition to the approved supplier list.
  2. Oversee the supplier files and ratings entry into the ERP system to ensure access to records.
  1. Manage supplier visits assessing risks and pre-determined audit schedule and assign resources for required visits.
  2. Collaborate with Quality to ensure that supplier corrective actions are monitored to closure to ensure the supplier continues to be approved.
  1. Communicate with suppliers on performance and cost issues.
  2. Review and submit supplier contracts, including submitting NDA’s as required.
  3. Continually examine the market for more competitive suppliers.
  4. Oversee cost management of the supplier to ensure the products and projects remain in budget.
  1. Initiate long term supplier agreements and review with Operations Director and owners for approval.

 

Planning - 20%

  1. Work with Executive Leadership and Management, Sales, and Project Engineers to determine program schedules and key priorities.
  2. Develop and manage the Master Production Schedule to ensure on-time-delivery is met.
  3. Facilitate the scheduling meeting and troubleshoot critical path items to ensure schedules can be met.
  4. Track action items from scheduling meeting and work with stakeholders to close action items.
  5. Continually monitor for shortages and work with Purchasing to close out.
  6. Attend the Planning meeting weekly to review the schedule with production to ensure priorities are set.
  7. Collaborate with Sales to obtain forecast data to input into the Master Production Schedule.
  8. Develop the schedule and present in the SIOP meeting with management.
  9. Oversee the maintenance of the BOM hierarchy in the ERP system to ensure its accuracy.

 

Quality Conformance - 5%

  1. Ensure that all supply chain personnel become familiar with and understand all procedure changes and instructions.
  2. Ensure that all Supply Chain procedures are followed to drive quality outcomes and ensure quality controls.
  3. Provide resources to perform root cause analysis for corrective and preventive actions identified in the department.

 

Collaboration - 5%

  1. Collaborate with Production, Logistics, Sales and Shipping to ensure daily shipments are met.
  2. Collaborate with Purchasing to ensure long lead items are identified and material is available.
  3. Collaborate with Engineering on understanding project schedules and the target hand-off to Sustaining Engineering.

 

Continuous Improvement- 10%

  1. Maintain effective communication through department “huddles” on a weekly basis to surface improvement opportunities and issues that need addressed.
  2. Maintain and improve the supply chain process flows and processes to drive for zero quality issues and lead time reduction for production due dates.
  3. Communicate with the Leadership team through the constraint operation meeting to provide them with the information required to drive improvements to cost and quality issues.
  4. Leverage Lean tools to drive continuous improvement.

 

Company Values-

Integrity

  • We do the right things when no one is looking
  • Personal Integrity is non-negotiable

Excellence

  • We don’t put “Air Comm” on anything that does not meet our standards.
  • Excellence is a habit and it is comprehensive applicable to every aspect of our business
  • We are constantly looking for ways to improve

Aggressiveness

  • We continually seek ways to improve our products and processes, gain new opportunities and exploit the market

 

Customer First

  • We put ourselves in the customer’s shoes or boots and act accordingly

 

Teamwork

  • There is no “US and Them” anywhere in the company. There is only US!
  • We work Together to accomplish the mission

 

Pride

  • In our company and in ourselves. We demonstrate pride in big things and small things
  • We are professionals!

 

We Have Fun!

  • We work hard and play hard

 

Self-Examination

  • We do not become complacent, we are always self critiquing.
  • Best Idea wins
  • No pride of authorship or jealousy

Apply directly to: http://www.aircommcorp.com/employment-opportunities