Project Manager

Job Description Broadridge is growing. We are currently searching for a Project Manager to join our team. Are you looking to join a creative and dynamic team? See how you can contribute to our growing organization below. The project manager requires strong ability to understand and provide project management support ranging from client onboarding, requirement documentation, development/implementation, testing, deployment and transition to post implementation client support teams. May lead projects requiring functional integration and complete sub-projects or standalone elements. Job Responsibilities: Develops and manages project timeline and plans Holds subject matter expertise in Scope Management, Time Management, Quality Management, Cost Management, Communication Management, Risk Management, Human Resource Management, Procurement Management, and Integration Management. Experience managing high-profile projects that require working with cross-functional teams Strong project management skills. Highly competent in the coordination of simultaneous deliverables from multiple senior-level stakeholders across the business Manage multiple priorities while adhering to tight deadlines. Ability to quickly adapt to constantly changing requirements and business needs Collaborates and communicates with other project managers and leaders to coordinate cross-divisional project initiatives and activities. Preferred Qualifications: 6-10 years' experience BA / BS or equivalent experience Skills/Competencies: Project planning and process analysis / improvement skills Requirements documentation Client interaction and communication skills including meeting leadership facilitation skills MS Office Suite (Excel, Visio, Project, Powerpoint, Word) Multi-tasking and attention to detail
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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