My West Dublin Client is looking to recruit an experienced Website Project Manager to oversee the delivery of their new corporate website
As Project Manager, your job is to help manage the entire life of the project, from conception to live delivery. The key responsibility is to ensure efficient organisation and management of the project to meet deadlines and budgets, whilst communicating regularly & clearly with all involved.
Primarily, you will act as a liaison between the internal Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and the external 3rd party developer, ensuring all tasks are met within agreed timelines and all issues are resolved. Overall, you will ensure that the new corporate website is delivered on-time and in-budget.
Responsibilities of the Post:
Minimum of five years relevant experience in the project management of the delivery of corporate websites – from conception to live delivery.
Experience in working within the confines of the civil/public sector, Tender Management and 3rd-Party Management.
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