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Job 110452

IT Project Manager - SAP SuccessFactors (HR Digital Innovations) - Darmstadt

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IT Project Management - HR Digital Innovations

  • Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of project
  • Ensure that project is delivered on-time, within scope and within budget
  • Ensure resource availability and allocation
  • Meet with business to clarify specific project requirements
  • Develop a detailed project plan to monitor and track progress
  • Manage changes to the project scope, project schedule and project costs
  • Measure project performance using appropriate tools and techniques
  • Report and escalate to management as needed
  • Perform risk management to minimize project risks
  • Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation

Anforderung:

  • Proven working experience in project management and Conversational AI Platforms (HR ChatBots).
  • Technical understanding of Cognigy.AI, SAP HCM, SAP SuccessFactors BizX.
  • Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills (English, German is a plus)
  • Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multitasking skills
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) / PRINCE II certification is a plus

Besonderheiten:

Percentage of on site support required: 80 %

Kontakt

Dieter Holzknecht
Telefon: +49 611 4456-181
dieter.holzknecht@allgeier-experts.com
  • Branche Chemie & Pharma
  • Ort Darmstadt
  • Start End of October 2019
  • Dauer 30.04.2020
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