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At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Manufacturing Engineer to join Ortronics, Inc., a Legrand company. What Will You Do?- Design, improve, maintains, and implement processes (equipment, machines, fixtures, etc.) to meet operational needs through monitoring, feedback from manufacturing leaders, supervisors, maintenance activities, operators, and personal observation. Establishes and maintains effective preventive maintenance schedules for all processes.- Develops manufacturing process plans which meet all manufacturing requirements for safety, ergonomics, process capability, quality, and cost. Presents process concept proposals and implements approved processes on schedule and within budget. Promotes lean manufacturing, participates in/leads process improvement initiatives and identifies improvement opportunities for safety, cost, ergonomics, quality, and process capability improvements.- Monitors and assures assigned processes are and continue to be compliant with all safety, environmental, and regulatory requirements. Audits both administrative and engineering controls. Communicates findings, takes corrective action and designs/implements engineered solutions when appropriate to maintain effective compliance.- Monitors quality of production and assures assigned processes are capable of producing at or above required quality levels. Performs root cause analyses, takes corrective action, and designs/implements engineered solutions when appropriate to maintain effective compliance.- Develops and documents manufacturing methods. Plans and establishes a sequence of operations to fabricate and assemble parts or products so as to promote efficient utilization. Drafts and designs layout of equipment, materials, and workspace to illustrate maximum efficiency. Assures all documentation is archived and maintained in accordance with standard practice. Trains maintenance and operating associates on new and revised process procedures. Assures production rates are achievable and routinely repeatable by capable operators.- Resolves emergent engineering-related production barriers. Provides technical assistance to maintenance and operations as necessary to meet the needs of the- business. Does what is required to safely get processes back online at the minimum loss to the business.- Provides guidance to manufacturing engineering and production team members on issues related to product manufacturability.
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for an Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator to join the Data, Power, and Control Division in Farmingdale, NY. This position supports the site and ensures all practices comply with regulatory requirements. This position is also responsible for coordinating Environmental, Health, and Safety regulatory programs and their application to support the development and coordination of the team and business to minimize employee injuries in our overall effort to achieve Zero Harm. Main Job Duties:- Advise and provide counsel on all Environmental Health and Safety federal, state, and local regulations including OSHA, EPA, and other regulatory bodies- Manage and advise the site on all environmental programs and aspects including regulatory programs such as regulated waste, wastewater, stormwater, etc.- Manage all Health and Safety programs to include, but not limited to: Powered Industrial Vehicles, Industrial Hygiene, Lockout/Tagout, Electrical Safety, Fall Protection, Contractor Safety, Machine Guarding, etc- Conduct periodic compliance audits and inspections to assure adherence to company, state, and regulations and recommend corrective and preventive measures when required- Responsible for regulatory submission of permits including air permitting, spill prevention control and countermeasure plans, wastewater/ stormwater discharge permits, storage tank regulations, Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act requirements, waste disposal regulations, and environmental impact statements and other required documents- Manages and reports all EHS metrics for the site including injury statistics, hours worked, environmental statistics, and corporate EHS goals- Develop and conduct training programs for management and employees regarding various EHS rules and regulations in coordination with HR- Assist business in meeting corporate established health and safety, sustainability, and environmental goals- Provide daily guidance and direction in EHS programs at the employee/supervisor level to ensure a common and effective approach- Lead the incident management and near-miss program by working with site leaders to ensure robust incident investigations are performed and corrective/preventative actions are implemented.- Ensure that contractor personnel working on the property comply with Legrand policies and safety requirements- Ensure inspections by regulatory agencies are coordinated and deficiencies minimized and corrected- Maintain working relationships with regulatory agencies and co-chair the Safety Committee for operations- Periodically conduct risk assessments of on-site processes to ensure risk controls are effective.- Perform other related tasks as assigned
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Sustainability Engineering Co-Op for Fall 2023 to join the Electrical Wiring Systems Team in West Hartford, CT. In this role, the Intern will be responsible for assisting the Product Development Team in the creation and renewal of Environmental Product Declarations which quantify the environmental impact of a product through use of Life Cycle Assessment tools. Functions include working with Design Engineers and Engineering Managers on assignments that may require lab testing of products, updating CAD documentation, and general product engineering support. What Will You Do?· Apply Life Cycle Analyses (LCA) and Circular Economy principles to Products currently in development· Creation, Evaluation, and maintenance of Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) in the form of Product Environmental Profiles (PEPs)· Creation, Evaluation, and maintenance of Health Product Declarations (HPDs) of products
