The IT Infrastructure Managers role is to plan, organize, and manage staff and overall technical operations to ensure the stable and efficient operation of all aspects of XPOs IT infrastructure in selected US locations.
Ability to read, write and speak the English language to communicate with employees, customers, suppliers, in person, on the phone, and by written communications in a clear, straight-forward, and professional manner.
Ensure that projects/programs successfully control and monitor progress, addressing risk and issue management, resource conflicts, effective communications, and stakeholder involvement, as appropriate.
The Manager, IT BRM Global Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) leads and manages a team which comprises a global organization of IT professionals focused on the Integrated Supply Chain (ISC) - MES Function.
The position will be responsible for managing all aspects of client contact, support and project planning for a growing organization, manage and coordinate all aspects of client relationships including project deliverables, communications and education.
The IT Program Manager position will plan, supervise, and manage the direction of multiple medium-size projects with a single aim and/or one large strategic project at local, regional, or global levels.
Conducts or assists in the conduct of studies of limited-to-moderate complexity to assess the soundness, adequacy, compliance, and cost-effectiveness of the enterprise's operational and information systems' controls.
Implements IT standards, policies and/or master plan for the IT function; manages the development and acquisition of new technologies and tools to improve the organization's internal operations and data delivery.
Review existing tool sets and assist in proposing a framework for a world-class QA team that focuses primarily on developing automated testing tools; liaison with all IT delivery teams and management to set overall expectations concerning QA timelines, cost and required resources.
The Project Manager (PM) is responsible for enabling and facilitating the work that is done by the project team. They position themselves as facilitators and removers of roadblocks, eliminating distractions and enabling the team to perform its job.