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Work at the forefront of automotive innovation with ZF,
one of the world’s leading automotive suppliers.

Engineering Project Manager (Radar)

Req ID 6964 Yokohama, Japan

  

We are looking for a new colleague in the Electronics and ADAS Division at our location in Yokohama.

 

Your Tasks

  • Engineering Task Management : Manage engineering related action items/questions, issues and customer/intenal devlopment schedule to close open items in a timely manner.  Provide customer engineering support about Functions, SW, HW and Algorithm related technical questions with working with global discipline team.
  • Schedule Management : Develop development schedule and Design Content Roll-out Plan (DCRP) baed on customer expectation, milestones and internal milestones and manage it not to slip eadline.  Customer negotiation included.
  • Deliverables/Documents/Drawing management: Clarify and Develop/Provide required devlivarables in a timely manner not to miss miilestones.
  • Customer management : Understand customer expectations and increase customer satisfactions in technically.
  • RFI/RFQ technical lead : Lead to clarify / organie RFI/RFQ analysis and to prepare for feedback/PPT, working with gloval Discipline team.

 

Your Profile

  • Baehclors Degree or higher in Engineering.  Electrical/Computer Engineering preferred.
  • Fluent in English and Japanese
  • At lease 5-10 years of experience in Automotive ECU related product development and validatin experience.
  • Automotive related product design experience is preferred.
  • Ability to communicate in English and Japanese on technical subjects both in oral and writing, to work with global team members and customers.

 

Be part of our ZF team as Engineering Project Manager (Radar) and apply now!

Contact

Xiaofan Wang

(+86) (0)21 61288150

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