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Global Project Consulting Group, LLC. is working on acquiring a multimillion-dollar project. As soon as the contract is signed, we will post the detail on our website. The project is complex; it involves diverse stakeholders across multiple geographic jurisdictions or frontiers. We are seeking the following project management and information technology practitioners to begin the planning phase of the project. Interested and qualified candidates may apply. 

The staffing requirements of the project include the following: 

Project Manager (senior)

Responsible for planning, creating, and managing all work activities, variances, tracking, reporting, communication, teaming, and internal coordination with functional managers. He /she oversees all projects, reviews plan that junior team members submit for approval, recruits selects, trains assigns, schedules, monitors, appraises, reviews job contributions, enforces policies and procedures.

He or she may also develop budgets, supervises staffing, process improvement, project estimates, amongst a host of others responsibilities. The manager may also identify risks early in your project, communicate about risks and engage stakeholders, understand that threats can also be opportunities, clarify ownership issues by assigning responsibility, prioritize risks on the basis of weight, analyze risks both qualitatively and quantitatively, plan and implement risk responses, register and track risks throughout the project.

Analyze data to identify trends or relationships among variables. Prepare analytical reports, develop detailed project plans. Assign duties or work schedules to employees. Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work — Developing specific goals and plans to prioritize, organize, and accomplish your work.

Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates — providing information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person. Scheduling Work and Activities — Scheduling events, programs, and activities, as well as the work of others. Coordinating the Work and Activities of Others — getting members of a group to work together to accomplish tasks. 

The technology used in this occupation: Enterprise resource planning ERP software — Clarity Systems IBM Clarity; Collaborative application lifecycle management ALM software; Project.net, Vitria M3O Operational Intelligence. Database user interface and query software — IBM DB2; Microsoft Access; QSM SLIM Suite; Xplanner. Common business oriented language COBOL; CruiseControl;

SmartBear Software, and Automated Build Studio. Pattern design software — MatchWare MindView; Mind mapping software; MPI Micro Planner X-Pert; NovaMind Merlin Project Manager. Project management software — Atlassian JIRA; Microsoft Project; Wrike; Zoho Projects.

Project Manager II

Responsible for managing the police & military building construction. Works closely with the senior project manager, shares template, technologies, schedule formats, and planning, creating, and/or managing all work activities, variances, tracking, reporting, communication, performance evaluations, staffing, and internal coordination with functional managers. Identifies risks early in your project, communicate about risks and engage stakeholders, understand that threats can also be opportunities, clarify ownership issues by assigning responsibility, prioritize risks on the basis of weight, analyze risks both qualitatively and quantitatively, plan and implement risk responses, register and track risks throughout the project The technology used in this occupation: Project management software — Atlassian JIRA; Microsoft Project; Wrike; Zoho Projects.

Analytical or scientific software — Aptech Systems GAUSS software; SAS software; StataCorp Stata; Microsoft Visual Basic; Factiva; Standard & Poor’s Capital IQ Compustat; Standard & Poor’s Capital IQ software.

Project Manager III

Responsible for banking & office construction. He also works closely with the senior project manager and his counterpart to share template, technologies, schedule formats, plan, create, and manage all work activities, variances, tracking, reporting, communication, performance evaluations, staffing, and internal coordination with functional managers. He/she makes risk management a focal point in project planning from start to finish. He will identify risks early in your project, communicate about risks and engage stakeholders, understand that threats can also be opportunities, clarify ownership issues by assigning responsibility, prioritize risks on the basis of weight, analyze risks both qualitatively and quantitatively, plan and implement risk responses, register and track risks throughout the project.

