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Enterprise Project Lead (Telecomms) – 6/12 Months Contract

We’re seeking an Enterprise Project Lead  for a  6/12 months contract in, Johannesburg.

The incumbent will project manage the successful transition of mobile network solutions for business customers across a wide range of services and solutions including mobility and IoT.

The role focuses on supporting the Account Manager in delivering the service to customers, and ensuring operational teams’ readiness.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and drive the execution of agreed projects
  • Drive the implementation, tracking, monitoring and compliance of Projects
  • Contract management in line with Procurement Policies
  • Co-ordinate project reporting
  • Ensure effective implementation of the integrated project management model
  • Ensure that all projects are transitioned on-time, within scope and in compliance to corporate standards
  • Developing project scope and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility
  • Develop a detailed project plan to track progress
  • Develop customer readiness documentation including operational manuals, customers’ guides, and setup templates.
  • Use appropriate verification techniques to manage changes in scope & schedule
  • Perform risk management to minimize project risks
  • Create and maintain comprehensive transitional documentation
  • Prepare and submit monthly reports to the Projects Manager, and update relevant tools and systems.
  • Analysing project progress and solving problems

 

Qualifications

  • 4 Year Tertiary qualification in IT, Commerce or equivalent
  • MBA / Masters Degree is advantageous
  • Minimum of 3 years’ ICT / Telecoms Project Management Experience in a Client Service leadership role within the Mobile Network / Telecoms sector.

Salary: R176 per hour

Contract: 6/12 Months

If interested, please apply directly through LinkedIn, or email your CV to jobs@quest.co.za.

Remember if emailing us directly, to insert “Enterprise Project Lead” in the email subject line, for consideration.

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