Design and maintain quality control systems, oversee first article inspection and source inspection activities, determine disposition of non-conforming material and assign corrective action at the sub-system level.
The Project Portfolio Manager ensures the portfolio is aligned with the organizations business goals, both in terms of prioritizing files and coordinating related resources (financial and human resources, partnerships) in order to achieve the anticipated results.
As a Project Manager in Supply Chain, you will lead Hot Beverage Development and Commercialization Projects. You will be responsible for assembling the project team, identifying resources and assigning responsibilities, and developing and executing the schedule to ensure on-time, in-full launches of new beverages. You will work with our external customers and internal business functions, R&D, Marketing, Manufacturing, Planning, Quality, Engineering, etc. to coordinate and manage plan activities.
The ASIC Project Manager, also known as Client Focal Point, manages all aspects of ASIC project from RTL entry to design tapeout. ASIC project manager is responsible for overseeing the ASIC design progress, interfacing with client on all aspects of the ASIC project and delivering ASIC design on schedule and on budget.
The Manager of Project Management is accountable for coordinating and managing clients' projects through all phases of laboratory operations, including project set-up and maintenance, login review, communication of analytical issues, client account maintenance, reporting, invoicing, bottle orders, client pickups, identification of work share facilities, and assigning PM upon awarded quote and proposal.
In partnership with the Implementation and Operations teams, develop, maintain and execute a clear project management plan for defining the processes and procedures for how the project will be planned, executed and controlled.
Provide technical direction and managing the workforce assigned to the project and provide a framework for project planning, communications and reporting on the activities and procedures and contracts.