Director, Enterprise Technology Project Manager

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The Enterprise Technology Project Manager will be responsible for defining, designing, and managing technical, multi-source projects using Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Lean, and Waterfall project management methodologies. He or she will work closely with clients through the product development process to identify project objectives, provide technical, operational and economic insight, and create pro-types. The Enterprise Technology Project Manager will create and implement project plans based on knowledge of product design, web development, software tools, budgets, constraints, and schedules. The Enterprise Technology Project Manager will be responsible for evaluating project status, managing project personnel, and ensuring deliverables and quality standards are met. He or she will anticipate development complications, implement solutions, and monitor sustainability of project plan. The Enterprise Technology Project Manager will also improve project management efficiency by analyzing and defining processes, documentation, and tracking mechanisms as well as performing analysis of optimization of tools and software to achieve transparency with clients. Responsibilities will also include providing management with project reports regarding milestones, deliverables, trends, scope, and costs on a regular basis.
Minimum Requirements:
Bachelors degree or the equivalent based on relevant experience. Must have four (4) years of related project management experience with a tech-company and experience overseeing projects of more than 30 people. Must have four (4) years of experience with Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Lean, and Waterfall methodologies as well as four (4) years of experience with APIs, HTML 5, CSS, PHP, SQL, Javascript, Perl, C, C++, C#, and Objective C. Must have at least four (4) years of experience with standard project planning and management applications, such as Microsoft Project and Sharepoint, Atlassian Jira/Confluence, Omniplan, Basecamp, Planview, and Pivotal.

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