Teledyne Marine Systems is an aggregation of leading-edge undersea technology companies including Teledyne Benthos and Teledyne Webb Research on Cape Cod, Teledyne Gavia in Iceland, and Teledyne SeaBotix and Teledyne Oceanscience in San Diego. Our products include autonomous underwater gliders, vehicles, and floats, remotely operated vehicles both subsea and surface, acoustic communication and positioning systems, and acoustic releases. Teledyne Marine Systems is EveryWhereYouLook!
Teledyne Marine Systems is seeking a Product Line Manager (PLM) who will provide leadership and manage all aspects of the Slocum glider product line at Teledyne facilities in North Falmouth, Massachusetts. Slocum gliders are market leading buoyancy engine driven unmanned underwater vehicles used for a variety of tasks across military, scientific and commercial markets. Slocum gliders are the glider of choice for the US Navy’s LBS-G Program of Record and are widely utilized by the global scientific community for ocean research. The Slocum product line is the largest single product line within the Teledyne Marine – Vehicles group.
The PLM will manage the glider product line and drive continued growth through managing key customer accounts, guiding product development, conducting customer demonstrations and external sales team and agent training. The glider PLM will be a subject matter expert and will evaluate and support customer requirements for customized products. The PLM will also work with manufacturing and repair to prioritize builds and deliveries to maximize customer satisfaction and revenue requirements. The PLM will work closely with stakeholders including Sales, Engineering, and Management teams to establish and execute the product line strategic plan.
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The physical/mental demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.