Today Apple Jobs Toronto $55/Hour
Today Jobs at Apple, Apple Manager Jobs, Manager Salary in Apple, for Indians, for Graduate As BPR program manager, you will lead the Canadian implementation of technology projects from business requirements, design, business readiness, testing, and implementation.
You will be tasked with developing programs to support the organization’s strategic direction, as well as creating and managing long-term goals. You will also be in charge of developing budgets and operating plans for programs and writing program funding proposals.
In order to be successful in this role, you will need to have prior experience in both program management and team management. A bachelor’s degree is required. You will lead all aspects of projects from a high level but also deep dive and be hands-on as needed.
|Post Name||BPR Program Manager|
|Expected Salary||CAD 50 To CAD 55 Per Hour|
|Address||Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5J 0A8|
- Elicit requirements/user stories/use cases from subject matter experts and collaborate on solution and architecture design processes with WW Sales BPR teams to ensure Canadian requirements are met.
- Ensure business teams and partners are involved and prepared for system and process changes, including the planning and delivery of training required for knowledge transfer.
- Partner with Sales, Finance Operations, and Sales Planning & Operations teams to identify, research, and solve business problems and lead process improvements, assessments, and application development initiatives.
- Recommend process innovation and efficiencies through process analysis, user experience, observations, industry groundbreaking technology, and process improvement initiatives to deliver extraordinary customer-centric solutions.
- Negotiate with cross-functional teams and business partners to remove barriers and get results without compromising the quality of deliverables.
|Schedule Type||Full Time|
|Education Required||Bachelor’s Degree|
- Proven experience in program management.
- Proven stakeholder management skills.
- Proven experience managing a team.
- Experience using computers for a variety of tasks.
- Competency in Microsoft applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
- Understanding of project management.
Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology company that specializes in consumer electronics, software, and online services headquartered in Cupertino, California, United States. it is the world’s biggest company by market capitalization, the fourth-largest personal computer vendor by unit sales, and the second-largest mobile phone manufacturer.
It is one of the Big Five American information technology companies, alongside Alphabet, Amazon, Meta, and Microsoft. As the market for personal computers expanded and evolved throughout, Apple lost considerable market share to the lower-priced duopoly of the Microsoft Windows operating system on Intel-powered PC clones (also known as “Wintel”),
Weeks away from bankruptcy, the company bought NeXT to resolve Apple’s unsuccessful operating system strategy and entice Jobs back to the company. Over the next decade, Jobs guided Apple back to profitability through a number of tactics including introducing the iMac, iPod, iPhone, and iPad to critical acclaim, and launching.
“Think different” and other memorable advertising campaigns, opening the Apple Store retail chain, and acquiring numerous companies to broaden the company’s product portfolio. When Jobs resigned in 2011 for health reasons and died two months later, he was succeeded as CEO by Tim Cook.
Interview Questions for BPR Program Manager:
- What are the most common reasons why projects fail?
- Tell me about a time when you managed a project that didn’t go as planned. What happened? What would you do differently if given the chance?
- When managing multiple projects, how do you determine which are the highest priority?
- If you were assigned a program with a 6-month deadline, what steps would you take to plan and deliver the project successfully?
- How do your responsibilities differ from those of your project managers?
- What technology and tools do you find are necessary to be successful in your role?
- What metrics do you review to measure success?
- What’s your experience with program charters?
- Do you leverage a code of ethics that enable you to be a better manager?
- Why is change management important for this role?
- How do you properly define/document and control the goals for each program that you execute?
- How do you keep up with industry trends?
- Describe the most recent program you managed. What was your contribution?
- Tell me about a time when you were asked to develop a budget and allocate resources to a past program.
- Tell me about a time when you were managing a program that was falling behind schedule. What would you do differently now, if given the chance?
- Tell me about the biggest challenge you’ve faced while managing a team of project managers.
- Have you ever faced a communication problem while managing a program? Who with and how did you resolve it?