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Ariba Project Manager

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
Qualifications:
o Extensive experience with Ariba required; specifically integration points with Spend Visibility and SIPM; o Experience with previous e-Procurement implementations required; o Extensive project management experience; o Project Management certification(e.g., CPM / PMP) a plus ; o Ability to effectively organize team resources o Excellent interpersonal and customer relationship management skills, including the ability to communicate effectively with all staff levels in verbal and written form o Candidates should have a strong technology background with proficiency of the Microsoft Suite of applications (SharePoint, Access, Excel, Project and Outlook); o Experience with Lawson/Infor ERP a plus; o Excellent analytical and decision-making skills, and ability to communicate effectively; o Undergraduate degree in Accounting, Finance or Computer Science.
Responsibilities:
Role sits 50% in NJ and 50% in NYC location o Serve as Project Manager for the Bank's transition to the Ariba e-procurement application. o Develop and maintain a schedule for project completion that effectively allocates the resources to the activities; o Manage issues, scope, risks quality and metrics o Review the project schedule with senior management and all other staff that will be affected by the project activities; revise the schedule as required; o Facilitate business and technical decisions; o Manage sub projects comprised of cross-functional teams and is accountable for their successful outcome; o Recommend and assist in implementing e-procurement and payment solutions to improve cost controls, risk management, and work efficiency which reflects industry best practices; o Provide consultative support to the project team members and ; o Coordinate the testing of applications and processes utilizing predefined and customized test scripts and ensure results are accurately documented; o Develop and lead the e-procurement Bank wide training program.


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