Senior Mechanical Engineer-MEC00000059
Job Research & Development
Primary Location US-San Diego
Organization Smart Devices
Job Level Individual Contributor
Education Level Bachelor's Degree (±16 years)
Job Type Experienced
Employee Status Regular
Travel Yes, 25% of the time
03 Feb 2012 05:29:00
"Connecting People" is at the heart of the Nokia brand. Nokia is the world's number one mobile solutions company, connecting more than 1.3 billion people every day. Mobile maps, apps, music, media, messaging and more are explored and presented here in a comprehensive mobile solutions world.
Nokia's people ambition is very clear: an advanced integrated company built upon trust and accountability, great leadership and common values. We understand people's desire to join a dynamic and innovative team, where your ideas are valued and your creativity is nurtured. Our future is your creation.
As a Sr Mechanical Project Leader, you will be part of a cross-functional design team responsible for conceiving, designing and producing exciting new products.
You will be a part of a team of product design engineers to bring products to market with both internal and external development teams. You will need to work closely with many different groups, including Industrial Design, Hardware Engineering, Operations, Design Validation, Thermal, EMC, and Software.
Primary Job Responsibilities & Tasks:
· Responsible for Mechanical project planning, requirements definition, error and risk management, leading the Mechanical hardware design and testing verification in close co-operation with our co-development partners. You will lead technical reviews and approval for all mechanical related tasks.
· Manage product program Mechanical project and deliverables according to project plan, processes, requirements, specifications and objectives.
· Sr. Mechanical Project Engineer provides the technical guidance and direction necessary to co-development partner's team through authoritative decision making, integration and testing reviews as well as timely performance feedback to ensure that the co-development partner successfully delivers an acceptable Mechancial design.