Embedded electronics project manager
Florent, graduated from ENSEA engineering school, had an impeccable track record at ELSYS Design: first as a hardware design intern, then as a board engineer, he’s now an embedded electronics project manager with responsibility of a dedicated design center. He shares with us his profession.
How to become an embedded electronics project manager
Florent, can you introduce the path which led you to your position of embedded electronics project manager?
I graduated from ENSEA (National Superior School of Electronics and its Applications), a generalist engineering school which prepares to electronics, software, telecommunications and embedded systems professions.
I made my end-of-studies internship at ELSYS Design and was hired just after it ends as a board engineer. Next, I started to work on a turn-key mode from our design center in the Ile-de-France region for embedded electronics systems in the aerospace and transport sectors. Then, I conducted missions on a consulting mode at two major clients’ places who evolve in aeronautics and defense sectors.
Since the end of last year, with almost 5 years of experience, I achieved my goal and I became an embedded electronics project manager within our design center in the Ile-de-France region.
Embedded electronics project manager roles
What is exactly an embedded electronics project manager?
I handle the planning and charges management, the deadlines respect, the management of the teams who work on different projects and the communication with the client.
What do you like about your job?
Precisely, I like…