Project Manager – Software

Company Overview

Founded in 2000, River Logic is a privately held technology firm with corporate offices in Dallas, Texas. River Logic provides a cross-industry expert software platform that uniquely applies smart analytics to planning and decision making, enabling organizations and enterprises to make more impactful decisions and optimize overall business performance. River Logic’s Prescriptive Analytics technology platform supports a wide range of solutions across industries including CPG, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Utilities, Natural Resources and Government.

We partner with leading solutions providers in their respective industries and areas of expertise to create innovative, white space applications that deliver transformational value to their clients to make true enterprise-wide decision-making a reality. River Logic partners monetize their intellectual property and establish recurring revenue streams.

River Logic White Papers and Case Studies can be seen here

Position Description

Project Manager – Software: This resource will be required to manage a variety of Product Development, Partner, and Customer projects involving implementation of the River Logic application. This role will be responsible for leading Internal and External Projects, managed Scope, Schedule and Budget, and performing the role of Business Analyst/Documenter on these projects.

The ideal candidate will be based in Dallas, TX or Atlanta, GA – although other locations could be considered for the right candidate – and have a proven track record of managing Software projects. The candidate preferably has worked for a software or consulting firm in the Supply Chain space, has experience in optimization, scheduling, and/or planning software.

Job Responsibilities and Experience

  • Software Project Management Experience
  • Experience: Minimum 3 years
  • Software Experience: Microsoft Project is required. Microsoft Power B & MS SQL are preferred
  • Travel: 0-50%
  • Work Environment: Home Office or Dallas office
  • Customer Facing: Yes – mostly remote
  • Expected Hours: 8am-5pm EST and as needed

 

Project Management Role

Initiating phase
  1. Integration management: Developing a project charter
  2. Stakeholder management: Identifying stakeholders
Planning phase

  1. Integration management: Developing a project management plan
  2. Scope management: Defining and managing scope, creating a work breakdown structure (WBS), and requirements gathering
  3. Time management: Planning, defining, and developing schedules, activities, estimating resources and activity durations
  4. Costs management: Planning and estimating costs, and determining budgets
  5. Quality management: Planning and identifying quality requirements
  6. Human Resource management: Planning and identifying human resource needs
  7. Communications management: Planning communications
  8. Risk management: Planning for and identifying potential risks, performing qualitative and quantitative risk analysis, and planning risk mitigation strategies
  9. Procurement management: Planning for and identifying required procurements
  10. Stakeholder management: Planning for stakeholder expectations
Executing
  1. Integration management: Directing and managing all work for the project
  2. Quality management: Performing all aspects of managing quality
  3. Human resource management: Selecting, developing, and managing the project team
  4. Communications management: Managing all aspects of communications
  5. Procurement management: Take action on securing necessary procurements
  6. Stakeholder management: Managing all stakeholder expectations
Monitoring and controlling
  1. Integration management: Monitoring and controlling the project work and managing any necessary changes
  2. Scope management: Validating and controlling the scope of the project
  3. Time management: Controlling the scope of the project
  4. Costs management: Controlling project costs
  5. Quality management: Controlling the quality of deliverables
  6. Communications management: Controlling all team and stakeholder communications
  7. Procurement management: Controlling procurements
  8. Stakeholder management: Controlling stakeholder engagements
Closing
  1. Integration management: Closing all phases of the project
  2. Procurement management: Closing all project procurements

Additional Skills and Experience

  • Ability to understand the data and the table relationships in large databases
  • Understanding of Supply Chain Planning and Managerial & Financial Accounting
  • Undergraduate in Engineering is preferred (Industrial preferred), Finance, Computer Science or Analytics – Masters is an advantage
  • Excellent communication skills – written and spoken
  • Self-driven personality with high attention to detail

Compensation

The compensation for this position will be market based.

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