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Aflac

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PLADS Program Manager

The Program Manager is responsible for the delivery of all projects and work efforts for the defined program space. This includes the planning and prioritization of work and managing program level stakeholder engagement. The Program Manager should ensure that all guidelines and documented processes are followed through the project lifecycle. The Program Manager will manage and develop or lead teams that consist of Business Analysts, Solution Architects, Developers and Quality Assurance resources. The Program Manager will also be responsible for managing team capacity, project assignments, and overall team cohesion and performance.

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Technical Project Manager

Wolfram, creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha and the Wolfram Language, is searching for a proactive individual with exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills for a new Technical Project Manager position. The Technical Project Manager will be responsible for planning and coordinating development for the Deployed Products and Services group, which is responsible for the Wolfram Resource System, including the Wolfram Data Repository, the Wolfram Function Repository and other repositories under development.

Wolfram is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at its company. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Project Manager

As a Project Manager (PM), you will be responsible for working with team to lead the successful management and on-time delivery of your projects. You will ensure projects run as smoothly as possible, are within budget, are delivered on time, and are of a high level of quality across assigned accounts. The PM will spend the majority of time allocating resources, coordinating and maintaining schedules, and managing processes and timelines.
 
Reporting to Senior Project Manager.
 
Ashfield Health is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Individuals seeking employment at Ashfield Health are considered without regards to age, ancestry, color, gender, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), mental or physical disability, national origin, protected family care or medical leave status, race, religion (including beliefs and practices or the absence thereof), sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws. Further, pursuant to applicable local ordinances, Ashfield Health will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. Ashfield Health is an equal opportunity employer M/F/V/D. 
XRSI

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Project Manager - MedXRSI

Volunteer Position: Project Manager

Program/Project//Initiative: Medical XR

Purpose: Oversee the safe development and completion of MedXRSI Privacy and Safety Framework Development project within given constraints

Hours: 6-8 hours/week

Reporting to: Strategic Matters: Kavya Pearlman, Operational Matters: Bhanujeet Choudhary

IT Project Manager

The IT Project Manager is responsible for managing and guiding cross-functional teams to ensure projects are planned thoroughly and executed with appropriate urgency, delivering results within agreed budgets and timelines, while adhering to company guidelines and compliance requirements. The PM interacts with many technical and business resources across the enterprise to ensure alignment on the project’s business value – and to ensure that value is delivered and adopted.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can project managers work remotely?

It may seem like a daunting task, but project management can be done remotely nowadays. Some projects require managers to be physically present, such as health care, construction, and engineering, but outside of these industries, more and more companies are moving into remote work, especially under the “new normal.”

To succeed in remote project management, you would need to be well-versed in important and commonly used tools. These include communication platforms, such as Skype, Zoom, Slack, Google Hangouts, and more, and staff monitoring software, such as Hubstaff and ActivTrak. Moreover, having excellent communication skills will help bridge the communication gap commonly seen in remote work.

How do I become a virtual project manager?

Before you can become a virtual project manager, you must first start in entry-level positions, such as project coordinators, project assistants, and office administrators. These entry-level positions will help you hone your skills to help you become an effective virtual project manager in the future.

Taking entry-level positions is also a great way to make your CV and portfolio look good when you apply for virtual project management positions. You can also take online courses specific to your chosen niche to further expand your skills and get certified.

Are project managers in demand?

Yes. The PMI or Project Management Institute expects it to grow by 22 million new job openings until 2027. There is no indication of the demand going down in the near future.

They are highly in demand because their skills are applicable and needed in a lot of industries around the world, such as oil and gas, insurance, marketing, finance, construction, manufacturing, and utilities. They are, however, pretty common in the IT industry.

Additionally, companies have also seen the importance of having a professional whose work is dedicated to overseeing projects from start to end.

What is the highest paying project management job?

Like any other job, salaries of project managers vary with their skills, experience, and positions. However, some industries pay more than others. According to the PMI survey, the top-paying project management industries include engineering, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, consulting, and resources project management.

Additionally, working as a project manager in IT, construction, and marketing can be lucrative as well. To give you a better picture, remote project manager jobs currently have an average yearly salary of $91,899. If you want to have a higher salary, you may want to get certified as a project management professional (PMP), which can reportedly increase your annual salary by at least 20%.