Implementation Manager I
OVERVIEW AND REPORTING RELATIONSHIP
This position exercises latitude for independent action and discretion to coordinate, plan, document and manage implementation and solution projects of moderate complexity from initiation to delivery. Projects typically have a focus on a specific product or program line and incumbents frequently work closely and collaborate with external and/or internal customers to deliver projects against performance measures. Performance measures may include scope, quality, and scheduling targets.
OTHER REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES
Develops project specifications and objectives from initiation to delivery for implementation projects of moderate complexity. This entails interface with clients and/or internal staff to produce functional specifications, design documents, and other blue prints for the project.
Defines scope of efforts required to meet objectives and develops comprehensive and predictable project schedules. This includes analyzing, reviewing and forecasting project expenditures.
Prepares, maintains and updates project plans, agendas and systems set-up for projects. This includes determining project steps, activities, the sequence of events, critical success paths, dependencies and the duration of tasks.
Incumbents may collaborate with technical staff to estimate time requirements to complete project tasks and milestones. On a regular basis, updates the project plan with actuals and forecasts.
Identifies and acquires appropriate resources needed, ensuring availability necessary for project deliverables. Manages resources within respective departments, other internal departments, outside service providers as well as materials committed to the projects. This may include collaboration with functional department managers to assemble project teams.
Coordinates all implementation project matters and monitors progress on a daily basis. Assigns and documents project responsibilities ensuring that activity, integration and productivity are employed in the most efficient manner while still meeting project targets. Manages resources within respective departments and/or operations as well as materials committed to the projects to ensure that project milestones are met and completed on time.
Performs various implementation tasks including plan survey completion, system set up, communications strategy consultation and materials delivery, and web-based system demonstrations and training sessions.
Serves as a central point of contact to routinely relay, facilitate and keep stakeholders apprised of the project's status and respond to questions or inquiries regarding the project.
Maintains open communications and relationships with clients as well as the project team, coordinating and conducting meetings as appropriate.. Conducts risk assessment of strategic, technical, financial, or business factors affecting the project.
Monitors project deliverables and progress through the duration of the project plan, managing deviations as appropriate, including project scope. Identifies factors jeopardizing the project and escalates issues as appropriate, recommending solutions to senior project team members, managers of project management or directors.
Conducts post project reviews with participation and guidance from the implementation services management team to revisit the workflow, project successes and opportunities for improvement, moving forward.
Lends expertise and provides project advice based on experience and specialized knowledge respective to a particular operational function.
May provide sales support by lending expertise in the development of implementations and client solutions.
Performs other duties as assigned or apparent.
A thorough knowledge and understanding of business and technology as normally obtained through the completion of a Bachelor's Degree in a business or technology related major.
Formalized education or training in project management practices, theories, and processes is preferred. Formalized Project Management methodology and certification are desired.
Milwaukee WI or Alpharetta, GA
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