The Process Engineering Manager is responsible for managing a team of process engineers who will work closely with design engineers, program managers, marketing and quality engineers to support the development of new product lines.
This includes the development of new equipment and processes as well as the creation of cost estimates of labor and capital.
The team will also provide ongoing sustaining support to production lines at our global sites; most of this is remote support on a consultant / mentor basis.
Leverages engineering fundamentals, and organization to make sound decisions on complex technical issues
Provides direction for a team of process engineers and technicians. Establishes clear goals, strategies, and initiatives to drive the necessary changes to ensure achievement of production and financial metrics
Define process engineering resource requirements and capacity expansion projects and actively work to recruit or reassign resources to succeed
Manage multiple global business centers and global operation process engineering groups to identify the best strategy to converge on processes, equipment and product roadmap
Provide technical and organizational consultation for product teams
Develop synergies across multiple product lines
Understanding of market and implications for business as well as understanding of business strategy and business case development
Manage the training of technical information with specifics on projects / schedules and timelines
Responsibilities include understanding customer requirements and expectations, and developing / driving actions and schedules needed to support those program expectations
Interacts with management and customers on matters requiring coordination across organizational lines
Knowledge of engineering fundamentals
Familiarity with manufacturing methods welding, brazing, soldering, adhesive bonding, machining, stamping, molding and forming.
Basic knowledge of a core manufacturing processes
Transferring knowledge to make site personnel
Support improvement projects to reduce cycle time, defects and manufacturing cost
Work with suppliers and contract manufacturers to ensure processes are capable, have sufficient controls in place, can meet our delivery requirements, and meet our cost targets
Evaluate Sensata’s and supplier’s technical capabilities including, tooling design, build experience, maintenance program, processes and process controls, cell automation if required, quality control systems, and materials knowledge
Manage all presonnel evaluations and is responsible for equipment selection
Experience / Qualifications
A university degree and 7-10 years of experience
Ability to lead, coach, and develop team members
Holds self and others accountable to achieving goals and standards
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment to handle multiple competing tasks and demands
Strong communication skills; oral, written and presentation
Strong organization, planning and time management skills to achieve results
Strong personal and professional ethical values and integrity
Proficient in Microsoft Office programs (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
Strong interpersonal & collaboration skills to work effectively with all levels of the organization including suppliers and / or external customers
Collaborating at Sensata means working with some of the world’s most talented people in an enriching environment that is constantly pushing towards the next best thing.
Employees work across functions, countries and cultures gaining new perspectives through mutual respect and open communication.
As OneSensata, we are working together to make things work together
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