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Average Salary for Business Systems Project Manager in United States

The average salary of a(n) Business Systems Project Manager in United States is $115,527.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Business Systems Project Manager in United States is $55.54.

The average bonus of a(n) Business Systems Project Manager in United States is $10,074.00.

Job Description:

Manages, coordinates, and establishes priorities for complete life-cycle of projects including the planning, design, programming, testing, and implementation of business solutions designed to meet requirements of various departments in the company, such as distribution, finance, and manufacturing. Designs project plans, which identify needs and define major tasks and milestones, based on scope, resources, budget, and personnel. Determines project needs and acquires resources required for the success of the project. Coordinates the development of new systems and/or applications projects, the modification of existing systems or applications, or changes in current methods or techniques. Coordinates project performance with the other work of the affected department or departments. Excludes those who do not have full-time responsibility for project management. Performs feasibility studies to ensure systems adhere to standards and meet user requirements. Conducts financial and budgetary analysis to define project worth and to ascertain which system best fits user needs and company standards. Selects project team members and assigns tasks and responsibilities. Provides direction and technical guidance to project team members. Acts as liaison between implementation personnel, management, and vendors by conducting meetings to review project details and obtain approval and signoffs. Diagnoses and corrects system problems with help from vendors and support team. Oversees production of all deliverables and assesses and enforces project deadlines and works within budget restraints. Processes working knowledge of technical resources such as operating systems, programming languages, and hardware. Less

Manages, coordinates, and establishes priorities for complete life-cycle of projects including the planning, design, programming, testing, and implementation of business solutions designed to meet requirements of various departments in the company, such as distribution, finance, and manufacturing. Designs project plans,... More

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