infrastructure Project Manager

  • location: Boston, MA
  • type: Contract
  • salary: $45 - $50 per hour
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infrastructure Project Manager

job summary:
The Information Technology Project Manager will analyze project requirements and work closely with stakeholders to define project tasks, resource requirements, and to ensure proper integration between systems. The candidate will identify and document project requirements, collaborate with teams and vendors to identify priorities and expectations, and coordinate schedules with all stakeholders.

This role will include the design of new processes, and adoption of new strategies to ensure that projects are aligned with organizational standards and IT policies. The Project Manager must understand complex technical scenarios and requirements, and possess the ability to work through obstacles to progress and to suggest alternative strategies, policies, and procedures.

Primary Responsibilities:

- Communicate effectively with project teams, sponsors, managers, and other stakeholders

- Develop and maintain full-scale project plans, ensuring that roles and responsibilities are defined

- Coordinate and monitor activities and highlight anticipated issues or slippage. Work with team members to formulate corrective actions when project deliverables deviate from the work plan and projected budget

- Ensure that user requirements, deliverables, and approvals are defined, documented and communicated

- Ensure the delivery of a product that meets user requirements

- Promote use of PMI best practices

- Develop comprehensive project plans: work structures, schedules, major milestone roadmaps, communication plans, test plans, and change control procedures

- Deliver progress reports, proposals, requirements documentation, and presentations

- Respond dynamically to changing requirements, expectations, and priorities; manage all business objectives, technical needs, limitations, priorities, and risks

- Demonstrate technical writing skills, experience with proposals, RFPs/RFQs, with the ability to proofread and edit for proper grammar, punctuation and spelling in all documents produced

- Proven ability to prioritize tasks and function effectively in a fast-paced, occasionally high-stress environment with a variety of personalities

- High level of mental reasoning with the ability to address and resolve a wide range of intellectual and practical issues and concerns

Education/Experience:

- B.S. in Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Business Administration, or related field

- Project Management certification or successful completion of a recognized project management curriculum is required. PMP certification preferred



 
location: Boston, Massachusetts
job type: Contract
salary: $45 - 50 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
education: Bachelors
 
responsibilities:
The Information Technology Project Manager will analyze project requirements and work closely with stakeholders to define project tasks, resource requirements, and to ensure proper integration between systems. The candidate will identify and document project requirements, collaborate with teams and vendors to identify priorities and expectations, and coordinate schedules with all stakeholders.

This role will include the design of new processes, and adoption of new strategies to ensure that projects are aligned with organizational standards and IT policies. The Project Manager must understand complex technical scenarios and requirements, and possess the ability to work through obstacles to progress and to suggest alternative strategies, policies, and procedures.

Primary Responsibilities:

- Communicate effectively with project teams, sponsors, managers, and other stakeholders

- Develop and maintain full-scale project plans, ensuring that roles and responsibilities are defined

- Coordinate and monitor activities and highlight anticipated issues or slippage. Work with team members to formulate corrective actions when project deliverables deviate from the work plan and projected budget

- Ensure that user requirements, deliverables, and approvals are defined, documented and communicated

- Ensure the delivery of a product that meets user requirements

- Promote use of PMI best practices

- Develop comprehensive project plans: work structures, schedules, major milestone roadmaps, communication plans, test plans, and change control procedures

- Deliver progress reports, proposals, requirements documentation, and presentations

- Respond dynamically to changing requirements, expectations, and priorities; manage all business objectives, technical needs, limitations, priorities, and risks

- Demonstrate technical writing skills, experience with proposals, RFPs/RFQs, with the ability to proofread and edit for proper grammar, punctuation and spelling in all documents produced

- Proven ability to prioritize tasks and function effectively in a fast-paced, occasionally high-stress environment with a variety of personalities

- High level of mental reasoning with the ability to address and resolve a wide range of intellectual and practical issues and concerns

Education/Experience:

- B.S. in Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Business Administration, or related field

- Project Management certification or successful completion of a recognized project management curriculum is required. PMP certification preferred



 
qualifications:
The Information Technology Project Manager will analyze project requirements and work closely with stakeholders to define project tasks, resource requirements, and to ensure proper integration between systems. The candidate will identify and document project requirements, collaborate with teams and vendors to identify priorities and expectations, and coordinate schedules with all stakeholders.

