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Global Product Director Printed Circuit boards)

Our client is looking for a Global Product Director (Surface finishes for Printed Circuit boards) in their Naugatuck, CT area offices.?


COMPENSATION: $150k to 180k (Plus bonus)


MUST HAVE:? Degree in Chemistry or a bachelor?s in chemical engineering


MUST HAVE:? Extensive management plating experience in the Printed Circuit board industry


MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH:??????????????


Immersion Tin


Electroless nickel immersion Gold ? commonly known as ENIG


Immersion silver


Organic solder preservative ? commonly known as OSP


Electroless Nickel electroless palladium immersion gold ? Commonly known as ENEPIG


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RESPONSIBILITIES:


-? Advanced practical knowledge ? formal education and experience in chemistry or related


sciences


-? Knows all technology within the business area and has knowledge of end use processes and


OEMs


-? Collects and analyzes market information, understands the competitive landscape, identifies


potential gaps in product portfolio and effectively communicates needs to the product


development group


-? Oversees product development activities, and reviews projects as they reach PDP milestones


-? Responsible for customer presentations and participation in trade organizations and other


industry activities


-? Constructs release package information for the introduction of new products and sets


pricing guidance for the commercial teams


-? Responsible for customer presentations and participation in trade organizations and other


industry activities. High level customer interaction required


-? Has successfully demonstrated the ability to manage professionals and nonprofessionals in a


technical and marketing environment


-? Develops and responsible for budgets and goals of the group


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EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:


-? Degree in Chemistry or a bachelor?s in chemical engineering


-? 5+ years of marketing experience (graphics or specialty chemical industries Preferred)


 

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