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Test IE Manager


Job Type

Full Time, Permanent

Work Mode


Job description

As an Industrial Engineering Manager, you will be responsible for leading and managing the activities of a Capacity Planning / Industrial Engineering section, you are responsible to analyzes work force utilization, facility layout, and operational data, such as production costs, to determine efficient utilization of workers and equipment. To plans utilization of Resources, equipment, materials, and personnel to improve efficiency of operations. To collect information from all appropriate sources and organize the information to make planning recommendations to leadership team. To reviews work orders and staffing plans while making calculations to help determine what resources are needed and how to allot them.

Responsibilities and Tasks

Direct and Control Staff

  • Personnel and resource management

  • Maintain professional work environment

  • Recruit, train, and motivate staff to ensure they carry out their responsibilities to

  • Gather input from supervisor and manage groups on staffing needs

  • Set priorities to provide balanced support among Production, Engineering, and E.S.

  • Hold group and individuals accountable for decisions and performance

Capacity modelling, Management and Improvements

  • Build and maintain assembly capacity model

  • Drive capacity improvement projects such as UPH improvement to maximize asset

  • Plan and validate equipment throughput, uptime; bottleneck identification and

  • Perform capacity scenario studies for production ramp and site optimization

Cost modelling, Management and Improvements

  • Build and maintain assembly cost model

  • Administer assembly Opex and Capex processes

  • Analyze assembly cost and drive cost reduction programs to continually reduce

  • Perform productivity studies and improve man machine ratio for the site

Layout Management

  • Assembly layout planning and tool space optimization to achieve maximum assembly

  • Perform layout scenario studies for new line / expansion

Productivity and Benchmarking

  • Participate in assembly productivity improvements and deploy lean manufacturing

  • Perform inter-site and industrial benchmarking to seek out best practices and


  • Should be an advanced / experienced user of tools such as AutoCAD, MS

    Excel/Access to perform complex data analysis

  • Familiar with throughput calculations, capacity bottleneck, utilization and

    optimization strategies and methods

  • Understands basic operations of a manufacturing plant, ability to generate relevant

    IE indices/reports in relation to manufacturing

  • Knowledge of basic factory cost structure, capex process and cost reduction


  • Experience in layout planning (Equipment/utilities), equipment move in/out

  • Should have experience with process flow diagrams, time studies, method/work

    study and/or other performance analysis methodologies

  • Lean/Six Sigma experience and qualifications can be an advantage

  • Should be proficient in PowerPoint and have experience with management

    presentations / public speaking

  • Exposure or experience working with multifunctional teams, projects and


  • Has good inter-personal skill and positive attitude


The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature, and level, of the work performed by this position. It is not designed to contain, or be interpreted, as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required.

We invite interested candidates to write-in with CV and regret that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for a discussion.

Lee Shiow Chyn

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