SGS North America, Inc. Maintenance & Calibration Manager in Aurora, Colorado

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:* Hands on working manger role* Subject matter expert for engine and vehicle emissions testing laboratory* Strong team management, leadership, coaching, and mentoring experienceto develop team members to achieve their full potential and businessobjectives* Creating new capabilities and services to ensure the company has appropriateportfolio for meeting customer needs* Team is responsible for calibrating all related automotive instrumentation(dynamometer, emissions analyzers, and specialty exhaust samplingequipment) in accordance to Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and ISOstandards* Team is responsible for preventive maintenance of automotive instrumentationand facility equipment* Team is responsible for integrating new equipment, advancing labability's, and advancing automation systems* Responsible for high level consulting service to internal customers* Responsible to insure laboratories are producing high quality dataSPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:* At all times, comply with SGS Code of Integrity and Professional Conduct* High attention to detail and highly professional appearance* Maintain up to date calibrations and preventive maintenance in accordance toCFR and ISO standards* Maintain detailed records of all calibrations and preventive maintenance* Maintain system logs or manuals to document testing or operation ofequipment* Participate in the recruiting process of the M&C Group* Identify and resolve equipment malfunctions, working with manufacturers orfield representatives as necessary to procure replacement parts* Provide customer support and education, working with users to identifyneeds, determine sources of problems, or to provide information on product use* Write reports or record data on testing techniques, laboratory equipment, or specifications to assist engineers* Procure parts and maintain inventory and related documentation* Reassemble and test equipment following repairs* Inspect and test systems to verify system compliance with plans andspecifications or to detect and locate malfunctions* Responsible for commissioning new equipment, developing necessary trainingmaterials for related staff employees* Follow documented procedures to properly execute calibration ofinstrumentation equipment* Perform data quality checks on calibrated instrumentation* Responsible to become proficient at using calibration automation systems* Setup data channel configurations for the instrumentation equipment* Responsible to work with engineering and technician staff to revolve allissues* Directly involved in immediate team development, coaching, andmentoring, making him / herself available at all times* Oversee staff training and seeks opportunities to improve the safety of thelaboratories and processes* Develop and carry out tasks to continuously improve the safety of theoperation* Oversee project execution in coordination with department leaders* Provide daily task management for the M&C Team* Promote managerial excellence by improving existing ISO17025 qualitymanagement system* Provide leadership to install, improve, and commission advancedinstruments / systems, partnering with other groups* Consistent exercise of independent judgment and discretion in matters ofsignificance* Regular, consistent and punctual attendance* Ability to work nights, weekends, and variable schedule(s) as necessary* Other duties and responsibilities may be assignedQualifications:Profile:* Prefer a B.S. Engineering (Mechanical or Electrical preferred)* Minimum five years relevant experience with expertise in emissions testingtechnology* Experience supervising the daily tasks of technicians and engineers* Strong and vast leadership, coaching, and mentoring experience withfocus on employees' development* Desire to work and live in Denver, CO areaREQUIRED SKILLS:* High level of integrity, ethics, and drive towards customer service withstrong poise, tact, and diplomacy* Outstanding leadership experience and abilities, comfortable in dea