The Engineering Program Manager is an integral part of the engineering and development team and will be responsible for executing a broad range of oversight, tracking, and management goals.
Manage cross-functional programs from end-to-end, covering a range of areas including Infotainment, Autopilot, Controller and other Low Voltage subsystems, along with coordinating with hardware and software/firmware platforms, as well as coordination with mechanical/thermal teams.
Work collaboratively with engineering leads and managers to set goals and track deliverables.
Provide clear input and plan to the project team on schedules, issues, and deliverables related to subsystem and vehicle development.
Communicate Engineering requirements between Supply Chain and Purchasing to facilitate material planning.
Consolidate inputs from across Tesla into executive reviews highlighting risks and opportunities.
Constantly work to evolve our processes towards increasing precision and dependability, while still maintaining the agility that has gotten Tesla to where we are now.
Lead your teams with strength and confidence through rapid development cycles, changing requirements, and uncertainty.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree, with Master's degree preferred, in electrical engineering or computer science, or equivalent experience and proof of exceptional abilities.
10+ years experience in product development, ideally with multiple delivered products in medium-to-high volume industry.
Familiarity with electrical engineering, software development, and mechanical engineering process.
Experience in planning activities and vendor management in an engineering environment.
Demonstrated ability to understand complex development projects and identify critical elements.
Detail oriented with strong record-keeping and organizational skills.
Ability to work cross functionally between engineering, production, and supply chain personnel.
Individual contributor design engineering experience is highly valued.