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Production Coordinator to join the Starline Team in Canonsburg, PA. This position will support the Team Supervisor and team of frontline employees within a designated area, assisting with standard work process, training, non-conforming material, quality support and work flow. Essential Functions- Ensures that employees are utilizing materials properly and effectively.- Assists with 6S initiatives or projects throughout the department.- Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with various departments of the organization.- Ensure that employees are using the correct tools, parts and information they need to be fully productive.- Coordinate with QA on processing of non-conforming materials.- Ensure the product is made to Legrand standards and take appropriate action, if needed.- Effectively communicates information regarding product, quality and safety topics.- Check and reply to emails about ECNs and material issues.- Follow all documented Material Issuing Procedures with no exceptions.- Pull material from the Warehouse and the Supermarkets.- Fulfill requests for the lines (ie. fill fast wall bins, replace QTN items, remove extra parts and send them back into the warehouse and supply parts due to shortages).- Directly/indirectly communicate with Engineering on production issues, changes and new implementations. (ie. ECN, non-conformities, engineer support, etc.).- Develop and sustain a working familiarity of materials used in the assembly of various product families- Fill in for Team Supervisor when he/she is not available.- Models high standards of conduct and leadership.- Adhere to all company policies, guidelines and practices including the SECRIT values.Additional Duties- Cross training to work in other functional departments of the plant- Ability to work all shifts, as needed
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Production Manager to join the BUILDING CONTROL SYSTEMS (BCS) Team in Richardson, TX. In this role you will be responsible for managing the operations of assigned production areas to ensure that scheduled volume, labor, material costs and ensure quality standards are achieved. Ensures physical and workforce resources are adequate to meet the organizations production schedule. Manages the activities of production personnel including workflow, assembly methods and workforce utilization. Familiar with lean manufacturing concepts, practices and procedures. Relies on extensive experience and judgement to plan and accomplish goals. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Reports to the VP of Operations. What Will You Do?· Directly manages activities Manufacturing Operations· Manage and resolve technical and compliance issues with other departments such as Quality, Engineering, Lean Operations, Purchasing/ Materials Management, Facilities, and Training· Develop plan to determine how to use resources to meet schedule and goals. Manage weekly and monthly goals and schedules and set priorities· Manage timely and effective review of manufacturing productivity /error metric records, processing, and testing records· Responsible for identifying and implementing staff development in areas such as required training, technical skills, safety, and performance management· Identify the technical, procedural and equipment issues that may compromise production and compliance, working closely with cross-functional groups to identify and implement solutions· Represent the department in reviewing and approving all production related documentation requiring approval such as process validation protocols and final reports, documentation change requests, engineering and facility change requests· Ensure maintenance of a safe manufacturing work environment that complies with company regulations· Assist with site budgets and strategic staffing plans· Identify best lean manufacturing practices to optimize current operations· Perform and manage the preparation of effective performance reviews and development plans for staff
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Application Engineer II to join the Data, Power, and Control Division REMOTELY. The Applications Engineer II provides mid-level engineering expertise and support on the application of Starline products to specific projects and customers in the Northeast US & Canada. The role is responsible for identifying and providing reliable solutions for all technical issues to assure complete customer satisfaction through all stages of the sales process. The role also establishes and maintains strong relationships throughout the sales cycle. Works under moderate supervision with limited problem-solving responsibility while working under defined guidelines. Essential Functions- Maintain mid-level expertise of product knowledge and application.- Complete System Layouts; design layouts of busway systems based on customer drawings and input.- Create product technical documentation (catalog sheets, FAQ’s, Tech Briefs, Reports, installation instructions, etc.)- Provide technical support to sales and to customers onsite or remotely- Northeastern US & Canada (and other regions as required) as required on topics including but not limited to product ratings, compliance with U.S. and foreign codes and Standards, safety, functionality, customization, troubleshooting, installation, and pricing.Additional Duties- Onsite troubleshooting and rework.- Technical liaison to the sales team- Collaboration with certification laboratories such as UL, Intertek (ETL), and international certification agencies.- Product testing towards certifications and ratings.
