Hewlett Packard Recruits WSU Engineering Alumni Talent for Pontiac Office
Midrange Server Development Program (Pontiac, Michigan)
HP’s Midrange Server Development Program recruits and trains next generation technical and business professionals within IT outsourcing services. This is a unique opportunity for both HP and the newly-hired, as it creates a group of peers who work together to learn the HP Way and introduce the new hire into the corporate environment!
The Midrange Server Development Program, located in Pontiac, Michigan, takes participants through different functional areas of the server management business over the course of two years, while offering technical certification training and dozens of opportunities for participants to meet leaders and engage with their peers.
Desired candidates must be completing (or have completed) minimum a bachelor’s degree with a focus on any of the following: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Information Technology. Candidates must have an excellent GPA with top recommendations from professors and/or internships; they must also have a (maximum) one year window from graduation.
The next program starts June 2014. There are several slot to be filled. Don’t miss the opportunity!
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Senior Quality Program Manager-1257935
GBU TCEQ Growth Countries Senior Program Manager needs to have in-depth knowledge of drivers of customer intervention across the entire value chain, with solid credibility within the technical community. Be recognized authority in both project management as well as Six Sigma methodology.
Drive innovative thinking by defining and introducing new concepts/methodology that will enable rapid detection of field quality issues as well as the ability to manage all aspects of achieving a complex goal including but not limited to root cause analysis (technical expertise), stakeholder buy-in (influencing skill), construction of multi-variable project plan (project management), and with great track record of delivering results.
Full ownership of Growth Country intervention reduction plan with little to no supervision. Frequently exercise independent judgement on gap analysis and establishing recovery plan in the case of unexpected delay. Constantly evaluate the effectiveness of existing strategy to drive improvements that are necessary to achieve goal.
Subject matter expert on intervention reduction initiatives and to provide guidance to team members within or outside of same team on best practices related to intervention reduction programs by leading cross-functional initiatives that has direct impact to HP’s growth opportunities.
Coach other employees on project management, influencing skill, as well as executive communication to enable them to successful in a similar work by exhibiting HP Leadership Attributes and associated behaviors: Always Accountable, Will to Win, Passion for Customers, Highly Capable & Innovative, and People & Team Developer
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