Sr. Project Manager (Ref: 448)

Company Name:
Professional Technology Integration Inc
Position: Sr. Project Manager (Ref: 448)
Location: Augusta,ME,04330,United States
Duration: 4 Months 29 Days - Contract
Openings: 1
Description:
Job Description:
The Project Manager will split their 40hr week between (2) projects.
Requirements:
The ability to build strong client relationships and show while still advancing the project work is important.
The right PM will have experience in a range of PM methodology including the use of agile Project Management.
Excellent written and oral communications skills are required. Candidates will be asked to provide examples of the past work products.
Previous experience managing large vendor implementations which preferably included enterprise financial applications such as accounting, payroll, and human resource systems with components of business process/operation outsourcing
The PM must be an experienced Senior PM with an excellent track record in working with government related agencies.
7+yrs. experience of Agile Project Management, Advanced skills REQUIRED
Other framework of Project Management acceptable as well, looking for experience working with vendors.
Required / Desired Skills
PMP Certification (Highly Desired 2 Years)
Agile Project Management Experience (Required 5 Years)
Experience managing large vendor implementations (Required 5 Years)
Experience managing vendor implementation including enterprise financial applications (Required 5 Years)
Experience working with government related agencies (Highly Desired 5 Years)
Experience managing RFP processes (Required 5 Years)
Experience in grant management (Highly Desired 5 Years)
Senior Level Project Management Experience (Required 5 Years)

Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.