Product Manager Perceptual Devices & Design Group

Company Name:
Placement Services USA, Inc.
Manage 3D software and haptic (force feedback) hardware products from strategic planning to tactical activities; Specify market requirements for current and future products by conducting market research supported by on-going visits to customers and non-customers; Use agile practices to manage product requirements and work with development team to refine these requirements; Demonstrate company products (haptic devices, 3D scanners, 3D printers, software) at events, including trade shows, conventions, conferences and executive meetings; Prepare functional specifications for products, including detailed descriptions of each command and overview of functionality; such specifications are used to guide third-party testing teams and must be written very succinctly; Work with people from other companies worldwide on global initiatives and collaboration, travel anywhere in the world to support such endeavors; Manage backlog of requirements for relevant PDD Group products, purging outdated stories and creating new ones; Define user interfaces for new products, including creation of workflows, screen mockups and icons.
Work Schedule: 40 hours per week/8 a.m.-5 p.m./M-F.
2 years of experience as an engineer working with haptic devices and toolkits, and demonstrated experience in: project management; CAD modeling expertise (SolidWorks, SpaceClaim, or Autodesk); haptic devices (both hardware and software), using both low-end consumer devices and high-end professional devices; 3D printing experience, using both low-end consumer printers and high-end professional printers; mechanical engineering skills including product design, layout, assemblies and drafting; and Agile development expertise.
Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, or a related field.
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