We are working closely with one of the Northern Ireland’s leading global R&D company’s in helping them find their next Project Manager. This person will be responsible for the planning and delivery of new product introduction projects. Comfortable working in a delivery critical environment you will be the main contact to ensure that the product development progresses through concept, detailed design, proto-type build, test validation, field trials, manufacturing setup and product launch.
As Project Manager your responsibilities will include but not be limited to the following:
- Manage the product development process throughout the project life cycle.
- Develop project schedule and critical path and where required, manage programmes in accordance with company procedures and best practice.
- Develop project budget costs and contingency (risk allowance).
- Develop and maintain project Risk Register and Issues Log.
- Maintain Lessons Learned Log.
- Manage Change Control.
- Prepare monthly projects progress reports on cost, quality, schedule, risk etc.
- Make project related presentations to required stakeholders.
- Undergraduate degree (e.g. BA, BSc, BEng).
- Any relevant professional qualifications such as PRINCE2, APMP, PMP, Agile, Scrum.
- Experience of product development project management.
- Sound knowledge and experience of project management methodologies and documentation.
- Proven experience in managing project budgets and schedules.
- Experience in leading project teams and managing multiple stakeholders including experience in presenting to/ negotiating with senior stakeholders.
- Experience of using project management platforms such as MS-Project.
- Be an EU passport holder.
- We seek out individuals who are always looking for new ways to improve or do things differently.
- We expect you to be proactive and be prepared to share open and honest feedback regularly.
- Company Pension, Healthcare & Life Assurance Schemes
- On-site parking
- Flexible / Remote Working
- Subsidised Gym Membership
- Wellness programmes