Manager PLM Product Life Cycle Manager

Minimum ? B. Tech in Mechanical/Computer/Electronic Engineering

Training in basic SDLC, MS Office, designing software like CAD, CAM, Pro E, product lifecycle concepts, etc.

Certified training for Manager PLM Level 6 (programme aligned to ASC/Q6505 released by Automotive Skills Development Council)

ASDC Level 6 certificate in R&D job roles

Minimum 6-8 years of experience in an R&D department

The tasks a Manager-PLM Level 6 is expected to perform include:

Managing the information flow pertaining to the lifecycle of different products from the R&D department

Identifying gaps in the information flow and devising thee PLM database

Collaborating with system developers and implementing the PLM database

Interacting with different departments for gathering information

Interacting with different software vendors for developing the PLM

Imparting training to the IT department for PLM usage and application

Knowledge of SDLC, CAD, CAM, etc.

Basic knowledge of Internet usage, information recording and storage at the server

Basic knowledge of the common functions of R&D

Familiarity with the basic functionality of different products

Knowledge of information flow like SAP/ERP followed in the organization

Knowledge of 5S procedures

Previous experience in using the enterprise resource system

Good communication skills

Co-ordinating skills Independent worker Result-oriented Analytic bend of mind

It is a desk job

May or may not need to supervise a team

Travelling is not a part of the job

Part-time and contractual jobs are not available

Work from home option is not available

Working hours

Working is 9 hours every day for 6 days a week

Overtime and shift system maybe available depending on company norms

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?No

One may develop occupational hazards like back/neck pain

Health risks include exposure to dust and eye stress

Will be updated

Trends in the Automotive Industry in India

The Indian automobile industry, the sixth largest automobile producer in the world, is one of the potential future markets in the world. The Indian automobile market has grown from a seller dominated market in the 1980s to a consumer dominated market today. The auto industry of India has grown substantially and is further expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 10% over the next 7 years. The Indian automobile industry is well positioned in terms of demography and geography as it can service both domestic demands as well as cater to the increasing demand in export markets. This rise of the automotive industry can be attributed to various factors like the growing economy, rising prosperity, increasing disposable income among consumers, easily accessible finance options, and an increase in the working population of the country.

Mechanical assembly plants

Cities across India