The QA Project Manager will align closely with development team leaders to create and maintain an up-to-date Quality Plan for the product. This plan will define a project budget, forecast a staff plan, communication plan and overall test strategy including outlining required tools and technology integration. You will be tasked with establishing and maintaining productive and efficient partnerships with external groups and Test Centers, defining the effective methods of reporting and communication between the teams.
You will be responsible for tracking and reporting the progress of the project during development with a focus on data-driven analysis, and to continually assess the product’s quality and identify any areas of risk. Should risks be identified, you will be expected to quantify these and communicate to stakeholders then work with development and QA management to produce suitable mitigation plans.
As the owner of the project budget, you will track expenditure and report forecasted costs in a regular cadence to QA and Development management. A key part of this will be managing the resource plan for the project, ensuring it is appropriate for project status and risk level.
As a Project Manager, you will be a key member of both the local studio and the worldwide QA organisations and will contribute to strategic improvement processes. You will be expected to champion any novel or beneficial practices your team is employing and to be continually assessing your team’s processes for opportunities. You will need to be open to new approaches and changes in strategic direction, and be able to roll these out effectively using transparent communication and open feedback to ensure success.
You will be a leader within the local studio, motivating and challenging your team to succeed. You will also be a mentor to your direct reports, guiding individual team members through their career development via regular and constructive feedback, and listening and acting on their concerns where appropriate.
Interns will work with the Internet of Things Developer Experiences team to create Industrial and Commercial IOT projects, code samples, and documentation. Responsibilities will mainly be technical but could also be quite diverse. U.S. experience and education requirements will vary significantly depending on the unique needs of the job. Job assignments are usually for the summer or for short periods during breaks from school.
Responsibilities will mainly be technical but could also be quite diverse. U.S. experience and education requirements will vary significantly depending on the unique needs of the job. Job assignments are usually for the summer or for short periods during breaks from school.
If you are interested to be part of our team, send us an email to us with the subject "the title of your position" writing a description of your technical skills to schedule a meeting.
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