Salesforce Project Manager

How you explain to your mom what you do for a living now

I work for an IT organization with offices in Belgium and The Netherlands. I tell everybody what to do and take all the credits at the end of a project. I earn tons of money. Just kidding, mom ;-). Whenever we have a client project, I see that every step of the process runs smoothly and within budget. I am the glue between all team members and responsible for an on-time delivery of their work.


What you really do

  • You are responsible for managing various projects and you will also coordinate a team of experienced functional analysts and developers
  • As main task you will ensure the smooth implementation of projects. You take the planning into account and you make sure that the required quality is reached.
  • On a regular basis you report on the progress of the project and communicate transparently to all the various parties involved
  • You ensure proper follow-up in which you encourage, coordinate and motivate the involved team members
  • You will have projects in Belgium as well as in the Netherlands


What we ask of you

  • You have a bachelor degree, preferably in IT
  • You have a minimum of 5 year experience in the management of ICT projects
  • Knowledge of Scrum and Agile methodologies is a plus
  • Previous experience with Salesforce projects is a bonus but not required


How you tackle this

You have a good sense of responsibility and you are customer & result oriented. Your work is well organized and you are able to prioritize. Coordinating the different parties within a project is no issue for you. You have excellent communication skills and you are a born negotiator. Coaching is one of your strongest assets and you know how to motivate and coordinate a team of IT experts.


What we offer you

  • The usual attractive salary package, company car, fuel card and laptop
  • The always numerous additional benefits, discounts and deals
  • A no-nonsense culture with short communication lines, what you see is what you get
  • Time and space to sketch your own career path
  • Work hard, play harder