Job description: IT project manager
If your company looking to overhaul its operating system or looking to upgrade in-house communications and human resources functions, your business needs an IT project manager. The skills of a project manager (planning, monitoring progress, coaching, appraising job performance and establishing bench- marks) are both unique and highly sought after. Industry IT leaders ranked project managers second in a list of the most critical roles for enabling a company’s success, according to TEKsystems’ Annual IT Forecast for 2015. That placement that is unchanged from the 2014 survey, despite shifts in the priorities for a number of other positions. It is clear from the results that the project manager’s dual role as a manager and a “doer” make those able to fill the job highly valuable to an organization.
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