Proffesor: Melanie Clifford.
Create a brief job description for a position within the company you research that you would like to fill.
Science Applications International Corporation Employees - SAIC, is a company dedicated to the delivery of quality scientific and technical products and services contributing to the security and well-being of the communities throughout the world. They believe in high ethical standards are essential to the achievement of individual and corporate goals.
At the same way, they are committing to exceed customers’ expectations for quality, responsiveness, and professional excellence while delivering within the agreed price and schedule. As well, maintain the highest standards of ethical behavior and professional integrity and for this they employ people of exceptional creativity, expertise, and determination to work closely with one another and with the customers.
The core values in SAIC are: accountability: they are accountable for everything they do and fail to do. At SAIC, all employees take ownership for their actions; integrity: ethics and integrity are foundational for them; respect: each person is valued for the diversity of his or her skills, experiences and perspectives; responsibility: they take their commitments seriously, seeking and accepting responsibility is critical to their cultural imperative of entrepreneurial freedom; trust: they start with the assumption that everyone is doing his or her best and wants to do the right thing. At SAIC, trust is the currency of leadership.
The position I would like to fill at Science Applications International Corporation Employees - SAIC is Project Manager.
Job Description: The candidate will oversee the planning and performance of all project activities to include: planning, organizing, scheduling, resourcing, managing financials, including budgets, cost and pricing analysis, and monitoring project progress and adherence to timelines and budgets.
Main job tasks and responsibilities: responsibilities will include overseeing the daily operations of the project, creating and delivering status reports, and supervising staff to ensure that project deliverables and objectives are met. The project manager must also provide direction and support to project team, lead the planning and implementation of project, and also facilitate the definition of project scope, goals and deliverables.
In addition the project manager must define project tasks and resource requirements, develop full scale project plans, manage project budget, plan and schedule project timelines, track project deliverables using appropriate tools, constantly monitor and report on progress of the project to all stakeholders, present reports defining project progress, problems and solutions , implement and manage project changes and interventions to achieve project outputs and finally she/he must project evaluations and assessment of results.
The basic qualifications to fill this position should be the following: education and Experience: Possession of a Master’s degree from an accredited college/university in fields as finance, business administration or economics. Foreign degrees must be evaluated for U.S. equivalency. The candidate must have at least 1 year of Project Management experience, or 2 years related experience in lieu of a degree. The candidate must have the knowledge of both theoretical and practical aspects of project management, knowledge of project management techniques and tools, direct work experience in project management capacity, proven experience in: people management, experience in strategic planning, experience in risk management, and demonstrated experience in change management.
Key competencies: candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills enabling him or her to communicate effectively at all levels, including the customer and executives. As well the right candidate should have a set of qualities...
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