Project Consultant
EPB - Chattanooga, TN

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The Project Consultant will provide systems automation and technical consultation support for web based projects.

Responsible and accountable to estimate and manage program/project scope for automated system including customer issues, schedules and timelines.
Manage all Project Resources (consultants, contractors, employees, etc); maintain project within budget and on schedule.
Responsible for successful implementation of processes, solutions and products.
Develop system design with functional and technical specifications to meet required functionality, customization, and integration.
Responsible for transition of Legacy web system to new web design system.
Develop, implement and maintain policies, procedures and training plans for new web/mobile products and appropriate uses.
Analyze customer business requirements and application objectives; develop the project implementation plan and schedule.
Plan, manage, and monitor delivery of services.
Consistent reporting to upper management regarding project status and technical issues.
Provide technical documentation, back office systems, and solutions.
Any other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with a minimum of 4 – 6 years related experience and/or training.
Must have experience in Project Management and web design/development.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication, analytical, decision-making skills necessary.
Must have a strong work ethic and solid PC skills including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) and the ability to quickly learn EPB web based systems.

To perform this job successfully, an individual should demonstrate and possess the following talents:

Responsibility: You feel emotionally bound to follow your commitments through to completion. Excuses and rationalizations are totally unacceptable. You are obsessed with doing things right. Your willingness to volunteer may sometimes lead you to take on more than you should. You take full responsibility for how your day turns out. You are confident that you can succeed at whatever you do, as long as you simply take the right actions. You maintain a positive expectation for every action you take. You focus more of your time on seeking solutions rather than staying absorbed in the problem.
Developer: You recognize and cultivate potential in others. You view each individual as a work in progress, alive with possibilities. Your goal is to help others experience success when you interact with them. You look for ways to challenge people, devising interesting experiences that can stretch them and help them grow. Signs of growth in others is your fuel, bringing you strength and satisfaction. Individuals will seek you out over time for help and encouragement. Your helpfulness is both genuine and fulfilling to you.
Communication: You find it easy to put your thoughts into words. You hunt for the perfect phrase. You turn events into stories and practice telling them. You believe most people have a short attention span. You are drawn toward dramatic words and powerful word combinations. People like to listen to you. Your word pictures inspire people to act.
Positivity: You are generous with praise. You always look for the positive in any situation. Your enthusiasm is catching. You always view the glass as half full. You celebrate every achievement. You bring drama to every project. You have the ability to get others excited about the work that they will be doing. You are a positive individual.
Self-Assurance: You have faith in your strengths. You feel confident in your ability to manage your own life. You know your perspective is unique and distinct. You are not easily swayed by another individual’s arguments. You possess an inner compass that gives you confidence that your decisions are right. Your self-assurance may be loud or quiet, yet solid and strong. Your self-assurance withstands many different pressures and keeps you on course.
Focus: You become frustrated if you do not have a clear destination/goal. You instinctively evaluate whether or not a particular action will help you move toward your goal. You are impatient with delays, obstacles and tangents no matter how intriguing. You keep everyone on point. You prioritize your life by choosing whats most important rather than whats most urgent. You focus your attention on the role which you can influence the most at that moment in time. You concentrate your time on the activities that produce the greatest rewards in each of your roles. You handle urgencies as required without losing focus on your preplanned priorities.

Must have the physical capacity to occasionally sit, stand, walk, kneel/squat, bend/stoop, twist body, push/pull, reach above, balance, work long hours, type and file. Must be able to perform simple grasping with both hands.
Must be able to work in an office environment.

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