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Project Manager

Company Name:
The Computer Merchant, Ltd.
Reference # : 14-02761 Title : Project Manager
Category: Information Technology
Location : Falmouth, ME
Position Type : Contract
Experience Level : 4 Years Start Date / End Date : 05/26/2014 / 11/25/2014
Description
The Computer Merchant is seeking a Project Manager with Infrastructure Project experience!
The Infrastructure Project Managers (IPM) will be accountable to steward all Infrastructure changes for Technology Solution initiatives through the various phases of the project lifecycle, and manage the release of changes into production while minimizing risk to existing services.
Ideal Profile:
Ideally we want someone who has worked within technology infrastructure at an enterprise level. They need to be a great leader, communicator and have worked in a matrixed organization. They should also have good budget management experience. They will also need proven leadership skills and experience managing large and complex IT projects.
Soft Skills:
Need to be a good matrixed leader for these roles. They will need to have strong communication, organization and people skills. Will need to be able to present project updates to multiple, including executive, levels as well as demonstrate strong leadership capabilities.
Team Culture & Success Profile:
This individual will be working with a geographically disbursed team and will need to have experience with this and proven ability to work well to drive results among these groups. The outstanding PM s will be able to handle high pressure situations well. They will also be able to work with stakeholders and know how to read them well. The strong PM s will have a good success record and work well under pressure.
Top Must Have Skills:
- 4 years of Infrastructure PM experience required
- PMP certification required
-Strong technical knowledge and experience as a technical PM
- Enterprise level technology experience
- Expertise in MS Project, Excel, Visio and Powerpoint.
- Solid documentation skills
- PMLC
- PMI
Top Nice to Have Skills:
- Prior TD experience
- Prior Financial services/Banking industry experience
- ITIL certification

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