The primary function of the Sales Operations Program Manager position is to support the GES Sales organization by developing, executing and supporting a mix of programs and initiatives that align with ADP's MVV, support the SIG (Simplify, Innovate, Grow) pillars, all culminating in the creation and drive of new market share for all ADP products and services; inclusive of sales effectiveness.
The Senior IT Project Manager is responsible for leading the complete project lifecycle of IT projects in support of our key clients activities through the design, implementation, and testing, and release of the projects.
In this role, you will also work with clients and project team members to gather requirements, document solution design, configure the Sales force application, train administrators and end-user personnel on how to navigate and best leverage the solution, and ensure successful engagements and project go - lives through disciplined and established project management methodology.
The Senior Project Manager is responsible for the overall direction, completion, and financial outcome of a construction-management project; as well as mentoring multiple Project Managers and Engineers.
In this role, you must possess financial, technological and innovative skills necessary to develop, implement and coordinate integrated multiple multi-million dollar healthcare construction and renovation projects through multiple delivery models, and in accordance with department policies and procedures.
In this role you will designs and executes implementation and upgrade methodology, testing, budgeting, and project metrics, status reporting, executive and internal communications, and general daily management of key activities.
The candidate shall be responsible for the support of the Enterprise and System architectures; In addition to architecture responsibilities, the lead systems engineer will act as the Lead Project Manager. Tasks will include, but are not limited to:
In this role you will designs and executes implementation and upgrade methodology, testing, budgeting and project metrics, status reporting, executive and internal communications, and general daily management of key activities.
The Construction Project Manager serves as the on-site representative responsible for supporting the overall direction, completion and financial outcome of a construction management project; supervises/mentors the project staff to include multiple Project Engineers and Superintendents.
The Project Manager is responsible to project manage all aspects of the daily project management tasks, client relationship and interaction in order to bring projects from conception through development to delivery.