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Global Operations prioritizes putting customers and partners first by developing the workforce of the future. This involves strategic, inclusive, and collaborative working culture. At our core, we strive to uphold HPE’s values – to partner, innovate and act – we are an organization that plan, source, and provide quality customer and partner experiences.
Collaborates with R&D and New Product Introduction (NPI) Supply Chain teams to successfully introduce new products into world-wide mass production. Product Engineers interface with R&D, factory process engineering, Test Engineering, Quality and reliability engineering to solve product quality or yield problems. Responsible to partner with Supplier Quality and R&D to sustain products through product change and cost reductions seeking yield improvements. Analyzes samples of defective units/sub-assemblies, reports the results to the appropriate design engineering, manufacturing engineering, test engineering and quality engineering team(s) as well as to the manufacturing group or area and/or vendor where the issue occurred, and recommends or implements changes to the product or process as applicable.
Coordinates and leads the activities of internal and outsourced development and manufacturing partners in support of the worldwide manufacture of a product from new- product introduction through end of lifecycle.
Creates and may perform engineering analysis of defective product units or sub- assemblies; evaluates results of customer feedback and manufacturing, test, and quality assurance processes for product.
Communicates product and process issue analysis to product stakeholders; collaborates with management, internal, and outsourced manufacturing and development partners to recommend and implement changes to product or process to reduce defects, improve quality, and lower costs.
May represent the product engineering team for all phases of larger and more- complex development and manufacturing projects.
Provides guidance and mentoring to less- experienced staff members.
Education and Experience Required:
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or equivalent.
Typically 4-6 years experience.
Knowledge and Skills:
Using engineering tools and software packages to test, design, and evaluate products and manufacturing processes.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Understanding of material properties and hardware and electrical component design and manufacture.
Using empirical analysis, modeling and testing methodologies to validate product designs and specifications.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills; mastery in English and local language.
Ability to effectively communicate manufacturing and test plans, proposals, and results, and comfortable to negotiate options at management levels.
A competitive salary and extensive social benefits
Diverse and dynamic work environment
Work-life balance and support for career development
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