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Project Manager
Ref No.: 18-17144
Location: Washington, District of Columbia

Title: Project Manager

Location: Washington, DC 
Position Type: Full Time
·         Three (3) years of Information Technology (IT) experience in Adobe. HTML and SQL experience desired.
·         One year (1) of experience in program or project management
·         PMP Certification or FAITAS (F-P/PM, Level II or higher) or an equivalent certification
A Junior-Intermediate Project Manager is needed to manage a small team designing forms in both Adobe and Cerenade that will be used by a government client on a national and sometimes international level. The PM must have strong project management skills, solid teamwork and interpersonal skills as well as possess the ability to work well on cross-functional project teams. Experience with e-forms, helpdesk, and the SDLV preferred.
Project Manager Responsibilities Include:
·         Overall project governance and direction, and implementing course corrections as needed.  Duties shall focus on project monitoring, control, team integration, change integration, and corrective action as needed. The position shall ensure the application of PMI SDLC and client standards in managing the project.
·         Manage the creation of any and all written deliverables for the project and review and oversee updates to existing documents; 
·         Formulating and defining project scope and objectives; 
·         Creating project schedules identifying all tasks required for small, medium and large testing events;
·         Leading projects by establishing and supporting project goals, tasks and priorities or regularly coaching other project personnel to ensure forms are developed in a way that complies with architectural standards for the client and established methodologies and practices; 
·         Contributing to implementation and ongoing improvement of department's deployment process, and offering opinions on readiness of projects to move on to the next stages;
·         Devising or modifying procedures to solve problems considering computer equipment capacity and limitations, operating time, and form of desired results;
·         Collecting and analyzing business requirements for large projects; 
·         Performing feasibility studies and translating requirements into an appropriate design; 
·         Identifying conflicting business practices and integration issues, and suggesting alternative solutions;
·          Establishing programming standards for CBP and program documentation requirements, as well as instructing, directing, and inspecting the work of other programming colleagues;
·         Identifying causes and implementing solutions to business problems in a multifunctional project;
·         Assessing and communicating issues of technology impact on the business.