Engineering Program Manager- Transceiver Module Group
Location:San Jose, California, US
Area of InterestProject or Program Management
Compensation Range125300 USD - 186800 USD
What You'll Do
You will be responsible for managing Transceiver Module Group (TMG) New Product Introduction and Sustaining pluggable transceiver projects through qualification, validation, and release to production processes, ensuring TMG’s reputation for providing the highest quality products to our customers.
Who You'll Work With
You will be a member of the TMG Engineering Program Management team responsible for program management (planning and execution) of the qualification and release of multi-sourced transceiver products. In this role you will work across many groups such as Transceiver Engineering, Component Engineering, Product Marketing, Supply Chain Operations, Platform Engineering, and module Suppliers.
Who You Are
You are a hardware program manager who is collaborative, detail-oriented, efficient at multi-tasking, communicative, and enjoy driving all aspects of projects to completion.
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Physics, Applied Science, Optics, Engineering, or a related field.
- Minimum of five (5) years of work experience with at least one (1) year of previous engineering program management experience of High Tech boards, systems, and/or module hardware development projects.
- Good written and personal communication skills.
- Ability to lead meetings and collaborate with up to 10 attendees. Public speaking experience a plus.
- Ability to motivate and negotiate.
- Good organizational skills with the ability to manage effectively multiple projects simultaneously.
- Capable of creating project plans and schedules.
- Experience in managing hardware projects through xDVT, L1/L2, and Compliance qualification processes.
- Experience working with 3rd party suppliers of hardware components.
- Able to generate clear and concise project status updates.
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