Project Manager - Project Management, Vendor Implementations, Business Analysis

Job Description: Excellent opportunity to join an established growing company. Our client is seeking a Project Manager / Business Analyst to facilitate Business Operations objectives and deliverables for multiple concurrent project streams. Seeking candidates with experience deploying vendor based software solutions across multiple site locations. The candidate will be expected to facilitate requirement gathering as needed to ensure vendor deliverables meet the needs of the business. Must be comfortable with changing priorities and ambiguity as solutions are implemented in an iterative fashion. The candidate must also have excellent communications and be comfortable in a client-facing role. Multiple projects will require the candidate to take ownership of the product through implementation and delivery phases. This role will also require up to 30% travel to various locations throughout the US. Must be highly proficient in the use of MS Excel. Required Skills: Project Management / Business Analysis; ERP applications; EXCELLENT COMMUNICATIONS. Don't hesitate! Submit your resume today. SMCI is an EEO employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, genetic information, marital status, military, and veteran status. Members of minority groups, Vietnam Era Veterans and individuals with mental or physical disabilities are encouraged to contact us regarding employment opportunities. In addition, in order to support the provision of business to minority-owned and Women-owned businesses (MWBE), such MWBE are encouraged to contact us regarding subcontracting business opportunities with our firm. (No third parties, please) (H1 sponsorship currently unavailable) (Local candidates only, please)

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