AMS Program Manager - 8358

Company Name:
UpStream Global Services
AMS Program Manager
We have an immediate contract opportunity with a large F500 client in the Oakbrook, IL area.
Combination of strong management consulting and actual industry experience with deep knowledge of managing application development for SAP, Oracle and other related systems and AMS Support implementations. Acting as a strategic advisor & lead program manager to the client.
o Work on existing contracts (AMS and Projects) to ensure TMW Quality standards are met across AMS and project delivery, risk/issue logs, ensure continuity of collaboration with offshore peer project/program manager, contract management etc. Expedited resolution of AMS reported incidents.
oContributor to all pre-sales activities in the region including project scoping proposal, project plans and costing. Helping with the negotiations by understanding the pulse of the customer
o Trusted advisor to client IT and business leadershipo Relating strong experience in SAP SCM/APO , SAP ECC and Oracle applications implementations desirable
o Understand client needs and inspire client solutions internally as well as with the client team
o Excellent Client interaction during entire project lifecycle - client satisfaction role, issue resolution, and be the escalation POC
o Conceptualize required business process and technology solutions
o Shared Responsibility for client satisfactiono Relationship with client managers/executives and looking out for opportunities outside of AMS while on the ground working with Bristlecone Field Operationso Helping with the AMS derived opportunities that are not part of an existing contract
o Must have a minimum of 10-12 yrs of Domain & Delivery Program Management Experience with AMS emphasis
o At least 2+ years of pre-sales experience
o Client engagement capabilities Excellent communication and presentation skills
o 5+ years of overall Delivery experience with some Supply Chain included
For immediate consideration please contact:
UpStream Global Services.
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