Managers II, Strategic Marketing

SanDisk Corporation needs Managers II, Strategic Marketing in San Jose, California to develop specific marketing plans and activities for specific product(s) or product line(s) to establish, enhance or distinguish product placement within the competitive arena. Develop business plans and product positioning in the marketplace. Oversee market research, monitor competitive activity and identify customer needs. Establish pricing strategies. Work with engineering, manufacturing and sales to develop new products or enhance existing product(s) or product line(s.
Employer will accept Masters degree in Business, Electrical Engineering, or related field and 9 years of work experience in job offered or 9 years of work experience in a Product Manager or Product Engineer -related occupation. Education or experience must include:
1. At least 2 years of experience in strategic business planning;
2. Investigating opportunities for growth and scale and identifying value proportion;
3. Creating business cases including financial planning, product pricing, revenue projections, operating & profit margin analysis;
4. Market research, models, and segmentation with TAM and SAM;
5. Creating product, technology roadmap & strategy; and
6. Understanding industry and technology trends (disruptions and incremental) and product life cycle management from concept, development, launch, large volume manufacturing to end of life.
Experience may be gained concurrently.
Some travel may be required to work on projects at various, unanticipated sites throughout the United States.
To apply, please reference job code #SD520 when mailing resume to:
SanDisk Corporation
951 SanDisk Drive
Milpitas, CA 95035

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