Us - it - project manager ii

Company Name:
The Judge Group
Job ID: 424084
Job Type: Contract
Location: Falmouth, ME
Contact E-mail:
Salary: Open
Description: Our client is currently seeking a US - IT - PROJECT MANAGER II.
This job will have the following responsibilities:
Manage day to day project activities of medium complexity or units/phases of a larger complex project Plan, execute, control and close out project against defined scope and budget. Utilize accepted standards and procedures. Maintain team relationships and team coaching and development. Manage stakeholder expectations. Manage risk and ensure compliance. The successful candidate will be responsible for the oversight and execution of several medium complexity projects. Key accountabilities are: Works autonomously in the management of the unit and collaborates with other business heads to establish and execute on common goals. Manages activities of medium complexity projects. Ensures delivery of projects to the business partner, meeting the approved scope/cost/schedule/quality for the project. Perform a governing role for, ensuring that the proposal, execution, control, deployment, training and hand off, warranty support, and closure to meet schedules. Management of small to large projects , including multiple internal applications and external vendors. Estimation and planning, risk assessment, contingency planning, tracking and management of progress, issues, budget, risk and resources. Accountability for project budget and time lines.
Qualifications & Requirements:
Project management 5 yrs PMLC/SDLC
5 yrs Banking
5 yrs PMP certification Leadership
3 yrs MS Project
5 yrs Excel, Visio
5 yrs Sharepoint
2 yrs Excellent communication skills

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