Wireless Project Manager

Columbia, MD


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Job Description


Job Description
This individual is responsible for the cost, quality and schedule for assigned projects for work performed by internal staff and resources, and external vendors for wireless infrastructure projects for new site build and modifications to existing facilities. The project manager prepares the scope of work, pricing, resources and schedule for new and proposed projects in accordance with existing contract terms and conditions. The project manager is responsible for managing site acquisition, engineering and construction projects in compliance with established processes and policies established by the company, the client, and regulatory agencies. He/she will enforce the Nsoro quality program and ensure that appropriate safety guidelines are followed in the performance of the work by staff and vendors. The position reports to the senior program manager for the geographic market.
  • Safety: Implements the company safety policy for assigned projects and ensures that work practices meets or exceeds all current company and industry standards and applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Monitors execution of safety plan and performance of work performed by internal staff and resources and external vendors, and conducts project safety inspections.
  • Cost and financial management: prepares cost proposals based upon established unit rates and/or solicits cost proposals from vendors based upon a written scope of work. Responsible for managing the financial cycle including bidding and proposals, purchase orders, and review and approval of vendor invoices. The project manager is accountable for managing the project budget, project financial tracking and reporting, and project close-out.
  • Quality: understand, train and enforce the company quality program, processes and standards. Manage the inspection and acceptance work performed by vendors and company resources including the quality of services, equipment and materials, engineering documents, and other required project deliverables. Implement and achieve the company Zero Defect Policy.
  • Schedule: plan and implement all project staff, vendors and resources in accordance with the established project schedule. Manage and report progress in compliance with defined milestones by maintaining current and accurate records on internal and client database and document control systems.
  • Contract Administration: the project manager is required to understand the technical and commercial terms and conditions of the client master services agreement with Nsoro. All work shall be performed in compliance with the contract requirements, scope of work and pricing.
  • Associated responsibilities for the management of Project Coordinators and Construction Managers



Skills required:

5-7 years of previous Project Management experience in Wireless Telecommunications.  
Bachelor’s degree
Project Management training and certification, preferred
PMI/PMP certification, preferred
Contract Management training and certification, preferred
Project Scheduling with critical path and risk assessment/mitigation skills
Financial acumen for project financial performance

Key Competencies:
Excellent level of oral and written communication
Excellent customer relationship skills
Ability to work under pressure
Excellent planning, organizing, decision making skills
Strong knowledge of Project Management Tools and Methodology
Contract Management and Change Management skills
Financial Management - drive to obtain committed project profitability
Attention to detail
Proven track record of successful project implementation
Risk assessment and risk mitigation experience
Team focused
Excellent computer skills (Power Point, MS Excel, Microsoft Project, MS Word etc…)


“Employee Performance will be measured to insure quality and timeliness based on the duties and responsibilities outlined in this job description overview.  The expected performance measurement will be tracked by a combination of management evaluation and proper utilization of DYNIS systems.”