Full Time Employee Contractor
The Project Manager will be responsible for the overall success of a project, including time and resource management, financial planning, scope management, issue and risk management, and project execution. The Project Manager plans, directs, and monitors the work produced by the team(s), to include planning and implementing appropriate quality assurance activities. He or she is responsible for managing the client relationships, including general, ongoing communications, negotiation of scope and schedule changes, key risks, issue resolution, and ongoing progress reporting. The Project Manager shapes client expectations, and manages contracts and scope related to the project.
? Three (3) years of relevant project management experience
? Solid project management skills related to project planning and control, scope management, issue and risk management, and quality management
? Ability to monitor progress and health of the project against the plans using industry standard techniques, such as Earned Value Management
? Experience negotiating contractual documents and maintaining changes to the terms and conditions of those documents, especially as it relates to project deliverables
? Demonstrated experience leading a project towards target financial goals, including setting and achieving DCM, payment schedules, holdbacks, travel costs, timely invoicing and customer payments. Experience with forecasting and variance analysis also required. Basic understanding of NPV analysis preferred
? Advanced written and verbal communication and presentation skills
? Communication skills, to include the ability to communicate effectively with customer and CGI stakeholders at all levels and work through tough issues with customers, CGI team members, and/or subcontractors, partners, or third party vendors
? Excellent leadership and team development skills (to include coaching and mentoring), with the ability to motivate and lead while adapting leadership style to a variety of situations
? Timely, decisive, and effective problem-solving skills
? Demonstrated mastery of consulting at the senior management and executive level
? Behave in an ethical and professional manner
? Handle the pressures of simultaneous tasks, issues, problems, and ambiguity
? Be flexible as to behavior or work methods in response to changes or new obstacles on a project
Travel: Ability to travel 15%
Education: Undergraduate degree in Business, IT, Systems Engineering, Computer Science or related discipline required, Graduate Degree preferred. PMP certification required.
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