Responsible for assessing customer needs, market conditions, and competition to inform business strategy. The Category Manager implements the strategy through developing, commercializing, and monitoring the appropriate products and services.
Manage a team of information security engineers responsible for configuring, deploying, and managing enterprise security tools including: SIEM, A/V, DLP, vulnerability scanning, privileged access management, file integrity monitoring, firewalls, advanced malware detection, etc.
The Product Manager is responsible for both product planning and product marketing. This includes managing the product throughout the product life cycle, gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product vision, and working closely with engineering, to deliver winning products.
Develops detailed business requirements, feature definitions and implementation plans for Digital/Native Solutions capabilities. This may include gathering information needed to build the business case as necessary from cross-functional teams across the organization.
The Product Manager in our custom manufacturing environment owns her/his assigned customers and associated projectsmost of which will be conceived by the Product Manager as a means for achieving the objectives tied to his/her assigned growth initiatives.
Responsible for partnering with other line of business product and engineering teams to execute the product roadmap and must be comfortable working in large teams with members across multiple organizations and disciplines.
The Service Operations Manager is responsible for leading and coordinating the delivery of projects that fall within their specified region and Line Of Business (LOB) to ensure client satisfaction and the successful and profitable implementation of projects.
The Product Manager in our custom manufacturing environment owns her/his assigned customers and associated projectsmost of which will be conceived by the Product Manager as a means for achieving the objectives tied to his/her assigned growth initiatives. This is a leadership position with a good deal of autonomy and the Product Manager will lead her/his business by delivering on three primary objectives.
The TSM performs a variety of tasks and functions as a key team member across multi-departmental projects and takes full accountability for the technical reporting, and recommendations for execution based on these criteria.
This Operations Manager will lead a team of about 50 associates with two department managers as direct reports. They will be responsible for organizing and improving the operations, be the lead person on Continuous Improvement efforts at the location, and be integral to the development of standard work, strategy deployment, and creation of their scalable business model and operations system.
Plan, organize, direct and control all building automation, fire, and security service operations activities to assure profitable growth. Advise management on local operations planning including resource hiring, development and allocation, financial forecasting, monitoring and issue resolution planning.
Responsible for defining the product/service and market strategy and life cycle management including customer need identification, market research, product or service offering, pricing, positioning, promotion.