IT Project Manager
With over 30,000 staff in more than 375 laboratories across 41 countries, Eurofins Scientific is the world leader in food and biopharma product testing. It is also number one in the world in the field of environmental laboratory services and one of the global market leaders in agroscience, genomics, pharma discovery services and central laboratory services.
Eurofins is developing the eLIMS-NG system (Eurofins Laboratory Information Management System, Next Generation), a comprehensive and integrated suite of tools and applications to support the testing business in our laboratories worldwide.
The main objective of this position is to be one of the eLIMS-NG applications IT Project Managers and lead the corresponding development team.
Lead the development team to deliver professional software within agreed timelines.
Accountable for the quality and optimal architecture of the code in term of robustness, security, performances and maintainability.
Direct involvement in the workload estimate for the new requirements and change requests.
Liaise with the other project managers to ensure that the application integrate seamlessly with the other systems.
Day-to-day management of the team of developers and ensure that the team follows the guidelines and best practices.
Provide expertise to the business analyst during the design phase to optimize the application usability and take technical constraints into account.
Contribute to the recruitment, promotion and development of direct team members.
- At least 5 years of experience as the manager of a development team of 8 or more developers
- Proven track record of successful delivery of software used by 100+ users
- At least 2 years of experience of SCRUM development
- Able to work under minimal supervision
- Excellent English verbal and written communication skills
- Service oriented
- WPF with PRISM
- WebAPI (Understanding of the REST principles required)
- MS SQL Server 2012
- TeamCity (Continuous Integration)
- Fitnesse (ATDD)
- Visual Studio 2013
- TDD (XUnit)
- Inversion of Control (Unity)
In a fast growing group, successful leaders are frequently being offered increased areas of responsibility (subject to geographical mobility).