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Sr. ERP Project Manager

This client is a mid-sized international healthcare/ medical company with chart-topping sales and plans to grow. ¬ This company values partnership, innovation, and integrity. They put a strong emphasis on customer service to improve experiences, and this mentality carries over with their staff. It is a busy and exciting time to join this organization¬ as the company is growing and has acquired several new businesses within the last few years. There will be no shortage of work with this group! We are looking for an experienced Project Manager to join a collaborative technology team. In this role, you will be responsible to manage multiple ERP projects leveraging an agile approach. You will help lead efforts to define and prioritize development milestones, timelines and oversee day-day project deliverables. You will be responsible to drive solutions while managing direct/indirect resources as well as providing functional guidance and leadership to those on your team.¬ What do you need to join the team? Bachelors Degree in related field Previous experience managing enterprise ERP environments (NetSuite, SAP, ect.) Experience leading large scale software development projects Experience with B2B AND B2C concept and methodologies and familiar with appropriate terminology Familiar following Agile (Scrum) methodologies/best practices Functional understanding of the following technology, ability to provide guidance and leadership to programmers and analysts; NET, PHP, HTML, XML Prior experience working with stakeholders and outside clients to balance priorities and resources Proven leadership and problem solving skills a MUST. Ability to take a proactive and creative approach to provide best solutions Manage client relationships and set proper expectations throughout¬ the project lifecycle Clear communicator, able to professionally communicate with all levels of business and customer base

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