21 May Project Manager
Contact the recruiter, Shane Paynter, at Shane@ringsidetalent.com to learn more.
The Project Manager is the team motivator, in charge of creating timelines for deliverables, the go-to person for the project's organization, scope, and tasks. They are comfortable juggling multiple projects, excellent communicators, highly adaptable, and above all else, team players.
If this sounds like you, read on for more information!
- Developing and maintaining project control documents in accordance with enterprise project management methodologies and as needed by the project.
- Developing detailed project plans using project scheduling tools.
- Leading all project plan development activities, including identification of phases, activities, tasks, deliverables, milestones, dependencies, schedules and assignment of resources.
- Preparing formal reports on the status and health of the IT projects, including periodic status reports, management dashboards and project metrics.
- Monitoring project quality, schedule and budget and facilitate actions to mitigate risk and address issues that arise.
- Facilitating deliverable and project artifact approval processes for IT projects by tracking all deliverables and project artifacts that require approvals, communicating the need for approvals to the appropriate groups and individuals and tracking approval decisions and following up where need be to ensure approvals are achieved within established timeframes.
- Facilitating project meetings as needed, including scrum events such as retrospectives and reviews.
- Using knowledge of agile practices and frameworks (in particular Scrum and Kanban) to support and serve the agile teams in the delivery center.
- Serving as scrum master for agile development teams.
- Ensuring compliance with SDLC policies and procedures
Best Candidates Possess:
- BA/BS degree (or equivalent experience) in Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or a related field in a technical or business discipline
- 2-3 years’ experience in IT Project Manager or Junior IT Project Manager role
- Experience seeing projects through the full life cycle
- Strong familiarity with project management software tools, methodologies, and best practices
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills