Us - project manager iii

Company Name:
The Judge Group
Job ID: 420801
Job Type: Contract
Location: Falmouth, ME
Contact E-mail:
Salary: Open
Description: Our client is currently seeking a US - PROJECT MANAGER III.
Job Requirements
Manage day to day project activities of small to medium complexity or units/phases of a larger complex projects. ? Plan, execute, control and close out projects against defined scope and budget. ? Ensures delivery of projects to the business partner, meeting the approved scope/cost/schedule/quality for the project. ? Strong knowledge of SDLC and PMLC process. Must have managed full project life cycle. ? Accountability for project timelines. ? Experience managing Business projects. Full life cycle development experience. Experience with project methodology tools. ? Ability to work in challenging and fast paced environment. ? Ensure all project deliverables like BRD, SRS, SDS, SDP..Etc. are completed and approved on time. ? Act as central point of contact and owner for all project activities until completely delivered and project is closed. ? Work closely with all project stakeholders and maintain excellent communication. ? Ability to capture minutes, run meetings, publish action items, risks and issues. Follow up to close all action items. Qualifications ? 3-5 yrs of prior Project management is required. ? Expertise in MS Project, Excel, Word, Visio, PowerPoint and SharePoint. ? Excellent written and verbal communication skills. ? PMP certification ? Dynamic and result oriented. ? Prior Business Analyst experience is desirable but not required. ? Strong knowledge of SDLC and PMLC process.
Must have managed all phases of the project. ? Excellent customer service, interpersonal, organizational, and time management skills Skills Category Analytical skills - Business intelligence - Computer skills - Business writing -

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