Job ID 127011
Product Lifecycle Program Manager Job Description
Location:San Jose, California, US
Area of InterestSupply Chain
Compensation Range133300 USD – 178500 USD
What You’ll Do
Looking for a motivated and expert individual to drive the overall cost management and end-to-end product lifecycle from launch to EOL. This PLPM role is highly visible and will influence Manufacturing, Engineering, Marketing and Finance senior management in determining strategy and execution of several product solutions in worldwide manufacturing. This vital individual will supervise key areas including Engineering change Management, Product Quality and Cost, sustaining issues (i.e., line stop resolution, CAP accounts, AVL management, manufacturing process improvement). Orchestrate EOL Strategy and Planning development with integrated product team, Risk management (multi-source tech assessment, component, cost variance, supply chain review over product lifecycle). In this role, you will oversee action planning for product field performance (quality) and drive innovative initiatives focused on healthy gross margins.
Who You’ll Work With
In this highly visible role, you will be getting an amazing and unique opportunity to work very closely with HW/SW Engineering, Product Engineers, Marketing, OPT team members, GSM, Services, Manufacturing Ops, Global Planning & Fulfillment, Finance and EMS partners as well as driving regular discussions at different forums such as IPT, OPT, Quality etc.
PLPMs handle cost, quality and supply continuity issues along with product changes for sustaining products.
Minimum Requirements For The Role
- Eight plus years’ experience in Supply chain in Tech industry.
- Experience in Program Management, Partner Management
- Supply Chain Knowledge especially in Outsourced Environments of hi-tech. Product Costing and Margin Analysis.
- Knowledge on PLM processes
- Expertise in Material Planning and Negotiations.
- Experience in Manufacturing and process improvements to drive cost-down and lead-time improvements.
- BA/BSc Engineering. MBA degree would be an advantage.
- Electronics and Mechanical Engineers preferable with exposure on Value Engineering.
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