Position ID: # EB-3101659173
Date Posted: 7/27/2021 6:42:31 PM
Location: Tualatin, OR
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Our client is a trusted global supplier of innovative wafer fabrication equipment and services to the semiconductor industry. Our client's broad portfolio of market-leading deposition, etch, and clean solutions helps customers achieve success on the wafer by enabling device features that are 1,000 times smaller than a grain of sand, resulting in smaller, faster, more powerful, and more power-efficient chips—the kind that are driving the proliferation of technology into our everyday lives. To produce the tiny, complex chips used in products such as cell phones, computing devices, and entertainment gadgets, semiconductor manufacturers require highly sophisticated processes and equipment. In fact, nearly every leading-edge integrated circuit made today has been processed with our client’s equipment.
Position: Product Manager
Location: Tualatin, OR
The Product Manager supports leading-edge STRIKER ALD Product Lines for the company’s Deposition group. Product Managers are expected to design, develop and manage activities for a specific product or group of products from product definition and planning through production, release, CIP introduction and sustaining, and end of life. They serve as the central resource with design, process, manufacturing, test, quality and marketing as the product(s) move to production and distribution. They will lead and align the business unit on priorities, objectives and decisions to meet product requirements, and are involved throughout all stages of a product lifecycle including modifications, upgrades and maintenance of the product or product line. Key responsibilities include the following:
Managing New Product Development, Roadmaps and Capital Investment
Authoring vision statements, being accountable for documenting business objectives and product requirements
Defining the product offered for sale and communicating with internal organizations
Driving strategies to minimize configurability, maximize commonality, and cut-in new CIP
Ensuring the product meets performance targets, is available in manufacturing with predictable lead-time and cost, and is supportable in the field
Product Change, Quality, and Profitability Management Defining implementation strategy for product enhancements, improvements and fixes and communicate to stakeholders. Managing unreleased products and features; communicating early forecast plans with all stakeholders and manage/coordinate financial approvals Working with Sales Operations to ensure proper tool configurations and communicate build plan within business unit to ensure alignment for CIP Managing product cost reduction activities including material cost, I&W cost, and manufacturing cost Defining & managing financial reserve fund requirements to support implementation of enhancements/improvements to issues in the field Reviewing and dispositioning product enhancement changes and customer request
Business Unit Operational and Strategic Support Driving the Engineering Priority List (EPL) to ensure development and support activities are prioritized and aligned Analyzing and recommending financial reserves and disposition of unreleased material inventory in spares locations Supporting in costing new systems, upgrades and providing costing forecast information Assisting in management reviews and annual planning
The ideal candidate will have sound judgement and decision-making capability as well as demonstrated the capacity to provide structure and guidance and work effectively across multiple organizations. This person must possess a blend of business and technical savvy, big-picture vision, and the drive to make that vision a reality. You need to have the confidence work with highly technical and competent individuals to produce outcomes under sometimes uncertain and changing environments. Your core function is to manage the cost and probability of a single product line. To do this, you must be able to learn new systems quickly and work tirelessly to quickly understand the dynamics of the industry and organization.