Technical PM

Company Name:
adaQuest, Inc.
Technical PM - Contract position
Skills required:
Strengths in strategic planning, departmental management, group motivation, imagination, diplomacy.
Risk-analysis, management, estimation, planning, and decision-analysis. Presentation, communication, and negotiation.
Leadership and team-building abilities.
Strong interpersonal skills.
Thorough understanding and experience with application of project-management knowledge.
Experience with any of the following tools is desirable: MS Project Server, @Task, CA Clarity, Mercury Governance Suite, PowerSteering, Primavera, ProSight.
3-5 years of experience
Ensures that processes are in place to drive and track tradeoff conversations related to the time, cost, and scope internal to and across projects to maximize overall business client satisfaction.
Manages staff and contract project managers in a direct or dotted-line capacity.
Formulates negotiating strategies with outside contractors, in alignment with sourcing policies. Develops and monitors processes to ensure appropriate planning, risk-management, and execution relative to project costs and benefits.
Troubleshoots strategic at-risk projects Delegates day-to-day project management activities to project managers.
Applies hands-on expertise for high-risk or off-track projects.
Ensures the development of consistent, concise, periodic project-status reports for management and others affect by the projects.
Who we are?
There is no question that our people are what make adaQuest Inc. unique. Since 2001, we've gathered the best and the brightest from all corners of the world, who choose to work with us and our mission of solving business issues through people and processes. Whether it is placing a single PM on a project or taking over the IT transition for a global merger, adaQuest Inc. offers customized solutions to business needs through a combination of people, tools and processes.
Date: 2014-04-14
Country: US
State: WA
City: Renton
Postal Code: 98057
Category: Information Technology
Job Type: Contract

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