Program Management Leader

Garrett Motion Inc. Torrance , CA 90501

Posted 5 months ago

Be part of a team assessing and driving achievement of program specific performance within Garrett - Advancing Motion. You will be the technical leader and be the primary decision maker for program cost, schedule and technical issues. You will lead a team in the prioritization of work packages, design goals and objectives, and drive overall program performance.

  • Build a world-class workforce that creates competitive advantage by recruiting, developing, and retaining top talent

  • Lead and maintain an optimized program management operating system for specific business segment programs

  • Bring the best global thinking to your own organization and region

Job Activities

  • Lead Customer Business Team

  • Manage business portfolio

  • Assess and drive achievement of programs

  • Strategy development

  • Early problem detection and course correction.

  • Work with Strategic Planning & Annual Operating Plan

  • Involvement with program launches

  • Manage Program Metrics

You must have

Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance or Engineering

We value

  • Business acumen knowledge of current and emerging practices, methods, and information

  • Diverse and global teaming and collaboration

  • Strong management operating system that facilitates communication

  • Ensures that departmental core competencies include continuous PE skill development.

  • Understand of business objectives and more importantly the ability to interact with our customers

  • Work with functional leaders to prioritize resources and implement project objectives.

  • Persuade and influence others to accept new concepts, practices, and approaches

  • Significant experience in engineering

Garrett is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.

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