About the Role:
You will be responsible for representing the Project Management Office (PMO) serving as Program/Project Manager in the execution of projects. You will build cross functional project schedules from first principles. You will be leading project management activities (e.g. project planning, tracking, risk management, communications) within New Product Development (NPD) projects, lead continuous improvement projects to drive better execution of NPD projects and lead & drive projects/sub-projects as necessary. You will contribute occasionally as leader of crisis teams chartered with getting projects back on track. You will support the overall project management infrastructure (metrics, reporting, administration, business reviews etc.). You will participate in implementing best practice tools and techniques in project management within NPD projects and within the Galway site. You will manage changing priorities on projects through effective schedule management and deployment of PM methodologies. You will keep Core Team Leader, Project Review Committee, key Sponsors and Stakeholders abreast of organizational capacity constraints and portfolio risks. You will operate as a role model by striving for continuous improvement and being an agent of change.
We are looking for a qualified person to Degree level (L8) in Engineering / Science or related discipline and desirably with 5 years plus experience working in Project Management environment. You are a dynamic team player and leader and can work effectively and proactively on cross-functional teams. You are experienced with MS project, MS Office and good team skills with a high level of enthusiasm and motivation. Good communication, organizational, presentation and leadership skills are desirable. You are a good communicator and fluent in English, both in writing and speaking.
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