System Engineering Program Manager, Commercial Desktop
HP is a proven leader in personal systems and printing, delivering innovations that empower people to create, interact, and inspire like never before. We leverage our strong financial position to extend our leadership in traditional markets and invest in exciting new technologies.
HP has an impressive portfolio and strong innovation pipeline across areas such as:
- blended reality technology - our unique Sprout by HP will change the way people do things
- 3D printing
- multi-function printing
- Ink in the office
- tablets, phablets, notebooks
- mobile workstations
We are looking for visionaries who are ready to make an impact on the way the world works. At HP, the future is yours to create!
- Manage SW/BIOS image development for multiple projects, from planning phase to release to factory
- Daily communication with cross-functional teams; will be main contact window for cross-functional teams and stakeholders for anything related to SW and BIOS
- May interface with senior management to report project status, escalations
- Manage and train ODM SEPM, possible multiple ODM at same time
- Responsible for quality of SW/BIOS
- Leads and provides guidance / mentoring to less-experienced staff members.
Education and Experience Required:
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Business Management, Engineering, Computer Sciences, or equivalent.
- PMP/PMI certification preferred.
- Typically 5 to 6 years experience.
Knowledge and Skills:
- Expert project management skillset
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
- Able to deliver projects on schedule
- Demonstrated experience coordinating and directing matrixed teams and resources.
- Good level in English speaking / reading / writing
- Good communication skills; ability to effectively communicate program plans, proposals, results, and negotiate options at management levels.
- Good sense of quality
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Elizabeth focuses on the HP consumer experience, scaling best practices across premium consumer notebooks, testing products before public release, and crafting the compelling story of their design and performance for press workshops.
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