Senior Project Manager - Implementation
Posted on: 28 December 2011
|Category||Risk Management - Permanent|
|Close Date||31 December 2012|
|We are looking for an Implementation Project Manager, to work out of our NYC office. You will manage software implementation projects for clients in the Energy and Commodities Trading and Risk Management sectors. This position does require a minimum of 50% travel, domestically and/or internationally.
You will manage software implementation projects for clients in the Energy and Commodities Trading and Risk Management sectors. The Project Manager is responsible for successful project oversight and delivery including coordinating the work of project team members, ensuring project profitability, on-time project delivery, and the quality of all deliverables produced. Act as the primary client interface and ensure consistent client satisfaction. You will manage the project from kick-off through final delivery by directing all tasks, activities and workflow of the project team Manage estimation process for new implementations and enhancements. Perform requirements analysis and gather business system and functional requirements. You will be responsible for anything relating to resource management on the project.
You will provide all project stakeholders with a clear vision of the engagement status relative to project progress, resources, scope, budget, and issues on a weekly basis. The PM will be in constant communication with the client and OpenLink management. You will discuss any project related issues with the client and management team. You will manage client expectations and communicate client responsibilities, including resource needs, deadlines, scope and UAT. The Project Manager will also be responsible for some sales opportunities. You will seek-out project up-sell opportunities and coordinate project proposal development. You will help to improve upon client relationships, and become an expert in the energy industry. You will help solve problems, improve production or work flow, and take action without being asked by others. It will also be your responsibility to be aware of any industry and technology changes that may affect OpenLink's skill set or processes used in the workplace.