Klove Studio, nestled in the quiet corner of Green Park, New Delhi is an enthusiastic and energetic design company that specializes in bespoke lighting and glass installations. We are currently hiring energetic and experienced Project Manager who loves challenges and has positive approach towards work.
A project manager is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the completion of projects while ensuring that these projects are delivered on time, on budget, and within defined scope.
· Broadly, project manager’s key responsibilities include tracking the “project life cycle,” which consists of five phases (or processes):
o Initiating - define the main objectives of the project, its purpose, and its scope and identify key internal and external stakeholders, discuss shared expectations, and gain the required authorization necessary to move a project forward.
o Planning - Once the project is defined, project manager will work with key stakeholders to create an integrated project plan focused on attaining the outlined goals. The plan established during this process helps project managers oversee scope, cost, timelines, risk, quality issues, and communications. It is during this phase that project managers will outline key deliverables and milestones and identify the tasks that must be completed to complete each.
o Executing – Ensure hassle free and smooth execution of the project by making sure that all required material is available, the team is focussed and have clarity of work, quick solution to issues and lead the team in right direction.
o Monitoring and Controlling – Regular checks and monitoring the progress of on-going projects and making sure it is meeting its defined scope and milestones.
o Closing - Work with the client to get formal sign-off that the project is complete and the client is satisfied. Release any resources (budget or personnel) who are no longer needed for the project and review the work of third-party vendors or partners in order to close their contracts and pay their invoices. It is important to document and archive project files for future reference and use.