Project Manager

A Project Manager works on specific projects that have schedules, timelines and budgets. They are responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the completion of specific projects for an organization while ensuring these projects are completed on schedule.

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Soft Skills

  • Negotiation

  • Scheduling

  • Cost Control

  • Risk Management

  • Contract Management

  • Critical Thinking

  • Communication

  • Leadership

  • Business Case Writing

  • Meetings Management

  • Quality Management

  • Task Management

  • Coaching

  • Project Recovery

  • Tech Savvy 

  • Quick

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Pros

  • There is a constant involvement in creating something new, as there are rarely two similar projects

  • You get to interact with people from diverse backgrounds

  • The self-satisfaction at the end of the project when looking back at the final product of your hard work

  • You get an opportunity to make the team stronger

  • The income of project managers is great

  • If you are someone that thrives on planning and delegating tasks, then you will thoroughly enjoy this job

Cons

  • You have to be flexible in order to accommodate the variables of your job; this industry is rife with unpredictability

  • If you need long-term consistency, this may be difficult to work with. As a project manager, you will see jobs come and go

  • You will be held fully accountable without the proper level of authority

  • There is always a feeling of uncertainty while completing a project

  • You have to constantly learn new things as no projects are the same

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