Your demonstrated experience as a Solution Delivery Leader or Engagement Manager, working at the enterprise level to deliver multiple moderate to complex solutions, will enable you to successfully drive the delivery team and monitor project quality, risk and performance for all p44 implementations. You will be responsible for managing the end to end delivery of the projects, ensure that the project remains on time, within budget and meets the customer expectation. 

Because you already have experience integrating implementing Enterprise software systems and are proficient with SaaS or ERP or supply chain management (SCM) systems, you will be able to start performing on day one. Your love for multi-tasking will prove useful as you will be responsible for proactively managing customer relationships, project plans and leading the implementations for multiple projects at a time. Successful EM’s at p44 have the ability to sense risk and are able to proactively manage it prior to failure. 

 Desired Skills and Experience 

  • Overall 5+ years of experience; with at-least 3+ years as a program/project manager at a big four consulting firm or at an enterprise SaaS company 
  • In-depth knowledge and experience implementing Enterprise software applications such as ERP, CRM or SCM 
  • Strong client service and/or management consulting experience 
  • Ability to manage financial metrics and enable pre-sales activities to support account expansion plans 
  • Manage a number of engagements concurrently, potentially between 3 – 5 clients 
  • Successful candidates must have strong communication and problem solving skills, customer focus and results orientation 
  • Executive presence. Comfort with ambiguity and C-level communication 
  • In depth technical knowledge and solutions of scalable Enterprise web applications (CRM, CPQ, ERP, GL) 
  • Ability to effectively interface with internal product and engineering resources to communicate customer impact / drive change 
  • Proven ability to present technical solutions effectively to diverse stakeholder groups and to engage effectively with senior executives of large enterprises on both technical and business topics 
  • Have developed domain industry or business process skills 
  • Lead teams of architects, consultants, and developers including 3rd party 
  • Able to effectively manage scope change and implementation of multi-year/multi-phased project or program 
  • Drives adoption through achieving business goals and innovation
  • SaaS based software implementation 
  • Knowledge of supply chain architecture, REST APIs, XML, etc. are a big plus 
  • Experience working with a cross-functional and geographically dispersed team and customer base with travel up to 30% of the time (including possible international travel) 
  • Experience with Slack, Smartsheet, other cloud project management / collaboration tools is a plus. 

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