Parker Hannifin Corporation Eng Mgr II Electrical in KALAMAZOO, Michigan

Essential Functions1. Leads the technical effort and defines engineering plans and expected outcomes for a major engineering team. Develop plans for multiple projects and determine team and resource allocation by reviewing technical proposals, internal and subcontract capabilities, and conferring with management. Manage the deployment of resources among teams and for engineers assigned to various programs (e.g. matrix to a business team). May act as a Control Account Manager (CAM) for projects applying Earned Value Management (EVM).. 2. Provide leadership and direction on product development and the introduction of new technology; may lead or support collaboration on research activities. Lead the team and expert staff in interpreting technical requirements, managing associated risk, and completing technical studies and design reviews. 3. Serves as a technical liaison with program management and customer technical representatives to present status and/or refine project plans; assess and make technical determinations on changes in customer requirements (e.g. design specifications; change impact on cost/schedule). 4. Ensures teams are implementing and achieving process improvement and design standardization objectives (e.g. structured design process). Maintains consistent engineering practices, standards, and documentation procedures and reporting capabilities. Takes appropriate steps to protect and safeguard Parker intellectual property. 5. Accountable for full budget planning and non-recurring and recurring cost and schedule management that may include engineering systems and staffing for multiple facilities. Provides input to leadership on long range plans to meet both current and anticipated growth and resource challenges (e.g. workforce planning; new technical systems investments). 6. Partners with and promotes technical collaboration opportunities for product innovation or systems solutions. Serves as a primary liaison on technical capabilities. Provides input to the technology roadmap and division business plans. 7. Make recommendations and decisions on human resources actions (e.g. staffing, training, compensation, etc.); discusses exceptional cases with the next level manager. Communicate and implement actions to ensure Parker values and company policies are well understood and maintained (e.g. business ethics; integrity; inclusion). 8. Identify and create technical training and development plans. Mentor or serve as a resource to share specialized knowledge with others. Maintain leadership and technical capabilities through continued education or training.ResponsibilitiesThe Engineering Manager (Electrical) will provide guidance for career development for his or her direct reports, assume CAM responsibilities for projectsrograms, and recommend staffing needs to support product road map and investments for design tools. Responsible to lead, manage, and provide technical direction to product development engineering teams including multiple sub teams and/or significant contracted external engineering resources. Leads the technical effort, defines engineering plans, and ensures program objectives and contractual requirements or customer expectations are met, including required scope, cost and schedule constraints.Qualifications Bachelor's degree (BS) (or Professional Engineer (PE) certificate) in engineering or a science technical discipline; Master's degree (MS or MBA) preferred. Demonstrated ability to perform the essential functions of the job typically acquired through 10-12 years of related experience. Has prior management/supervisory responsibility for 4 or more years including project engineering experience. Broad knowledge and understanding of primary engineering domains and specialized products/systems as they are applied to varied engineering projects. Ability to apply and integrate knowledge of