Job Title: Project Manager
Location: US-IL-Peoria with Caterpillar
Person must be able to start as early as next week.
5 years project management experience with IT development projects.
Caterpillar experience (include references)
Project Management Institute (PMI) Certification
Data warehousing or analytical reporting experience
Excellent communication skills
Act as the Project Manager for several projects being managed by the Project Management Office (PMO) within the Enterprise Information Management (EIM) organization of GIS. The Project Manager has primary responsibility for defining, planning, tracking and managing the project they are assigned. He/she is responsible for identifying key resource skill sets and providing the direction required for meeting the project objectives. He/she is also responsible for ensuring appropriate management, customer and supplier involvement throughout the life of the project. The project manager’s job is to meet or exceed project expectations. Qualifications and skills of the Project Manager include an ability to lead and motivate people and encourage teamwork, an ability to communicate effectively with senior management, and a clear vision of what determines a successful product for the customer and for the company. The Project Manager also must be able to manage project schedule and task details and utilize project management tools such as reports, tracking charts, checklists, and project scheduling software and to delegate appropriately. He/she must be able to manage change and take active leadership in timely decision making. Finally a Project Manager must have the courage to face up to issues squarely and early, resolve conflicts, admit to having problems and seek coaching openly, escalate if necessary, and generally champion the people and the project up, down, and across the organization and with customers.
5055 Keller Springs Rd. STE 160,
Addison, TX - 75001.
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