Randstad Program Manager in Mountain View, California
location:Mountain View, CA
salary:$44 - $67.16 per hour
date posted:Monday, March 18, 2019
Contract position: A Program Manager is needed for an American multinational corporation specializing in Internet-related services and products in the Mountain View, CA area. This position is responsible for capacity planning and manufacturing equipment readiness for all build events. No per diem available. Some international travel may be required.
Responsibilities for the Program Manager
Coordinate on-site reviews along with cross functional teams to assess factory build readiness. Lead regular reviews and collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure scope and alignment with overall system schedule.
Ensure all risks associated with products are identified and closed or mitigated to enable the quality ramp of a product. Manage all operational issues; escalate key issues and present options for resolution to the cross-functional teams.
Requirements for the Program Manager
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering with preferably at least 8 years of relevant industry experience in new product introduction (NPI) or manufacturing.
Experience managing and collaborating with global offshore contract manufacturers and component suppliers. Experience in leading production ramp and new product introductions of consumer electronics.
Must be familiar with consumer electronics product development cycle and mass production challenges.
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