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IT Project Manager

Company Name:
Data Based Development Systems
Our customer, located in Farmington, CT has the need for a Project Manager. This individual would be responsible for managing multiple projects simultaneously varying in size and scope which are highly visible by corporate stakeholders. The ideal candidate will be a Senior Level Project Manger with a strong management toolkit, self-sufficient and can drive actions forward independently.
Roles & responsibilities include:
Managing multiple projects simultaneously (of varying size)
Deliver clear, brief, specific presentations, status reports, and other messages to Senior Management
Provide high level overviews and specific details for crisp and direct messaging
Push closure and issue resolution with stakeholders and outside/3rd party vendors
Please send compensation expectations/requirements and a MS Word or PDF version of your resume. No relocation/expense money provided.
US citizens and those authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply. However, we are unable to sponsor H1B candidates at this time.
Data Based Development Systems is a continually growing and successful IT consulting firm in Manchester, CT that has been servicing primarily the Hartford area businesses for over 25 years. Recently we have expanded our presence to several other states including Florida and California. Our clients offer an attractive work environment and the opportunity to work with state of the art technology. To learn more about DBDS, visit our website at www.dbds.com. We offer competitive salaried compensation packages including medical and dental benefits, 401k plans, profit sharing, and training opportunities in the latest skills.

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