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Key Account Project Manager

Your role:
The Key Account Project Manager will work on various projects/tasks depending on the priorities at the customer. This will be coordinated with the Intel Global Key Account Manager, and could involve various disciplines, including quality, R&D, operations, and commercial topics.
Manages key projects in support of existing and future business opportunities. This can include standing quality meetings, CIP projects, task force projects, RFQ's, customer complaint resolution, and working with marketing and R&D in support of new business opportunities.
Builds and maintains professional relationships with key customer contacts, including but not limited to Engineering, Engineering Management, Procurement, and Quality Assurance personnel.
Prepares internal reports and communications to the customer, customer activity reports, periodic activity reports, and assists with sample orders, presentations, quality/issue resolution, spec/quality document review, and works with appropriate internal groups in support of the customer.
Help to manage all phases of product evaluations/qualifications from the initial technical presentation through production ramp.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
Who you are:
Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree from a 4-year university or college, preferably in a technical discipline. English is the working language.
Minimum 10 years of technical support and/or account management in the Semiconductor or related industry. Previous experience in supporting Intel desired but not required. Proficiency with MS Office, Outlook, and general software / computer skills are required.
Up to 40% travel.
Preferred location is in Portland/Hillsboro area.
Job Requisition ID: 181875
Location: Oregon - all
Career Level: E - Professional (10+ years)
Working time model: full-time



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