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Project Manager - SDLC, Data, Agile, Waterfall, MS Project, Visio, Deliverables

Job Description: Seeking a IT Project Manager for the following role - Description: Work with the Data Warehouse team to deliver the current data projects. Knowledge of Agile and Waterfall projects. Understanding of full development life cycle and deliverables is required. Data projects experience is preferred. Ability to see the big picture, think on your feet and identify possible alternatives is crucial. Can work in MS Office including MS Project, PowerPoint, Excel, and Visio. Not looking for someone who just can build and track a project plan. Must be able to understand what is going on within the project. Services to be Performed: Monitor and track project plan and deliverables. Lead an Agile development team through the definition, design, development and test phases of the Data SDLC processes. Required Skills: MS PROJECT; VISIO; DELIVERABLES; DATA; AGILE; WATERFALL; SDLC. Don't hesitate! Submit your resume today. SMCI is an EEO employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, genetic information, marital status, military, and veteran status. Members of minority groups, Vietnam Era Veterans and individuals with mental or physical disabilities are encouraged to contact us regarding employment opportunities. In addition, in order to support the provision of business to minority-owned and Women-owned businesses (MWBE), such MWBE are encouraged to contact us regarding subcontracting business opportunities with our firm. (No third parties, please) (H1 sponsorship currently unavailable) (Local candidates only, please)

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