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  • Project Manager

    Manage and minimize EIT's exposure and protecting EIT's interest In 2022, EIT joined Zollner, a market leader in the area of Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS). Understand and adhere to the procedure as defined in the EIT Planner's Guide and EIT ISO procedures Through our partnership, we're expanding in Virginia at our Headquarters in Leesburg and our Manufacturing facility in Danville. EIT has been serving customers in Aerospace, Communications, Defense, and Healthcare and has expanded into a company with several locations across the globe.
    $74k-108k yearly est.8d ago
  • Dialysis Program Manager

    In partnership with an interdisciplinary team, the Dialysis Program Manager will communicate and report patient concerns and changes with the clinical team, to include physicians, in a timely manner. The Dialysis Program Manager is independently responsible for directing, organizing, and developing the hospitals' hemodialysis program.
    $68k-104k yearly est.60d+ ago
  • Program Manager

    Advise the Program Manager and/or the COR of project status via reports, recommending improvements, and identifying and mitigating risks. Guidehouse offers a comprehensive, total rewards package that includes competitive compensation and a flexible benefits package that reflects our commitment to creating a diverse and supportive workplace.
    $70k-90k yearly est.4d ago
  • MIPPA Program Manager

    MIPPA Program Manager, Center for Benefits Access
    $72k-100k yearly est.5d ago
  • Data Protection Project Manager - Remote / Telecommute

    Serve as subject matter expert in helping to evaluate Data Protection/Encryption related security solutions, review and assist in reviewing, documenting, and maintaining processes to support the data protection program. Work with stakeholders across multiple teams in the implementation and ongoing activities related to data protection compliance. Assist with the development, deployment and support of data protection solutions and processes. Act as data protection evangelist and establish strong relationships with business, technology and security functions within the organization. Use feedback from operational teams to help refine and sharpen data protection policies in those tools. Act as a Data Protection Manager for data protection capabilities from a process, policy and technology perspective, including data loss prevention; discovery and classification; data security governance; encryption; obfuscation; digital rights management; and data lifecycle management.
    $81k-120k yearly est.7d ago
  • Assistant Project Manager

    Holder Construction is a performance based company with an excellent career development program. Please note that Holder Construction Company does not sponsor anyone for immigration benefits or immigration status. Holder Construction is an ENR Top 30 Construction industry leader with operations throughout the United States.
    $68k-88k yearly est.7d ago
  • Infrastructure Project Manager - (100% REMOTE Opening

    Job Title: Infrastructure Project Manager
    $105k-150k yearly est.3d ago
  • Assistant Project Manager

    John Moriarty & Associates of Virginia participates in E-Verify for all hired employees. As an Assistant Project Manager, you will assist the project team using your skills in technology and critical thinking to advance the project goals. Our parent company, John Moriarty & Associates (JMA), was founded in 1985 in Winchester, MA and is one of the most respected general contracting firms in the industry.
    $66k-87k yearly est.3d ago
  • Senior Project Manager - Healthcare Advertising - NYC or Remote

    They are seeking a highly seasoned Senior Project Manager with strong HCP pharma experience to join their growing team. Collaborate and lead internal teams to meet the requests and goals set by clients Meet is proudly partnered with a full-service healthcare advertising agency that partners with some of the most transformative clients and brands in pharma, with a focus on specialty brands!
    $95k-130k yearly est.6d ago
  • Senior Program Manager

    Job Title Senior Program Manager As affiliates of the PCI Federal Services group of companies, PCI Government Services LLC has a passion for our team members and their personal mission for success.
    $99k-134k yearly est.7d ago
  • FMS Project Manager

    GridIron IT is seeking a FMS Policy Analyst local to Washington, DC.
    $77k-109k yearly est.7d ago
  • Technical Project Manager (Hybrid/Remote

