The On Device Media Delivery Manager is responsible for providing end to end Content Delivery Management. The successful candidate will potentially support all Nokia platforms, with global, local and operator-specific deliveries. The role involves coordinating content development, verification and localization, as well as ensuring content quality and readiness, financial tracking, and final end to end verification. In addition, this individual will be responsible for ensuring that all project milestones are met by implementing, using, and, where needed, improving Nokia processes, tools and interfaces.
The On Device Media Delivery Manager acts as the customer interface in their own responsibility area and will be required to cultivate positive and mutually beneficial relationships with our clients, developers, and other internal teams. The successful candidate will apply their expertise and insight to the broader context of Nokia business and will display learning agility, flexibility, and innovation. A successful On Device Media Delivery Manager will demonstrate perseverance, initiative, curiosity, diplomacy, and creativity in their day to day work.
6-9 years relevant experience coordinating projects.
Able to take sole ownership/responsibility for a given task or project.
Able to interact with all stakeholders (internal and external) and achieve business goals.
Able to adapt/enhance/change processes as needed to achieve business goals.
Requires minimum supervision and works well as part of a team.
Demonstrates excellent written and oral communication skills.
Detail-oriented and able to see the bigger picture.
Shows creativity and flexibility when resolving issues.
Suggests improvements and seeks opportunities for innovation.
Ability to read and write additional languages.
Knowledge or experience with S40 and/or Windows phone platforms.
Research & Development
Yes, 10 % of the Time
Nokia - 23 months ago
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