Senior Electrical Engineer - Advanced Purchasing

Company Name:
Salary period: Annual
Additional classifications: Manufacturing and Production
Senior Electrical Engineer - Advanced Purchasing - 11161
Job Type - Full time permanent
Primary Location - United States - New Hampshire
OSRAM SYLVANIA seeks a Senior Electrical Engineer - Advanced Purchasing in Hillsboro, NH.
Responsibilities include:
Provide Purchasing Department with technical support in connection with complex cost reduction measures for product development of our Solid State Lighting ( SSL ) products, including:
Participate in the product manufacturing and SSL product development process;
Review engineering projects for the Business Units line of business to evaluate the financial aspects of product development;
Conduct and manage cost-benefit analysis reports and workshops with identified key/strategic suppliers to concentrate on the key functions and requirements of the components/projects;
Initiate market research studies, and analyze findings of domestic and international technology price trends to identify new suppliers for on-going, current technologies;
Interface with Engineering teams for design evaluation and product changes; and
Support, assist and recommend the definition of material/product technologies and supplies to be utilized.
40 hours/week, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements: Bachelor's degree, or foreign equivalent, in Electrical Engineering or related field, plus five (5) years of progressive experience in the job offered, or as a Design Engineer, or any similar engineering position.
Special Requirements: Experience, which may be gained concurrently, to include two (2) years of each of the following:
1) manufacturing practices;
2) component level design, including PCB layouts, and AC/DC power converters;
3) working with strategic suppliers; and
4) project management. Position requires demonstrated excellent technical, analytical and verbal/written communication skills. Occasional short-term travel required (5%).
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