SAP Project Manager

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o Responsible for entire project lifecycle from initiation, planning, and execution of multiple concurrent enterprise projects ($500K+, over 100+ users )
o Creates and executes project plans, communication Plans, and Microsoft Project schedules
o Regularly updates all project documents including project schedule, risk plan, issue logs, action item lists and change log
o Actively and regularly tracks and manages project issues and change requests to closure.
o Maintains and reports project metrics such as upcoming project tasks, delayed project tasks, project critical path, open action item, issue and change aging reports.
o Prepares steering committee presentations
o Proactively and effectively communicates with all project stakeholders including project steering committee, core team members and project owners.
o Effectively plans, organizes and conducts all project related meetings, including steering committee, stake holder and core team meetings
o Creates and publishes project meeting minutes and periodic project status reports.
o Creates, submits and obtains approvals for Project financial documents (CAPEX, OPEX requests
o Coordinate and manage all vendor tasks and deliverables including, Purchase Requests (PR), Purchase Orders (PO), Contracts, Statement of Works (SOW) Master Service Agreements (MSA) and license agreements.
o Creates and submits monthly project financial reports on a timely basis
o Performs and reports project budget variance analysis
o Escalates potential project risks, issues and project delays as required.
o Collaborates with stake holders and core team members to forecast project resource requirements and identify resource conflicts in advance.
o Actively and regularly updates project resource requirements
Teamwork and Leadership
o Mitigates project team conflict and communication problems
o Keeps track of project lessons learned and shares those lessons across project team members
o Effectively utilizes each project team member to his/her fullest potential
o Remains on the forefront of emerging Project/Program/Vendor Management best practices
o Maintains clear project focus and works effectively with peer project managers, management team, internal stakeholders, customers and vendors to attain project goals and objectives
o Manages and resolves potential team conflicts
o Respect team members, deliver on commitments and pursue innovation

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