AT&T Govt Sr Spec Proj Mgt Non Tech in Dallas, Texas
The Project Manager has primary responsibility of addressing all aspects of the project plan, as part of a major federal contract. The Project Manager will be responsible for directing the AT&T project team and working closely with the Transition Manager to ensure seamless delivery of contractual commitments to the customer. This will include managing deliverables and coordinating project meetings with the federal agency project sponsor(s), and appropriate team members.
Key Roles and Responsibilities:
Listed below are high-level responsibilities of the Project Manager:
Overall responsibility for the project
Provide a single point of contact for project
Work in close collaboration with the Transition Manager and with AT&T Client Executives
Acquisition of appropriate resources to meet commitments and expectations
Overall project specific project plan and transition plan development
Tracking and providing status on all tasks and escalations as needed
Apply appropriate quality control efforts to all phases of the project
Oversee change management in project scope, design, and other project specific areas
Communicate project progress to all stakeholders and give executive briefings where appropriate.
Delkeiver all cuwstomer reports as contractually required, including SLA reports
Education: Requires a Bachelors Degree with emphasis in Business, Engineering, or equivalent experience. PMP preferred.
Experience: Requires a minimum of two years Project Management experience.
Principal Functional Skills / Competencies associated with this Title:
Client Services Project Management
Contracts Administration Management
Products and Services
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