The Sr. Project Manager is responsible for leading projects, identifying appropriate resources, and developing schedules to ensure timely project completion, resolving day-to-day operational problems and conflicts, and managing project deliverables from start to finish.
The Clinical Project Manager (CPM) will lead and manage the core cross functional study team and is the single point of accountability for the operational delivery of one or more clinical studies from concept through reporting, including inspection readiness, submission and regulatory defense.
This Forward Planner/Project Manager is responsible for managing land assets from project inception through securing of entitlements to bond exoneration. This includes the ability to conduct technical feasibilities, secure necessary engineering plans, permits and other governmental or quasi-governmental approvals needed to develop lots and build houses.
In this role, you will be responsible for directing the overall performance of DAS, small cell and/or fiber deployment projects within an assigned geographic area and for a specific product line (i.e., private, public, or fiber-only projects).
In this role, you will be responsible for direction, completion and financial outcome of construction projects from initial budget through project closeout, managing costs and maximizing profitability.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop, maintain, and update documented internal controls over trade compliance matters; provide strategic guidance on the incorporation of trade compliance requirements into the Companys existing business processes.
This senior Project Manager position will be part of the M&A Integration team. In addition to participating in integration projects, the scope of the role could also include cross functional process improvement initiatives.