On a daily basis, the project manager gathers customer requirements via phone, faxes, emails or meetings. The project manager will then offer any consultation to the client or customer regarding the best uses for the company's product or services. The project manager ensures that customer relationships remain strong, and that projects continue to be profitable for the business. The project manager will ensure that all upgrades to the customer system are accurate, and will oversee all projects related to the product or services sold to customers.
The project manager holds meetings for overseeing the status reports for projects. Meetings may include managers or other employees of the company. The project manager also will meet with clients remotely to discuss products or services. The project manager frequently checks on the status of a project with all employees working on it. Any risks or errors in a project are reported to the project manager. The project manager is charged with the responsibility of overseeing all projects in the company, and will often direct project training with employees of the company. Training may also include visiting a client to give a lecture or instruction on how to use a product or service. On-site training is also handled by the project manager.
The hardest part of the job is dealing with a variety of personalities. The most enjoyable part is being successful meeting customer requirements.
great benefit packages including vacation days
work extended long hours