The Diagnostics Engineer/Project Manager will take on the responsibility of managing the technical production and contractual aspects of multiple projects within the office with focus on restoration, rehabilitation, renovation, and forensics related work.
In this critical role, you will be responsible for Technical/Business Program Management of multiple power amplifier/front-end module/multi-mode development projects from initial proposal phase through production launch.
You will be involved with a variety of water-related projects such as water and sewer master plans; pipelines, pump stations, reservoirs, wells, hydraulic structures and water and wastewater treatment facility designs, including membrane process and exchanges.
Drive day-to-day activities to meet overall project objectives, create schedules, escalate critical issues as appropriate, align with cross-functional team to drive milestones and set priorities to achieve project timelines.
You will be responsible for leading the engineering efforts on multiple programs to deliver integrated digital cockpits, the role requires strong leadership and communication skills and ability to build strong working relationships across a multi-disciplined organization and team.
Manage technical and project level risk processes as well as internal scope and change control activities; comply with company product lifecycle management process expectations and similar industry standards.
The Facilities Engineer oversees the day-to-day activities of the Plant Engineering (PE) function. He/She is responsible for cross functional interaction, process engineering, and overseeing and managing projects to ensure on time, on budget, and quality completion.