The Warehouse Project Manager II is responsible for leading Supply Chain projects from concept through implementation and roll-out. Projects are typically medium to large in scope, cross-functional and complex in nature, and are expected to deliver significant benefits in terms of customer satisfaction, productivity and working capital.
The role of Project Manager (PM) II, is responsible for coordinating efforts of an entire team to plan and execute project business from bid/quoting phase to execution/fulfillment. The PM II is charged with managing scope of a project to ensure a profitable budget is proposed/presented to the customer. If PO is received, the PM II will manage execution/fulfillment to complete project within schedule while maintaining budget and overall profitability.
We’re looking to provide an opportunity to gain a tremendous amount of knowledge regarding the company, our products and how our operations drive the growth of Hilti’s business. Through the completion of value-added projects and day-to-day tasks, the intern supports various projects on our Tulsa Operations team.
Local project leader for the roll-out of the new toolbox generation for all Hilti tools. Taking care about the definition and qualification of this new generation of toolboxes together with the local sourcing team and managing the phase-in / phase-out in close collaboration with the European project team. Responsible for the packaging definition (sales and transport packaging) of all new projects planned to be produced in Hilti Shanghai and later on also for other China entities.
· Lead an interdisciplinary project team from market evaluation to market introduction of new products respectively product systems. · Manage projects of medium to high complexity. · Secure achievement of project targets from a quality, cost, performance and time perspective.
The TTM project manager is the entrepreneur in Hilti that turns assets (knowledge, people, and equipment) into innovative products to achieve long term differentiation vs competition. Technical understanding, combined with very good people and communication skills are essential to perform this job.