Electrical Engineer- Product Development Cook and Dine
JobTitle: Electrical Engineer- Product Development Cook and Dine
Do you have an engineering, manufacturing or product development background, able to juggle technical processes, manage projects and work seamlessly within a cross-functional team and are passionate about private brand Cook & Dine and Kitchen Appliance products?
As a Senior Technical Manager, you’ll be leading or participating in multiple projects. A typical day in this role will include serving as a liaison between technical and management teams, managing the approval workflows for various products, managing multiple projects, adjusting project schedules, and determining daily priorities for your team. You’ll be managing performance testing and benchmarking performance for various product categories. You may even find yourself on some international business trips. Sound like you? Take a look at the additional position details and qualifications below.
- You’ll be responsible for developing brand specifications for your business unit(s)
- You manage multiple business plans and projects
- You’ll oversee and set the direction for the projects you are managing
- You’ll be working to bring innovative and/or incremental products to the marketplace
- You’ll serve as the lead technical subject matter expert for buyers, brand teams, strategic suppliers and technical team members
Bachelor's degree in Business, Engineering or related field
3 years of experience in manufacturing, quality control, product development or related field
5 years of experience in manufacturing, quality control, product development or related field
Additional Preferred Qualifications
2 years of experience in product sourcing.
2 years of experience in product testing within a retail environment.
2 years of experience working on multi-national teams.
2 years of experience working with or for third-party testing laboratories.
2 years of merchandising experience in a retail environment.
Master’s degree in Business, Engineering, or related field.
Six Sigma or related certification.
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