ReSound Requirements Manager - Remote Position in Boston, Massachusetts
Position: Requirement Manager
Reports to Title: Director of Application Development
Department/Division: Software Development
Primary Work Location: Remote position but must be located in US
Job Code/Classification: Exempt
Primary responsibility of the Requirements Manager is to create a highly automated environment for delivering industry-leading software applications through documenting, analyzing, prioritizing, and agreeing on requirements for the engineering team.
Essential Functions (Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)
Conducting functional/operational analysis to identify key system requirements and dependencies.
Defining the system of interest, including system boundaries, inputs, and outputs.
Document system context and interfaces as high level requirements.
Writing and reviewing requirements as well as maintaining the requirements in our requirement systems cross platform.
Participating in scope discussions and driving the requirements elicitation process, leading from user needs, business needs, and regulatory requirements into well-documented requirements suitable for product development.
Contributing to and creating corporate procedures that are related to requirement management and system engineering.
Participating in defining best practices for all system and requirements engineering issues.
Lead requirement optimization initiatives internally and across platforms.
Participate in audits with focus on requirement traceability.
Generate compliance documentation.
Competencies (Knowledge and Skills needed for this position.)
Ability to development and document complex products and systems
Demonstrate knowledge of concepts, practices, and procedures in engineering and product development
Demonstrate ability to think both strategically and tactically
Ability to communicate across departments
Experience creating detailed reports and giving presentations.
The ability to influence stakeholders and work closely with them to determine requirements for the team
- Degree in computer science, engineering or equivalent, preferred.
Strong technical understanding of requirements methodologies, tools and best practices
5+ years software engineering, product development or related experience
3+ years’ experience in project delivery role
Experience in agile development, preferable SAFe
Medical device experience preferred
Good understanding of regulatory requirements and business processes in the medical device industry – or any other regulated industry
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
GN brings people closer through our leading intelligent hearing, audio, video, and gaming solutions. Inspired by people and driven by innovation, we deliver technology that enhance the senses of hearing and sight. We help people with hearing loss overcome real-life challenges, improve communication and collaboration for businesses, and provide great experiences for audio and gaming enthusiasts.
GN was founded more than 150 years ago with a vision to connect the world. Today, inspired by our strong heritage, GN touches more lives than ever with the broadest portfolio of products and services in our history – fostering a sense of community, openness, and understanding.
By listening to customers and combining our unique expertise in the human ear, audio, video, and speech, wireless technologies, software, and miniaturization, we transform what it takes to bring people closer to what is important to them.
The GN-owned brands that are responsible for bringing these technologies to life:
Medical grade hearing technology: ReSound (https://www.resound.com/en) , Beltone (https://www.beltone.com/en) , Interton (https://www.interton.com/en) , Jabra (https://www.jabra.com/hearing)
Professional collaboration: Jabra (https://www.jabra.com/) , BlueParrott (https://www.emea.blueparrott.com/) , FalCom (https://falcom.gn.com/)
Gaming, calls and media: SteelSeries (https://steelseries.com/) , Jabra (https://www.jabra.com/)
Founded in 1869, the GN Group employs 7,000 people and is listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen (GN.CO). GN’s solutions are sold in around 100 countries across the world.
If you would like to learn more about us, visit our homepage gn.com or click on our different brands. You can also connect with us on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/gn-store-nord/) , Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/gnstorenord/) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/gnstorenord) .