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Project Manager 8/19/2016

INT Technologies Charlotte, NC

Company
INT Technologies
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
28481391
AJE Ref #
575935640
Location
Charlotte, NC
Job Type
Regular

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Must be in Charlotte. Responsible for leading project teams and managing all activities in a project life-cycle (initiation planning, executing/controlling, and closing) associated with high visibility projects that are long-term, across one or more lines of business and carry a substantial impact to the relevant businesses. Interacts with senior leadership and major stakeholders to establish strategic plans and objectives for programs or projects. Consults with business partners to clarify and define complex project requirements, budgets and business cases, including statements of work. Creates and delivers presentations on program or project goals and plans, including progress reports. Responsible for end-to-end program or project management, demonstrating ownership of the entire process from beginning to end. Develops and implements program and project level processes, procedures and performance metrics. May be responsible for sourcing, negotiating and managing outside vendors. Typically manages a family or series of projects associated with a specific business strategy to obtain benefits and controls. Ensures program/project-related risks are managed according to the Project Management Policy. Leads project staff, including training and providing input to performance evaluations. May require less than 25% travel.

Minimum Qualifications:

10+ years project management experience

7+ years experience in Technology and Operations 5+ years experience leading complex application development projects

4+ years leadership experience

3+ years experience with Agile/Waterfall project methodologies

3+ years direct responsibility for project financials

PreferredExperience:

Background in Data Management/Sourcing Initiatives

Previous Market RiskExperience Knowledge of Regulatory practices and operating models