Chain•Sys was started by top of class technology and domain knowledge experts in 1998, to serve the IT needs of our customers. Chain•Sys is a fast growing consulting/product development company.
IT Project Manager : TCP/IP, FTP, Java, HTML, Perl, Powerpoint, TOAD : Grand Ledge, MI
11/28/2016 10:30:11 PM
IT Project Manager
Collaborate with software project development team to plan, initiate, develop, execute and manager IT projects related to e-chain ERP/SCM software products and Oracle Applications, within the prescribed scope, functionality, schedule, quality and budget: ascertain work goals and scope; evaluate cost and time requirements; analyze cost-benefit or return on investment (ROI); analyze work load and capacity of computer system; plan and modify project schedules and critical path; develop and manage work breakdown structure (WBS) of IT; review and approve system architecture and technical specification; plan project stages and assess business implications for each stage; present proposed development and implementation plans to client; coordinate recruitment or selection of project personnel; monitor project progress to assure deadlines, standards, and cost targets are met; update project plans, such as project objectives, technologies, systems, information specifications, schedules, funding, and staffing; lead and guide the work of technical staff; assign duties to project personnel and coordinate work; provide technical support to team members; serve as liaison between business and technical aspects of projects; establish and execute a project communication plan; and develop and maintain project management documentation and status report. Use various Oracle application modules, including Oracle Order Management, Shipping, Advanced Pricing, Bills of Material, Work in Process, Inventory and Purchasing. Utilize Oracle AIM, Unix, Windows, DOS, Sun Solaris, AID, Windows/NT, VSE, MVS, Oracle RDBMS, DB2, MS Access, MS-SQL, SQL*Plus, TOAD, MS Office, MS Excel, TCP/IP, FTP, Telnet, Visual Basic, Java, HTML, Perl, Powerpoint, Network Simulator, Open GL, and C/C++.