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Electronic Manufacturing Supervisor

  • Job
    Entry Level / Graduate - Senior (5-8 years)
  • Engineering
  • $58.3K - $99.1K
  • Dallas

AI generated summary

  • You need an Associate Degree, 5 years of supervisory experience, attention to detail, quality compliance, computer skills, IPC certifications, communication, problem-solving, organizational, and time management skills for this Electronic Manufacturing Supervisor role.
  • You oversee electronic assembly operations, create schedules, monitor production, resolve issues, train staff, conduct quality testing, supervise team, suggest process improvements.


  • Required Education, Experience, & Skills:
  • Associate Degree or 5 years supervisory experience or equivalent experience.
  • Attention to detail in the process of assembly and test of product.
  • Responsible of assuring compliance to quality requirements including reading reports assuring calibration of tools, organizing and planning product flow, work coordination with cell leads.
  • Ability to use computers including data input, saving records, spreadsheet manipulation, reading and interpreting documents.
  • Preferred Education, Experience, & Skills:
  • IPC J-STD-001, IPC/WHMA-A-620 and IPC-A-610 certifications are required.
  • Excellent communication and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.


  • Assembly supervisor oversees the day-to-day assembly operations of production line that assembles electronic components, subassemblies and systems, create work schedules, follows standard manufacturing procedures, and monitors work to meet product specifications and production targets. Assembly supervisor resolves production problems and answers workers questions about process, methods or equipment. Delivers training for new process or equipment and onboard new employees. Additionally, Assembly Supervisor conducts quality testing on completed assemblies to validate tolerances and product specifications. Working team member that supervises and coordinates the work of others on a team environment. Suggests improvements to process and is a knowledge resource for team member.


Is this job required to be performed on site 100% of the time?

Yes, due to the need for consistent, in-person collaboration and the nature of this role, the job must be performed full-time on site at a BAE Systems facility.

What type of electronics do employees work on in this role?

Employees in this role work on the world's most advanced electronics, specifically in the aerospace and defense industry.

What are the core values of the Electronic Systems team?

The core values of Electronic Systems team include putting customers first, innovating for the future, and focusing on missions such as "We Protect Those Who Protect Us®" and "We Innovate For Those Who Move The World™".

BAE Systems, one of the world's leading global defence, security and aerospace companies

Defence & Aerospace
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

At BAE Systems, we help our customers to stay a step ahead when protecting people and national security, critical infrastructure and vital information. We provide some of the world’s most advanced, technology-led defence, aerospace and security solutions and employ a skilled workforce of 85,800 people in more than 40 countries. From state of the art cyber threat detection to flight control systems that enable pilots to make better decisions, we never stop innovating to ensure that our customers maintain their advantage. This is a long-term commitment involving significant investments in skills. We also work closely with local partners to support economic development through the transfer of knowledge, skills and technology.

Culture & Values

  • Trusted

    Being committed – giving our best every day Doing what we say we will Doing the right thing

  • Innovative

    Being curious – seeking out new ways to make things better Learning constantly – from successes and failures Turning ideas into actions

  • Bold

    Being courageous – speaking up, stepping forward Seizing opportunities Realising big ambitions


  • Your money

    Our rewards go beyond your salary. We want to give you secure foundations so you and your family can have financial peace of mind. We reward great work through annual incentive and bonus plans. Share our success through free share awards and share incentive plans with free matching shares. Help you plan and contribute to your future with access to a pension scheme which also includes benefits to support your family. And offer financial support and advice, so we can help you through any bumps in the road.

  • Your health

    We want to help you be at your best – so you can embrace opportunities and look to the future. You'll get to choose from a range of private health plans that will give easy access to care for you and your family.

  • Your lifestyle

    At work we all come together to change the world we live in, but outside we all have different passions. From gym memberships and shopping discounts, to green car and bike schemes, we want to help you live your life to the full - select from a wide range of company or self funded benefits to best fit your lifestyle.

  • Helping your work/life balance

    We're all doing vital work here that impacts the world. But we want to make sure you can balance life at work and life at home. As well as generous annual leave, we offer 52 weeks' maternity leave, with the option of returning to work on reduced hours for the first 13 weeks, as well as paternity, adoption, parental and dependents leave. As the world has evolved, so has the way we work. We offer different types of hybrid working arrangements depending on your role and your location. You'll be trusted and empowered to determine a working pattern that works for you, your team, and our customers.