Product Manager Datacom (m/w/d)

How brave are you? We are a high-tech company providing machine tools and laser technology, and are looking for people who can face new challenges with a fresh mind. As an independent family company, we offer you the freedom and trust to put your brave ideas into practice. With you on board, we would like to power ahead with the digital networking of the manufacturing industry. Our passion and creative drive ensure that we are an innovative force – across the globe at over 70 TRUMPF locations.

Your role

  • Manage the product portfolio in Datacom for TRUMPF Photonic Components GmbH (a leading manufacturer of VCSEL and Photodiodes for data center application)
  • Define a product roadmap that meets the current and future need of the industry
  • Collect input form the market on desired product features and translate into product requirement specifications
  • The Jobholder is co-responsible for product introduction in the market
  • Manage the life cycle of the current product portfolio and manage for maximum profit
  • The function is closely cooperating with the product development group for creation of new products

Your profile

  • Master’s degree in physics or electrical engineering
  • 5-10 years of experience in product development and/or product marketing
  • Experience in
    - strategic marketing methods and processes
    - optical data transmission technologies, notably transceivers and active optical cables
    - industry standards (like IEEE) and schedules of the relevant standardization boards
  • Good business acumen with affinity to start-up and growth businesses
  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
  • Good English proficiency
  • Willingness to travel (20% of working time)

Your benefits

What your future colleagues say

Did we convince you?

Interested? Dr. Christiane Grunwald is looking forward to your online application.
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