Technical Project Manager, Energy Remanufacturing (NPI)
- Job Category
- Operations & Business Support
- Sparks, Nevada
- Req. ID
- Job Type
We have an opportunity for a Technical Project Manager within our Remanufacturing team to support the Global Energy Remanufacturing teams. A successful candidate will have a strong technical and project management background, and experience collaborating with broad cross-functional teams. This individual will work closely with Remanufacturing, Design Engineering, Service Engineering, and Material Planning teams, acting as a technical project management lead of energy products remanufacturing and ensuring readiness of service parts and remanufacturing supply chains.
·Technical Project Manager lead of Energy Products Remanufacturing.
·Lead new part implementation into remanufacturing and service Supply Chain, partnering with Engineering, Demand Planning, Material Planning and GSM teams.
·Partner with Design Engineering to develop the Service BOM for Energy Products, derived from the Engineering BOM and CAD.
·Review all Engineering and Manufacturing changes to determine the cost, operations and supply chain impact on the service and remanufacturing organizations.
·Technical analysis of part design changes to determine supersession and backwards compatibility relationships, and collaborate with Design Engineering to implement changes to reduce supply chain complexity.
·Collaborate with Service Engineering and Remanufacturing Technicians to test new designs for serviceability
·Perform End of Life part analyses to reduce obsolescence and identify the most cost effective supply continuity strategies, and work with the planning and commercial teams to implement.
· Support quality and reliability analysis efforts, and part design iteration
·Create, structure and maintain Service BOMs and part attribute values.
·Act as an advocate and technical liaison for the Service and Remanufacturing organizations in Design Engineering and Manufacturing NPI activities
•Bachelor’s degree in Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical, Materials Engineering, Supply Chain Management or similar, or relevant experience.
•Willingness to travel internationally up to 25%.
•Project Management experience balancing time across several projects, working cross-functionally with technical, operational and supply chain teams
•Experience working on configuration and/or design changes and working with complex Bills of Material.
•Electronics supply chain experience related to design, manufacturing, and electronics repair a plus.
•Highly proficient in Microsoft Excel and data analysis
•Enovia, Windchill or other PLM system experience a plus.
•Open-minded self-starter with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced, technical environment, and to work independently on multiple tasks and projects, adapt, improvise and problem solve.