Bosch Automotive Service Solutions Inc. seeks a Leader, Engineering Process Management at its facility located at 655 Eisenhower Drive, Owatonna MN 55060. Responsible for all engineering, product development and product maintenance processes in North America for AA-AS division according to Bosch Product Engineering system (BES). Accountable for definition, implementation and improvement of processes in and beyond the engineering organization. Defines process roles and coaches engineer managers and directors in BES process implementation and lessons learned tools and methods. Defines and implements engineering performance metrics and review process Design review based on Failure Mode (DRBFM) to support a high-performance culture. Identifies and initiates improvement initiatives. Works with North America leadership team on strategy of process implementation and product compliance. Ensures global compliance of product development and product maintenance according to BES. Initiates and leads lessons learned and process improvement strategies using design for six sigma (DFSS) to ensure robust product development. Leads cross functional teams and provides process expertise in development by applying tools of BES like Bosch robust engineering, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) and Design Review Based on Failure Mode (DRBFM). Drives and teaches process improvement culture. Develops internal networks and promotes culture of continuous improvement and compliance to all Bosch process. Manages change in engineering, manufacturing and purchasing organization in compliance with Bosch central Quality directives. Breaks down strategic process and compliance goals into executable projects and goals, implements projects. Works with global team and takes ownership of global BES process implementation projects. 25% domestic and international travel required. REQS: This position requires a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, or foreign equivalent, plus 10 years of work experience in engineering process and/or process management. Additionally, the applicant must have professional experience with: (1.) Product engineering process (PEP) to define and tailor process related to the development of products; (2.) Failure Mode and effect analysis (FMEA) to determine the risk of product failures during development; (3.) Design for six sigma (DFSS) to optimize the design of products for best performance; (4.) Design review based on failure mode (DRBFM) to identify technical risks when making a change to product; and (5.) Focus Analysis Method (FAM) to identify potential road blockers in a product development well in advance and to apply appropriate engineering tools and methods to reduce their risks. Apply below.