Vacante


Contacto:
reclutamiento@lopeztamayoconsultores.com.mx

Líder de Proyecto ABCG8085 Sector Industrial Automotriz Bilingue

Fecha:
21-05-2019
Ciudad
Puebla
Estado
Puebla
Sueldo
80,000
Descripción

Project Leader position to join our team based Puebla (Mexico). As a Senior Project Leader, you will be in charge of global and regional programs leading the cross functional teams of sales, product development, operations, quality, purchasing and cost controlling.  

Key Responsibilities

·          Program execution and program launching exceeding the expectations in quality, timing and cost

·          Full budget control of the program, including engineering, customer investment and internal investment

·          Build an effective relationship with the customer at all levels

·          Lead the cross-functional teams to deliver new programs and future model years/phase lifts

·          Plan and execute of all activities to meet customer milestones

·          Ensure the corporate processes and tools are used effectively by all team members

·          Establish an effective internal relationship with the local team as well as the global team in the organization

·          Lead VA/VE and cost optimization activities, by planning and executing its implementation aggressively

·          Risk management and risk mitigation/avoidance

 


Requisitos:

Skills required

·          Bachelor’s degree

·          Excellent communication and persuasive skills

·          Fluent English is mandatory,  German is a plus

·          Proactive, fast paced, capable to motivate teams and with a go-ahead attitude to solve problems and conflicts

·          Capable to work well under pressure

·          Wide experience in launching Automotive Programs

Experience required

·          Experience in managing and launching automotive programs

·          Program Management experience (+4 years)

·          Proven experience in managing full launches

·          Experience in APQP processes

Proven experience managing program budgets


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