RF/Hardware Engineering Manager

Scope of Responsibilities & Position Expectations

  • Managing experienced cross-functional engineering teams responsible for PMP hardware designs.
  • Provide technical leadership in all phases of product development, including product definition, architecture, system, validation, layout/layout supervision, lab debug and production support for local and global teams.
  • Demonstrated project management and talent management skills.
  • Strong leadership skills with the ability to engage and motivate engineering talent, define and set deliverables, plan resources, manage schedules, drive design methodology improvement.
  • You will manage the recruitment, selection and retention of the team as we continue to grow our business.
  • You and your team will engage closely with other development centers during the initial development phases and you will have responsibility for engineering on assigned projects.
  • Vendors and customers management, active collaboration with suppliers and contract manufacturers.

Requirements:
  • BS or MS in Electrical Engineering.
  • 10+ years of experience building and leading engineering organizations delivering world-class wireless products and solutions.
  • Working knowledge of RF and Wireless Hardware Platform Design and Validation.
  • Working knowledge of Qualcomm and Broadcom wireless chipsets.
  • Thorough understanding of product development and NPI processes.
  • Deep technical expertise in one or more areas of core electrical engineering: Digital, RF, Antenna, etc.
  • Strong working knowledge of mechanical engineering.
  • Proven history of managing multiple teams delivering novel, pipelined products.
  • A passion for leading, mentoring, and inspiring strong, talented engineers.
  • Up to 20% domestic and international travel.
  • Proven project management skills.
  • Strong organizational skills, leadership, oral and written communication skills.
  • Areas of preferred development expertise include RF Technology, Radio Baseband Technology, and Digital and Analog Processing Core Development.



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