Program Manager

Company Name:
Randstad Engineering
An industry leading automotive supplier is searching for a Program Manager with experience leading new programs and new product launches. This person will lead the program team(s) through the program life cycle in order to achieve customer expectations and company mandated targets for all assigned program(s).
Responsibilities for the Program Manager
Acts as primary customer interface for all program issues
Ensures engineering targets (BOM cost, quality, delivery timing, tooling, performance, project engineering budget, etc.) for all assigned programs are met.
Provides technical leadership in directing the efforts of cross-functional project team in the development and production release of all relevant project deliverables in compliance with the product development process and customer expectations.
Provides onsite customer support from their team for vehicle level issues related to the assigned programs.
Requirements for the Program Manager
Bachelor's degree in engineering (preferred), manufacturing engineering, or business.
5-10 years experience regarding Major Responsibilities (listed above) in project management or comparable experience in automotive
Excellent medical benefits, bonus, relocation
Related Words: program manager, launch, automotive, plastic injection molding
Company Description:
Randstad is a $22.5 billion global provider of HR services and the second largest staffing organization in the world. From temporary staffing to permanent placement to in-house, professionals, search & selection, and HR Solutions, Randstad holds top positions around the world and has approximately 31,100 corporate employees working from its nearly 4,700 branches and in-house locations in 40 countries.

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