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Senior Project Manager

The Senior Project Manager is responsible for managing projects across the company. The Senior Project Manager is accountable for leading others who manage multiple concurrent complex projects and efforts end-to-end with respect to costs, analysis, design, development, testing, documentation, and implementation of customer applications. The Senior Project Manager reports to the Chief Product Officer.

Essential Functions

  • Lead the planning and efforts of companywide projects and the PM resources
  • Facilitate the definition of project scope, goals and deliverables
  • Develop detailed project plans and coordinate resources associated to the efforts
  • Plan and schedule project timelines and sequence activities to meet delivery dates
  • Monitor and track project deliverables
  • Provide direction and support to project team and prioritize demands
  • Develop communication strategy with stakeholders and establish communication plan
  • Monitor and report on progress, problems, and solutions of the project to all stakeholders
  • Manage project risk through comprehensive mitigation assessment and planning techniques
  • Direct both internal and external resources within project guidelines and timelines
  • Organize team to coordinate cross-project initiatives and activities
  • Determine and assign modifications to project scope, deliverables, timelines and resources
  • Other duties as assigned by management

Education Required

  • BA/BS degree

Knowledge & Experience

  • 10+ years progressive experience in Project Management implementing software applications solutions
  • 5+ years of experience mentoring and leading others
  • PMI-PMP certification preferred
  • Possess high-level knowledge and proficiency in project management methodologies and tools, resource management practices, and change management techniques
  • Proven experience in strategic planning, risk management and change management
  • Proficient in project management software
  • Demonstrated advanced to expert level knowledge of MS Project or SmartSheet and MS Office
  • Knowledge of CMM and Six Sigma Methodologies and Standards, a plus
  • Experience with alternative lifecycle models; Agile, Scrum, XP, a plus

Personal Attributes

  • Ability to lead and motivate others
  • Excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Tremendous planning and organizational skills
  • Outstanding written, oral and presentation communication skills
  • Ability to make decisions and negotiate
  • Self-motivated
  • Detail oriented
  • Easily adjusts to changes in a fast-paced environment
  • Adept stress tolerance and conflict management

Physical Demands

  • Must be able to sit at a desk 80 percent of the time
  • Must be able to occasionally move about inside the office to access file cabinets
  • Must be able to operate a computer and other office products (i.e. a computer printer)
  • Must be able to frequently communicate via telephone

Clarity is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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