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The Senior IT Project Manager is responsible for managing project delivery for mid to large complex Enterprise projects with cross functional project teams that may be comprised within several departments, have high visibility, aggressive schedules and require negotiation skills to balance the needs of project stakeholders.
The Project Manager is the primary interface between various business units (or business partners) and the IS teams. They will be responsible for facilitating, prioritizing and communicating functional and technical requirements of large-scale projects to the IS teams.
In this role, you will identify customer issues, develop effective solutions and successfully manage the communication to the customer. Hands on project management or delivery experience driving deliverables, getting things done and in the detail enough to speak intelligently about what is being shipped and articulate issues, defects and resolutions.
Responsible for anticipating bottlenecks, provide escalation management, making technical tradeoffs, while balancing customer needs with technical constraints. You thrive with large, complex projects and break them down into manageable pieces. You can deliver projects in a successful and timely manner.
In this role you will engage directly with Information Technology and Business stakeholders to ensure the on-time and successful delivery of technology services to new construction and acquisition properties.
The IT Project Manager, Business Analyst will develop, implement and manage large-scale corporate IT Projects processes and operations across Information Technology units supporting all business units globally.
Responsible for managing and overseeing the operation of assigned projects, conducting requirements sessions, setting milestones, reviewing progress, reporting status, re- allocating resources, and resolving conflicts.