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          Helping you find a career in the project manager industry

          A project manager is responsible for ensuring specific business activities, processes or objectives are successfully completed with minimum obstacles. People who take on this role tend to thrive in fast-moving environments and know how to handle pressure. They'll also be skilled problem-solvers and great communicators.

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          What does a Project manager do?

          Typical responsibilities that will be included in a project manager job description are:

          • Implementing processes in line with the Project Management Institute (PMI) UK guidelines
          • Budgeting
          • Planning project timelines
          • Plotting out action plans
          • Calculating project cost
          • Co-ordinating between different departments
          • Monitoring and controlling activities
          • Mitigating and removing barriers that may prevent the project from moving forward
          • Regularly updating management on the project's progress
          • Analysing and reporting upon of the project's success once it's completed
          How much does a Project manager get paid?

          Companies will pay project managers relatively to how sophisticated a project is. For example, IT project schemes tend to be relatively complicated and so the salary will reflect this.

          The average project manager salary is between £20,000 to £35,000. After a few years of experience, the average salary increases quite signifantly to anything from £40,000 to £80,000.