Senior Engineering Manager

Company Name:
Tech USA
The Sr. Engineering Manager leads the engineering team in the design, development, production launch and maintenance of components. Posses an in-depth product focus and the ability to perform and manage all of the Key Accountabilities.

Provides leadership characteristics that foster team progress, takes the initiative to take on challenging assignments and creates opportunity where none exists.
Provides engineering leadership and is considered the technical expert.
Displays strong project management skills. These duties would include the direction and supervision of engineering personnel and the control of activity prioritization.
Attains project and management goals on time and within established budget.
Establishes project budgets.
Predicts and communicates challenges in meeting objectives to management.
Interfaces with customers with activities that include phone, electronic and personal communication as necessary to support development, production release and maintenance of products. This would include professional representation in all arenas of possible customer presence.
Recognizes the need for and initiating appropriate management actions to assure positive customer relationship.
Actively seeks collaboration with internal and external team members.
Prepares and carries out significant internal and external project presentations.
Manages all aspects of document control requirements as indicated in our Management System Manual. This would include Design Control files, DFMEA, Parts Lists, Drawings, Specifications and DVP&R's.
Bachelors Degree in Engineering required.
Masters Degree in technical field or an MBA is preferred.
A combination of ten years experience in the areas of Manufacturing, Engineering, Project Management, and/or supervision of professional/technical people and Maintenance.
Automotive manufacturing experience helful.
Management presentation skills and experience.
Project leadership experience desired.
Proficiency with Microsoft office package (Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Project).

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