Project Manager (Telecommunications) MKT091
Randpark Ridge, Johannesburg
R20 000 – R25000 per month
Preference will be given to BEE candidates
3-5yrs Project Management experience
Target and customer satisfaction driven
Ability to work in a team & individually
Excellent communication skills
Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)
Project Management qualification/ Diploma
Good Administrative skills
Duties and responsibilities:
Oversee the planning, management, co-ordination and financial control of the allocated project and its scope of work.
Start: Ensure that all the relevant documentation, drawings and information are obtained from the various other departments prior to commencement of the project.
Planning: Project planning, to include: Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resources, Communication, Risk, Procurement and Stakeholders.
Scope: Understand Scope of works and manage any scope changes.
Time: Ensure Projects are completed within the time period specified and all time extensions are communicated to the client within the specified time.
Cost: Manage the project budget, ensuring all cost are controlled and the projects are completed within the gross profit required.
Quality: Ensuring that all work is performed as per client specifications – any quality deviations and corrective actions to be reported and managed accordingly.
Resources: Manage both internal and external team expectations and ensure that the necessary resources are in place for successful execution of the project.
Communication: Communications of progress, variation orders, site instructions, risks, quality, site issues and any other project related activities to the relevant parties.
Risk: Managing of risk throughout the duration of the project and take the necessary preventive and contingent actions to mitigate or avoid the risk.
Procurement: Manage and ensure all the necessary purchase orders are issued for execution of work, the timely delivery of stock to site and ensure minimal wastage.
Stakeholders: Manage all stakeholder expectations and communicate all the necessary information to all stakeholders concerned.
Closing of project: To ensure all projects are closed off, either in stages or entirely, and all the necessary information and documentation are provided to the relevant parties to ensure successful invoicing to prevent unnecessary delays.
Any other reasonable duties which may be required from management from time to time.
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