The project manager is responsible for the overall management and execution of SDLC projects from conception to completion. In this role you will be working cross functionally and will be working closely with the business operation's needs. Additionally there will be a continued need to perform Organizational Change Management (OCM). If you are interested, please send your resume to Marisa Thompson at email@example.com. 1. Manages client relationships by effectively building knowledge base about client's business, identifying their needs, evaluating solutions, setting and managing expectations, continually seeking opportunities to increase customer satisfaction and deepen client relationships. 2. Manages more complex and larger budget projects with minimal supervision with wide latitude for independent judgment. 3. Creates and executes: project plan, schedule, budget, resource acquisition and allocation, communication plan, risk mitigation, change control and status reporting. 4. Accurately forecasts revenue and cost for assigned project, manages financial budget to actual spend and reports status timely to management. 5. Ensures project and change control documents are completed and signed. 6. Facilitates project meetings effectively informing the project team of milestone activity and project change. 7. Builds project management artifacts that are implemented and utilized throughout the business unit. 8. Support Account Management team by providing enterprise responses to Request for Proposal (RFP) opportunities. 9. Participate in client contract negotiations. 10. Delivers well-organized presentations and Communicates difficult and sensitive information tactfully. 11. Possesses a thorough understanding of our company products and capabilities, including IT and Operations. 12. Effectively utilizes each team member to their fullest. 13. Mentors other project managers with less project experience. 14. Seeks out emerging industry best practices and recommend their implementation with LTCG process where appropriate. 15. Mentors lower level Project Managers.