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Engineering Supervisor



Job Responsibilities:

Concept Design and Development

  • Supervise other design engineers with all product development phases required to bring product concepts into production as defined by the Molex New Product Development Process (NPD).
  • Oversee creation of presentation material for internal and customer design reviews.
  • Insure creation of product drawings in compliance with Molex Drawing Standard and accepted GD&T methodology.
  • Supervise the development of product Design Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (DFMEA) to help identify and eliminate potential product failures.
  • Insure compliance to engineering change requests (ECR) per document control procedures.
  • Insure effective Interfacing of engineering team with internal departments (manufacturing, quality, lab, sales and marketing) as well as suppliers and customers, in support of all product development activities.

Design Verification & Product Validation

  • Insure adequate development of design validation plan & report (DVP&R) documentation.

Production Support

  • Lead product engineers with internal & customer 8D resolution activities.

Staff Development

  • Mentor engineers by providing guidance on proper design selection and analysis techniques.
  • People management: Team building, hiring, performance review, career path development
  • Supports and practices Molex's guiding principles and Market Based Management philosophy.

Other Duties

  • Some travel may be required.
  • Performs other work related duties as required by management.


Education & Work Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent science degree
  • 8+ years of design experience of mechanical or electro mechanical products.
  • Proven leadership experience with some supervisory experience.


Demonstrated Behaviors:


  • Thinks about and does what is right, regardless of the consequences
  • Raises concerns or asks questions when something doesn’t seem right, even when it’s difficult
  • Always keeps commitments


  • Works on things that matter (and knows why they matter).
  • Acts with a sense of urgency to capture opportunities or deal with problems
  • Envisions long-term implications of decisions

Knowledge & Change:

  • Invites, values, and seriously considers different ideas, opinions, and points of view
  • Disagrees (constructively) when it may lead to a better way
  • Drives and leads change

Humility & respect:

  • Willingly admits mistakes, failures, and shortcoming
  • Gives credit appropriately
  • Provides timely, honest feedback even when it’s difficult

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