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Manufacturing Test Manager Jobs in NY at Peloton



Title: Manufacturing Test Manager

Company: Peloton

Location: NY

Salary: $150K — $200K *

Category: Hospitality & Recreation

Job Description

Position Summary

TheManufacturing Test Manager (Development and Execution)will lead a global team of manufacturing test engineers, providing day-to-day, hands-on manufacturing test system leadership, development, execution and support in conjunction with internal engineering teams and CM’s, JDM’s, ODM’s, OEM’s ensuring manufacturing test processes are robust, repeatable and controlled. The Manufacturing Test Manger lead a team of engineers in gathering technical/customer requirements, research, design, develop and recommend, develop manufacturing test processes, create/manage project timelines, oversee NPI and running product changes. Manufacturing Test processes will include, but not limited to, IQC/OQC, In-line test, and final assembly (FATP).

Position Duties and Responsibilities

Collaborate with cross-functional engineering teams (SW/FW/EE/ME/HW/QC/MFG) to ensure robust manufacturing test strategies, providing expertise in manufacturing test development and execution

Lead, mentor, coach a global team of manufacturing test engineers, establishing a standard of excellence

Own the scope, schedule, implementation and tracking of manufacturing test projects and results from start to finish

Set goals, track deliverables, manage expectations, identify risk and drive mitigations across all stages of the project

Lead quotes, build, and validation of manufacturing test equipment that meet required test standards as defined by Peloton’s products requirements

Author manufacturing test SOP/WI’s for operating necessary equipment and performing tests repeatedly

Evaluate the product designs and create the manufacturing test processes, fixtures and operating procedures

Lead manufacturing test specification development for new and existing product designs; development mechanical requirements, write test plans and lead test coverage based on product requirements

Develop state-of-the-art test equipment, test fixture design, ATE equipment (HW and SW)

Develop manufacturing test approved vendor and components list. Initiating and developing vendor relationships.

Develop automated test scripts for product functional tests using C/C++/Python

Design, build and deploy manufacturing test platforms for manufacturing partners (HW and SW)

Analyze, troubleshoot, and root cause manufacturing test yield issues and field escapes

Experience in crafting and supporting high volume data collection from multiple systems in a manufacturing environment to identify, measure and present critical metrics needed by the Peloton engineering teams

Manages the manufacturing test FW/SW change order process (ECR/ECO)

Develop manufacturing test equipment specifications; lead equipment build and validation

Perform statistical process analysis (Gage R&R, SPC, CP/CPk, Minitab, etc.)

Research and recommend new manufacturing test applications and processes

Performs other duties as assigned by management

Education andExperience

BS in an Engineering discipline is required. Electrical, Computer Science, IT, or Mechanical, MS/MBA a plus

5+ years of managerial, supervisory experience preferred

10+ years of hands-on, product-specific manufacturing test development and execution required (NPI to MP)

Extensive background in high-volume manufacturing test development for consumer products

Solid experience in quality metrics, process characterization and mapping, Product Quality / Reliability / Improvement techniques, LEAN Manufacturing, DFM/DFT, and Co…

 

About Peloton



The peloton (from French, originally meaning 'platoon') is the main group or pack of riders in a road bicycle race. Riders in a group save energy by riding close (drafting or slipstreaming) near (particularly behind) other riders. The reduction in drag is dramatic; in the middle of a well-developed group it can be as much as 40%. The term is also used to refer to professional cyclists in general. The peloton travels as an integrated unit (similar in some respects to birds flying in formation) with each rider making slight adjustments in response to their adjacent riders (particularly the one in front of each). When developed, riders at the front are exposed to higher loads, and will tend to slip off the front in order to rejoin the pack farther back. With sufficient room to maneuver, this may develop into a fluid situation where the center of the peloton appears to be pushing through its own leading edge.