|Job Title:||Project Manager|
|Salary:||£450 - £475 per day|
|Contact Name:||Mark Crorkin|
|Job Published:||March 23, 2018 08:18|
Network Project Manager required to work on Mobile Network Projects
Responsible for successfully managing the technical workstreams of a number of delivery projects within the Mobile programme where mobile network technologies are included in scope. Projects will include Roadmap Product & Enabler initiatives, and those from the Baseline. The Network Project Manager role works in partnership with a portfolio of technical experts (e.g. developers, testers, architects etc.) sourced predominantly from external contingent labour suppliers and from vendors (e.g. Ericsson, Amdocs).
Projects range in value from approximately Euro 200k to Euro 10m, and can include either single or multiple operating companies across the companies operations in Switzerland and the EU. Although predominantly focused on the Pan European MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) core network, projects may also include the separate MVNO core networks in the Belgian and UK operations, plus the MNO (Mobile Network Operator) in Belgium.
Examples of Roadmap projects: Launching a Full MVNO; introducing LTE services (both in the domestic market and roaming); Voice over WiFi (VoWifi).
Examples of Baseline projects: Increasing the capacity on the core MVNO core network; upgrading LGI's 'test' core network.
1. Education/Experience: Knowledge and experience of mobile network program/project planning processes, techniques and methodology required in the delivery of network-centric projects; experience with portfolio/project management of multiple technical disciplines (e.g. IT, Mobile Networks etc.) within a customer-oriented, market-driven commercial operation i.e. where all projects deliver new technical and service-based capabilities to existing, mature service provider operations (Telecommunications sector experience essential).
2. Skills and Competencies: Relationship & stakeholder management; interpersonal skills; self-drive; strong communication & presentation skills; delivery management; organizational, planning & scheduling skills; risk management; strong understanding of technical concepts underpinning the management of mobile networks, both 'virtual' and RAN (Radio Access Network) based.
3. Language and subject orientation: Fluent English is required, verbal and written, with a strong understanding of technical documentation from the telecommunications industry.