    Job Title: Technical Project Manager Location: Baltimore/ Fulton, MD (Hybrid/ Remote) Duration: Full Time Role: As a Project Manager, your primary responsibility will be to ensure the successful execution and delivery of projects while adhering to client standard methodologies. You will also play a vital role in continuously improving project management processes. Here are some additional details regarding your day-to-day operations: Agile project management: use agile project management principles and tools like Devops, Jira to manage the project, work closely with technical team, client interface, develop status reports, manage deployments and production issues. Technical Project Management: technical project management using demonstrated experience and proficiency in database management using SQL Server, software development using .NET framework, systems integration, and data conversion. Ability to effectively collaborate with technical teams, understand their requirements, and provide guidance and oversight throughout the project lifecycle. Process Improvement: Continuously assess and evaluate the effectiveness of current project management processes and provide recommendations for their improvement, incorporating industry best practices and lessons learned. Project Oversight: Manage and oversee large, long-range, or multiple complex projects, ensuring they are executed efficiently and within established timelines and budgets. Work Assignment: Assign work to project team members, considering their skills, expertise, and availability, to effectively meet project or program objectives. Ensure tasks are distributed appropriately and monitor progress. Priority and Objective Setting: Establish program or project priorities, objectives, and procedures, considering area objectives, targets of service, and resource allocation needs. Continuously monitor and adjust priorities as necessary. Issue Escalation: Identify and escalate critical issues and decisions to executives when necessary, providing thorough analysis, recommendations, and solutions to ensure timely resolution. Leadership and Direction: Provide strong leadership and direction to the project team, fostering a collaborative and high-performing environment. Effectively communicate project goals, expectations, and strategies to team members. Adherence to Methodologies: Utilize client standard methodologies and the Project Management Methodology (PMM) throughout the project lifecycle, from maintenance and development to enhancement and deployment. Ensure project activities align with established guidelines. Documentation and Communication: Develop and maintain accurate records, prepare reports, and compose correspondence related to project activities. This includes creating meeting agendas, transcribing meeting minutes, and ensuring effective communication channels between stakeholders. Team Coordination: Coordinate work activities by scheduling staff assignments, setting work priorities, and directing the efforts of assigned employees, including contractual staff. Foster collaboration, teamwork, and a cohesive working environment. Emerging Practices: Stay abreast of emerging project management techniques, tools, and methodologies. Continuously seek opportunities to incorporate new approaches that can improve project outcomes, efficiency, and effectiveness. Large Program Oversight: Oversee large programs consisting of multiple individual projects. Categorize and prioritize grouped projects that share similarities in nature, ensuring proper resource allocation and monitoring progress across the program. Project Coordination: Coordinate projects running simultaneously or sequentially to ensure collaboration and communication between project functions. Foster cross-functional collaboration, resolve conflicts, and facilitate knowledge sharing among teams. Qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, Business, or a related discipline. A Master's degree and/or project management certification is preferred. Experience: A minimum of eight (8) years of experience in supervising or overseeing IT-related programs or projects. Certification: Certification in Project Management, Six Sigma, or a similar qualification is desired, demonstrating a strong foundation in project management methodologies. Agile Experience: Strong experience with Agile delivery methods is required, and familiarity with the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is preferred. Software Implementations: Experience in managing large-scale software implementations is preferred, showcasing your ability to handle complex projects. Results-Oriented: Proven track record of being results-oriented, with a demonstrated ability to set and achieve aggressive goals.
    $88k-122k yearly est.5d ago
  • IS Project Manager (Contract

    Workforce Opportunity Services (WOS), a private nonprofit, is seeking an experienced Program Manager to provide support for a 3-5 month contract position with Turner Construction. Founded in 2005, Workforce Opportunity Services (WOS) is a leading 501(c)(3) nonprofit committed to developing the skills of untapped talent from historically underrepresented communities through partnerships with organizations dedicated to diversifying their workforce.
    $37-42 hourly1d ago
  • Acquisition Program Manager - Senior/Expert Level

