Branch Manager

Overview / Responsibilities   Wood Automation and Controls is currently recruiting for a Branch Manager with extensive experience at our CEC Controls Chesterton Indiana Office.  This position includes planning, developing, analyzing, designing, implementing, training, and maintaining all facets of the organization with respect to the assigned remote facility.     U.S. Only: Authorization to work permanently in the U.S. without sponsorship required. Skills / Qualifications Education / Work Related Experience  BS Degree in Electrical Engineering or sixty (60) credit hours in Electrical Training. This position requires at least five (5) years experience in the electrical controls industry. Proven trouble shooting skills and knowledge of human resource fundamentals are a necessity. Individual must be able to perform engineering responsibilities with no difficulty. In addition, this position requires that the individual perform defined Administrative responsibilities with no difficulty as well as perform Branch Management duties.   The statements contained in this job description are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties performed. Travel is required in this position. Current Hours and Starting Time Full-time 40 hours per week, position. The starting time for this position is currently 8:00 am. Evening, weekend, and/or holiday hours may be required. Organizational Relationship Reports To :  Engineering Director Supervises :  Applications Engineer ;Senior Process Controls Engineer ;Senior Electrical Controls Engineer ;Chief Engineer Functions and Qualifications Performs related duties as required by company QOS Policies, Procedures and Instructions. Administrative Maintenance of employee welfare Employee reviews and monitoring Office scheduling Human resource management within remote facility Project Review Review Quote Review Job Specifications Resolve any Quote to Job Specification Differences System Architecture Investigate Non-Standard Material Control Panel Power Requirements/Distribution Overall System Description of Operations Coordination Customer Coordination including commercial issues Field Wiring Coordination CAD Coordination Shop Coordination Engineering Allocate Unit Specific EBM letters Review Specifications and Standard Practices Internal Hardwired and Logic Standards General Specification and Scope of Work Design Establish Non-Standard Designs Generate System Map Layout Generate Sequence of Operations Review Cycle Time Studies and dimension Switch Layouts Generate Design Package Approve Design Package Design Logic Enter Logic Approve Logic Design Smart Displays that include; Screens, PLC Logic and entering Descriptions Material Advance Material Order Specify Mod Box Material Write Mod Box Material EBMs Write Panel Material EBMs Approve Mod Box material EBMs Approve Panel Material EBMs Field Assist in Installation Debug Launch/Standby AsBuilts Gather baseline Data Per Spec Complete Quality Defect Report Complete Unit Clean Up Sheets Field Assist in Installation Debug Launch/Standby AsBuilts Gather baseline Data Per Spec Complete Quality Defect Report Complete Unit Clean Up Sheets Individual must be able to physically perform the following: Climb a 2 story ladder Walk a mile in 20 minutes Be able to cover, on foot, a reasonable distance on a job site Lift up to 30 lbs without difficulty All of the above items are to be accomplished while carrying a laptop computer 2018-32323
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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