Senior Project Management Consultant


General Job Description:

  • Leads large cross-functional project teams with complex and/or challenging projects through the development of the following:
    • Sponsor documents and high-level schedules;
  • Project charters that concisely define the scope and objectives of the project;
  • Work breakdown structures that include deliverables, work phases and activities;
  • Network diagrams that identify the precedence relationships, durations, responsibilities and resources for all activities;
  • Validation and compression of project schedules that ensure the quality of the project plan, proper analysis of time-cost trade-offs, and compliance with deadlines.
  • Facilitates challenging project teams that involve conflict between team members, and/or other teamwork issues.
  • Analyzes staffing requirements and advises the Project Manager/Sponsor on staffing levels needed to execute the plan according to schedule.
  • Develops project management policies, procedures, standard reports, coding structures, project metrics, project templates, etc.
  • Generates summary-level project status memos for key stakeholders.
  • Mentors clients in the use of project management tools and methods.
  • Coordinates the use and assignment of PMAlliance project management Consultants, Project Coordinators, and Schedule Analysts.

Work Experience Requirements:

  • Ten or more years of progressive work experience in such fields as new product development, systems integration, project management, etc.
  • Proficient using all popular project management software systems (i.e. Primavera P3, P3e, SureTrak, and MS Project) and in using Microsoft Office applications (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

Education Requirements:

  • Must have a Bachelors degree (a technical or business focus i.e. Engineering, Business or Business Administration is preferred).
  • MBA preferred, but not required.
  • PMAlliance’s Project Management Training is required but will be provided upon hiring.
  • Certification by the Project Management Institute as a PMP is required and must be attained during the first year of employment.


  • Strong leadership traits and the ability perform in an environment without on-site supervision or assistance.
  • Good listener with strong analytical and organizational skills.
  • Executive-level oral and written communication abilities.
  • Highly motivated, self-starter requiring little supervision.
  • Team player with excellent people skills.
  • Ability to multitask effectively.

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Project Experience

Portfolio Management
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Demanding, time sensitive, and finely tuned, manufacturing projects require close attention and experienced oversight.
IT Projects
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Power Plants
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High-profile hurdles and expensive risks of failure make these projects critical to manage properly from the very beginning.
Presents complexities at nearly every stage, from allocating resources to controlling schedule variances, or clearing regulatory & safety hurdles.
Ensuring team members are able to move outside the silos of their department or discipline is the key to achieving success.
Product Dev
Design and other early-stage activities must be carefully orchestrated while maintaining visibility on future impacts and resource needs.
Mergers & Acquisitions
Among the riskiest and most strategically important initiatives a company can undertake, and their outcomes can make or break the business.
Finance & Insurance
Technology implementations call for the right level of planning detail and diligent oversight.
An ERP implementation can be among the most disruptive and strategically important initiative an organization can undertake.