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Technical Programme Manager
Every project will need some sort of management and lead. A technical project manager typically works on the supervision of a technical project and in communication activities with non-technical audiences.
What does a technical programme manager do?
The job of a technical programme manager involves overseeing the technical elements of a software development project. The role requires familiarity with a number of technical aspects, including database, networks, and security, so a technical manager should have experience in a number of software development positions.
What are the essential skills a technical manager should have?
A technical manager needs to make sure that their development team are working together in the most efficient way possible, and acts as a liaison between the project management side and the technical side of a development project.
What salary can you expect?
According to PayScale, the average pay for a technical programme manager in the UK is £59,289 (€75,134) per year. Most people in this job have more than five years' experience in related jobs.
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