Electronics Engineer Manger
Lancer Corporation 8 reviews - San Antonio, TX

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Reports to: Director of Engineering – Innovation & Electronics

Section II: Basic Purpose and Scope

This position exists to provide leadership, project management and administration for the Electronics Engineering group to support new product development and maintenance of existing products as needed.

Section III: Responsibilities

Under General Direction, and federal, state and local laws/regulations and Lancer Corporation policies, procedures and guidelines, this position has the following responsibilities:

% of Time - Is this Duty Essential?

1. Coordinates and manages implementation of electronic board design, software development, wire harnesses design, electrical component selection, and agency testing/approval. 25%

2. Researches new technologies, processes and equipment. Look for strategic opportunities for Lancer products. 20%

3. Supervises activities of Engineers, Designers, and/or Lab Technicians. Works with PMO and Project Managers to set priorities and plan work. Maintains project tracking in AX and LEAP systems. 20%

4. Supports the resolution of technical problems in the field, working with both Lancer and Customer personnel. 15%

5. Coordinates and leads meetings with direct reports. Promotes communication and support within the group. 10%

6. Other duties as required by the Director. 10%

Company management reserves the right to add, delete, or otherwise alter assigned duties at any time. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The minimum qualifications listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and / or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They should not be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties & skills required of personnel so classified.
SECTION IV: Minimum Qualifications

A. Required Education: Electrical Engineering Degree or Equivalent Experience

B. Required Experience: 15+ years experience in Electronics Hardware and Software Engineering/Design. 5+ years managerial experience. Proficient in MS Office Applications.

C. Required Skills: Excellent communication skills; including listening, verbal, and written. Excellent organizational skills. The ability to organize and manage multiple priorities. Strong customer orientation. Commitment to Company values.

D. Physical dimensions: The physical dimensions described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. This includes the requirement to type quickly and write, to talk, and hear, and to listen and process information, then utilize it to provide employees and customers with desired information. The employee is frequently required to sit, walk briskly, stand, stoop and reach for items.

E. Required Certification/Licensing: None

F. Desired Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Lean product development knowledge. Knowledge of beverage industry. Bilingual preferred.

EEO category: Professionals

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Employee Acknowledgement:

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the people assigned to this classification. They should not be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and skills of personnel so classified.

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Lancer is a leading manufacturer and marketer of beverage dispensing systems serving customers throughout the world. Headquartered in San...