Network Project Manager

Job Type
600,000 JPY - 800,000 JPY per month (negotiable based on experience)
Japanese Level
English Level
Advanced (TOEIC 860)
Start Date


A famous global insurance company is looking for the right person to join their Network Project Management team. The efforts of this individual will focus on the end to end management of projects that are assigned to the network team. This individual will need to deliver the required services to the network team and its respective internal clients.


‐Draft, edit & update all project plan documentation for assigned projects

‐Produce project progress reports & report them to the network tower head and PMO for review & signoff

‐Manage high level milestones & communicate deliverables to key stakeholders

‐Bi-weekly status reporting of any projects being managed as per PMO standards

‐Input financials for project financial sheet template & review details with finance team for signoff

‐Adhere to standard project governance process and documentation requirements as per the PMO standards and attend regular PMO meetings

‐Submit drafted SOW’s to Network Tower Head for review/signoff

‐Manage issues and risks and escalate to the account managers and program manager as needed

‐Co-ordinate and supervise network engineer and network vendor work

‐Liaise & collaborate with multiple teams, account managers, internal engineering teams & stakeholders to create SOW’s

Required Skills

‐Project Management experience in the Network Infrastructure area

‐Functional understanding of Project Management Methodology

‐Understanding of network hardware and topology and terminology

‐Knowledge of IP Telephony (Cisco Call Manager, Voice gateway, Call Center Voice Recording)

‐Functional understanding MS Office, MS Project, VISIO

‐Knowledge of Network Infrastructure Technology i.e. Routing, Switching, MAN, WAN, QoS, Data Circuits, MPLS, ISDN

‐Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously

Preferred Skills


‐Strong written and verbal communication skills

‐Understanding of the ITIL v.3 framework

‐Vendor management