Date: Jun 28, 2018
The role is a lead of Service transition team which includes release management, deployment control, defect management, change management, toward efficiency of the Testing and development teams and satisfaction of a big and impacting customer.
· Must have 5+ years’ experience as a PMO or Release manager or Defect manager.
· Good knowledge in MS Office, MS Project, and other tracking tools.
· Background of 3 years with communication with Developments organizations and Testing.
· Background of 3 years with customer relation and communication.
· Experience of 3 years with Billing and Customer care systems.
· Responsible for release management activities – Code bundles content, Test capacity and development availability coordination, timelines and tracking.
· The above activities will apply to Hot fixes, Code Bundles, CR’s and Market/National deployments.
· Change management tracking.
· Deployment tracking and verification.
· Defect management.
· Tickets management and tracking.
· Customer communication around tasks progress, risks, and planed vs actual.
· Risk and Impact assessment for Production related changes and Representation in Change Board.
· Bachelor’s in engineering (IT, Telecom) or
· Excellent communication skills
· Excellent organization skills
· Very good understanding of production release flow and change flow.
· Experienced with leading code deployment for big organization, new Organization.
· Understanding of Billing and customer care applications as part of telecommunication world.
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