PrProject managers, software development are responsible for facilitating development support and supervising the correct completion of software projects on behalf of their organization. They are in charge of providing technical expertise and leadership abilities to complete software programs in a timely manner.
They possess strong attention to detail and can multitask effectively. They are proficient with a variety of programming languages to solve software issues as soon as they arise. They participate in the creation and development of concepts. They utilize their advanced interpersonal skills to communicate with customers, executives, and software professionals to reach a consensus about project requirements, expectations, and final features. Project managers, software development are familiar with different development processed and follow a structured project management route. These managers know how to prioritize and manage strategies to achieve all company objectives in a timely manner. They follow strict deadlines. One of their main duties is managing client requirements and department resources, using their excellent problem-solving abilities and critical thinking. They decide how to allocate company resources to be more productive. Other responsibilities include managing a team of programmers to be more creative and making applications that will satisfy customer needs. They work in an office environment and use a personal computer to plan, research, and code with the help of specialized software tools.
A bachelor's degree in software development management, computer systems, information technology, or a similar field is required for this job. In addition, previous years of work experience as a project manager can be helpful. Software and technology certifications are a plus.
Project Manager, Software Development Tasks
Coordinate delivery of development (beta) and production releases that meet quality assurance standards.
Assist test team in creating test plans and testing efforts.
Create and maintain a information technology project plan that communicates tasks, milestone dates, status and resource allocation.
Assist technical team in design and development tasks.
Utilize software life-cycle methodology.