Job Description: Technical Project Manager

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Technical Project Managers translate corporate business requirements in actionable IT plans and coordinate implementation efforts. Use this sample job description to find the right candidate for this critical position.

The attached document is a typical job description for a Technical Project Manager.

The Technical Project Manager directs the development of IT strategy that supports the company's strategic business plan and coordinates this effort across IT. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Leading a team that assumes responsibility for strategy and development, including systems and application development, vendor management and legacy systems integration
  • Collaborating with IT management and IT colleagues to translate corporate/functional business and information objectives into an IT strategic/tactical business plan
  • Consulting within the IT organization to develop appropriate support for IT-centric projects from various technology and service departments

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