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Buyer to join the Data, Power, and Control Division in New London, CT. The Buyer is responsible for planning, the placement of purchase orders, and delivery of the product to support MRP schedules and daily sales demand. In addition, the Buyer monitors the product/program/project/ROPs from initiation through delivery. Main Job Duties:- Evaluate purchasing requisition for the assigned planner code daily to ensure that established reorder points (ROPs) are appropriate with the current demand and lead time.- Create purchase orders for assigned planner code daily at the agreed negotiated price and manage the delivery date to optimize stocking levels.- Run available to promise (ATP’s) reports for the assigned planner codes on a weekly basis to identify priorities required for backlog orders and expedite materials with suppliers.- Close communication with customer service where expedited parts are required including the transfer to Drop Ship (direct from the vendor to customer) to reduce the lead time on delivery.- Process Drop ship purchase orders from initiation, produce packing slip and update MRP system with goods receipts and tracking.- Work with Technical Support/Quality regarding Technical Support (TS) reports particularly on missing part replacement.- Work with receiving departments in the respective warehouses regarding receiving issues.- Maintain an average of 95% of Line Fill/Order Fill and 6 Stock turns for all the assigned planner codes.- Update and maintain the MRP system daily to reflect the latest delivery promise from the vendor, including maintaining the Late Order report.- Report on vendor scorecard performance (responsiveness, delivery, cost, customer service, and sustainability)- Prepare material forecast for suppliers- Support strategic policies in source selection, single source, and outsourcing decisions.- Supports Kaizen and lean enterprise efforts to attain improvement objectives and special projects (such as process improvements, system upgrades, etc.)
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Customer Experience Representative to join the Data Center Power & Control Division Team in Lake Forest, CA. The Customer Experience Representative is responsible for supporting all things related to the department; customer inquiries, internal communications, data entry, multi-tasking, project management, process improvement, and working in multiple ERP systems. The goal is to support all customers in a timely matter ensuring a seamless superior experience. Main Job Duties:- Receive and Process/Enter customer Purchase Orders into the ERP system.- Process Internal Purchase Orders for other business entities within Legrand- Process Online Orders via Big Commerce - Answer and Direct Phone Calls- Provide Tracking, Quotations, Stock Confirmation, and Configurations to Sales Reps and Customers. - Initiate RMA processes for customers, set proper expectations, work with the RMA Department on any details needed for the RMA as well as help inform customers when replacement products will go out. - Create custom price sheets via Excel for customers - Work with the Operation Team to verify inventory levels regarding orders, back orders, etc. - Collaborate with supply chain when necessary to expedite inventory to meet customer’s requirements - Identify pricing differences, and due date expectations, as well as notify leadership regarding inconsistencies - Communicate with customers by using established email templates for purchase orders, credit cards, and/or customer discrepancies, etc. - Quoting via Smartsheet / Part Number Set Up - Utilization of HubSpot for various account specifications. - Customer Account Set-Ups via Odoo and Big Commerce - Assist the Warehouse Department with labeling, packaging, and shipping products; end of day tasks; as needed- Assist with trade show logistics and Sales Rep travel itinerary, as needed.
