The person who leads and coordinates a project; may be an in-house employee acting on behalf of the facilities management department, an individual on contract to the company, or an employee of a firm retained to manage projects. In small facilities departments, the facilities manager may assume this role.
The person responsible for leading the team; delivering the project within an approved scope, schedule and budget; conducting quality assurance of the project products; monitoring project progress; and overseeing the project from Pre-Design Phase through Project Close Out Phase.
Person appointed by the Director of Standards. In most cases, the Project Manager is a member of the UL Standards Department Staff, in which case the Project Manager would be a non-voting member of the STP.
Means that member of the Program Staff assigned to oversee the rating of the Pre-Proposal and Proposal for a proposed Project; and after selection, manage the programmatic aspects of a Project, serve as the principal contact for the NFWF Recipient or NFWF Contractor, and perform an Evaluation of the Project.
The person that will oversee all development of the Online Commons project, including division of the total workload among group members, and under the demand of creating a good product within time restraints.
The administrative role that has responsibility for project implementation. The project manager ensures that all features of the system are delivered on time, within-budget, and with appropriate resources. Project managers may have multiple projects.
Sometimes referred to as the data warehouse project manager, the Project Manager has overall responsibility for a project's successful implementation. The Project Manager defines, plans, schedules, and controls the project. The project plan must include tasks, deliverables and resources â€“ the people who will perform the tasks. The manager will monitor and coordinate the activities of the team, and will review their deliverables. If contractors and consultants are used, the Project Manager assigns the tasks, monitors activities and deliverables and assures that knowledge transfer is indeed taking place.
(1) In a translation company, this is the person responsible for total translation project management In international companies, this title is sometimes given to the person who supervises in-house translators, hires freelancers, and manages translations.
The person appointed by the project to manage it effectively, plan the project work, and handle the day to day running of project activities, in consultation with the project partners and any management committee.
A Project Manager is the person responsible for submitting the project, accepting and communicating with volunteers, managing the project, ensuring the evaluation is completed, and for updating the project status on Skills Exchange.
Within JigCell, this is a software component whose purpose is to act as a front end to access the various JigCell components. It is modeled after so-called Integerated Developement Environments (IDEs) commonly used for computer program developement. The project manager is centered around the collection of files (a "project") needed to specify all the various aspects of a single model.
A member of the COR-O-VAN team assigned overall operational responsibility for a project. He or she may be involved in the planning stages of the move, and may be the customer's primary contact after the order is in the hands of the Operations Department.
Individual responsible for the day-to-day progress of the entire project development and implementation. This may be the same person as the owner's representative. Either the project manager or the owner's representative may be an employee of the client or a consulting firm, which has contracted with the client to provide such services.
A DEC staff member within the Division of Environmental Remediation (usually an engineer, geologist, or hydrogeologist) responsible for the remedial program at a hazardous waste site. The project manager works with the Division of Public Affairs and Education, fiscal and legal staff and the Department of Health to accomplish site-related goals and objectives.
The person with the responsibility for managing a project. The project manager is responsible for managing the budget, the workplan and all the project management procedures (scope management, issues management, risk management, etc.).
The person with authority to manage a project. This includes leading the planning and the development of all project deliverables. The project manager is responsible for managing the budget and workplan and all Project Management Procedures (scope management, issues management, risk management, etc.). See 1.0.2 Role of a Project Manager.
is the nominated person in industry responsible for the coordination of the work carried out by the Project team within an ESA contract. The Project Manager liaises directly with the ESA technical officer for all technical matters.
The project manager is the person with the authority to manage a project. The project manager is 100 percent responsible for the processes used to manage the project. He or she also has people management responsibilities for team members, although this is shared with the team member's functional manager. The processes used to manage the project include defining the work, building the workplan and budget, managing the workplan and budget, scope management, issues management, risk management, etc.
The person who has the overall responsibility for the successful planning and execution of any project. This title is used in the construction industry, architecture, software development and many different occupations that are based on production of a product or service.
If you are a admin some project, and you donot like CVS, you must have this! In public part, you can post current files, history of project, open tasks,... Developers can post new code and take the currently , send messages to other devs,...
The DNR Contaminated Staff member in charge of all aspects of a site, including, however not limited to, document review, correspondence to site owners and the public, and onsite visits. Site ID: Sequential number identification of the site record. Used to link the site record to DNR Facility Explorer Web Application.