Project Manager - Research and Development
Originally founded in 1962, Worcester became part of the Worldwide Bosch Group in 1996 and we are the UK market leader in domestic boilers.
Our current product range includes gas and oil boilers, hot water cylinders, renewable technologies such as heat pumps and solar water heating systems, as well as controls and accessories.
Our commitment to the highest standards of manufacturing over the last 50 years, has led our boilers to receive coveted Which? Best Buy awards for nine years running, and for Worcester to receive a Royal Warrant for supplying our boilers to Her Majesty The Queen’s Sandringham Estate.
Our UK headquarters is based in Worcester where all the main functions of the business are located including the manufacturing of gas boilers. We have a further site in Clay Cross Derbyshire where our oil boilers are manufactured.
Manage strategic business unit projects with leadership and commitment, to ensure the project key performance indicators are achieved. -Collaborate effectively with national, international colleagues, stakeholders and the Project Steering Committee. -Realistic planning of project timelines with consideration to Risk Management, Design/Test iterations and external influences. -Support and lead department strategic projects. -Manage the commercial and technical impact of a project and its impact on product cost. -Utilisation of Agile techniques in order to ensure transparency, create higher customer satisfaction and increased project control.
Good communication skills (written and oral). -Ability to prepare detailed and clear presentations. -Self organised, inspiring, open, approachable person who can lead and motivate others. -Creative approach to problem solving. -Understanding of Agile/Scrum techniques.
Your future job location offers you:
Flexible worktime options, benefits and services, childcare offers, medical services, employee discounts, various sports and health opportunities, free fruit, on-site parking, catering facilities, access to local public transport, room for creativity, urban infrastructures and rural surroundings.
Posted 20 days ago