316153 Engineering Program Manager
Cooper Lighting Solutions. We build forward-thinking lighting solutions that make people’s lives safer, while making buildings, homes and cities smarter and more sustainable. We deliver an industry-leading portfolio of indoor and outdoor lighting, lighting controls and smart lighting systems.
Cooper Lighting Solutions is a business unit of Signify, the world leader in lighting. Together we have a shared purpose to unlock the extraordinary potential of light for brighter lives and a better world. Our culture of continuous learning and commitment to diversity and inclusion creates an environment that allows you to build your skills and career. Together, we’re transforming our industry.
We’re looking for an Engineering Program Manager to join our Connected Buildings Team in Peachtree City GA.
You’ll be responsible you’ll be responsible for drive the development and implementation of lighting fixtures and connected lighting projects that enable the world of IoT.
We’re on the lookout for forward-thinking innovators with a passion for sustainability. If you match this description, get in touch!
What you’ll do
Work with a cross functional team to manage programs from concept to commercial execution
Coordinates closely with project stakeholders and cross-functional teams to document project scope and objectives
Integrate business, marketing and technology elements to create a cohesive project vision and team charter.
Coordinates with core teams to maintain a project plan aligned with the stage gate product development process
Manages project and product definition activities related to marketing and/or technical requirements; Execute programs within scope, time and budget
What you’ll need
Bachelor’s degree from accredited institution
5+ years of of experience in program management or engineering team management of new mechanical/electrical product development and market introductions
Proficient with project/program management tools such as MS Project and other bug tracking applications
Proven track record of managing new product developments through a stage gate process
Strong leader with excellent communication, organizational and people skills and the ability to work across functional groups
What you’ll get in return…
We’re offering multiple opportunities for career development, like mentoring, coaching and stretch assignments, with strong international exposure for dynamic profiles. You have the chance to learn every day, acquire new skills and perspectives through customized online programs, and on-the-job experiences.
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Who we are
Signify is the world leader in lighting. We provide professional customers and consumers with quality, energy-efficient LED lighting. And our lights, when connected, bring data to devices, apps and people – redefining what light can do and how you use it. Today, our innovations, such as LiFi – internet connectivity through light – and UV-C, solar and horticultural lighting, contribute to a safer, smarter, more sustainable world.
We’re operating in 74 countries with 32,000 people worldwide.
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