• Engineering Project Manager

    Location UK-GLS-Staverton
    Posted Date 6 months ago(6 months ago)
    Requisition Number
    # of Positions Remaining
    Position Type
    Full time
    Experience (Years)
    Engineering - All
    Security Clearance Required?
  • Overview

    The Engineering Project Manager is responsible for execution and delivery of Engineering Projects across the lifecycle, including product introduction, product improvement, and in-production/in-service support. The remit includes scope management, management of assigned resources, and costs & schedule of technical solution.





      • Project management of assigned projects, including scope definition, management of the technical solution, resource demands, costs & schedule, and risks & opportunities management.
      • Contribute directly to technical solution development where appropriate, in line with base technical skills and experience
      • Lead and direct assigned resources in the execution of engineering projects
      • Provide project control board style data (progress and metrics) in support of the engineering projects reporting rhythm.
      • Collate and present business case and/or rationale for New Product Introduction, Product Improvement, or Cost Reduction projects to wider engineering team and business.
      • Work collaboratively with assigned customer facing Programme Manager
      • Provide ‘lessons learned’ inputs to projects at the beginning of the design lifecycle


      • Degree in Engineering or Scientific subject, or equivalent level of knowledge and experience.
      • Good knowledge of aircraft actuation products, including design lifecycle, verification and validation requirements, and production processes.
      • Significant experience of managing product development through product qualification phases and into series production
      • Significant experience of leading project teams in the support of in service aircraft products.
      • Experience of new product development and introduction of aircraft products or systems
      • Experience of using project management tools & techniques to manage costs and schedule
      • Strong ability to work in a collaborative, cross discipline environment.
      • Demonstrated ability of analytical and problem solving skills
      • Demonstrated ability to build, manage, and develop teams, and motivate individuals.
      • Strong oral and written communication skills
      • Location: TIS A&C at Staverton, Gloucestershire UK
      • Hours: Nominally 37 hours per week, additional unpaid hours may be required as necessary to meet business commitments
      • Travel: Occasional travel to customers and Triumph sites in the UK
      • Successful applicants receive conditional offers to be subject to satisfactory references, Disclosure Scotland and Baseline Personnel Security Standard (BPSS) clearance, a right to work in the UK and willingness to complete a pre-employment medical questionnaire.


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