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Infrastructure Project Manager

Belgium

YOUR FUNCTION:

As a Project Manager, you are responsible for preparing the project plan and for the planning of infrastructure projects, monitoring and updating budgets, issues, risks and scope, detecting and managing change, team management, and quality control. You take care of internal and external communication and reporting, make preparations for the working groups and steering groups and take care of reporting their activities and are responsible for managing the internal services, the customer, and third parties. Finally, you provide support in the presales phase of a project by coordinating the preparation of complex tenders, estimating, evaluating, and/or monitoring the project management component within tenders and project risk analysis.

YOUR PROFILE:

  • A minimum of 3 years of experience in managing projects of at least 100 man-days
  • A broad technical understanding of the functional aspects as well as technical concepts and operational management within ICT.
  • Familiar with the following technical concepts: OS, server platforms, storage, networking, security, 3-tier, collaboration, application delivery (server-based computing, software distribution), management systems
  • Experience in coaching and managing people
  • Experience with a project methodology is an advantage
  • Willingness to quickly familiarize yourself with certain technical aspects if necessary
  • Good communication skills and knowledge of Dutch, French and English
  • Driven and passionate when it comes to making a success of your project
  • Good organizational skills and a healthy dose of creativity
  • Used to working accurately and precisely
  • Customer oriented

OUR OFFER:

  • The opportunity to have a meaningful job where you can make a difference
  • The chance to continuously evolve as a professional, coupled with a variety of training opportunities
  • Relevant career opportunities to get you where you want to be, with the IT knowledge you need
  • Realdolmen wants you to find a balance between work and private life by offering flexible hours, satellite offices and home working
  • 32 days of annual leave, because life isn’t all about working
  • Forget about the miles: we provide you with a company car and a national fuel card

Got any questions or need to find out more before applying? Get in touch with Pol Van Dionant, our Talent Officer, at +32 2 801 52 18.

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Industriezone Zenneveld
A. Vaucampslaan 42
1654 Huizingen

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