Want to join Bauer’s Lacrosse team as a Developer of Lacrosse Heads & Shafts?

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Bauer, owner of Maverik and Cascade, is hiring.

The Developer, Lacrosse Heads & Shafts, located in Liverpool, New York will be responsible for managing the development of high quality lacrosse products that meet company standards. You will ensure that the Research & Development organization is a value added partner for the Cascade and Maverik brands of Bauer Performance Sports.

The Developer, Lacrosse Heads & Shafts, will manage development projects from the briefing process to commercialization of the product. You will assist in sourcing and the development/implementation of the manufacturing processes and QC guidelines. You will serve as the focal point for collaboration with all team members and prepare communications and updates regarding project status and performance. The successful candidate will keep up to date with current technology and promote innovation within the projects. You will ensure that the feedback and information gathered from field testing, marketing and other groups are considered in the product design and development. You will track and analyze all aspects of product pricing, meet product cost targets and support margin related objectives.

Duties require a Bachelor’s degree with concentration in Engineering or Industrial Design and 3-5 years of experience working in product development/manufacturing/project management.

Also, if you don’t think you are qualified in this specific field, then maybe you should apply for another role at the company such as an event promoter, project manager or even an attorney. View other job openings

They’re interested in learning more about you and appreciate you taking the time to apply online at www.bauerperformancesports.com. Bauer Performance Sports is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Only those persons chosen for an interview will be contacted.

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