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Project Manager

San Diego, CA
The Project Manager is responsible for driving all aspects of the project from definition through completion. The position requires interfacing with customers and resources and includes planning, risk assessment and mitigation of potential issues.

  • Draft and update project action plans.
  • Monitor and report out progress of the completion of tasks.
  • Monitor and report out project activities and resources to mitigate risk.
  • Identify, implement, follow and maintain quality assurance processes.
  • Evaluate, monitor, or ensure compliance with laws, regulation policies, standards or procedures.
  • Facilitate status report meetings.
    • Plan/set logistics
    • Define agenda
    • Record meeting minutes and action items
    • Circulate meeting minutes and action items
    • Track meeting minutes and action items
  • Submit work request(s) to engage 3rd party application owners
    • Convene internal work groups to define the scope of work requests.
    • Manage, delegate or assign the completion of work requests.
    • Report out status of work requests.
  • Monitors information systems testing strategies, plans, or scenarios.
  • Follow/lead change control efforts as required (for example, reviewing change requests).
  • Lead/coordinate the identification of product-related training, oversight of development and availability of appropriate product-related training and documentation for customers
  • Develop and update project management documents.
  • Project status reports
  • Coordination of activities with vendors.
  • Track and log project deliverables and ensure that deliverables are placed in the project documentation files.
  • PMP certification
  • Ability to lead internal and external stakeholders to a common goal.
  • Strong project management skills; manage project plans and quality of deliverables, monitor and control for diversions/events/results that require swift adaptation of the original project plan, escalate as appropriate.
  • Soft skills: focus, communicative, strong organizational skills, results oriented.
  • Demonstrated leadership and strong interpersonal skills as well as strong writing and oral presentation skills.
  • Ability to read, write, and speak fluent English.
  • Demonstrated leadership in building and sustaining positive working relationships and partnerships.
  • Demonstrated experience working within a team to complete objectives on time, within budget, while meeting high quality standards.
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