Production Manager

About the Role

Overall, the production manager is responsible for optimizing the production process to meet quality, cost, and delivery targets while ensuring a safe and efficient working environment.

What you'll be doing

Production Planning: Developing and implementing production schedules, considering factors such as resource availability, production capacity, and demand forecasts;

Resource Management: Efficiently allocating resources such as people, equipment, materials, and workspace to ensure smooth operations and optimal productivity;

Quality Control: Monitoring and ensuring that products meet quality standards and specifications through inspections, testing, and adherence to Meze Audio quality standards;

Cost Management: Managing production costs within budgetary constraints by optimizing processes, minimizing waste, and controlling expenses related to labor, materials, and overhead;

Inventory Management: Overseeing inventory levels, including raw materials, work-in-progress, and finished goods, to maintain adequate stock levels while minimizing excess inventory and associated costs;

Process Improvement: Identifying opportunities for process optimization, efficiency improvements, and cost reduction through methods such as lean manufacturing, Six Sigma, or continuous improvement initiatives;

Team Leadership: Providing leadership and direction to production staff, including hiring, training, performance management, and fostering a culture of teamwork, accountability, and continuous learning;

Health and Safety Compliance: Ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations and implementing measures to maintain a safe working environment for employees;

Communication and Coordination: Facilitating communication and collaboration between different departments or teams, such as R&D, procurement, and logistics, to ensure alignment and coordination of activities;

Problem Solving: Addressing production issues and resolving conflicts or bottlenecks that may arise during the manufacturing process to minimize disruptions and maintain production schedules;

Performance Monitoring and Reporting: Monitoring key performance indicators (KPIs) related to production efficiency, quality, and costs, and providing regular reports and updates to management on production performance;

Customer Satisfaction: Ensuring that production processes are aligned with customer requirements and expectations, and addressing any issues or concerns related to product quality, delivery, or service.

What You'll Need

  • Electrical/ manufacturing engineering specialization
  • Production management background (minimum 5 years)
  • Electronic knowledge (electronic soldering)
  • Leader profile/ Leadership skills
  • Fluency in English


  • Competitive salary package
  • Good work-life balance and flexible program
  • Modern technologies, work methods and tools
  • Access to the private medical system, paid by the company
  • Access to therapy services, paid by the company
  • Meal tickets after the first three months
  • Paid gym membership after the first three months
  • Snacks, fruits and coffee


If you think you have what it takes and want to find out more about the perks of working at Meze Audio, send us your application on