IT Project Manager | Leitrim | Permanent | Collins McNicholas

IT Project Manager | Leitrim | Permanent

  • Reference: SJ44829
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Location: Leitrim, Roscommon, Sligo
  • Category: Information Technology

My client, based in Leitrim, is looking to recruit an experienced IT Project Manager.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for coordinating and leading the development of the company application
  • Support and deliver client requests in a timely and cost-effective manner
  • Ensure that all projects meet the expectations and needs of business partners and employees
  • Facilitate the resolution of issues, risks, dependencies and impediments that may impact on the delivery of projects
  • Facilitating and monitoring project progress using adaptive planning techniques and visualising via Burndown charts etc.
  • Proficient with JIRA, GitHub, Liquid Planner or other forms of project reporting tools.
  • Work with clients to facilitate the project outlining scope, goals, deliverable, required resources, budget and timing based on input from Scrum Team.
  • Facilitate initial proposal meetings and ongoing discussions throughout the agile project lifecycle.
  • Act as a facilitator between team members and stakeholders and coach team members in this task
  • Help resolve any issues and solve problems throughout the agile project life cycle
  • Facilitate the management of the project backlog with Scrum team embracing the concept of change at all times
  • Track and report on project milestones and provide status reports to sponsor.
  • Lead, coach and motivate the Scrum team members on a proactive basis with the aim to create self-organising cross functional teams
  • Ensure all documentation is available, complete and accurate for reporting and audit purposes
  • Establish appropriate reporting based on target stakeholder group to ensure transparency on all work

Requirement:

  • Ability to liaise with clients and stakeholders regarding requirements gathering and setting customer expectations
  • Excellent knowledge of software engineering principles, Web Development, and software development methodologies including Iterative and Agile
  • Proven track record of managing multiple IT projects.
  • Knowledge of software quality assurance techniques and software process improvement approaches in an Agile work environment.
  • Knowledge of Architectural and Design practices and patterns within an Enterprise software environment  
  • Third level Degree or equivalent qualification
  • A background in applications development or technical architecture would be a distinct advantage given the technical nature of the delivery
  • Self- motivated with the ability to work in and lead teams, meet deadlines, an enthusiasm for the practice of Project Management / Scrum Master and learning new disciplines.
  • Experience with relevant project management tools and software, especially Microsoft Excel, JIRA, GitHub and other Agile Tools
  • Excellent communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills

For further information on this role please contact Niamh Cregg on 071-9149732 or email niamh.cregg@collinsmcnicholas.ie

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