(Contract Type: 1 year)•Accountable for the overall Organization project planning and progress toward agreed upon goals. •Reporting to the Managing Director.•Responsible for monitoring, maintaining, and adjusting the project plan (based on the input and deliverable of team members), and ensuring the management and effectiveness of the functional and technology team assigned to the programme.•Reporting progress, issues and risks, drive risk and issue resolution, coordinating task dependencies, and establishing milestone project goals that keep the project on time and within budget in alignment with the Central Transition Lead.•Key contact for Central Transition Teams•Coordination of all transition activities in the Organization•Lead the assigned Transition Team members (Functional Subject Matter Experts, IT, Controls and a Master Data specialist)•Regular alignment with Managing Director, Management and Central Transition Lead•Prepare weekly flash reporting to Management Team in accordance with the standard set by the Central PMO and actively participate in relevant meetings•Provide the periodic measurement of plan versus actual with variance analysis•Track, monitor and report on the project status (percent complete vs. costs expended; hours remaining, etc)•Continually monitor scope, time frame, budget and risk; act as a guardian for scope creep or scope changes•Credibly bring solid understanding of the Programme’s objectives and expectations to the organization•Responsible to ensure all deliverable for each Transition Phase from Transition preparation up to and including Stabilization are completed on-time in-full (OTIF)•Together with the Central Transition Lead, create Transition Plan and coordinate sign-off process•Drive, monitor and ensure the closure of the gaps identified during the Sol ID phase•Coordinate testing –End to End and User Acceptance Test (planning, organisation, test scripts)•Coordinate training (planning, organisation, adaptation of the material)•Ensure a proper and complete hand over to Business as Usual•Manage programme resources to assure maximum efficiency, effectiveness and resource utilization•Recognize change management issues and risks at their earliest introduction; develop recommendations and mitigating strategies•Monitor and manage open tasks and issues list•Manage employees including recruitment (if applicable) and performance management•Lead by example on collaboration and End-to-End cross functional thinking
•At least 5 years of experience in project management, preferably in cross-functional programmes and/or ERP implementation.•Preferably HEINEKEN knowledge and experience•Strong management and communication (verbal, written and presentation) skills•Combines conceptual understanding and practical judgement•Experience working within and implementing complex change projects•Excellent skills in relationship building and collaboration at all levels of the organisation•Takes calculated, well thought out, risks•Proactive in identifying and solving problems/issue•Good organisational skills•Flexible and adaptable; able to work in ambiguous situations, dealing with complexity and time pressure•Excellent written and verbal English
*Provide Transportation (Ferry)*Group Life Insurance*Short-Term Incentive Plan* Phone Bill Allowance
* International Standard Working Environment* Sat/ Sun Off* Brew a Better World with us* Safe and Comfortable workplace
* Personal Development Plan* Develop Leadership Skills with high professional mentors, managers, and coaches* Ongoing Training & Development Plan
HEINEKEN Myanmar Limited (formerly known as APB Alliance Brewery Company Limited) is owned by HEINEKEN (57%) and Alliance Brewery Company (43%). It operates one brewery in Hmawbi. Besides its international flagship Heineken® brand, HEINEKEN Myanmar also brews Tiger, ABC Extra Stout, and Regal Seven. Its mission is to Brew a Better World and be a partner for growth in Myanmar, through a wide range of projects aimed at job creation, road safety, and advocating responsible consumption. The company currently employs more than 280 people.