Become a Project Manager
Responsible for the oversight of multiple projects conducted simultaneously. You’re responsible for the plan of action based on the customer and application areas. You’ll play a major role in the communication between all parties of the project. Because the integrity of the project depends on effective communication, the project manager must ensure clear and consistent communication of all project details.
Careers in Project Management
This position is in charge of a specific project or projects within the company. As project manager, you’ll maintain all aspects of the specific project including planning, budgeting, and documenting the data. You’ll work closely with upper management and other key stakeholders to make sure that the scope and direction of each project is on schedule.
Salary range: $64,676 – $109,305
Accomplishes work requirements by orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, and coaching employees. You’ll meet the work standards by following production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards by resolving operational problems as well as identifying improvements through the work process. You’ll enhance the department’s reputation by attending various professional development sessions in order to explore job opportunities.
Salary range: $50,480 – $97,980
Production planners are also known as production schedulers, managers, controllers and coordinators. You’ll be involved in the logistics of supply chain management and spend most of your time on business and organizational aspects of producing and distributing products.
Salary range: $35,568 – $73,170
Other job titles:
- Project Lead
- Project Specialist
- Project Engineer