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Vice President and General Manager

Vice President and General Manager

FPC of Huntsville

FPC of Huntsville

Join a team that builds cutting edge technology products used in a variety of performance critical applications.




·         The General Manager will be responsible for overseeing and directing the site to ensure business development growth and the attainment of profit and operations goals.

·         Full P & L accountability

·         Accountable for assessment of existing and potential markets and developing and maintaining strategic alliances with key customers. 

·         Will regularly interact with executives and major clients. 

·         Interactions normally will involve influencing and/or persuading customers and negotiations.

·         Functional responsibilities will include, but not be limited to Engineering, Procurement, Materials Management, Quality, Warehousing and logistics, and Business Excellence, with cross functional Human Resource and Financial responsibility.




·         Demonstrated ability to lead large teams of people and multi-million dollar revenues.

·         Ability to significantly improve operation metrics including increasing turns, out of box quality, on time delivery, and reductions in cycle time, costs and inventory.

·         Ability to successfully influence senior level management, executives and key clients.

·         NPI experience with new customer programs from concept to successful execution and delivery.

·         Proven sales development skills and excellent operational and financial skills.

·         Recent  experience managing a 50+ person electronics manufacturing operation

·         EMS and/or defense experience strongly preferred

·         Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and the flexibility to operate well in a rapidly changing, often high-stress environment. 

·         BS Engineering, MBA preferred


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