08 May Medtronic IC Design Engineering Manager ID: 2300061P
Careers that Change Lives:
Engineers, Technicians and Scientists create our market-leading portfolio of innovations. Join us to make a lasting impact. Help bring the next generation of life-changing medical technology to patients worldwide.
Together, we can change healthcare worldwide. At Medtronic, we push the limits of what technology can do to help alleviate pain, restore health and extend life. We challenge ourselves and each other to make tomorrow better than yesterday. It is what makes this an exciting and rewarding place to be.
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Help bring the next generation of life-changing medical technology to patients worldwide.
This IC Design Engineering Manager will provide the leadership necessary to build Digital or Analog IC Design functional excellence with deep understanding of overall IC design.
A Day in the Life:
•Manage the activities of IC Design with responsibility for results in terms of costs, methods, and employees. Accomplish results through subordinate Design Engineers or specialist employees. Recommend organizational structures of functions and units.
•Frequent contacts with equivalent level managers and other Functional representatives and customer representatives concerning projects, operational decisions, scheduling requirements, or contractual clarifications. Conduct briefings and technical meetings for internal and external representatives.
•Responsible for all projects assigned to the section(s) or department(s). Act as an advisor to subordinate staff members to meet schedules or resolve technical or operational problems. Directly participate in establishing and administering many functional projects. Develop and administer budgets, schedules, and performance standards.
•Hands on technical and may need to act as a key individual contributor when there is a need.
•Exert influence in the development of overall objectives and long-range goals of the organization. Erroneous decisions or recommendations would normally result in critical delays and modifications to projects or operations; cause substantial expenditure or additional time, human resources, and funds; and jeopardize future business activity.
•Assignments are received in objective oriented terms. Provide guidance to subordinates based on organizational goals and company policy. Work is reviewed in terms of meeting the organization’s objectives and schedules.