My Dublin City Centre based client is recruiting for a Technical Product Manager to join the team on a contract or perm basis.
My Dublin City Centre based client is recruiting for a Technical Product Manager to join the team on a contract or perm basis. The successful candidate should have a min of 10 years n the IT Sector, with 5+years of systems of software engineering experience with a focus on architecture and design. To be successful in this role you must have a passion for innovation, embracing new emerging technologies and always looking at ways to bring the product offering to the next level. You have a skill for uncovering what the customer really needs and mapping that to a technical solution. You are extremely creative and can work with UI/UX designers to design intuitive web user interfaces for our customers. You are detail oriented, you know how to plan work, how to communicate with the teams so they know what needs to be done. You can anticipate and remove blockers, you resolve dependencies and manage risks.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Engineering.
40 Hour Working Week
Contract or Perm
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