Project Manager

Esri   •  

Redlands, CA

Industry: Technology

  •  

5 - 7 years

Posted 160 days ago

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RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Drive the completion of a range of projects within the Marketing Division by managing project plans, project scope, and resource allocation
  • Foster cross-functional collaboration and build project consensus
  • Work with product owners and others to understand the scope, user stories, backlog, timing, dependencies, barriers/risks, and resources
  • Manage project kickoff, requirement gathering, and regular status meetings using the agile/scrum process
  • Guide project teams on mitigating risks and propose backup plans for areas of high risk
  • Form strong working relationships within marketing teams and across the organization to launch projects on scope and schedule
  • Maintain a project backlog, including prioritization and time frame estimation, and communicate these matters to the appropriate individuals and stakeholders
  • Use and continually develop leadership skills

REQUIREMENTS

  • 5+ years of related work experience in project management to include release management and change control
  • Excellent leadership, communication, and teamwork skills with a demonstrated ability to work independently, communicate efficiently, and set priorities and expectations
  • Experience with process improvement
  • Experience with a variety of software project management methodologies such as Agile, Lean, Kanban
  • Superior attention to detail and results oriented; demonstrated track record of proactively establishing and following through on commitments
  • Advanced time management and analytical skills
  • Strong working knowledge of web based project and task management tools
  • Bachelor’s in business, computer science, or related field, or equivalent relevant work experience

RECOMMENDED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience in Agile methodology tools for tracking user stories, sprints, velocity, and burndown
  • Experience in Adobe Experience Manager Solutions and Workfront