NPI Program Manager - Engines - Stafford - Contract
Are you an experienced Project Manager? Do you have a project engineering background? If so, this could be a great opportunity for you.
Hourly rates depending on experience £34 (PAYE) £45 (umbrella)
NPI Program Manager - Engines - Key Responsibilities
Lead the execution of Large Engines focused NPI projects. Establish project management plan and use the plan to manage product delivery. Plan and manage resources for implementing changes. Assist in evaluating requests. Manage large NPI projects to ensure they are on time, within budget, and aligned with the product strategy. Build relationships with other departments within the NPI program team. Assist in marketing the NPI process to customers. Identify cost containment opportunities. Identify trends and areas of focus for continuous improvement. The position guides and coaches both junior members of the project management team as well as global cross functional areas representatives assigned to the relative NPI program. NPI Program Manager - Engines - Key Skills & Experience Required
Knowledge of company products and/or electric power product applications is beneficial. A university degree or equivalent experience. 6+ years of project and management job-related experience. The ability to demonstrate initiative and work with diverse groups to reach consensus is required. Communication skills are critical. Strong analytical and problem solving skills are essential as well as project management efficiency. To apply, please submit a copy of your up to date CV clearly indicating your relevant experience. Applicants must have an existing right to work in the UK and evidence of eligibility will be required. Suitable candidates will be contacted.
The above represents a summary of the contract assignment. A full description of this contract assignment is available; the rate advertised is the rate paid by the agency to an umbrella employment company. It is not a PAYE pay rate. A full explanation of this rate and all deductions will be explained in a key information document (KID) supplied to registered candidates