Silicon Materials Engineering Project Specialist
Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino),California,United States
+ Bachelor's degree in Supply Chain, Accounting, Finance or related field, or 2+ years of related experience
+ Silicon material management experience a plus.
+ Experience managing, coordinating and maintaining multiple projects.
+ Very detail oriented to ensure accuracy of all data, status and reports.
+ Excellent written and verbal communication.
+ Adept at working with multi-functional teams.
+ Outstanding critical thinking skill set; big picture program understanding.
+ Ability to react to changes in a time critical environment.
+ Experience with overseas vendors a plus.
+ Ability to operate in fast paced situations.
+ A self-starter who can make decisions even with ambiguity.
• Develop and handle silicon material tracking plans in reference to new product validation programs and teams. • Host and attend various meeting from a material planning perspective. • Communicate delivery schedules and be familiar with associated details such as test program, special fusing requirements, associated memory, corners, packaging, expedite status. • Track material as it flows from the factory through to the engineering teams. • Ensure the smooth flow of material vital to meet the validation requirements and schedules. • Drive GSM and vendors to deliver the requested material in a timely manner. • Handle and rebound from critical issues that might stem from Engineering change, material shortage or schedule slip. • Report on material progress & investigate material blocker issues. • Play a key role in the allocation of material in the case of shortages. • Anticipate potential issues that may arise and communicate to relevant teams to jump-start mitigation path.
**Education & Experience**
• BA/BS Degree, Supply Chain Management preferred.
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