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Defect Manager

Job Title: Defect Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Luton, Bedfordshire
Salary: £375 - £475 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Defect Manager - Triage Manager - IT Portfolio Manager


Location: Luton

Contract: 6 Months

Start Date: ASAP

Day Rate: £375-£475


Montash are currently engaged with a global client based in Luton they are in need of a project manager level person to acts a Triage / Defect manager.

The Triage manager role is responsible for supporting the Integrated Release Manager through the Go Live period of the release process, specifically:

  • Manage the Triage team
  • Drive and own the resolution of project / supplier specific issues that arise throughout the triage process
  • Plan and schedule code drops into the appropriate test environment
  • Understand and actively make decisions based on the interdependencies between the projects / environments / applications to ensure the validity and integrity of the release and the environment

Other key responsibilities:

  • Matrix management of in house and third party resource both on and offshore.
  • Ensure that any risks / issues to the project(s) that affect the release or risks / issues that affect the release directly are constantly managed and communicated
  • Identify and manage issues ensuring appropriate escalation to project owners in a timely manner for resolution

Needs to have an understanding of the development cycle and project management methodologies (e.g. Waterfall, DSDM, RAD)


Key Words:

Matrix management/ Triage Manager / Defects Manager / Portfolio Management / DSDM / RAD / Waterfall / Delivery / defects / project manager / onshore / offshore / release manager / ambiguity / test manager / integration / resolution

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