In this role, you have the opportunity to
Act as a project team leader within the Change Management office is responsible for oversight of small to mid-size scope product changes within our sustaining MRI magnet platform. Project coordination activities are end-to-end, forming teams to scope a change through to final implementation in the SAP system with introduction to manufacturing.
You are responsible for
Ownership to create, revise, and close the Engineering Change Request package within the PLM software.
Identify cross-functional team members needed to support each change project and make resource requests to appropriate management.
Develop detailed project plans in MS Project and/or Clarity for larger scope changes.
Monitor metrics for individual change projects as applicable, including on time to schedule and budget.
Responsible for ensuring each change program stays within the scope of work that is approved, or escalate to management when needed.
Partner with manufacturing to ensure changes are introduced effectively with minimal impact on daily efficiency.
Provides change implementation support to manufacturing operations for larger scale NPI programs.
Ensure compliance of change projects to Magnet Business policies and procedures.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Degree in engineering or business discipline is preferred. (Minimum AS, prefer BS)
3+ years’ experience in change management for manufactured product
Medical Device exposure a plus
Solid interpersonal, communication and organizational skills with demonstrated track record working in and leading cross-functional teams
Familiarity with ERP systems (SAP) and PLM tools (Agile)
Strong MS office skills
Exposure to Clarity Project Management software a plus
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