IT Project Managers are responsible for leading large, IT-based projects. Managers must plan, manage, coordinate and maintain financial control throughout a project’s duration. IT Projects often involve the design and implementation of an IT solution. IT managers must monitor the project constantly to make sure that it is progressing on time, on budget and to the necessary quality standards.
What's involved in IT Project Management:
The daily duties of an IT project manager will consist of the following:
Discuss projects with clients to gain detailed knowledge regarding their expectations for the project.
Negotiation with contractors for the supply of materials and services needed in project completion.
Utilising well-established project management methods, as well as digital programmes, that allow for efficient management of the project.
Carefully plan projects so that tasks can be effectively delegated.
Manage and motivate employees to achieve the best product outcome.
Key attributes for IT Project Leaders:
IT project leaders require strong communication and problem-solving skills, as well as the ability to think logically. Some IT Project Managers entail normal office hours, 37-40 hours per week, while others have no set hours and may sometimes have to work evenings and weekends. As of 2020, the average salary available in IT project management ranges from £30,000 - £65,000 depending upon experience.
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