Project Engineer - Exterior Lighting

Company Name:
Tenacious Staffing
Our client, in the automotive industry, is in need of a talented and motivated
Project Engineer
to join their team ASAP!
You will provide product design direction and release of new and current model exterior lighting products.
Primary responsibilities
o Provide feasibility of early studio concepts
o Lead design and release of customer defined exterior lighting products.
o Provide direction to CAD members to assure customer design intent is met and all government regulations are in compliance.
o Launch product at customer assembly plants
o Develop/drive program deliverables and metrics which include risk assessments, issue documentation, internal communication, customer communication and problem solving.
o Manage and communicate progress and risk.
o Implement new exterior lighting technologies
This position is eligible for an end of the year discretionary bonus determined by their supervisor.
o Minimum 5 years exterior automotive lighting preferred
o B.S. in Engineering
o Solid understanding of manufacturing, engineering and product engineering disciplines and processes.
o Ability to drive cross-functional teams through development phase to closure.
o Strong verbal/written communication and presentation skills
o Working knowledge of electronics
o Practical working experience of LED technologies.
Full time position
Salary: $70,000 to $100,000
Bonus: based on performance
Benefits: Yes
Relocation package is provided
US Citizen/Permanent Resident/
TN Visas
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please submit your resume for immediate consideration!
Apply Now: http://app.betterinterviews.com/careers/TenaciousStaffing/vacancies/1507?board=

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