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IT Project Manager needed in the Boston area

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PostPosted: Wed May 10, 2006 4:56 am    Post subject: IT Project Manager needed in the Boston area Reply with quote

I am a search consultant with a software client just west of Boston that is seeking an ITIL Project Manager for their growing organization. There are growth opportunities and significant upside to this position. The position requires either US Permanent residency or Citizenship. Boston area candidates are preferred, but a modest relocation package could be offered to an out of state candidate. Salary range is approximately $70-90K DOE +bonus and strong benefits. I have pasted a brief job description below. Feel free to contact me with any questions.
David Abrams
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Have the best of both worlds working for small rapidly growing software firm, which benefits from being independent subsidiary of $1Billion dollar organization. Have the agility of a small firm with the resources and security of a large organization behind you.

We are looking for a Project Manager who will oversee pre-sale implementation of proposals, planning and post sale delivery. You will work with both professional service and sales organizations as you manage the implementation, schedule, customer satisfaction and delivery of products.

Assist in pre-sales; Promote/describe standard implementation plans. Develop custom implementation plans to address specific customer requirements or budget.
Provide post-sales project management
Determine project scope and budget
Plan and participate in discovery workshops to determine user and technical requirements
Manage project implementation (project planning, organize status meetings and/or generate status reports, etc.)
Ensure successful project delivery through management of project scope and budget

Candidates should have background dealing with clients in a pre-sales situation.
Ability to travel to clients (10-40%) will be required
A background in IT and project management as well as knowledge of ITIL is required.
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