Manage the design development process from schematic planning through design, permitting, construction and project closeout to provide developments consistent with internal design standards, and with balanced budget and scheduling parameters.
The responsibilities of this management position will include the supervision and day-to-day management of the RISOC Team, which is designed to enhance the quality of life for dually diagnosed (psychiatrically disabled/chemically dependent) adults.
The Project Manager II leads scope definition, risk identification, will report on project status, determine time frames, staffing and resource requirements and lead others to make meaningful process improvements.
Manage projects such as additions, refurbishments, remodels, and new construction on Client properties. Clients range from, but not limited to, higher education, healthcare facilities, business, industry, sports facilities, and resorts as assigned.
Coordinate, and influence cross-functional collaboration between Engineering, Product Marketing, Quality Engineering, User Experience, and Documentation teams to help them plan, track and execute complex, cross organizational programs while maintaining focus on building the right things at the highest levels of quality.
As Technical Program Manager, you will own, define, and drive the Product Backlog, and the functional design and implementation for Cvent. You will be responsible for defining and prioritizing the features that best align and achieve the Product Strategy and meet Market Requirements.
Perform program analysis, manage risk, identify and influence necessary course corrections, creatively solve problems, and communicate program status and activities across multiple levels of management.
The Project Manager is responsible for the successful execution of product development projects; this position plans, coordinates and leads the execution of activities to ensure that the goals and objectives of the project are accomplished within the prescribed timeframe and funding parameters.
Performing program analysis, manage risk, identify and influence necessary course corrections, creatively solve problems, and communicate program status and activities across multiple levels of management.