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IMAC Project Manager

Technologie de l'information

Ordinateur et Logiciels

30 jours | New York, New York, United States | Fivesky

IMAC Project Manager

30 jours | New York, New York, United States | Fivesky

Fivesky

Date de début :mars 21

Appliquer avant :avril 21 2021

Industrie : Technologie de l'information, Ordinateur et Logiciels, ,

Type :Temps plein

Niveau d'ancienneté : 1-2 ans

Description du poste

Do you thrive when juggling several projects at once? Do you have experience with office moves involving end user relocation or desktop/workstation moves? Do you want to work for a highly skilled team of engineers in a global state-of-the-art environment? Then you could be Fivesky’s next IMAC Project Manager in NYC.

What you'll do:.

  • Develop and lead change management tracking and coordination efforts with technology Project Management teams
  • Verify and confirm all move schedule data is accurate, consistent and complete
  • Identify voids in technology fulfillment where demand is over or under registered
  • Communicate challenges, risks, concerns to stakeholders
  • Interact with the internal teams to ensure schedule alignment between build and deployment schedules
  • Collaborate with the cross functional teams to ensure master schedule aligns to the technology deployment schedules
  • Support the management of central processes to track deployments using tools and dashboards i.e. Power BI and internal tools
  • Coordinate and plan funding, capacity and management and deployment of technology to users
  • Share required weekly, monthly, and quarterly reporting as needed to facilitate the necessary communication to ensure alignment between various teams

What You Should Have Done

  • 5+ years of end user technology move management experience in large, complex technology, corporate environments
  • Knowledge of technology integration with office construction and new technology rollouts involving desktops/workstations and end user teams
  • Strong Excel skills – able to analyze and manipulate large sets of data to inform stakeholders including shortcuts and formula functions, building charts and graphs, sorting and filtering data, utilizing pivot tables, macros

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