IMPRES Technology Solutions has an immediate need for a Project Manager to join our team (100% Telework). The position is a full-time position, offering competitive compensation, requiring experience managing multiple service engagements in support of our Federal customers.
The Project Manager will report to the Director of Professional services and will be responsible to provide Program Management and lifecycle support for enterprise service delivery and solutions, including problem resolution and solutions management that begins with the initial customer touchpoint for service and concludes with the successful resolution of IT Incidents and Work Orders including analysis, statuses, and reporting.
- Responsible for managing project(s) and related task orders for customer(s).
- Conducts cost management through continual cost control and review.
- Has business development and budgetary responsibilities.
- Provides expertise to customers to ensure resolution of issues.
- Experience managing Government IDIQ, CPFF, and FFP based programs.
- Develop Project/Change Management/Transition plan(s) for projects with minimal supervision when required
- Provide project updates on a consistent basis to various stakeholders about strategy, adjustments, and progress
- Acquire follow-on business associated with areas of responsibility and supports new business development by leading major proposals personally, or through subordinate program/project managers.
- Interface with Subject Matter Experts to identify policy, process, procedural and technology questions
- 5-7 years’ experience in managing projects in the Federal space.
- PMP certification highly preferred.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Understanding of or experience with Agile software development methodology
- Ability to interact with all levels of personnel within the organization
- Ability to manage time effectively and complete assignments within designated time frames
- Ability to effectively articulate matters with high degree of complexity through verbal and written communications