The technology used in this occupation: Project management software — Atlassian JIRA; Microsoft Project; Wrike; Zoho Projects. Analytical or scientific software — Aptech Systems GAUSS software; SAS software; StataCorp Stata; Microsoft Visual Basic; Factiva; Standard & Poor’s Capital IQ Compustat; Standard & Poor’s Capital IQ software

Portfolio Management

Responsible for identifying the right business value and invests in project portfolio that maximizes profitability, apply strategic approaches and metrics to measure NPV (Net present value), ECV (expected financial value), ROI (return on investment), EV (earn value) or payback period; make sure projects receive the support and oversight needed to be completed successfully; allocate resources to projects based on values that they add to organization; correct performance problems and risks before they become showstoppers; ensure business sustains its competitive edge on a continuous basis; provides companies the tools and supports that they need to use resources both human and materials efficiently and effectively.

The technology used in this occupation: Analytical or scientific software — Risk analysis software; SAS software; Statistical analysis software See more occupations related to this technology. Database user interface and query software — Microsoft Access; Structured query language SQL. Electronic mail software — Microsoft Outlook Financial analysis software — Portfolio analysis software; SunGard

Financial Systems AddVantage. Spreadsheet software — Microsoft Excel. Economics and Accounting — Knowledge of economic and accounting principles and practices, the financial markets, banking and the analysis and reporting of financial data.

Risk Manager

Responsible for documents, and communicating key risks. Identifies risks early in your project, communicates about risks and engage stakeholders, understands that threats can also be opportunities, clarifies ownership issues by assigning responsibility, prioritize risks on the basis of weight, analyze risks both qualitatively and quantitatively, plans and implements risk responses, registers, and tracks risks throughout the project. He or she also maintains input or data quality of risk management systems; recommends ways to control or reduce risk; identify key risks and mitigating factors of potential investments, such as asset types and values, legal and ownership structures, professional reputations, customer bases, or industry segments. Devise systems and processes to monitor the validity of risk modeling outputs.

The technology used in this occupation: Project management software — Microsoft Project; Microsoft Team Foundation Server. Analytical or scientific software — SAS software; The MathWorks MATLAB. Database user interface and query software — Microsoft Access; Microsoft SQL Server. Electronic mail software — Microsoft Outlook; Novell GroupWise; Enterprise resource planning ERP software — IBM Cognos ReportNet; Microsoft Business Intelligence BI; Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher; SAS Web Report Studio

Project Analyst

Assists the project managers and the team in analyzing and maintaining input or data quality of risk management systems, recommending ways to control or reduce risk. He is responsible for Identifying key risks and mitigating factors. He devises systems and processes to monitor the validity of risk modeling outputs, gathers risk-related data from internal or external resources. He will also identify and analyze areas of potential risk to the assets, earning capacity, or success of the project and develop or implement risk-assessment models or methodologies, produces reports or presentations that outline findings, explain risk positions, or recommend changes, plan, and contribute to the development of risk management systems.

Project Coordinator

Ensures that all aspects of the project stay on track, implement new technological or program management systems, report to a project manager or senior project manager, organize and coordinate meetings, check for information uncertainty and changes on short notice, maintain working relationship with internal business partners to ensure that project results are understood by the end users and business partners. The Project coordinator also develops and maintains technical project documentation and support user acceptance, testing and training.

Project Coordinator

Prepares training budget for department or organization, evaluate instructor performance and the effectiveness of training programs, providing recommendations for improvement, analyze training needs to develop new training programs or modify and improve existing programs, conduct or arrange for ongoing technical training and personal development classes for staff members. The training and development trainer will also plan, develop, and provide training and staff development programs, using knowledge of the effectiveness of methods such as classroom training, counseling, mentoring, seminars and workshops demonstrations, on-the-job, training, meetings, conferences, and workshops; confer with organizational members to accomplish work activities, evaluate program effectiveness, coordinate special events or programs.

