Job Post ID: 10041
Category: Experienced Professionals
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ARM designs the technology that lies at the heart of advanced digital products, from wireless, networking and consumer entertainment solutions to imaging, automotive, security and storage devices. ARM’s comprehensive processor product offering includes RISC CPUs, graphics processors (GPUs) and video processors (VPUs), enabling software, cell libraries, embedded memories, high-speed connectivity products, peripherals and development tools. A world leader in processor design, ARM’s success is based on licensing agreements with many of the biggest names in consumer electronics and semiconductor manufacturing. The Senior Project Manager role will report to the Program Manager, and manage Fabric IP and Implementation projects within the Sheffield Design Centre. The Sheffield Design centre is located at the gateway of the world renowned Peak District: the home of the UK outdoor adventure scene and a spectacular landscape, in one of the most beautiful and inspiring parts of the British Isles.
This role is for a highly experienced and motivated Project Manager who will be based in ARM’s Sheffield Design Centre, within the Processor Division and will be expected to work collaboratively with Engineering Management to ensure we achieve on-time delivery of our Fabric IP and implementation projects. The individual should be capable of working very closely with the Engineering Manager who will share responsibility to manage and deliver the collection of projects that the Sheffield Design Centre is accountable for in terms of performance, cost, quality and on-time delivery. This individual should have a proven track record of project management across all aspects of the engineering development lifecycle. Responsibilities include planning, scheduling, tracking/monitoring, resource allocation, issue/risk management, driving the teams and executing the program of projects against committed milestones, as well as management of project stakeholders and dependencies and communication to internal stakeholders and where needed, external partners. This role requires a minimal level of travel to work across ARM sites and with ARM Partners.