Project Lead

Project Lead

The Project Lead achieves high performance standards for his or her team by:
  • Managing client and company projects to a high degree of execution

The Project Lead reports to the Project Management Director; he or she oversees the following duties as designated by functional area. 

Project Planning

  • Oversees project planning process by coordinating with the Project Management Director to cover performance measurements, baseline management, possible variances
  • Coordinates with Project Management Director and defines team roles and responsibilities with relation to members of different WebCreek departments
  • Oversees kick-off meeting with client 
  • Defining business vision and strategy
  • Defining project vision (from sponsor)
  • Defining roles and responsibilities
  • Defining team commitments
  • Defines decision-making process
  • Coordinates with client, CEO, and Business Analyst to examine and outline project requirements
  • Key milestones, approaches, risk analysis, and other components as dictated by the size and nature of the project

Project Execution

  • Oversees project execution, managing team member duties and reporting to the General Manager or CEO as needed on tasks performed during the execution phase, which include:
  • Managing team process developments
  • Resource management
  • Procurement management (if needed)
  • Setting up tracking systems
  • Ensuring task assignments are executed
  • Overseeing status meetings
  • Updating project schedules
  • Modifying project plans as needed
  • Communicating clearly and with clients
  • Monitors Key Performance Indicators during execution phase, such as:
  • Project Objectives
  • Measuring if a project is on schedule and budget is an indication if the project will meet client or company objectives
  • Quality Deliverables
  • Determining if specific task deliverables are being met
  • Effort and Cost Tracking
  • Accounting for the effort and cost of resources to see if the budget is on track. 
  • Project Performance
  • Monitoring changes in the project, taking into consideration the amount and types of issues that arise and how quickly they are addressed, e.g. unforeseen circumstances and scope changes. 

Project Closure

  • Creates closing documents for work phases, including final budget and final report 

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