Part-Time Senior Project Manager – Tuesday to Saturday Shift – Iwo
The Program Management Office’s Assistant Director of Information Technology (IT) will be the Senior Project Manager’s line manager (PMO). Delivering essential corporate software applications and infrastructure is the manager’s responsibility. The ideal applicant would have previous experience leading a software development team in carrying out the software development lifecycle (SDLC). The work of their team members and project personnel may be supervised, directed, delegated, and evaluated by the senior project manager. The manager has extensive freedom to employ initiative and independent judgment, works with little to no supervision, and conducts advanced levels of project management tasks. As a representation of the IT, this person will collaborate with a diverse group of team members, including senior leadership from throughout the whole organization.
Job Title : Senior Project Manager – Tuesday to Saturday Shift
Location : Iwo, Osun, Nigeria
Salary : $ 22.28 per hour.
Company : Albertson’s, Inc.
Job Type : Part-Time
- Customer Satisfaction: Communicates with management, customers, project team members, and other stakeholders on a regular basis, aggressively asking and responding to customer and project team input.
- Reports on continuing project updates are sent to internal teams and partners.
- accountable for managing and informing team members and business stakeholders on the status and duties of the budget.
- Ensure that every necessary subproject and activity is identified, planned, and managed.
- Keep an impartial, fact-based perspective and push your colleagues to open up about where they are and what they can do to improve.
- oversees a project from the time that the initial funding request is approved to delivery, as well as any necessary ongoing project maintenance.
- Proactively manage projects to guarantee they are finished within scope, on time, and under budget, while also enforcing checkpoints and upholding change control.
- Accurate information should be acquired and recorded on time and resource estimates, as well as the project’s objectives, scope, stakeholders, risks, barriers, and signs of success.
- Make plans for how information will be shared, how charters will be used, when tasks will be completed, and how much money will be spent.
- The project’s stakeholders in the international business community should anticipate regular updates on the project’s progress.
- possessing a bachelor’s degree or higher and at least five years of project management-related job experience.
- Ability to interact positively and successfully with both internal and external groups.
- superior abilities in persuasion, teamwork, negotiation, and social interaction.
- Possessing business and management savvy, as well as leadership skills, good judgment, tact, and fortitude under duress.
- a grasp of networking, hardware, and software as well as other IT essentials.