Director of Engineering-Digital Mixing Systems

Company Name:
Soveriegn Technologies
The Director of Engineering, Digital Mixing Systems, is responsible for the development of all the Mackie brand digital audio mixer and control surface products, through design, development and to mass production. This position leads and manages a team of hardware, firmware and mechanical engineering and program management professionals, in conjunction with assigned software and operations resources.
Staff, lead and manage a team of up to 10 technical members in the hardware, embedded design and development of electronic products (including firmware/software and mechanical design)
Effectively interact with staff members at all levels and locations as well as with third party development contract manufacturers to remove roadblocks and to meet business expectations and goals
Review budgets and oversee feasibility estimates
Oversee internal and outsourced engineering development projects and ensure on-schedule, budget and cost deliveries to market
Perform system and product architecture reviews
Outline, delegate, oversee and review engineering processes and their creation
Responsible for managing engineering resources and for risk identification and mitigation
Ability to manage technical teams within a development environment through effective leadership, motivational and team building skills
Assertive interpersonal and problem solving skills that build consensus and resolve issues
Knowledge of bill of material structures and engineering change management
Excellent organization, planning and multi-tasking skills
Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of staff, verbally and in writing
MS Project and MS Suite
MSEE, BSEE or equivalent
10+ years of experience in a design engineering role in an embedded electronics based industry
10+ years of experience in managing technical teams
Pro-audio industry experience highly preferred
The position requires schedule flexibility to meet deadlines and occasional domestic and international travel.

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