Primary job role
The primary role of the Project Manager is to manage ERP implementation and consulting services provided by Fortude. Responsibilities would also include managing cross-functional teams, scope management, developing the detailed project schedule, and ensuring all tasks are completed as per the schedule. He or she will have primary ownership of the project deliverables assigned to the project team and will provide day-to-day direction to the project team. He or she will be responsible for communicating the project status to the stakeholders and successfully delivering the project in accordance with the prescribed methodology.
Main duties and responsibilities
- Guide all phases of the project lifecycle
- Communicate changes to appropriate parties
- Track progress towards achievement of project goals
- Proactively report progress and issues
- Allocate resources where necessary to implement solutions and to resolve problems
- Coordinate with different teams
- Assist in defining project scope and objectives
- Coordinate with resource planning to schedule and allocate resources
- Develop detailed project plans and work schedules for individual consultants and development resources
- Monitor project activities and identify any open issues/risks in each of the phases proactively
- Provide methodology guidance and tailoring for the implementation approach
- Assist project team in understanding the implementation approach
- Defining project deliverables and critical target milestone dates
- Update the project plan & quality plan to adhere to specified deliverables
- Provide periodic status updates to stakeholders
- Maintain the issue list and prioritize issue resolution
- Assist consultants and individual teams in executing activities and producing deliverables
- Establish and monitor compliance with standards for documentation, data, and training
- Monitor and schedule phase activities
- Drive the cutover plan
- 7 years industry experience with 4 years working in a project manager capacity
- Budget planning
- Corporate procedures and tools
- Corporate procedures and tools
- Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent qualification
- PMP certification
- Teamwork and collaboration
- Results and execution orientation
- Client orientation
- Analytical ability
- Decision making
This job description is not intended, and should not be constructed, to be an all-inclusive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions as associated with a job. While this job description intended to an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties from particular jobs and to assign other duties as necessary.
During the time, there is no one in the position above the particular job, the person will be responsible for playing a stretch role and conducting the duties that specific position.
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