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Sr. IT Director: Global Infrastructure

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Bausch & Lomb Bridgewater , NJ 08807

Posted 2 months ago

Overview

Bausch Health is a progressive, exciting place to work - a place where opportunities abound for new and current employees. At Bausch Health, we have a strong belief that the company's success coincides with employee achievement of personal and professional goals.

The role of the ERP Infrastructure leader is to manage the Infrastructure within the ERP program, outside the ERP program and the creation of the long term support structure and organization for Bausch Health.

Responsibilities

Leadership

  • Lead the design and delivery of the ERP technical infrastructure solution for the Global ERP Program

  • Lead the creation of the strategy and implementation of ERP technical support center(s), both internal Bausch Health or external third party hosted

  • Provide strategic direction for all aspects of Technical Infrastructure, design and delivery

  • Lead technical integration efforts between technical support and the ERP Centers of Excellence (COE)

Management

  • Establish guidelines for project planning and provide on-going oversight

  • Manage the overall relationship with all third party hosting vendors, including hardware support services

  • Manage the ERP technical environment across platforms for test, QA and production environments

  • Manage the interim state of project rollout through the set-up of ERP environments

  • Establish the middleware and testing solution for the program

  • Understand and manage the connected systems to the ERP software. Additionally, assess the continued use of the connected systems or the assimilation of those systems into the ERP software system

  • Coordinate with business and process team and non-team members to assist in the delivery of technical ERP objects

  • Coordinate and lead all Performance related testing sessions (Stress and Volume)

  • Establish procedures for issue management, scope management, risk management, and project communications.

  • Coordinate and manage SO (System Outsourcing & Hosting) RFP and contracting actions

  • Coordinate and manage SO (System Outsourcing) consulting resources

Qualifications

  • Proven global infrastructure program management experience

  • Demonstrated successful Global ERP system implementation experience

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills

  • Ability to provide continuity and manage personnel transitions throughout the duration of the ERP Program

  • Knowledge of overall project lifecycle methodology and discipline

  • Excellent analytical and communication skills

  • Experience working on large multiple business releases within ERP implementations

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