Full Time Employee Contractor
Project Manager Opportunity in Denver
This Sr. Project Manager is accountable for the on-time, on-budget delivery of an in flight $3M+ software development and integration project to provide the Damage Prevention organization with a replacement system track and manage damages to field equipment. Additionally, this project will deliver an enhancement to the asset location ?Call Before You Dig? system to integrate GIS data with the locate ticket information. The underlying solution supporting both the locate ticket and damage prevention solutions is hosted with a vendor in their cloud environment. The project has already delivered an upgrade of the locate ticket solution, upgrading the vendors solution and moving it from an in-house solution to a cloud hosted solution. Remaining work includes the replacement of the current damage prevention solution with the vendor?s cloud-based solution with all relevant integrations as well as completion of a couple of follow-on enhancements to the locate ticket solution.
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