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Program Manager Staffing

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Tier2Tek Recruitment Firm provides solutions for Program Manager staffing. The Program Manager is responsible for coordinating all an organization’s projects and ensuring milestones are being achieved. Moreover, they are in charge of making sure the projects are in line with company objectives.

For Experienced Program Manager Staffing

Tier2Tek Staffing Company has been staffing and recruiting Program Managers for multiple years. Furthermore, we recognize it takes substantial experience in project management in order to be successful as a Program Manager. Moreover, our screening process ensures the highest level of experience and professionalism so we find top candidates for your organization.

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What Does a Program Manager Do?

The Program Manager oversees multiple projects for the organization. They do not directly oversee individual projects. They manage the overall progression and completion of multiple projects. Additionally, the program manager often creates and manages long-term goals for the organization that aligns with its business strategy.

Finally, the Program Manager produces timely reports to key stakeholders and ensures all projects are on track for completion.

Average Salary

According to GlassDoor, the average salary of a Program Manager is $97,997.

Sample Job Description

A Program Manager has 9-15 years of a large project and/or program management experience. Performs full-performance program management work on one or more highly complex or enterprise-wide information technology programs. This work includes managing the design, development, implementation, and maintenance phases of the program management life cycle.

  • Partners with senior management across the company to identify and prioritize information technology goals and objectives; develops and maintains the program strategy and supporting business cases.
  • Defines and initiates program and project objectives. Assigns project managers to manage cost, schedule, and performance of projects. Oversees multiple projects directed at achieving a strategic goal.
  • Develops, implements, and monitors program budgets that are complex in nature. Allocates shared resources among projects within the program. Prepares reports detailing the status of the program budget and compliance with any requirements as specified by funding sources.
  • Manages the vendor selection process, which includes developing requests for proposals (RFP) and requests for information (RFI), reviewing submitted bids from contractors, and serving as the chair of the vendor selection committee.
  • Develops, negotiates implements, and monitors contracts, ensuring conformance to approved plans and contract specifications. Acts as a liaison to the company’s attorney’s office. Follows prospective contracts throughout the review process and coordinates actions for breach of contract situations.
  • Manages and/or performs lead work over project managers who have been assigned responsibility for various projects within the program. Establishes work plan responsibilities and scope of authority for project managers. Ensures technical proficiency and productivity of project managers/staff and arranges for training as necessary.

Additional Responsibilities

  • Develops and manages plans to ensure compliance with information technology industry standards, internal architecture, and infrastructure protocols, and established business practices. Acts as a liaison with internal and external audit groups to ensure compliance with any auditing standards for associated programs.
  • Manages the overall risk of the program, which includes conducting risk and cost/benefit analyses and devising strategies to deal with unexpected crises and unresolved risks.
  • Monitors program milestones to maintain continuous alignment of program scope with strategic business objectives. Ensures projects within the program are completed within established time and budget schedules. Recommends modifications to project managers to enhance the effectiveness of the business result or strategic intent.
  • Functions as a liaison with senior management, vendors, project managers, and other information technology professionals to communicate program strategy, direction, and changes. Presents information on program performance to elected officials and other stakeholders and resolves high-level conflicts by making broad decisions or negotiating with affected senior management.

Common Certifications for Program Management Staffing

Project Management Professional (PMP)

Certified Scrum Master (CSM)

Google Project Management

Common Skills for Program Management Staffing


Time Management


Other Parallel Career Paths and Jobs

The Project Manager plans and executes multiple initiatives for a company. For example, when a company needs to implement a new solution, the Product Manager identifies, plans, and executes all aspects of the solution. Consequently, they oversee the complete lifecycle of the new initiative.

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Just like a Program Manager, an Operations Manager analyzes and researches ways to create company success. They manage multiple departments toward maximum productivity. Usually, they are involved in human resources, finance, and IT management. Their ultimate responsibility is to increase a company’s operational efficiency.

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Overall, they are the main point of contact for a company in regard to IT. They play a very important role as they make sure all systems are implemented properly and are usually the first ones to respond in the event of an IT emergency or problem with any of the systems. In most cases, they will also design new systems to better fit the company’s needs.

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