Project Coordinator/PM (Remote-Based)

Company Name:
The Royak Group Inc.
Project Coordinator/PM (Remote-Based) Please note that candidates must reside in the greater Baltimore vicinity (or near Baltimore). POSITION WILL BE "HOME-BASED" (working remotely out of home). 5% travel to corporate/client sites/Baltimore office CANDIDATES MUST HAVE IBM EQUIPMENT EXPERIENCE TO BE CONSIDERED. This is a new position with a premier IBM VAR that will support 8 Sales Representatives in the local area. The Sales Team's business is concentrated in the Northeast.- Receive a Service Request. Review for complete information and move to secure technical information necessary for step 2. - Take technical information and develop a quote or statement of work. - Send to QA for review. - Receive from QA, and send to sales (and client) - Secure signed copy of SOW, create project. - Assign resources - Capture timesheets and approve - Provide Status Reports to client and manage work flow - Provide strong communications during each step to the Sales Staff and engineers.. - Handle about 20-30 projects monthly. Must have:- Soft skills - Multi tasking - CRM experience - All quotes and projects are done thru CRM Alert Stratus (Field Point software) - Able to work from home. About 5% travel - IBM equipment knowledge-infrastructure - PM and or PMO knowledge - Sense of urgency and resolve - Thick skin - Fast learner - The ability to say no! NOT A PM, NOT A TECH WRITER, but a combo of Both MUST HAVE IBM Equipment experience. Hiring Manager strongly prefers "Baltimore candidates for several reasons: They can meet F2F more frequently/they can travel together to customer locations/most of the work is close to Baltimore although their client base is nationwide - heavy concentration in the NE. MYK62683JR

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