Holding overall responsibility for cost, schedule and contractual deliverables, the Project Manager will have expert knowledge across Software PM methodologies and will quickly learn and adhere to Revionics’ fast paced implementation methodology. These individuals are required to manage the efforts of Revionics’ associates, and interact with client and third-party personnel to provide an integrated solution that drives maximum value. To be successful; retail project management, software implementation, and fluency in Portuguese and/or Spanish are essential

Responsibilities include:

  • Full project lifecycle management of multiple projects simultaneously.  Provide leadership and set direction for successful implementation of the project and for all deliverables that have been mutually agreed with the client
  • Follow Revionics’ project management methodology in managing: 

Schedule: Create, manage and execute project plans, and manage and report on milestones

Scope: Manage scope, and when required, execute the change management process which will included creating change requests, estimates and seeking appropriate approvals and budget

Budget: Planning, managing weekly burn and reporting

Issues: Manage issues and risk including formulating mitigation plans, driving towards resolution and escalating up when required

Resources: Create a team environment and act as point person to both internal management and client/external leadership for the overall project team 

  • Establish clear communication plans and organize status meetings and reporting such that the internal, client teams and all key stakeholders and executives are fully informed of the project activities
  • Approve time tracking and billing of Revionics resources on projects
  • Work closely with the Revionics Account Management and Client Engagement teams on the overall success of the project, client satisfaction, adoption and value realization

Requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in any discipline
  • A minimum of 8 years’ experience in project management, out of which at least 4 years must be in the Retail industry managing retail software projects
  • Fluent in both English and Spanish and/or Portuguese (required) – and able to communicate technical and business concepts
  • Must have strong project management background and demonstrated experience managing and implementing multiple projects concurrently
  • Demonstrated ability to interact and manage projects that includes 3rd party vendors
  • Demonstrated experience managing Tier 1 and 2 retailer projects
  • Candidates will also have proven computer skills with Microsoft tools such as Outlook, MS Office Suite – including PowerPoint, Visio and Project.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with experience working directly with both business and technical stakeholders
  • Strong, confident presentation skills; ability to deliver engaging, well-organized presentations and facilitate discussions
  • Ability to multi-task between concurrent assignments and to work in a fast paced organization

 

Preferred Candidate Attributes:

  • PMP certification from PMI or equivalent
  • Experience with project management systems such as Netsuite Open Air
  • Knowledge in the areas of pricing, promotions, markdown or in such related areas

Experience:  Retail and software project implementation

 

 

 

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