Mishimoto

Mishimoto is the flagship brand of Resource Intl., the world leader in performance cooling products, was created for automotive enthusiasts by automotive enthusiasts. Established in 2005, we have two decades of experience in working toward our goal of providing superior cooling system upgrades. Mishimoto has produced a line of upgrades to fit nearly any application including, sport compacts, powersports, trucks, Jeeps, muscle vehicles, daily drivers, and the classics.

Mishimoto’s corporate headquarters is located in a 67,610 sq. ft. office, warehousing facility and state of the art engineering studio, where we have assembled the industry’s cutting-edge tools for evaluating Mishimoto test vehicles in Garnet Valley, PA. This one-of-a-kind facility allows us to maintain a leading position in our industry. With another office in Sparks, Nevada, as well as international locations in Stourbridge, UK and Yangzhou City, China, we have built an unprecedented global infrastructure for the benefit of all our worldwide customers.

Benefits and Perks

Our employees love our workplace because:

It’s a gearhead’s dream – Design and develop performance automotive products for the car scene.
We make way for play – Attend wine and cheese gatherings and hit up our favorite events, from drift to autocross to classic car shows.
We take a breather – Enjoy an in-house gym, massage chair, and healthy-snack vending machine.
Our workplace is beautiful – Work in an office designed to stimulate creative thinking.
The employee discounts rock – Get exclusive access to Mishimoto products and discounts from our partners.
The Bennies – Medical, dental, vision, paid time off, 401(k) w/ 4% match, disability pay, and life insurance.
We score – The bonus program is tied to overall company performance goals.
Dog Days! Bring your dog to work every day!
Project Manager

What You’ll Do:

Develop and maintain a detailed roadmap to ensure on-time delivery of your product within budget. On-time, on-budget, great.  Early, and under-budget, boss!
Orchestrate the entire product life-cycle team (R&D, Testing, Marketing, Production, Sourcing & Logistics) to get your product to market.
Coordinate with affiliates, domestic suppliers and international suppliers to ensure product quality and on-time delivery.
The files are in the computer. Maintain and update all databases, accounting records, and on-line tools related to make sure our rads are in a row.
Provide weekly updates to the Product Team on your product status. Are you on-track or off-track (and how will you get back in gear?).
Use stellar networking skills to find the perfect test vehicle available during the production schedule. Sometimes you have to pound the pavement and expertly schmooze to find and convince a vehicle owner to part with their baby.
Regularly report to management on project status. Surprises and project management don’t go hand-in-hand.
Your Creds:

Bachelor’s degree, Engineering or Business Administration is preferred
2-years’ experience in a related field, such as Project Management is preferred
1-2 years prior experience in an engineering-related environment, such as manufacturing, automotive or industrial
You Are Good At:

Mechanical Aptitude: the understanding of how machines work, knowledge of different manufacturing processes, or automotive expertise.
Industrial Design: If T6-6061 Aluminum is a material in your mental toolbox, this position is for you.
Collaborating, communicating, negotiating, and teaming with people. It’s not only about product management, but people management too.  It takes a team to get the product right and ready on time.
Listening to all stakeholders and accepting constructive feedback to make the best product possible.
Impeccable organization and schedule management, juggling multiple projects simultaneously. You’re our project manager.
Problem solving. Sometimes your donor vehicle crashes at the track the weekend before shop time. The show must go on.
Fine-tuning small details without losing sight of the big picture. One missed key punch in a SKU could delay your project.  One missed component could throw a wrench in quality.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. You interact with customers, vendors, and suppliers. Your professional skills are critical for keeping projects rolling.
Extra Awesomeness:

Reading Engineering Drawings
International Project Experience
Some Necessities:

Incumbent will work in both a normal office environment and garage environment.
Ability to lift 50 pounds.
Travel is less than 10%.

To apply for this job please visit www.mishimoto.com.


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