- College graduate, any IT-related course i.e. Computer Science, Computer Engineering, MIS, IT or equivalent experience
- More than one year to three years in the practice of IT Project Management, Technical/
- Functional Skills
- Familiar with generally accepted PM principles. Tools of the trade include Work Breakdown
- Structures, Gantt Charts, PM Plans, Sign of forms for each project phase. The use of PM software is mandatory in this age of software development, thus, knowledge of software like
- MS Project, Open Workbench, or OpenProj is critical.
- Be able to have at least a working knowledge of the product and technologies around it.
- Knowing the product will allow the PM to identify dependencies for the successful implementation of the product and proper organization of the project team. The PM must be able to relate the project lifecycle to the business process of the customer.