What's it like to be a Client Side Project Manager?
There are several different types of Project Managers; they all share core skills, but different positions emphasise different aspects of those roles. Client Side Project Managers work to ensure the delivery organisation and project are aligned to the needs of the client. They are the link between the project and the strategy of the client.
Tasks and duties
- Represent the client organisation. This may mean making decisions on behalf of the client, liaising with the client when necessary and always acting in the best interests of the client.
- Maintain the commercial contract with the delivery organisation and monitor performance.
- Manage the way the client organisation interfaces with the delivery organisation and project.
What can I earn as a Client Side Project Manager?
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How to become a Client Side Project Manager
- Complete the undergraduate degree you think is best suited to your aspirations, such as a project management or business degree. These are normally three or four year courses.
- Additional training might be required depending on the industry you want to work in. For example, if you want to work in the construction industry you will likely need to complete a degree in construction or engineering. If you want to work in the tech industry, for example, you might need to pursue further certification or work experience in the information technology space.
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