The Project Manager plans, directs, and coordinates client-facing projects for CommerceHub's Professional Services team. You will work primarily at CommerceHub offices in Albany, NY with some out-of-town travel required for onsite client visits. 

This individual will also assist both our Sales and Professional Services teams in the evaluation of potential opportunities, conduct hands-on configuration and use of CommerceHub solutions, participate in program onboarding of new retailers, sellers and suppliers and participation with cross functional teams to ensure project success.

  • Specific Duties

    The Project Manager is responsible for:

    • Leading a team of CommerceHub professionals to complete client-specific projects, including the integration of new partners into the CommerceHub network.
    • Performing business analysis and technical analysis, using a structured process to accurately and efficiently:
      • Discover project requirements.
      • Develop task plans.
      • Identify technical issues and resolutions.
      • Coordinate implementation.
      • Develop a rollout strategy.
      • Define and enforce project schedule and budget.
    • Acting as the primary point of contact between CommerceHub and clients for Professional Services projects.
    • Interacting extensively with CommerceHub's Sales team, Account Managers, and technical staff to serve the client's needs.
    • Using defined processes and steps to manage all aspects of client integration and enhancement projects, as follows:
      • Initiate project and notify the appropriate team members of the new request.
      • Develop formal documentation for the request, detailing goals, requirements, deliverables, project activities, and sample storyboards for the web interface.
      • Gather estimates and timelines from all teams to reserve resources and establish release timing.
      • Set up and coordinate onsite requirements-gathering sessions, as applicable.
      • Establish project meetings to ensure team members understand requirements and provide an open forum for Q&A and any status/timeline discussions.
      • Monitor activities of project personnel (including status reports) and modify schedules and plans as needed to ensure project progresses on schedule and within budget.
      • Provide visibility into project status and related issues (including project status reports) to management, clients, and other interested parties.
      • Confer with project personnel to resolve questions or issues.
      • Coordinate, document, and respond to change requests.
      • Review project deliverables at key points to ensure they meet requirements.
    • Ensure on-time and on-budget project execution; the PM is responsible for quality, content, and timely delivery of project deliverables.
    • Support and coordinate any partner testing between client(s) and internal teams.
    • Review application changes in production post release.
  • Technical Integration Quality Assurance:
    • Create, execute, and maintain test plans, cases, and scripts for assigned areas.
    • Generate detailed analysis and defect reports.
    • Communicate effectively with clients, project managers and engineers to resolve client data integrity defects and JavaScript tracking code implementation issues.
    • Assist in the continuing efforts of data quality standards and technical integration best practices.
  • Operational Reporting and Monitoring:
    • Maintain and develop daily reporting for CommerceHub client service teams on various data quality aspects of systems operations, usage and consumption.
    • Monitor ongoing client compliance of data service standards and requirements, which include, but not limited to: best practices, benchmarks, vocabularies, data models, ontologies, schemas, rules, and targets.
  • Efficiently complete end to end testing of client integration during the onboarding process.
  • Identify potential risk of client integration.
  • Understanding of channel and category data quality requirements.
  • Experience developing and executing test cases and test plans.
  • Analyzing client data, recommending improvements to the client’s use of CommerceHub solutions, and documenting requirements, processes and workflows required to exceed customer expectations.

Required Skills: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field, Master’s degree preferred.
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification preferred.
  • 3+ years of professional experience, at least 1 in ecommerce marketplace selling preferred.
  • 1-3 years of progressively complex experience as a QA, data quality analysis or equivalent role.
  • Ability to think critically and bridge technological solutions with business problems.
  • Excellent client management skills (Prompt, Comprehensive and Professional).
  • Strong organizational skills with ability to participate in and facilitate cross-functional teamwork and deliver outcomes.
  • An engaging personality that brings passion while maintaining an uncompromising level of professionalism.
  • An ambitious, and self-motivated team player who has vision and demonstrates strong leadership.
  • Specific knowledge regarding ecommerce, order fulfillment, logistics, supplier management, and consumer product preferred.
  • Superior oral and written communication skills.
  • Results-driven, process-oriented, self-starter that can successfully work on multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of relational databases and data analysis (Proficiency in SQL preferred).
  • Experience interpreting structured data formats (XML, JSON, EDI, etc.).
  • Experience scripting using .Net regular expressions a plus.

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