Delivery Productivity Manager – 12 month FTC
Are you a confident multi-tasker, with a passion for delivering results and adding value through collaboration? Do you thrive in a fast paced, dynamic environment?
If this sounds like you and you would like to join a highly motivated team, we have an exciting opportunity in Cambridge, UK for a Delivery Productivity Manager to join our Delivery Engineering (DE) team on a 12-month maternity cover basis.
DE is a diverse, globally dispersed team represented in Cambridge, Austin, and Sophia Antipolis, working collaboratively towards a shared goal of Engineering Effectiveness. Through accountabilities rooted in Engineering Change, Delivery Excellence, Reportingand Compliance & Governance, the DE team has a reputation for consistent, high quality contributions towards Best in Class Engineering.
In this varied role, you will utilise your excellent collaboration and organisational skills to support the delivery of the Engineering Change program by leading and contributing to multiple work packages. You will put your communication skills to immediateuse building your network and key stakeholder relationships across Central Engineering. You will work closely with all members of DE on a variety of deliverables and team activities, assuming line management and leadership responsibilities as required.
•You will work closely with the DE team to shape and support activities and initiatives with an ongoing focus on Best in Class Engineering and Effectiveness.
•You will work collaboratively with other workstream leads, subject matter experts and senior stakeholders to decide, plan, design and implement quarterly deliverables, as part of the Engineering Change Program.
•You will lead and support other work packages of varying size and scope in response to new requirements, continual improvement and/or ad hoc requests as needed.
•You will take an active role in DE Leadership Team activities, contributing to decision making, goal setting and team meetings and owning related deliverables when required.
•You will assume people management responsibilities and act according to the Arm People Manager Principles and Guidelines; striving to support and develop those individuals.
•Ability to work to deadlines, prioritise effectively and multi-task in a fast paced, dynamic environment.
•Excellent communication skills regardless of channel.
•Strong organisational, analytical and problem-solving skills and attention to detail.
•Ability to work on your own initiative or as part of a team and can adapt as needed.
•You can confidently build relationships with, and manage stakeholders at all levels.
•Must be comfortable with ambiguity and changing requirements.
•Strong Office 365 skills, particularly PowerPoint, Visio, Teams and Sharepoint.
•You handle and socialise change positively and enthusiastically.
•You strive to support, motivate and energise others.
Professional qualifications and experience:
•Bachelor's Degree in business, information technology or related field or relevant work experience.
•Working in a project management environment (traditional or agile).
•Project management experience; delivering initiatives, work packages or projects.
•Project management certification (desirable).
•Experience using Atlassian products Jira and Confluence.
•Microsoft Project and Project Enterprise Server (desirable).
•Experience of contributing to and delivering process or business change and/or improvements.
•Experience of people management and/or leading a team.
Arm is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal opportunities are available to all applicants and colleagues. We are a diverse organization of dedicated and innovative individuals, and don’t discriminate on the basis of any characteristic.