Expected Salary$58 - $62 per hour
HireArt is looking to hire a GIS Project Manager to work onsite at our client's Menlo Park campus on a contract basis. In this role, you'll support the growing Spatial Computing team by leading projects focus on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools and data sets.
We're seeking a GIS Project Manager with a background in program management, ideally in a fast-paced tech environment. You're also able to effectively build relationships, gain consensus, remove tension and roadblocks, and focus on the solution.
- Manage related cross-functional programs by working with development and product teams.
- Align cross-functional stakeholders on objectives and goals for the program, gather and prioritize requirements.
- Communicate cross-functionally and drive hybrid engineering and data science efforts.
- Drive and manage external partner relationships.
- Develop and manage end-to-end project plans and ensure on-time delivery.
- Provide day-to-day coordination, purchases, budgets and tracking.
- Manage team calendars, agendas, facilitate meetings and follow ups.
- Maintain program status pages and provide frequent program updates.
- Identify and communicate risks and adjustments to the overall program.
- B.S. in a technical discipline or equivalent experience
- 2+ years of tech industry or program management experience
- Strong communication, organization and management skills
- Experience working with external technology vendors and partners
- Proven experience in influencing and/or leading cross-functional teams
- Able to create and strengthen partnerships and relationships both internal and external
- Resourceful, action-oriented with the ability to get things done and overcome obstacles
- Problem solving skills with an enthusiasm for learning new things
- Able to thrive in a fast-paced and unstructured environment
- Experience working with data acquisition
- Understanding of software development processes
- Experience with GIS Tools and data sets
Commitment: This is a 12-month contract.