Job Title: Engineering Project Coordinator IV
Location: Menlo Park, CA
Duration:12 months W2 ( possible conversion)
The Engineering Project Coordinator will run, administer and organize all engineering project activities, aiming at the flawless execution of the project. Responsibilities include coordination of activities, resources, equipment and information to ensure that the engineering teams’ needs are met as the project evolves.
Communicate project status to vendor regarding PO/invoice, material requirement, and delivery schedule
Collaborate with OPS, TPM/Eng Teams to define and drive internal & external SOW, SOP, RFI & RFQ
Drive Local SMT builds: work with Engineers & SMT vendors to manage day to day build activities
Document & communicate build progress
Lead Clear To Build based on engineering build matrix Ensure on time delivery of vendor components or finish goods, monitor and optimize logistic flows
Create Purchase Requisitions, maintain invoice tracking and Goods Receipts
Create and lead BOMs (Bill of Materials), part numbers, and release related user documentation
Create, handle and process Engineering Change Orders, Manufacturer Change Orders and Deviations Work on multiple projects simultaneously.
Work closely w/Engineers to maintain comprehensive EE, Mechanical & System BOM release for builds.
Drive OK2TOOL & OK2FAB sign-off process
Proficiency with project management tools to manage tasks, monitor and track project progress, and identify any issues that arise.
Act as the point of contact for project resources and communicate with team members as needed.
Manage onboarding of new team members, providing access and coordination of the use of engineering resources and project tools.
Proactively assess the needs of the project and communicate with management and stakeholders.
Ability to work with cross functional teams.
Development of communication materials as needed.
Create and maintain project documentation, plans and reports.
Proficient in microsoft office suite, great communication and collaboration across large teams, great organization, ability to work on multiple projects
Bachelor’s degree is required.