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Senior Category Manager
Electronics
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Locations
Newport Beach, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
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Requirements
  • 10+ years of experience in sourcing, engineering, manufacturing, and/or supply chain
  • Domain expertise may include - semiconductors, passives, sensors, etc
  • Previous experience collaborating with outsourced manufacturing partners
  • Strategic thinker, experienced putting together commodities strategy/roadmap with key engineering stakeholders
  • Proven leadership in driving and influencing other teams to a common goal
  • Significant background with EE component demand-supply cycles with varied approaches in partnering with suppliers to ensure high demand-supply alignment in a volatile environment
  • Well-versed in TCO analysis to ensure data-driven analytics tied to component and supplier selection, in a product-based ecosystem
  • Bachelor's degree in engineering (BSME, BSEE) or other related technical degree. Advanced technical degree strongly preferred
Responsibilities
  • Act as the sourcing expert in the electronics commodities space
  • Develop strategic roadmaps linking to their relevant commodities, which include scanning and developing new suppliers for potential incorporation into new/existing products
  • Drive sophisticated sourcing efforts across key electronics areas, partnering closely with software, system, electrical, and other key engineering & technology fields
  • Deliver a seamless transition of viable new technologies into the product development process managing risks while meeting quality, schedule, and cost goals
  • Collaborate internally, negotiate the right tradeoffs, solicit cooperation and resolve problems, and advance new supplier or product offerings
  • Provide strong technical direction within the specific commodities, by evaluating and guiding product strategy throughout the product lifecycle
  • Manage and lead the operations effort of developing new and adaptations of existing technologies for Anduril
  • Develop & execute commercial agreements to properly reflect the expectations of project, which include fixed and variable costs, lead-times, schedules, manufacturing capacities, etc
  • Conduct regular technology reviews to Executive staff and management
  • Own the supplier performance management of their respective commodities, which includes key delivery, quality, cost, and innovation metrics
  • Act as the primary escalation for their respective
Anduril

501-1,000 employees

Technology products for defense & national security
Company Overview
Anduril's mission is to transform US & allied military capabilities with advanced technology.
Benefits
  • Full Family Health Coverage
  • 16 Weeks Paid Leave for All Caregivers
  • Family Planning & Support
  • Incentivized Time Off
  • Mental Health Resources
  • Financial Planning
  • Unlimited Provisions
  • Professional Development
Company Core Values
  • Impact - Everyone at Anduril has the ability to be a catalyst. You will be encouraged to make your mark from day 1 and be supported every day after.
  • Autonomy - Self-motivation is a key component to success. We encourage you to cultivate your ideas, and show, don’t tell. We’re ready whenever you are.
  • Speed - We move incredibly fast and welcome people who embrace the quick-paced nature of our work. It is not uncommon for an idea on a Monday to be a prototype by Friday. We ship in weeks, not years.
  • Culture - Our team is a collective of intelligent and curious individuals who share the common goal of creating a safer tomorrow - and living balanced, fulfilled lives while doing so.