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						Nikhorizon

Nikhorizon

, United States

Job Title
Project Manager
Vacancies
3
Salary
$1000USD Monthly
Office time
Mon-Sat 8am to 5pm
Location
Anywhere
Job Type
Full Time
Deadline
28 February, 2022

Company Description

Skills
  • leadership
  • Communication
  • Organisation

So If You Are Someone Who Has

What is a project manager?

A project manager is a professional who organizes, plans, and executes projects while working within restraints like budgets and schedules. Project managers are in charge of leading teams, defining goals, communicating with stakeholders, and seeing a project through to its closure. Whether running a marketing campaign, constructing a building, developing a computer system, or launching a new product, the project manager is responsible for the success or failure of the project.

The project manager role is in demand in just about every industry. Let’s take a closer look at what project managers do, why you should consider a career in project management, and how you can get started.

What does a project manager do? Tasks and responsibilities

A project is typically divided into five different phases: initiation, planning, execution, and closure. 

Throughout the lifecycle of a project, the project manager is responsible for:

  • Defining the scope of the project
  • Staying on schedule
  • Planning a project’s cost and sticking to a budget
  • Managing project resources (including teams and workers)
  • Documenting the progress of the project
  • Communicating with stakeholders
  • Assessing risks
  • Troubleshooting
  • Leading quality assurance

The sheer variety of tasks means no two days on the job (or two projects) are quite the same. On any given day, you might be interviewing and hiring new talent, managing team meetings, reallocating resources to cover an unexpected expense, or updating stakeholders on the progress of the project.

Job Responsibilities
  • Defining the scope of the project
  • Staying on schedule
  • Planning a project’s cost and sticking to a budget
  • Managing project resources (including teams and workers)
  • Documenting the progress of the project
  • Communicating with stakeholders
  • Assessing risks
  • Troubleshooting
  • Leading quality assurance