Program Manager - Enfield, CT
Branch ID: 5246
Pay Rate/Salary: $75,000.00 - $90,000.00
The Program Manager is responsible for executing the project plan and managing the project initiative to established budget and timeline. Coordinate the design, development, documentation, schedules, and validation of moderately complex new and modified customer products.
Organize a project plan to satisfy milestones and deadlines with required actions. Track and communicate project status, plans, issues, timelines, action items, and budgets internally and externally.
Serve as principal contact with clients. Coordinate and direct site visits, conference calls, and day-to-day customer communication.
Coordinate development, validation and documentation of new products and expansion of existing products, including defining requirements, timelines, and deliverables. This may include engineering support of manufacturing operations for some products.
Proactively monitor the performance of assigned projects to budget and schedule to identify trends or project challenges that may impact budget and timeline. Recommend and implement corrective actions.
Oversee the process of preparing new or modified products ensuring compliance to internal and client requirements for project completion or testing and manufacturing transfer.
Author planning documents as required to support assigned projects.
Contribute to quality, design, and development activities or act as backup to engineers on assigned projects as required.
Assist business development with definition of project scope, timeline, and budget to support preparation of proposals, quotations, and change orders for clients.
Manage resources assigned to the project team to meet project goals/milestones. Work with management to ensure project has proper resources assigned.
A Bachelor's degree in an engineering discipline with 5 years of hands-on experience.
Experience in an engineering/manufacturing environment with mechanical, tool design and manufacturing processes preferred.
Strong computer skills, including the MS Office suite and MS Project.
Must be able to fully interpret technical drawings, blueprints, specifications, illustrations, and written documents.
Strong analytical skills, must be able to obtain and evaluate secondary research information.
Moderate knowledge of engineering principles, technical writing, material properties, good tooling practices, and statistics.
Decision Making and Problem Solving: Must be able to make clear and accurate decisions.
Analytical Problem Solving: Must be able to use a systematic approach to solving problems.
Interaction: Must be able to communicate well verbally and in writing and work well in a team environment.
Versatility: Able to respond to changing priorities with minimum disruption. Ability to meet deadlines and manage projects across many departments. Ability to handle multiple projects and customers at any given time.
Initiative: Must be able to function with minimum supervision.
Leadership: Must be able to lead discussions, teams and meetings with customers and staff related to job role.
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A BachelorÃ¢â¬â¢s degree in an engineering discipline with 5 years of hands-on experience. Proven abilities in the following technical areas: mechanical, tool design, manufacturing processes, strong computer skills including the MS Office suite and MS Project, ability to interpret technical drawings, blueprints, specifications, illustrations, and written documents. Strong analytical skills, decision making and problem solving, analytical problem solving, versatility, initiative and leadership skills.
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City, State or Zip Code: Enfield, CT
Position Type: Direct Hire Position
Date Posted: 9/12/2018