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Technical Program Manager

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Technical Program Manager

Emplacement : Fremont, CA, United States


Background: Excelitas Global Advanced Manufacturing organization is a new corporate manufacturing engineering group under global operations. The objective of the organization, working closely with the respective global (Americas, Europe, and Asia) site leaderships and lean six sigma continuous improvement teams, is to formulate, implement, and harmonize our advanced manufacturing strategies across the global Excelitas factory network. Increased focus will be on Robotic Process Automation including AGVs and COBOTS, Digitization, Data Sciences, Additive Manufacturing, IIOT, MES systems, SPC, data visualization platforms, APC, and other technologies to fundamentally improve our factory's productivity. The successful candidate will be based in Fremont, CA. Responsibilities: . Formulate, implement, and harmonize our advanced manufacturing (systems and processes; hardware and analytics) strategies in order to be the most productive and glocally (global-local) optimized photonics global manufacturing network . Provide thought leadership in Factory 4.0 solutions with an execution and results oriented mindset . Drive continuous improvement/lean six sigma management planning and execution in partnership with local leadership using a balanced global and local optimization approach . Provide support for advanced manufacturing and technology transfer strategic initiatives . Provide business/operations/engineering data analytics and statistical analysis support to lean six sigma CI and advanced manufacturing projects . Develop executive level and plant/site manager-level data visualization platforms to ensure factory's productivity and operations excellence are tracked and aligned with advanced manufacturing strategic initiatives . Improve, streamline, and automate manufacturing processes and systems of measure . Work on advanced manufacturing projects with local engineering teams at our factories and with external suppliers . Working with IT manufacturing, both corporate and site-level, contribute to overall architectural design of OEE monitoring platforms, SAP/ERP MES, and SQL/datalake database design


Requirements: The Global Advanced Manufacturing team at Excelitas embodies a high performance, collaborative culture, marked by highly analytical, attention-to-details, relentless, highly hands-on individuals. They work together and with others to solve difficult and complex problems. They are innovative and have great intuition to arrive at integrated solutions that are simple, but not simplistic. They are able to move fast to quickly hack at a problem without having perfect data while performing due diligence, rigorous analysis, and iterations in the background to finally arrive at a robust solution that lasts. They relish in building something that they can be proud of. They possess the elusive end-to-end ownership characteristic and have strong engineering pride, always willing to go above and beyond to help others. They are respectful of others. They are open-minded to the ideas of others, willing to confront data even if it goes against their model, possess utmost work integrity, and are able to lead and influence. Typical, strong candidates for this role possess a majority of the below attributes: . BS/MS/PhD in science/engineering with a demonstrated academic record of excellence . 5-12 years of solid engineering experience in a high volume manufacturing environment, esp. in process engineering (unit process or integration), equipment engineering, and/or hardware/software automation engineering, preferably in the semiconductor/photonics industry . Experience in managing engineering teams, either directly or indirectly in high volume manufacturing environments . Demonstrated track record to rapidly analyze and solve complex engineering issues by pursuing a focused solution path with a clear understanding of the point of diminishing returns . Experience in lean six sigma continuous improvement projects in a high volume manufacturing environment; embodies the culture and lives by it . Proficient in statistical analysis and data visualization towards problem solving and influencing clear, objective, decision making . Proficient in statistical process control (SPC) ideation, optimization, and implementation . Proficient in the use of Excel, JMP, R, Tableau and/or Python to automate complex analysis; comfortable with script writing and dashboard design/creations . Experience in Manufacturing Execution System (MES) . Demonstrated track record to summarize complex data sets for technical and non-technical audiences including proficiency in Tableau data visualization . Highly self-motivated and self-directed with demonstrated ability to work well with people; have strong inter-cultural intuition and able to disagree and commit . Demonstrated track record of hands-on experience and ownership around manufacturing equipment and process modules . Strong verbal and written communications skills: from extemporaneous, freestyle discussion to structured synthesis of detailed technical reports to executive level distillation, having the ability to connect to business ROI . Willingness to travel to sites in Europe, North America, and Asia . This position requires use of information which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) such as State Department controlled products. All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee. EEO/Minority/Female/Veterans/Disabled All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their protected veteran status.