We are passionate data engineers and software developers who change the way organizations treat data. Since 2008 we have been delivering numerous high-standard and large-scale analytics’ projects for more than 200 customers, startups and enterprises.
The BI Project Manager will perform duties related to technical development & skill advancement, project management, account management, business development, and a strong focus on people management. Management responsibilities will include over-site of 3-5 team members, conducting one-on-one meetings, participating in the employee review process, and supporting the team throughout the life cycle of projects. Account management and business development within their assigned accounts will be a key aspect of a BI Project Manager role.
- Conduct one-on-one meetings with direct reports at a minimum of once a month, more frequently is recommended, especially for recent analysts.
- Be the champion for direct reports for upper management
- Conduct performance evaluations as necessary for team members on projects or as direct reports.
- Guide team members with personal goals, off-line team development tasks, and help team members achieve personal growth.
- Maintaining timelines, sprints, resources, budget, and risks for projects and communicate it to both the client and Keyrus leadership.
- In the delivery stage, the Managing Consultant will manage all aspects of the project as a PMO-style leader but may also serve as Lead Developer on the project.
- When acting as PM on large projects, this person will also be responsible for conducting annual reviews with team members on that project, together with each team member’s line manager.
- The BI Project Manager is in charge of the quality of delivery. This entails conducting design & code reviews, managing the quality assurance plan, unit testing & stress testing solutions, deployment, and handover to client.
- Responsible to have a detailed knowledge of the client’s operational model and structure the right solution in accordance to the client need. They are the champion of the solution within the client, be able to challenge the client when appropriate on technical aspects of the project and propose new ways of working based on industry knowledge, best practices and qualified experience.
- Knowledge of common data modeling theories in order to architect upcoming projects to avoid common pitfalls.
- The BI Project Manager is ultimately responsible for meeting client expectations.