The Project Manager is in charge of a range of projects undertaken by the organisation,and is responsible for ensuring complete product delivery and handover according to respective project scope specifications and standards.
He / She plays a strategic role in managing the organisation's many projects,and is responsible for defining project scopes, objectives, plans and performance measuring criteria to ensure the completion of project deliverables according to required standards and client expectations.
He / She also leads project reviews to identify synergies and areas of improvements across the portfolio of projects.
Analyse risks across project portfolio in accordance with organisational risk management policies and processes.
Define project scope, objectives budget and outcomes.
Deliver regular constructive feedback in order to promote employee development.
Establish improvements to project management functions and organisational processes and procedures.
Evaluate effectiveness of quality assurance and control procedures.
Evaluate implications of project review findings and discussion topics on project management functions and organisational processes and procedures.
Evaluate project feasibility against organisation's capabilities and resources.
Formulate project review policies and procedures.
Identify areas of technical and business management training development.
Lead the implementation of risk mitigation initiatives.
Monitor project costs to ensure alignment with project budget.
Oversee resource needs for all projects.
Review resource allocation and usage.
Review variation orders to determine impact on project timelines and resources.
Support the formulation of the organisation's organisation's project risks policies and mitigation strategies by coordinating with Risk Management department.