Arrow Electronics Technical Project Manager in Hong Kong, China
Technical Project Manager
Roles and Responsibilities:
Development of collaborative Project Plans and delivery schedules.
Proactively monitor, manage and report on execution of deliverables through all project phases.
Development of Statements of Work (SoW), Project Proposals for Proof of Concepts and various other project contractual documents.
Maintain accurate document repository system for all project and customer deliverables.
Develop and deliver effective communication strategies and project metrics for our IoT projects.
Manage and mitigate project risks.
Drive extended team meetings to ensure all milestones and deliverables are being met for IoT Projects. This includes internal and external partners.
Collaborate closely with IoT Business Development Managers, Solution Architects, Systems Engineers, Software Application Engineers, geographical field teams, partners and customers in the IoT space.
Follow best in class Project Management and engineering practices as it applies to design, development, testing, deployment and maintenance of IoT Projects.
Other duties as assigned.
Typically requires a minimum of 6 years of related experience with a 4-year degree or equivalent experience.
BS in Computer Science/Engineering, EE or related technical field required.
Knowledge of IoT solutions, customers and associated markets is a plus.
Demonstrated experience in leading teams within a SCRUM Agile Project Management framework required.
Demonstrated experience in project management including definition, requirements, scheduling, budgeting, milestone tracking, risk management, and delivery to commitments.
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