The Project Manager implements services, products, and equipment, ensuring the scope is delivered efficiently, accurately, and cost effectively. Project Managers must be able to apply PM standard procedures and practices on a day-to-day basis, ensuring that all resources and activities are completed as warranted and on time. With all projects, the PM should ensure that any roadblocks are communicated in a timely manner, an acceptable resolution is reached, and that implementations are completed successfully.
Manage project timelines and deadlines per the detailed project work plan to implement Office 365 products.
Participate in all project status meetings and other critical meetings.
Prepare weekly, or as needed, status reports to project team/executive management.
Facilitate issue and problem resolutions.
Manage project scope and client expectations.
Monitor all activities to ensure efficient and effective use of project team resources.
Manage the project budget.
Manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Manage change order requests.
Provide overall day-to-day project direction.
Project Managers will be required to direct team members as projects are deployed.
Although this role has no direct reports, Project Managers are expected to mentor Project Coordinators.
Other duties as assigned by manager.
Required Education, Experience:
BS in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, related field or Equivalent Professional Experience. At least 3 yrs IT support experience required. Excellent oral and written communications. Some experience in the following is preferred: Exchange / Office 365
Microsoft Windows desktop and server OS
Microsoft Office Suite
Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenDesktop
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS / WORKING CONDITIONS: Must be able to sit for long periods of time and use computer keyboard and/or mouse, while viewing computer screen. Project Managers work standard business hours from Monday to Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM local time. Some projects may require being engaged during non-standard business hours for customer specific activities. Travel will not be a normal part of the Project Manager's job but may be necessary at times. As a general rule, Project Managers will not be required to lift equipment. Project Managers should be able to lift up to 25 pounds.
Note: This is a brief description of the responsibilities and is not limited to those described herein. Management retains the right to add, delete or modify any of these responsibilities at any time.
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