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Founded in Canada in 2001, Canadian Solar is one of the fastest growing companies in the solar industry and has been successfully listed on the NASDAQ (symbol: CSIQ) since November 2006. Senior Manager for Global Product Management (m/f) The Global Product Management manager is responsible for the development, planning and implementation of products and to train and guide the sales teams as needed.
This role is in a key position to formulate innovative product business development and sales strategies with our leadership team.
The senior manager for Global Product Management will form productive and sustainable relationships with external and internal business partners (both suppliers and customers) to ensure the ongoing and focused development and success of our business expansion.
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