8.45 AM: You get a call from the project manager. He confirms that you’ll soon start working on a new project, as you have a project that’s ending soon. He takes you through some first information on the client and the scope of the project.
9.15 AM: You prepare the client meeting you have planned for this morning. You go through the configurations you provided and make sure you have all the information at hand.
10.15 AM: Much deserved coffee break!
10.30 AM: You have a meeting with the client to kick off the project.
Noon: Lunch time!
1 PM: You do some configuration work for customers in line with what you have agreed with the client.
2PM: You have just received a big data excel file from your client, now it’s your job to make sure the import of the data comes into the system.
2.30 PM: You perform the mapping for the sensors and you keep the stakeholders informed on your progress.
3 PM: You get to know a new client a bit better during a workshop. The project has just started and it’s your first time working together. You align on their room reservation needs.
4 PM: Last meeting of the day. You give an update to the client and the project manager on the final stages of the project that’s soon to be finished.
They’re a diverse audience which can range from corporate offices and schools to hospitals and public institutions. You will be the spoc of your clients for all project related questions.
You are frequently in touch with your client to make sure that the solution that you’re implementing, is actually an answer to their problems. You validate whether they understand how our software works and provide the documentation needed.
You will report to Cornel Simons, your Workplace and Projects Team lead. He has extensive experience with change and project management. Your future colleagues describe him as a team-oriented manager. He appreciates transparent communication and is always open for feedback and a little joke from time to time.
You will work in an international team of implementation consultants and project managers. Implementation consultants focus on the technical delivery of the project, just like you. The project managers are in charge of overall communication and coordination of the project.
Next to that you collaborate with our project managers to check how you’re doing on schedule, budget and scope of the project. You reach out to product managers to discuss about certain features a client wants to add to the solution. You align with the sales teams on what has been agreed with the client at the start of the project. You inform our finance department about how many hours you have worked for which client.
Even if you don’t fit all the boxes, don’t hesitate to apply if you think you could make an impact in this role!