Be part of this proven SaaS provider of best practice sustainability, environmental regulatory and supply chain management solutions software, working with a diverse group of high profile global clients.
In essence, you'll be responsible for the onboarding, implementation and support of the software platform for new and existing customers. A background in mechanical engineering, chemical engineering or a product/data/configuration manager with experience in product design lifecycle and regulatory compliance is ideal.
You have an in-depth knowledge of product and regulatory compliance, from RoHS, REACH, WEEE and Conflict Minerals, and in depth experience with complex PLM systems such as PTC Windchill, Teamcenter, Oracle Agile or SAP PLM.
You will be implementing the software project from start to finish, gathering the client's requirements, and offering the solution that's tailored for them. You'll be developing test scripts and acceptance criteria, configuring the solution as required. Make use of your implementation, configuration and testing skills, then provide post-implementation support.
This is a remotely based role with occasional international travel within the EU and US, so you can be based anywhere. Ideally in the UK.
You'll get to work with some of the biggest corporates in the digital world and get insights into their differing cultures. This is an international opportunity, but it comes with the support of a smaller closer-knit team giving you all the advice, skills and training you need to be successful, fast.
If you have the right skills mix including: excellent understanding of product compliance software solutions and client facing presentation skills, this could be the role you've been looking for.
A competitive salary is on offer, with flexible working arrangements, so to apply please apply or give Guy a call on 01202 888 986 Ext 214 to find out more.
|Job Title:||Compliance Programme Project Manager|
|Salary:||Up to £45000.00 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Vicky Kenrick|
|Job Published:||about 1 year ago|