    WE ARE THE NRO For sixty years, the NRO has developed, acquired, launched and operated the satellites that are the foundation for America's advantage and strength in space. Using a diversified architecture of spacecraft, NRO collects and delivers the best space-based intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance content on the planet. Learn more at Basic Eligibility For A Position With The NRO U.S. Citizenship is required You must be able to obtain and maintain a TS/SCI security clearance You will be subject to pre-employment and periodic drug testing You will be subject to pre-employment and periodic polygraph examinations Where You Will Work Are you a negotiator? Do you enjoy managing or overseeing complex legal agreements or contracts? Are you a finance, accounting, business or economics professional looking for an exciting challenge? Does managing and overseeing multi-million dollar acquisition and procurement contracts for reconnaissance satellite systems to ensure the safety and security of the United States interest you? Does a career with an “out of this world” mission sound intriguing? The NRO Cadre is collecting resumes for consideration against current and future opportunities for Senior Level Acquisition Program Management Officers, occupational series 1101. For more information on the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) occupational series, click here. This is a full time position. Your resume may be considered for other positions which your skills and experience may be a good match. Who May Apply This position is open to the public. Federal government employees MUST currently be at the grade level or higher as indicated in this announcement . This is NOT a promotion opportunity for current Federal government employees. If selected for the position, Federal government employees will transition laterally at their current grade level and step. Federal applicants who exceed the advertised grade may voluntarily request acceptance at the lower grade per IAW DoD 1400.25 Volume 2006. The NRO is only accepting external applicants for this job announcement. Current NRO Cadre employees should apply internally. What You Will Be Doing Lead activities with functional specialists, including contracting, engineering, manufacturing program control, configuration/data management, test, and logistics and operations support. Manage cost, schedule, and performance of complex contracts to develop, deliver, and sustain overhead reconnaissance systems, including spacecraft hardware, ground and communication components, and mission software applications. Provide authoritative recommendations, briefings, and other formal and informal feedback and status to management on all aspects. Provide input in source selection and assessing contractor performance during all acquisition phases, including operations. Collaborate with senior contract officers on complex contract awards and ensures program objectives are achieved within stringent cost, schedule, and technical performance requirements. Oversee identification and implementation of risk management strategies for large-scale program to address areas of concerns or potential gaps. Direct, coordinate, and oversee work through subordinate supervisors (when applicable). Apply systems engineering principles, techniques, services, and practices at the appropriate level of the architecture to ensure a disciplined approach to meeting intelligence needs with NRO systems. What You Need A Bachelor's/Master's Degree in a related occupation (Management, Engineering, Science, etc.) is qualifying for this level and is highly desirable, or you may qualify based on experience. Applicant must have directly applicable experience that demonstrates the possession of the knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies necessary for immediate success in the position. Membership in the Defense Acquisition Corps (DAC) is required for this position.*NOTE: Specific requirements for DAC membership eligibility are as follows: Baccalaureate degree from an accredited education institution and ONE of the following: 24 semester credit hours from among the following disciplines: accounting, business, finance, law, contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods, and organization and management. 24 semester credit hours in the person's career fields and 12 semester credit hours in the disciplines listed above. Credit hours within the person's career field may also satisfy the requirement for part or all of the 12 credit hours in the disciplines listed above. The same hours may be used to meet both requirements. 24 semester credit hours in the person's career filed and training equivalent (American Council on Education recommended credits) to 12 semester credit hours in the disciplines listed above. Employee must meet, or be capable of meeting, the Defense Acquisition Work Improvement Act (DAWIA) requirements applicable to the position. The incumbent in this position will be required to obtain and maintain a DAWIA Level III certification in primary specialty within 24 months of assignment to position. DAWIA requirements may be located at the Defense Acquisition University website. Employee is expected to meet Continuing Education requirements to maintain DAWIA certification. If appointed as a Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR), employee must attend the NRO Acquisition COTR training in NI 40-1-1. If appointed as a Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR), employee must attend the NRO Acquisition COTR training in NI 40-1-1. Qualifying experience may have been acquired in any public or private sector job, but will clearly demonstrate past experience in the application of the particular competencies/knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to successfully perform and is typically in/or directly related to the duties of the position as described above. Experience must be reflected in your resume. Other Information Overtime Statement: May be required to work other than normal duty hours, which may include evenings, weekends, and/or holidays. Travel Statement: May be required to travel in military or commercial aircraft to perform temporary duty assignments. Financial Disclosure: May be required to file an OGE Form 450, Confidential Financial Disclosure Report, upon appointment and will be required to file annually. Geographic Mobility Agreement: May be subject to directed reassignment as required to address mission effectiveness, and/or career development. Information Assurance (IA): Must achieve the appropriate IA certification within six months of assignment. Emergency Essential: Certain positions are deemed emergency essential and incumbents must be willing to meet all position requirements. Location Various NRO locations. Salary 2023 salary range for the Washington, DC area: GG-14: $132,368 - $172,075 GG-15: $155,700 - $183,500 **This position is a Senior-Level DCIPS position. The NRO is accepting applications from U.S. Citizens and current Federal Government employees for this position. To qualify for the position, Federal government employees MUST currently be at the GG 14-15 grade level. Federal applicants who exceed the advertised grade may voluntarily request acceptance at the lower grade per IAW DoDI 1400.25 Volume 2006.
    $155.7k-183.5k yearly8d ago
  • PMO Manager- Remote - Northeast US - 5171

