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The Project Manager (PM) is responsible for the oversight and successful completion of multiple concurrent projects, ensuring consistency with company strategy, commitments, and goals. The PM will provide support directly the eGIS Portfolio Manager in the form of administrative project management. The PM works with the Portfolio Manager and is responsible for the project performance through effective management of project constraints, including scope, timeline, and budget. The PM will also collaborate with other PMs to maximize efficiencies and skillset utilization.
Responsibilities and Duties
Project Management - Conduct or oversee all required tasks for the following project phases, working with all departments:
• Deltek: Is solely responsible for the development, tracking, reporting and maintenance required of all project management functions in the Deltek software platform for 30+ active projects.
• Invoicing: Works with accounts payable to develop invoices, monitors financials and works directly with the client on any issues.
• Planning: Create project portfolio, estimate costs and schedule, assist in business development and proposal process, develop PM plan, prepare procurement documents, hold kick off meetings
• Executing: Create project documents, conduct procurement, supervise project work, implement changes, perform quality assurance and audits, manage and evaluate project and team performance, conduct status meetings, maintain communication with stakeholders
• Monitoring and Controlling: Measure project performance, perform quality control, maintain project information in pertinent database, verify scope, work closely with accounting, perform risk assessments and audits
• Closing: Ensure final delivery of product to the client, seek feedback on the product and process, conduct project retrospective, communicate findings to Executive Team, update the lessons learned and process improvement database
Project Leadership - Conduct or oversee all required tasks involved in the following:
• Consultant management
• Team building
• Project administration