$250K — $500K+*
Carrier is a leading provider of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, building controls and automation, and fire and security systems leading to safer, smarter, sustainable and high-performance buildings. As Carrier emerges as an independent, standalone company, the Carrier Global Engineering organization is transforming. This new multi-site organization will ensure Carrier’s lead position in the market through investments in advanced research, technologies and methods that will shape the future of our products. As part of this transformation, Carrier is revitalizing its approach, and looking for a multifaceted leader to lead our Research and Technology efforts, and to align with the business needs to deliver new value for our customers.
Willis Carrier invented the first modern air-conditioning system in 1902 and changed how people live, work, and play. Today, Carrier needs your talent to build upon this legacy and to deliver what’s next for the modern world!!
The candidate will lead the Research & Technology organization for Carrier. This organization will be part of Carrier’s central WHQ Engineering Strategy & Innovation organization, but will provide leadership and direction for Research & Technology efforts across all other WHQ and BU engineering organizations. The leader will set long range technology strategy for the Carrier group of companies, in conjunction with BU and Corporate Business and Product Strategy Teams. In this role they will identify and lead research projects and technology efforts conducted within Carrier, as well as developing partnerships to expand and demonstrate our internal capabilities.
The leader will align with long-term business strategy to define key technology areas of investment, and then will handle a portfolio of projects to achieve goals within the theme. The leader will also be responsible to synthesize the needs for technology capabilities across the company, and to develop and deploy initiatives to build those capabilities, including leadership of the Carrier Fellows program.
Valid through: 8/13/2020