    They are looking for a PMO Manager to build out the project management office from scratch.
    $88k-129k yearly est.3d ago
  • IT Project Manager - Application focused - Remote but must live in MO or IL

    *REMOTE BUT MUST LIVE IN MISSOURI or ILLINOIS* We are seeking an experienced Application Project Manager with expertise in revenue cycle management to join our dynamic team. As an Application Project Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing the successful planning, execution, and delivery of application projects related to revenue cycle management. Key Responsibilities: Project Planning: Develop comprehensive project plans, including timelines, resource allocation, and deliverables, to ensure successful project execution. Project Execution: Lead cross-functional teams in executing application projects, ensuring adherence to project milestones, budgets, and quality standards. Stakeholder Management: Effectively communicate project status, risks, and issues to stakeholders, including executive leadership, clients, and internal teams, ensuring alignment and timely decision-making. Requirement Analysis: Collaborate with business analysts and subject matter experts to gather and analyze requirements related to revenue cycle management, ensuring the development of efficient and effective solutions. Vendor Management: Coordinate with external vendors and contractors involved in application projects, ensuring timely delivery of products and services. Risk Management: Identify project risks and develop mitigation strategies, proactively addressing potential roadblocks to ensure successful project outcomes. Change Management: Work closely with end-users and stakeholders to manage change associated with the implementation of new applications, providing guidance, training, and support. Quality Assurance: Oversee testing activities, ensuring the quality and integrity of implemented applications, and facilitating user acceptance testing. Documentation and Reporting: Maintain project documentation, including project plans, status reports, and issue logs, ensuring accurate and up-to-date information is available to stakeholders. Continuous Improvement: Drive process improvement initiatives to enhance project management methodologies and best practices, promoting efficiency and effectiveness across the organization. Requirements: Proven experience as a Project Manager, preferably in the healthcare industry, specifically in revenue cycle management. Strong understanding of revenue cycle processes, including billing, coding, claims management, and reimbursement. Demonstrated success in managing application projects, including requirements gathering, planning, execution, and stakeholder management. Excellent leadership and communication skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with diverse stakeholders and manage project teams. Solid understanding of project management methodologies and tools. Proficiency in project management software and collaboration tools. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Bachelor's degree in a related field (e.g., Computer Science, Healthcare Management) or equivalent experience. Project management certification (e.g., PMP) is a plus. Join our team and contribute to the successful implementation of innovative applications that optimize revenue cycle processes and drive organizational growth.
    $86k-120k yearly est.6d ago
  • Hardware/Embedded Project Manager (Agile/Scrum

