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Bachelor’s degree in Packaging Engineering, related Engineering or Science, or equivalent practical experience.
5 years of experience in packaging industry.
Experience with packaging materials used in consumer packaging (paper, molded fiber, corrugate, rigid box, etc.).
Experience working at both in office and manufacturing sites.
Experience in the packaging industry and working in a production environment.
Ability to work in a team environment, but also as a single support role for projects as needed.
Ability to speak and write in Mandarin fluently.
Team player, creative, and ability to drive the ambiguity of a fast-changing environment.
Good verbal, written communication, and organizational skills.
In this role, you will work closely with the Mountain View Packaging Engineering and EPM teams, serving as a bridge to our in region internal partners, external suppliers, and contract manufacturing sites.
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Support the development and validation of Google packaging.
Close co-operation with both internal and external teams in packaging ENG, EPM, GSM, SDE, Creative, Operations, Logistics, vendors, and manufacturers.
Support alignment of quality requirements and support DFMs, during development as well as during product ramp (e.g. first article inspections).
Support preparation for builds, attend pack out, and provide summary feedback on validation. Perform follow ups on improvements needed with manufacturers, vendors, and cross-functional teams.
Travel to sites throughout Asia and occasional travel to the US.
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