Project Manager Duties and Responsibilities

The project manager organizes, plans, schedules, and controls the field work and is responsible for the project completed within the time and cost limitations. He acts as the focal point for all feats of the project and brings together the efforts if all organizations having input into the construction process.


  • Creating a plan, executing a plan, and adjusting the plan as necessary
  • Manage the project taking into account integration across all areas.
  • Monitor and manage the project budget
  • Monitor and manage the project risk.
  • Deal with operational issues.
  • Organise steering committee meetings, including ensuring that minutes will be taken.
  • Engage with stakeholders.
  • Develop Project Plan.
  • Direct project resources.
  • Monitor and manage the project schedule.
  • Report to the steering committee, raising strategic issues.
  • Prepare Project Status Reports and Project Change Requests for the steering committee.
  • Ensure project meets requirements and objectives .
  • Manage project team members.
  • Negotiate and resolve issues as they arise across areas of the project and where they impact on other activities, systems and projects.
  • Look after the interests of the project team.
  • Organise and chair project reference group meetings, as appropriate.
  • Communicate project status to project sponsor, all team members, and other relevant stakeholders and involved parties .
  • Maintain project documentation.


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