    Immediate need for a talented Hardware/Embedded Project Manager (Agile/Scrum) with experience in the Communication Industry. This is a Fulltime opportunity and is located in Herndon, VA(Onsite) . Please review the job description below. Job ID: 23-17434 Pay Range: $100 - $120k/Annum. Employee benefits include, but are not limited to, health insurance (medical, dental, vision), 401(k) plan, and paid sick leave (depending on work location). Key Responsibilities: The Scrum Master will be responsible for supporting Agile Team/s and provide them guidance in running SAFe, Scrum, Kanban and XP/Lean best practices. Support the team/s using a servant leadership style and leading by example. Organize and facilitate program increment planning, daily stand-up meetings, iteration reviews, retrospectives, and iteration planning and other agile related events. Track and communicate metrics including team velocity and iteration/release progress. Ensure the Agile team/s is practicing the core agile principles of collaboration, prioritization, team accountability, and visibility. Update agile tracking system to provide transparency on Product & Iteration Backlogs. (Having JIRA/Confluence familiarity a plus) Identify and remove impediments, prevent distractions that interfere with the ability of the team to deliver the Iteration goals. Partner with Product Owner/s to ensure Organizational Readiness prior to implementations. Assist team/s in making appropriate commitments through story selection and task definition. Ensure the team/s strives to make each increment of functionality shippable. Scrum Master will act as primary coach for the agile team/s in adapting Agile Methodology. Key Requirements and Technology Experience: Experience working within an embedded software development environment (C++). 2+ years of technical project management or 2+ years as Scrum Master working with hardware development or embedded software as primary focus. Previous experience working with Engineering/ Software/Hardware/Firmware Development Teams and guiding the teams in adapting agile practices. Knowledge of software languages, hardware platforms and their uses Experience using Agile development tracking tools such as Jira, Rally, Version One etc. Ability to manage multiple tasks and work independently in a demanding, dynamic environment. Additional experience in the following areas is a plus: Excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to work independently to resolve issues in a timely manner Certified Scrum Master and/or Scrum Professional or other Agile Certifications Nice to have exposure to Scaling of agile practices and SAFe or other scaling certification/s Excellent facilitation and collaboration skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Independent worker, self-starter B.S. Degree in Engineering/Computer Information Systems, or B.A. Degree in Project Management, Business Administration, Organizational Management or equivalent experience. Active DoD security clearance or ability to obtain a secret level DoD clearance. Our client is a leading Communication Industry and we are currently interviewing to fill this and other similar contract positions. If you are interested in this position, please apply online for immediate consideration. Pyramid Consulting, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
    $100k-120k yearly7d ago
  • IT Project Manager

    US Tech Solutions is a global staff augmentation firm providing a wide range of talent on-demand and total workforce solutions. To know more about US Tech Solutions, please visit
    $106k-148k yearly est.6d ago
  • Lead Project Manager - Work From Home

    Lumen is guided by our belief that humanity is at its best when technology advances the way we live and work.
    $70k-99k yearly est.49d ago
  • IT Program Manager - Enterprise Architecture

    TechFlow, Inc. is hiring an The work experience to be substituted for education must be in a relevant field such as Information Technology, Information Security, or an MBA. The IT Program Manager will provide knowledgeable and innovative insights into technology products or services across all Information Technology (IT) portfolios, strengthening cybersecurity, IT acquisition, IT security, executive oversight, and promoting the use and deployment of best of breed technologies using a unified framework for collectively managing IT investments.
    $92k-120k yearly est.4d ago

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Can I Make 100k As A Project Manager?

Yes, you can make 100k as a project manager. While the average yearly salary in the United States is around $75,000, some project managers earn as much as $150,000.

This salary is three times the average college graduate salary in 2021.

Can Anyone Become A Project Manager?

Yes, anyone can become a project manager. Many project managers are team members that have been promoted into the position based on the project's subject matter.

A project manager should be very organized, a good leader, and has great attention to detail. These skills are important at this position and require knowledge of all aspects of a given project.

Do Project Managers Get Paid Well?

Yes, project managers get paid well. Management positions can vary in salary, but project managers make over three times the national average.

Most experienced project managers make between $90,000 and $130,000, with some elite managers making well over $150,000. A project manager's salary depends on several factors. Education can increase the salary of a project manager. Advance degrees and PMI certification can raise your salary by as much as 20% annually.

What Do You Do As A Project Manager?

A project manager plans projects, ensures that all team members have the necessary tools to do their jobs, and makes sure that the project is executed on time and within budget.

A project manager oversees a team of employees to deliver work designed for a specific client. The manager, therefore, is responsible for meeting all deadlines set by the client and his employer. The quality of the work is also the responsibility of the project manager. The budget of the project is also overseen by the manager.

What Is The Job Demand For Project Managers?

The job demand for project managers is very high. Because of the variety of skills required of project managers and the various industries that utilize this profession, the need for project managers will increase over the next six years.

What Qualifications Do You Need To Be A Project Manager?

The qualifications required to become a project manager depend on the industry you're working in.

Because of the large scope of responsibilities, the project manager needs to have had a relevant education. Typically candidates have a minimum of a bachelor's degree in computer science or business.

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