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PSG Program Manager

Manager

TIBCO | 51200 PSG NAM HQ | Non-TIBCO Office, CO

The Senior Project Manager serves as a liaison between the company and the client during a project ending with the installation and acceptance of capitalized equipment, enterprise software systems, or system integration or consulting projects/engagements.  
 

The successful candidate:

  • Must have PMP or Scrum Master certification. 
  • May work at the client site on a day-to-day or periodic basis. 
  • Ensures customer satisfaction of information technology solutions by managing the details of overall project schedules, budgets, and deliverables.  
  • Interacts with sales, solutions consultants, product development, and other members of cross-functional teams focused on the delivery of new or existing products to clients.  
  • Plans and directs schedules and may monitor budget/spending.  
  • Monitors the project from initiation through delivery.  
  • Organizes the interdepartmental activities ensuring completion of the project/product on schedule and with budget constraints.  
 
Skills & Requirements

  • Manage 1-3 primary accounts responsible for customer satisfaction, project delivery and driving additional services and sales revenue. Manage multiple projects within these accounts
  • Prospect and develop qualified pipeline of services opportunities within existing accounts and prospect and close on opportunities in conjunction with TIBCO Sales
  • In partnership with TIBCO Sales, perform selling function using a solutions selling approach with a focus on penetration and expansion of existing accounts
  • Works on significant and unique issues where analysis of situations or data requires an evaluation of intangibles
  • Exercises independent judgment in methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results  
  • Support the client’s Executive Sponsor in the development of new business initiatives, leveraging knowledge of the client’s legacy systems, and being a leader in proposal activity