Dell Senior Principal Product Devleopment Manager, XPS NB in Taipei, Taiwan

Job Description:

  • Manages people for product development programs or projects involving department or cross-functional teams.

  • Teams are focused on the delivery of a product or computer-based system from the design process through finished state for external customers.

  • From a technical perspective, monitors the product/program/project from initiation through delivery, interfacing with key stakeholders (e.g. the Core Team) on technical matters.

  • Assigns and monitors development activities with ODM and extended engineering team, providing technical support and direction

Qualification:

  • Directs the efforts of others in the achievement of the strategic and operational objectives of the group.

  • Manages the hiring, staffing and maintaining of a diverse and effective workforce.

  • Responsible for career development/planning, performance and pay discussions of team members.

  • Leverages technical skills in driving the team toward the appropriate design of the customer technology solution.

  • Organizes intra- and inter-organizational activities ensuring completion of the product/program/project on schedule and within budget constraints.

  • Responsible for the Engineering interface to the Core Team, interacting with Marketing, Finance, Services, Quality, Factory Operations, Procurement, and Program Management to produce the product/program/project.

  • Leads the communication with all appropriate extended teams and ensures they are informed and in agreement with all activities needed for the product/program/project/solution to succeed.

  • Participates in discussions around offer evolution and development.

  • Responsible for the leadership and management of project execution.

  • Leads process improvement initiatives in addition to managing day to day project execution.

  • Stays informed and knowledgeable of current and future technology/engineering trends within area of responsibility.

  • Analyzes and addresses gaps in go-to-market technical collateral