Full-Time Sr. Partner Marketing Manager (financial partners) – Phulabani
The Program Manager works closely with business partners, team members, and other IT units to ensure the timely and effective completion of all projects and programs. This person will be responsible for the whole lifecycle of a single or several concurrent projects, as well as big programs comprised of multiple projects. The Program Manager’s responsibilities as a member of the Governance Team include, but are not limited to, overseeing the work of project managers, developing and monitoring program-wide schedules, keeping tabs on dependencies between projects, reporting on the program’s progress, and identifying and mitigating risks and issues at the enterprise level. The Program Manager’s responsibilities extend beyond mere program management to include process leadership, assistance with project structure, guidance with the implementation of PM software, and the direction of process improvement efforts. The Program Manager’s other role is to act as a mentor to the many project managers under their supervision.
Job Title : Sr. Partner Marketing Manager (financial partners)
Location : Phulabani, Odisha, India
Salary : $ 33.75 per hour.
Company : West Monroe
Job Type : Full-Time
- Maintain strong customer focus while coordinating and collaborating with stakeholders, vendors and IT resources in implementation of key projects using effective verbal and written communication.
- Successful outcomes can be achieved in areas like scope, timetable, costs/budget, issues/risks, and resources through the application of negotiation skills, influence, and imagination.
- Budget the program, take on many tasks, mediate conflicts, and keep an eye on progress.
- Provide project managers with leadership, develop a positive team atmosphere, and provide direction in confusing situations.
- Be a resource to project managers in developing upfront estimates of time and resource utilization through organized discovery with stakeholders, IT resources and vendors.
- It’s important to keep in mind the bigger picture while bringing risks and challenges up to the program or portfolio level, and to exercise caution when doing so.
- Manage the program budget process and work with managers, project managers, and vendors to optimize project resources.
- Arbitrate and settle disputes within the program as needed. Know the proper escalation routes and techniques.
- Communicate and collaborate with vendors, IT departments, and project managers.
- Take charge of a number of separate initiatives that you need to keep track of at once but which aren’t directly related to one another.
- An undergraduate degree, ideally in Information Systems, Computer Science, or a similar field.
- Rapid learning and adaption; actively seeking new information when needed.
- Minimum of 12 years’ experience leading IT projects, with emphasis on managing large-scale initiatives from start to finish.
- Skills in active listening, problem solving, and communicating clearly with technical and business users, both orally and in writing.
- Capable of managing projects and software development life cycles utilizing either the Agile or Waterfall methodologies.