CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Project Manager in Houston, Texas
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Category: Project Management
City: Houston, Texas, US United States
Position ID: J0821-2923
Employment Type: Full Time
CGI is in need of an Oil & Gas Project Managers to plan, control and execute a project or set of related projects to meet identified business needs and deliver business value. The PM will lead small programs of moderate-to-high complexity and risk. Typical program size is 10-20 FTE OR they may potentially lead medium-to-large projects of moderate-to-high complexity and risk. Strong stakeholder management is required, involving coaching and partnering with business stakeholders to validate the programs strategic business case, define success metrics and criteria, and to identify, measure, and sustain planned vs. achieved benefit.
This position is based in Houston, Texas.
• Strong stakeholder management skills - including experience coaching stakeholders
• Experience in leading a distributed team
• Experience: 8+ years in IT with 5+ years of IT Project Management experiences
• Typical Project Size: around 20 FTE Additional
• Strong Agile and Azure DevOps skills
• Prior Telecommunications knowledge strongly preferred (Prior Oil & Gas contractor).
• PMP certification is desirable.
Agile / Collaborative Method
What you can expect from us:
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