This position utilizes proven skills in project management and control, team management, business analysis, communications, risk management, budget management, quality management, benefits management and interpersonal relations to manage projects which are mostly cross-functional in nature.
The Project Manager is accountable to create the project framework (structure, governance, scope, budget, roles/responsibilities, etc.) and ensure the work undertaken to execute the project is successfully delivered within the established quality requirements and schedule. It is expected the Project Manager will engage and expend corporate resources wisely.
The successful Project Manager is well-versed in the use of project management tools, practices and templates. They can identify and use the most appropriate set of tools/templates for his/her projects. The Project Manager takes a support role within the development and maturity of PMO tools, methods and processes, and continually seeks to support the improvement of PMO efficiency.
The Project Manager must possess well developed communications, negotiation, conflict resolution, and leadership skills, as well as the ability to successfully transform ambiguous environments with competing business priorities into a structured environment with the support of their Manager as needed.
The Project Manager is accountable for the overall success of the project. They are able to operate independently and are accountable for the day to day decisions for the project.
The Project Manager would benefit from having experience with Agile Delivery and providing vision and direction to Agile teams/stakeholders. The candidate would have familiarity with product/feature backlog management and product development. They can define product vision and can develop roadmaps. .
The Project Manager will have interaction at all levels in the organization, with their primary project relationships being with the key project stakeholders.