Valcourt - QC
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Job Description Project Manager
Project managers are company leaders. They oversee specific projects, tasks and assignments and ensure that are completed correctly, on-time and on-budget. It is a role that involves multitasking and keeping track of every component of a project, big and small, and making sure that it comes together correctly. A good project manager will guide their team and accept responsibility for the success or failure of all their projects.
- Strong leadership abilities and team management experience
- Multitasking and organizational skills
- Ability to break down projects to smaller components
- Able to create, plan and execute large scale projects
- Track progress and justify the use of company resources
What does a Project Manager do ?
Project managers spend every working day completing one or multiple company projects. This involves conducting regular meetings, tracking progress, communicating with coworkers and ensuring that every step of the action plan is being completed correctly. If they see any issues or problems that currently exist or may arise, a project manager needs to step in and address them right away. While it is primarily an office-based job, project managers need to be prepared to roll up their sleeves and work hard themselves to get the job done.
- Conduct daily meetings with all workers and stakeholders
- Track all active components of a project
- Ensure team members have the proper resources
- Manage team personalities and creative ideas
- Create regular reports and memos that track project progress
- Track the use of company resources, including hours worked and money spent
- Provide frequent and accurate updates to company leaders
- Address issues that may affect project completion
How to become Project Manager
For those looking to become project managers, typically they will be hired as part of a team and then demonstrate exceptional leadership and problem solving abilities. People who have demonstrable experience in a leadership role can also be hired directly as project managers, stepping into an existing time to provide necessary guidance.
Sectors of activity that are recruiting a Project Manager
Project managers are recruited by large companies and government branches who need strong leaders to guide teams as they work on large tasks and projects. Project managers can therefore work for both private companies and for public works projects with the federal, provincial or municipal governments.
Outlook and career development as a Project Manager
The long-term employment outlook for security guards is considered mostly fair to good. The number of people looking to become project managers is predicted to slightly outpace the number of available positions over the next 10 years.
Where does a Project Manager work
Project managers typically work in offices where they can interact with a team and supervise their work. It is important for project managers to interact with their team members on a regular basis, and this may require travelling to different locations and jobs sites.
Other names of the profession Project Manager
According to the CNP code (national classification of occupations), here are additional titles for a project manager:
- Project supervisor
- Project lead
Companies that are recruiting Project Manager
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Project Manager Salaries
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