Materna US is currently looking for an experienced Senior Project Manager to support our U.S. Operations as well as our customers in the aviation industry. As our new Senior Project Manager based in Denver, Colorado, you manage the delivery of projects including software and hardware components as well as construction site management.

Essential Duties & Tasks 
• Perform Project Manager duties for assigned projects. Initial project includes delivery, install and operation of new Common Use Kiosk and Ticket Counters for the Great Hall Project at DEN 
• Manage delivery of projects including software and hardware components as well as construction site management 
• Work with the Contracts Team and ensure that contractual terms are negotiated pre-award, that these protect the company’s interests and are proactively executed throughout the project life-cycle 
• Achieve satisfaction of the customer, meet their commitments and build high-quality relationships with our customers 
• Deliver as-sold contract margins through the effective execution of proactive issues, change, quality and risk management disciplines 
• Provide project status updates according to company policy. Ensure company financial and risk reporting policies are rigorously adhered to 
• Participate in annual performance reviews using company PMP process with the objective of achieving continuous improvement; attend training courses and industry conferences as necessary for business awareness and self-development 
• Management of your team in accordance with company’s Management Charter and adhere to the Human Resources processes described in the Employee Handbook 
• Provide change requests from the customer and support opportunities and/or act as the Opportunity Manager for specific opportunities for the assigned project/contract
Minimum Requirements (if applicable): 
The successful candidate will have five to seven years of Project Manager experience in the Airport or Airline industry (desirable - Prince II Practitioner, PMP or PMI certification). Also, strong communication skills, both verbal and nonverbal, and the ability to understand and communicate effectively and efficiently is required. An understanding of how software and hardware components operate and integrate with current platforms (e.g., integrating into and working with the Airport’s current systems) is needed. The candidate will have experience in managing systems development/integration projects, ideally involving business-critical real-time/on-line systems; a successful record of accomplishment in managing multiple projects and using formal project management methods; proven experience of successfully building, leading and motivating a team(s); the ability to ensure costs are within the established budget and products are delivered/installed on time; experience building and maintaining strong working relationships with stakeholders, customers and airport/airline personnel; experience working collaboratively, including appreciation of the importance of understanding and meeting local legislative and cultural requirements; and willingness and ability to travel and work overseas for potentially protracted periods (multiple weeks).
Salary/Benefits: Not available
Submission Deadline: Open Until Filled
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