Service Readiness Lead
In this role, you have the opportunity to own Service Readiness and First of Kind activities to ensure successful new product introductions and best in class service delivery. The Service Readiness Lead is accountable for achieving project objectives providing effective roll out of new products and technologies to the Customer Operations delivery and support teams.
You are responsible for
Work as part of a RI Operation to deliver best in class service delivery
Represent Service needs End to End in the Program Core Team
Lead Service Readiness Team (SRT) from program inception to volume delivery, to successfully deploy, implement, and service new products within the field
Responsible for planning and execution of service readiness tasks to deliver according to the program milestones
Coordinate members of different functions in Service including Training, Field Service and Technical Support Groups to ensure successful product introduction
Review and validate all service and customer related documentation for completeness including specification documents, Installation Manual/s, and Support Documentation; Involve Subject Matter Experts as needed;
Collect and prioritize the feedback from service validation and initial deployments with the Program team.
Lead Service Readiness while adherence to company policies, including regulatory processes for medical devices
Provide technical troubleshooting guidance during SRT and FoK process
Interface with customers at all levels, as required, for the diagnosis and resolution of field failures or problems
Manage communication to service stakeholders, own function management, and program team
Share ownership for processes and process-improvements within their function
You are a part of t he Philips Radiology Informatics Business provides a comprehensive solution for medical image storage, enterprise distribution, and enterprise workflow. We will be redefining what’s possible, finding answers to some of the domain’s toughest problems. We are a tight group that shares our experiences and helps each other succeed. We love hard problems and like to move fast in a growing and changing environment. We always push the technology and process boundaries of what is feasible on behalf of our customers.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
BS in engineering, computer science, health science or related discipline preferred
3+ years in medical device or other heavily regulated industry
5+ years’ experience in phase-gate new product introduction process
5+ years leading or participating in cross-functional teams
PMI certification preferred
Green Belt certification preferred
Lead or participate in programs in a matrix environment, across multiple sites/global regions, and through the entire product lifecycle (from Concept/Approval through Production Release)
Prior experience in phase-gate new product introduction process
Knowledge in SQL databases with ability to analyze tables, run queries, etc
Experience working in Web Based applications in Windows and UNIX environments
Strong understanding of software support, troubleshooting , and escalation processes
Ability to troubleshoot network related issues, IP configurations, and performing trace routes between devices.
Experience with complex network analysis tools such as tcpdump, Wireshark, etc
HL7 and Dicom troubleshooting
Ability to travel internationally (about 10%)..
Why should you join Philips?
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