Software/Systems Operations Manager
Software and Systems Operations Manager - Co. Galway. Core Mission of role: Customer interface and TDP contribution. Product development. Resources and Budget Management. Key Responsibilities: Customer interface and TDP contribution: Based on the highlights of the project scope, contribute to the construction of the TDP(s) around components, products, systems, integrating customer trends and drivers. Manage the customer intimacy with regular meetings. Support the technical communications. Product development for Customer Projects: Implement standardization strategy, escalate Lessons Learned to improve standards. In charge of the robust design in line with standards and industrial network for manufacturability. Implement methodologies and tools necessary for state of the art developments. Manage development according to quality, cost and timing requirements by implementing effective DRs, TMMs and TCs. Resources and budget management: Define, agree with the R&D Director and follow budgets and resources related to the project portfolio. Manage the resources dedicated to your projects. Deliver on quarterly basis an 18 month load forecast for your team. Implement competence improvement plans for the team. Develop and implement efficiency improvement plans. Define with the remote sites R&D Managers the assignment of teams on your projects. Qualifications and Experience sought: Engineering Degree. Minimum 10 years' experience in R&D development activities. Minimum of 5 years' people management experience. Track record of successful experience as a Software Team Lead/ System Engineering Team Leader/Product Development Manager. Proven ability to deliver projects on time and within budget. Excellent team player with proven leadership ability. Excellent people management skills. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Confident, articulate, self motivated, determined, energetic. Experience in dealing in an international environment. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
111 days ago