EMEA Indigo Installation Manager

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Applies advanced subject matter knowledge to solve complex business issues and is regarded as a subject matter expert. Frequently contributes to the development of new ideas and methods. Works on complex problems where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of multiple factors. Leads and/or provides expertise to functional project teams and may participate in cross-functional initiatives. Acts as an expert providing direction and guidance to process improvements and establishing policies. Frequently represents the organization to external customers/clients. Exercises significant independent judgment within broadly defined policies and practices to determine best method for accomplishing work and achieving objectives. May provide mentoring and guidance to lower level employees.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage Installation program across EMEA region .
  • Responsible to plan & execute all installations of all Indigo products & upgrades including new installs or/any installations ( POP & Press move & shows .
  • Required to Work & cooperate across EMEA functions mainly with GTM category & Supplies chain as well with the GBU functions supporting the deliveries and the Business targets,
  • Required high skills of program managing by planning resources & executing with the ability to be agile change rapidly . Team leader of small team supporting the program


Education and Experience Required:
  • 5 + Years delivery experience in the area of graphic arts products.
  • Have evident tech knowledge on Indigo products and technologies
  • Have evident experience of project/program planning
  • Degree-level qualifications in Engineering or equivalent level of knowledge.
  • High verbal & communications capabilities to drive activity into the organization
  • Work under pressure mainly in the end of the quarter to meet the business targets


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