Project Coordinator - Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)

Winnipeg, Manitoba, ca
Company: NFI Parts
Published on 2021-04-06 18:37:47

NFI Parts is North America's most comprehensive parts organization providing replacement parts, technical publications, training, support for its OEM product lines (transit buses, motor coaches and cutaways), as well as other manufacturers through an extensive cross reference database. All buses and coaches are also supported by an industry-leading comprehensive warranty, service, and support network. Further information is available at .

As a key member of our Publications Team, you will provide project coordination, leadership and guidance to the PLM Team who is responsible for ensuring all product lifecycle management projects meet established timeframes and objectives. The Publications team has several exciting projects that will bring us to the next level in automation and ensure we remain the industry leaders in technical publishing. 


  • Maintain PLM strategy by providing viable solutions and successfully implementing them into our publishing team's every day processes.
  • Plan, monitor and track team progress to ensure key milestones of all key projects are completed.
  • Perform in-depth problem analysis and develop solutions/recommendations for publications related issues.
  • Evaluate PLM staff performance by creating annual performance reviews.
  • Develop and maintain proper documentation for all projects including plans, workflows, new processes and specifications.
  • Liaise with other departments such as the PLM team in IT to ensure publications requirements and/or issues are communicated and met.
  • Coordinate appropriate testing and evaluation of the newly developed or existing publishing tools.

  • Post-secondary education in Technical Communications and/or Project Management related programs, or a combination of education and experience will be considered
  • Five years or more project management experience in a technical publishing environment related to essential functions listed above
  • Proven experience developing a single source publishing strategy using XML technologies and application
  • Excellent knowledge of technical document lifecycle strategies
  • Working knowledge of Siemens Teamcenter and Oracle BOM, or other database applications is an asset
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills
  • Detailed-oriented with strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrated ability to multitask, effectively prioritize and work efficiently in a high demanding fast-paced team oriented environment

  • Competitive Wages.
  • A continuous learning environment.
  • Ability to advance your career with a growing company. 
  • NFI Group has been named a Manitoba Top Employer for 2020 and this is the tenth since the competition was established in 2007.
  • Employee social committee organizes numerous events throughout the year, including summer barbecues, holiday festivities, sporting events and tournaments, and much more.
  • Ongoing employee development through a variety of in-house training initiatives along with tuition subsidies for courses at outside institutions.

  • OUR WHY:
    We exist to move people. Our mission is to design and deliver exceptional transportation solutions that are safe, accessible, e­fficient and reliable.
    If you would like to apply for this position or know someone who would, please submit an application.

     With over 8,900 team members operating from more than 50 facilities across ten countries, NFI is a leading independent global bus manufacturer providing a comprehensive suite of mass transportation solutions under brands: New Flyer® (heavy-duty transit buses), Alexander Dennis Limited (single and double-deck buses), Plaxton (motor coaches), MCI® (motor coaches), ARBOC® (low-floor cutaway and medium-duty buses), and NFI Parts™. NFI buses and motor coaches incorporate the widest range of drive systems available including: clean diesel, natural gas, diesel-electric hybrid, and zero-emission electric (trolley, battery, and fuel cell). In total, NFI now supports over 105,000 buses and coaches currently in service around the world. NFI common shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol NFI. News and information are available at , , , , , and .

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