IT Project Manager (454-912)
You just might be an IT Project Manager if…
- You sat with the smart kids at lunch in high school.
- You’re always keeping up with the latest and greatest technology out there
- You’ve used some sort of scrum board in your personal life.
- You’ve attended CES at least once in the last five years.
- You have a scheme for organizing your inbox, and have convinced someone else to try it.
- You’ve gotten in trouble for being too honest.
- Your phone is filled with pictures of whiteboards.
As an IT project manager, you’ll be an integral part of the Information Technology team, where you will provide a key leadership role in helping the team stay focused on short and long term projects such as
- Planning, building and deploying new global offices
- Upgrading and migrating to new telecommunication systems in 2017
- Working with other departments (e.g. Engineering) in addressing the ever growing virtualized infrastructure
- Working across the company to help select, build and deploy a new CRM and ERP System.
- 4 – 6 years as an IT Project manager supporting IT Services programs.
- Technically savvy in the IT domain, along with technical writing experience.
- Business case development experience and Earned Value Management experience
- Experience with Enterprise-level Information Technology (IT) Service Desk/ Desk Side Support, Engineering, Application Development, Integration, Testing, Asset Management, Risk Management, SDLC, Business Processes Methods, and Change Management experience supporting between 3,00 and 1,000 users in a highly visible and dynamic environment
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the demonstrated ability to communicate to all levels of management and users
- Experience in implementing Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) v3, or higher, based IT practices and processes
- PMP Certification / ITIL v3 Certification is a plus
- A mix of hard and soft skills: an instinct for recognizing and resolving technical issues, but also an innate desire to bring order to chaos, and a knack for working with people across all departments
If you think you are good match for this role and the Bluebeam team, please send the following:
- Your resume
- A cover letter that reflects your personality and addresses specifically why you are a fit for Bluebeam and this role (and don’t send us a generic one!)
Learn more about Bluebeam here: http://careers.bluebeam.com/.
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