Project Manager III

Company Name:
Diamond Employment Solution
The Project Manager III is responsible for managing, without the need for significant direction, predominantly Category 0 and 1 projects within the business unit in accordance with new product introduction management process requirements. Additionally, in accordance with PMI standards, is responsible for managing all aspects of a project over the entire life of the project as shown by the following Project Phases: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling, and Closing.
The project manager will be involved with the project from sourcing through post launch, GDPIM Gates 1-8. The project manager is responsible to support / manage acquisition activities during GDPIM 1 and 2 (pre-award) phases on a case-by-case basis as agreed with program management director and/or sales management lead. The project manager is responsible to manage the customer interface from GDPIM Phases 3-8 (award through post launch). The project manager is responsible to interface with all areas affected by the project, ensuring successful integration of all project work products.
The project manager is responsible for driving relevant project and project status communications among stakeholders (customer, supplier, project team, functional & divisional management). The project manager is responsible for monitoring progress of projects through internal reviews, participation in team meetings, and assist where needed to resolve impasses by resolving elevated issues internally and with the customer, ensuring barriers that could impede program progress are removed. The primary scope involves high risk/complexity, new or future business awards and program launches, but also includes existing programs that have major changes.
Qualifications:
Bachelors degree in project management, engineering or related technical field required.
MBA preferred, although additional business management education/experience will be considered.
At least two years Project Management experience
At least 6 years industry experience

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