Engineering Program Manager - Hardware Reliability - Return to Work
Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino),California,United States
+ Excellent verbal and written communication skills with ability to influence others by filtering and distilling relevant information for the appropriate audience
+ Able to effectively allocate attention among multiple projects to ensure success of all projects while meeting strict deadlines
+ Strong attention to detail and curiosity of how technologies work
+ Able to effectively prioritize, drive decisions, and problem solve while working both collaboratively and individually
+ Remains flexible and focused in the face of uncertainty, with an ability to quickly adapt to different audiences and new situations
+ Experience creating schedules, handling program finances, and tracking budget
+ Continuous improvement mentality for adapting existing and creating new workflows
+ Willing and able to travel to Asia
+ Experience working closely with multiple teams to drive closure of technical issues and communicate risk is a plus
In this role, you will work closely with reliability engineers and several other teams to drive day-to-day activities to meet overall project objectives. You will be responsible for creating schedules, handling program finances, and tracking the budget for our laboratory test equipment, consumables, and other resources. You will also organize and lead meetings, ensure all action items are closed out in a timely manner, coordinate the bring-up of labs around the world with several internal and external partners, partner with our lab audit team to ensure all of our labs consistently meet our standards, and work closely with our internal software team to ensure web tools meet our needs.
**Education & Experience**
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in engineering field or 3+ years of relevant work experience
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