Permanent position: Specialized manufacturing company serving the oil & gas industry is seeking an ESP Project Manager in the Cerritos, CA area. This is a leadership role that will be responsible for developing and designing technical programs related to electrical submersible pumps. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor's or Master's in Mechanical Engineering, and 5+ years of ESP experience and 3+ years of recent program or project management experience with new product development. Relocation assistance offered, as well as extremely competitive benefits package and annual bonus. Responsibilities for the Project Manager
Requirements for the Project Manager
- Manage the execution of the new product development project of the nextgeneration Electrical Submersible Pump (ESP)
- Formulate project plans including schedule and budget by coordinating with engineering, manufacturing, testing and procurement
- High involvement with clients and third party vendors to ensure project scopes are well defined and commissioning efforts go smoothly.
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering required.
- Submersible pump experience (deisgn, operation, manufacturing etc.) is strongly desired, or experience with rotating equipment
- Knowledge of well interventions and well completions is required.
- Experience with SolidWorks or Pro-E tools required or similar mechanical CAD system
- At least 3 years of project or program management, specifically with new products, is required.
- 401k + match
- Annual Bonus
- Generous PTO and holiday time off
- Medical and EAP plans
- Relocation assistance
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