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Principal Electrical Engineer to join the DPC Team in Reno, NV. Under general direction of the Senior Engineering Manager, the Principal Electrical Engineer will independently architect new circuit designs, and draft layouts for complex printed circuit boards (PCBs) with high voltage/current analog sensors in addition to microprocessor controlled analog and digital circuits. The Principal Electrical Engineer will collaborate with the electrical and software engineers on new system architecture, analog and digital circuit designs, for the company’s next generation products. The Principal Electrical Engineer may be assigned complex tasks requiring a greater knowledge and skill. The Principal Electrical Engineer is expected to share electrical engineering expertise and serve as a mentor to other Electrical Engineers on the team. The Principal Electrical Engineer will ensure that all assigned duties are performed quickly, efficiently, and according to the established departmental and company policies, procedures and goals. Main Job Duties:- Create detailed system level specifications for PAC products and printed circuit board assemblies.- Architect single and three phase power distribution, switching, metrology, and digital signal processing systems (AC/DC up to 480V).- Perform mixed signal design and analysis.- Design using Embedded Microcontrollers.- Research new technology to enhance Power, Access and Control (PAC) products.- Review Electrical safety standards (UL, IEC, NEC, NFPA 70)- Generate and deliver technical presentations for internal Engineering, Sales, and Marketing groups.- PCB design/layout with high voltage/current analog sensors in addition to microprocessor controlled digital and analog circuits.- Design for Test/Manufacturing.- Review high level RMAs & identify systemic field failures requiring engineering research & resolution.- Provide technical support to partner companies doing design and development work for PAC.- Perform/direct Root Cause Analysis and recommend design enhancements.- Promote positive company user relations by projecting a courteous, helpful attitude and assisting employees when appropriate.- Display original thinking and creativity; Meet challenges with resourcefulness; Generate suggestions for improving work; develop innovative approaches and ideas.- Display willingness to make decisions; exhibit sound and accurate judgment; support and explain reasoning for decisions; include appropriate people in decision-making process (specifically department managers); make timely decisions.- Perform other duties as assigned.
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for an Inside Sales Representative to join the Data, Power, and Control Division remotely. Under the direction of the Inside Sales Manager, the Inside Sales Representative will provide assistance to assigned Territory Sales Managers and customers to complete sales orders in an assigned territory. This position will be responsible for achieving sales, profitability, and growth objectives. The Inside Sales Representative represents the entire range of company products and services. Main Job Duties:- Provide exceptional customer service to develop and maintain relationships with key partners/customers. Be proactive to provide information and respond to questions in a timely manner.- Maintain accurate customer records and sales transactions in Salesforce CRM.- Provide assistance to customers, answer questions, respond to customer inquiries regarding order status, ship dates, and inventory availability; expedite orders, follow through on quotes, and complete sales orders.- Gather information to determine proper equipment evaluation needs to be required by the customer. Send and track equipment to customers and ensure follow-up on product evaluation by Territory Sales Manager.- Assist Territory Sales Manager and customers to determine what products are the best solution for the customer project based on scope and budget.- In conjunction with the Territory Sales Manager, assist with high-level account administration for customer and resellers requests. The Inside Sales Representative may assist in negotiating contracts with customers on terms and discounts when appropriate.- Assist the Territory Sales Manager with high-level decision-making to facilitate direct sales to large customers and/or resellers.- Coordinate sales-related activities with all members of the sales, marketing, operations, and product support team.- Meet with key customers and decision-makers on a quarterly basis to develop and maintain professional relationships.- Work closely with DPC's Channel Management teams and channel partners to ensure customer satisfaction throughout the selling process.- Achieve or exceed assigned sales quotas and goals.- Complete required training and development objectives within the assigned time frame, and stay up-to-date with new features and product launches.- Have a basic understanding of DPC’s products and services, and is current on industry trends and practices in the data center market place.- Resolve customer complaints by investigating problems, developing solutions, and making recommendations to management for resolution.- Display original thinking and creativity; meet challenges with resourcefulness; generate suggestions for improving work; develop innovative approaches and ideas.- Display willingness to make decisions; exhibit sound and accurate judgment; support and explain the reasoning for decisions; include appropriate people in the decision-making process; make timely decisions.- Perform other duties as assigned.