Jr. Project Manager **job details:** + location:Bothell, WA + salary:$40 - $45 per hour + date posted:Monday, June 10, 2019 + job type:Contract + industry:Health Care and Social Assistance + reference:692657 **job description** Jr. Project Manager job summary: **Randstad has an excellent opportunity for a Jr. Project Manager in Bothell, WA** You'll act as a liaison between the development teams and other internal groups such as Product Management, Design, Docs, Legal and Marketing to ensure clear lines of communication are maintained and program delivery is smooth and effective. location: Bothell, Washington job type: Contract salary: $40 - 45 per hour work hours: 8am to 5pm education: Bachelors responsibilities: + You'll work and report to the program manager the status of the project. + You'll track and report on project/sprint progress, and drive resolution of issues. + Working with your peers across the organization, you'll coordinate related or dependent release activities. + You'll ensure your team has the necessary resources and support to ensure success. qualifications: **3+ years of experience on multiple technical projects** · Cloud based application PM experience focused on clients or services. · Excellent written and verbal communication with all levels of technical and non-technical staff. · Able to establish goals and set clear expectations, prioritize activities, and follow through to completion. · Excellent interpersonal skills, including negotiation and problem resolution in a cross-functional team. · Understanding of development methodologies including waterfall and agile (including Lean or Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)). · Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills. · Able to clearly, concisely, and regularly communicate status, issues, and risks to project stakeholders. · Able to function effectively and consistently when faced with frequently changing and sometimes ambiguous goals skills: · Expertly manage cross-functional communication within the internal development team or with third-party vendors. · Work with cross-functional team leadership to establish goals and milestones that align with our design requirements and also account for development team dependencies. · Add value in technical discussions about feature design and implementation. · Communicate the impact of feature or schedule changes to teams that are potentially affected. · Communicate how product-level goals fit into, and are influenced by, larger divisional goals, and how the team's work impacts the success or failure of the division. · Identify and document the requirements for an area or product. · Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.