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Associate Project Manager - Security and Resiliency

A permanent position has arisen with a medical device multinational in Galway who are looking to hire an Associate Project Manager within Security for a Global role. This is a hybrid role which offers 2 days working from home and flexi-time.

Responsibilities

  • Establish and maintain an in-depth knowledge of the security industry and relevant technology solutions.

  • Define project scope, timelines, resources, assess risks, to ensure that security mitigation strategies are effectively implemented.

  • Build positive relationships with key stakeholders, functional partners, and internal customers globally and across various cultures, regions, and roles.

  • Effectively manage project team(s) ensuring good cross-functional communication as well as provide feedback to functional managers on team and team member performance.

  • Manage multiple simultaneous projects globally, initiate, plan, execute, and monitor all activities required for timely completion.

  • Assist install teams with project completion, including programming, resource coordination, and testing/commissioning.

  • Generate high-level plans, communications, and schedules to assist with task prioritization and workload adjustments.

  • Attend construction meetings when needed to help ensure that installations that are part of a new construction or renovation project go as planned.

  • Assess project risks and implement risk response activities to effectively manage uncertainties.

  • Troubleshoot project issues and engage appropriate management and resources as needed to mitigate impacts.

  • Effectively present and communicate with internal and external personnel in various locations and through all levels of management.

Requirements

  • NFQ Level 8 (240 Credits) or equivalent required

  • Minimum 3 years of project management and relevant industry or project management certifications

Preferred Requirements

  • Experience in the security industry is preferred.

  • Security system design, or security system administration experience.

  • Factory certifications in relevant technology platforms is a plus (LenelS2, Milestone, etc.).

  • Understanding of network connectivity and software configuration troubleshooting will also be necessary.

  • High skill level to interpret blueprints and other project documents, including but not limited to, specifications, reporting, and quality requirements.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Christopher O'Toole.

christopher.otoole@collinsmcnicholas.ie

(091) 706713