Remote Position - US BASED ONLY
What you will do
The platforming program manager supports technical director in creating hardware platforms and component reuse by creating business cases and setting up platforming programs within NBUs. The Platforming Program Manager is responsible for establishing operational processes, governance and KPI's; project cost models and quantify platforming impact; oversee risk and lifecycle management of hardware platforms.
Works under minimal supervision and in conjunction with leaders across all functional groups. Acts independently to resolve challenges and to address opportunities related to the platforming.
How you will do it
Establish operational processes, infrastructure, KPIs, and governance model to launch CoE operations
Support and document collaboration between Platform CoE and cross functional CoPs to pro-actively drive consolidation and re-use
Projecting cost models and quantifying platforming impact
Overseeing risk and lifecycle management of platforms
Work with functional group leadership to identify program scope, budget, schedule, resources, and business case
Lead program kick-off to assemble team, provide program overview including scope, budget and schedule and communicate team member expectations
Lead team meetings with all functional areas to track progress, identify issues and develop action plans
Adhere to the JCI internal product development process, holding team members accountable for their deliverables in accordance to requirements and verifying completion of each deliverable
Manage program budget, accounting for both capital and expense spending by month and by function; for over budget items, document action to recover budget.
Work with Finance, Project Management and Product Management update the business case on an ongoing basis to ensure financials are properly represented.
Manage the program scope, ensuring that any scope changes after Phase 1 Exit are documented, communicated and approved prior to including in schedule
Prepare for and report on program status at the Monthly Program Reviews communicating progress on any prior month identified issues
Adapt communication style in response to varying situations, groups, and cultures
Engage and inform others to ensure the desired outcome
Adjust efforts and approaches to meet goals and deadlines
Analyze and draw conclusions based on less-than-complete data
Works under general direction to define and execute development projects to achieve business objectives
Builds a strong and integrated global team across design centers in US (Milwaukee), India and China.
Develops a strong working network with peers and functional leaders globally
Provides leadership to maintain a culture that is driven to execute projects with speed and agility with proper consideration to cost, schedule and scope.
Encourages excellence, drives accountability and a sense of urgency
Directs team to define product architectures that maintain alignment with broader platforms and system architectures
Maintains effective relations with customers, suppliers and partners
Fosters an environment of integrity and high ethical standards that aligns with the Johnson Controls Core Values
Works with leaders from across the business to leverage technology development and share best practices
What we look for
Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Business, or a related field
Minimum of 5+ years of experience managing programs/projects OR experience working on a program team as a functional lead
Strong leadership and project management skills; ability to organize and influence people to action
Experience in product lifecycle management and associated tools and systems
Expertise in hardware electrical design and processing platforms; knowledge of software systems
Capable of translating technical specifications to business potential and prioritizing accordingly
Ability to communicate effectively in a technical environment, including in front of C-level and VP-level stakeholders
Demonstrated organizational skills, including project planning, project management, and team building
Experience with a wide variety of structured problem solving processes and reporting tools, including Microsoft PowerPoint
Excellent understanding of financial concepts
Ability to work in a global team environment
Agile Certification in SM, PO or ART role
Experience working in manufacturing organizations
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