Asset Management

Responsible for asset management that is focused strategically on maintenance and support cost reduction, all aspects of value optimization, efficient automated processes and improving controls of vendor relationships and billing. Provides asset tracking to help maintain the location and functionality of every device under your charge. Provide ongoing Help Desk support to enable end-users to troubleshoot and problem solves with their own devices. This service eliminates an overworked IT department, as well as empowers employees to get to know their devices and work toward individualized solutions. When an asset is reaching the end of its usability, she or he assess the need for disposal, determines if any asset can be repurposed or refreshed for an extended life or new purpose. 

Asset Management -Asset Disposal:  provides the secure destruction of proprietary information, as well as handles all warranty inquiries, repairs, and asset reconditioning or disposal.

Website Administrator

Responsible to design, create, and modify websites, maintains, troubleshoots, and performs site administrative activities. Analyzes user needs to implement website content, graphics, performance, and capacity. May integrate Web sites with other computer applications. May convert written, graphic, audio, and video components to compatible Web formats by using software designed to facilitate the creation of Web and multimedia content.

Quality Specialist Consultant

Responsible for assisting the Project Manager in creating quality control and assurance standards. Quality Control supervises daily activities with regard to quality assur­ance, creates audits and checks to ensure policies and procedures are being followed. He or she reviews over­all business statistics and deter­mine areas of improvements, educates employees on new policies and procedures to ensure understanding of the process. He or she also creates plans to improve upon existing standards and interacts with regulatory agencies to ensure compliance with standards, researches new trends and innovations in quality management and implements procedures for health and safety programs. The Quality Specialist is also responsible for maintaining quality control and assurance logs throughout the project. The Quality Specialist will be managed by the Project Manager who will also provide feedback to the functional manager for performance evaluations.

Required Qualifications: Knowledge of Quality Systems (ISO 9000) and Statistical Analysis Processes and tools, understanding of corrective action systems to issue, review, and approve corrective action requests and conduct follow-up on corrective actions, experience in resolving technical issues (ex. product, processes, systems) as a team member with engineering, supply chain, quality and suppliers, Proficient with Microsoft office suite software, BS in Engineering, Math or a Physical Science or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Technical Writer

Responsible for compiling all project documentation and reporting into organizational formats. Responsible for assisting the Project Manager in Configuration Management and revision control for all project documentation. Responsible for scribing duties during all project meetings and maintaining all project communication distribution lists. The Technical Writer will be managed by the Project Manager who will also provide feedback to the functional manager for performance evaluations.

Tools & Technology used in this occupation include: High capacity removable media drives, Liquid crystal display projector — Liquid crystal display LCD video projectors; MP3 players or recorders — MP3 players; Notebook computers — Laptop computers; Videoconferencing systems — Videoconferencing equipment; Computer based training software — Adobe Systems Adobe Captivate; Moodle; Saba, Centra; SyberWorks Training Center; Enterprise resource planning ERP software; Management Suite; Oracle PeopleSoft; Graphics or photo imaging software — Adobe Systems Adobe Fireworks; Adobe; Systems Adobe Illustrator; Adobe Systems Adobe Photoshop software Presentation; software — Adobe Systems Adobe Presenter; Magenta Multimedia Tools. 

Executive Assistant

Provides high-level administrative support by conducting research, prepares statistical reports, handles information requests, and performs clerical functions such as preparing correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, and scheduling meetings. May also train and supervise lower-level clerical staff. He/she also will prepare invoices, reports, memos, letters, financial statements and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet, database, or presentation software; answers phone calls and directs calls to appropriate parties or take messages; conduct research, compile data, and prepare papers for consideration and presentation by executives, committees and boards of directors; attend meetings to record minutes; greet visitors and determines whether they should be given access to specific individuals.

The technology used in this occupation: Microsoft Project, Visio, Microsoft Office suite 2010-2013; Accounting software — Intuit QuickBooks software; Micro Estimating FabPlan; Database software; Microsoft Access; RefWorks. Enterprise resource planning ERP software — Microsoft Great Plains software; MicroStrategy Report Services; PRONTO-Xi; SAP software; Transcription software.