This role will include the design of new processes, and adoption of new strategies to ensure that projects are aligned with organizational standards and IT policies. The Project Manager must understand complex technical scenarios and requirements, and possess the ability to work through obstacles to progress and to suggest alternative strategies, policies, and procedures.

Primary Responsibilities:

- Communicate effectively with project teams, sponsors, managers, and other stakeholders

- Develop and maintain full-scale project plans, ensuring that roles and responsibilities are defined

- Coordinate and monitor activities and highlight anticipated issues or slippage. Work with team members to formulate corrective actions when project deliverables deviate from the work plan and projected budget

- Ensure that user requirements, deliverables, and approvals are defined, documented and communicated

- Ensure the delivery of a product that meets user requirements

- Promote use of PMI best practices

- Develop comprehensive project plans: work structures, schedules, major milestone roadmaps, communication plans, test plans, and change control procedures

- Deliver progress reports, proposals, requirements documentation, and presentations

- Respond dynamically to changing requirements, expectations, and priorities; manage all business objectives, technical needs, limitations, priorities, and risks

- Demonstrate technical writing skills, experience with proposals, RFPs/RFQs, with the ability to proofread and edit for proper grammar, punctuation and spelling in all documents produced

- Proven ability to prioritize tasks and function effectively in a fast-paced, occasionally high-stress environment with a variety of personalities

- High level of mental reasoning with the ability to address and resolve a wide range of intellectual and practical issues and concerns

Education/Experience:

- B.S. in Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Business Administration, or related field

- Project Management certification or successful completion of a recognized project management curriculum is required. PMP certification preferred



 
skills: The Information Technology Project Manager will analyze project requirements and work closely with stakeholders to define project tasks, resource requirements, and to ensure proper integration between systems. The candidate will identify and document project requirements, collaborate with teams and vendors to identify priorities and expectations, and coordinate schedules with all stakeholders.

This role will include the design of new processes, and adoption of new strategies to ensure that projects are aligned with organizational standards and IT policies. The Project Manager must understand complex technical scenarios and requirements, and possess the ability to work through obstacles to progress and to suggest alternative strategies, policies, and procedures.

Primary Responsibilities:

- Communicate effectively with project teams, sponsors, managers, and other stakeholders

- Develop and maintain full-scale project plans, ensuring that roles and responsibilities are defined

- Coordinate and monitor activities and highlight anticipated issues or slippage. Work with team members to formulate corrective actions when project deliverables deviate from the work plan and projected budget

- Ensure that user requirements, deliverables, and approvals are defined, documented and communicated

- Ensure the delivery of a product that meets user requirements

- Promote use of PMI best practices

- Develop comprehensive project plans: work structures, schedules, major milestone roadmaps, communication plans, test plans, and change control procedures

- Deliver progress reports, proposals, requirements documentation, and presentations

- Respond dynamically to changing requirements, expectations, and priorities; manage all business objectives, technical needs, limitations, priorities, and risks

- Demonstrate technical writing skills, experience with proposals, RFPs/RFQs, with the ability to proofread and edit for proper grammar, punctuation and spelling in all documents produced

- Proven ability to prioritize tasks and function effectively in a fast-paced, occasionally high-stress environment with a variety of personalities

- High level of mental reasoning with the ability to address and resolve a wide range of intellectual and practical issues and concerns

Education/Experience:

- B.S. in Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Business Administration, or related field

- Project Management certification or successful completion of a recognized project management curriculum is required. PMP certification preferred




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