Sr Director - NPI Sourcing/AME

Honeywell   •  

Tempe, AZ

Industry: Manufacturing & Automotive

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Not Specified years

Posted 37 days ago

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The selected candidate will lead the Honeywell Aerospace New Product Sourcing & Manufacturing Engineering team. As part of the job, you will be responsible for selected high quality suppliers for new product development along with leading the Advanced Manufacturing Engineering teams who will insure new product design, manufacturability and unit cost requirements are met. This NPI Sourcing/AME team is an integral part of the overall Aerospace new product development processes and will execute in accordance with IPDS / Flawless Launch principle. Additionally, you will develop new products, processes, standards or operational plans in support of the organization's business strategies, with a direct impact on business unit/function overall results. You will lead and manage a group of talented professionals who provide and develop expertise to facilitate the success of development programs across Honeywell Aerospace.

Empower leaders to make informed and strategic decisions through the use of data analytics

Lead Early Supplier Engagement activities, select and contract with suppliers that will meet Honeywell requirements and business objectives.

Lead and maintain an optimized program management operating system for specific business segment programs

Build a world-class workforce that creates competitive advantage by recruiting, developing, and retaining top talent

Key Responsibilities

Product developmentManagement of value propositionTalent management and development

YOU MUST HAVE

  • Bachelor degree in Engineering, Manufacturing, Business

WE VALUE

  • Extensive experience in engineering
  • Manufacturing and lean principles and processes
  • Ability to convey subtle or complex messages clearly, as appropriate for the topic and audience.
  • Diverse and global teaming and collaboration
  • Supply chain management experience
  • You find the correct balance between demand and capacity when establishing priorities for the organization.