My Dublin City Centre based client is recruiting for a Director / Technical Delivery Manager with a strong Consultancy background.
The Technical Delivery Manager role will involve a blend of Technical and Product delivery. The candidate must come from a Technical background. Ideally started as an engineer / developer and progressed through architecture and then into C- suite delivery however be able to read code and architecture.
Our Technical Delivery Managers oversee the clients’ relationships, taking a technically ‘hands on’ approach to define and deliver solutions and driving a culture of continuous improvement. They are accountable for the overall project delivery, client satisfaction and management of expectations while ensuring that the work is on strategy, on time and within budget. You will be working alongside globally renowned and award-winning design, development and technology teams who are passionate about what they do and how they do it. Projects range from 20-100 people with typical large scale clients in the Retail & Telecoms sector, amongst others, depending on demand.
Technical end-to-end Delivery Management; Agile, JIRA, SCRUM, Product Management
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