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Project Manager

Full-time at ECCO Safety Group in Suzhou

We are seeking a Project Manager to join our winning team environment in Suzhou, China. ECCO Safety Group is a Boise, Idaho based manufacturer with multiple locations in the US, Europe, Australia, and Asia. As an ECCO Safety Group team member you will passionately strive to provide the best combination of quality products at competitive prices and excellent customer service, raising the bar of what the customer should expect from the market leader. You will join a team that is dedicated to defending our world leadership position by supporting our customers’ business and profitability as if it were our own.

Position Summary

The operation in China consists of a manufacturing facility in Suzhou with over 55 staff producing various products in the ECCO Safety Group product range. This position is based in Suzhou with a direct report to the Operations Director in Suzhou and a matrix reporting line to the Global VP of Operations.

The Project Manager will lead cross-functional team through feasibility, design, production, and release activities to produce world-class products for the commercial vehicle market. They will work directly with our Asia based supply chain, Our UK based Britax division, and the US based ECCO Safety Group supply chain team.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Our Britax division in the UK is in the process of moving their mirror and mirror arm assemblies from the UK to Suzhou. This position will act as the project manager of these transfers in Suzhou.
• The position laisses with the Britax (UK) supply chain and engineering teams to facilitate the transfer of products and NPI’s.
• Successful completion and delivery of projects on time and within budget.
• Responsible for reporting projects status and critical path items to all levels of the organization.
• Act as site liaison with between Suzhou supply chain and ESG supply chains worldwide.
• Focus on exceptional quality while eliminating unnecessary costs within the facility and manufacturing process.
• Lead cross-functional teams in the development of world-class products and their underlying technologies.
• Responsible for documenting and archiving all project deliverables.
• Perform other duties as assigned or needed to support ECCO’s Mission Statement and Company Goals.

QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, or related field.
• Demonstrated ability to manage multiple, concurrent projects.
• Good analytical and communications skills both verbal and written.
• Excellent analysis and critical thinking skills.
• Effectively deal with deadlines and changing priorities within a fast paced global environment.
• Proficient in the use of MS Office, MS Project.
• Mandarin language skills are a bonus.

About us

ECCO Safety Group is an umbrella organization providing centralized, global support functions to the business units of the Group. ESG is the worldwide market leader in emergency lighting and audible warning equipment for commercial and emergency vehicles.

Headquartered in Boise, Idaho, USA, ESG has manufacturing in nine locations on four continents, along with an additional four sales offices in Europe, Australia and China, together employing 900 team members.

At the core of ESG's philosophy is superior customer intimacy. This is why each of the Group’s business units operate independently, controlling sales and marketing, customer service and manufacturing operations to meet the specific needs of their customers and market opportunities. Each business unit is free to make the best decisions to serve their customers, gain market share and grow profits without the need to duplicate departments.

Globally, ESG serves more than 3,000 OEM and private label, fleet and aftermarket customers in a range of industries from heavy construction and material handling equipment to utilities and the emergency services.


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