Project Manager (Network Relocation)

Job Type
800,000 JPY - 900,000 JPY per month
Japanese Level
Advanced (JLPT Level 1)
English Level
Advanced (TOEIC 860)
Start Date
September 13, 2018


A global insurance firm is hiring a Project Manager (Network Relocation) for their PMO team. 


The Project Management Office operates to support the deployment of infrastructure across Japan. We partner closely with global leadership and local business stakeholders to deliver value in a timely and efficient manner. The team consists of nearly 20 bilingual professional project managers reporting to the Project Director.


You will focus on real estate moves, adds, and changes. In 2019, there will be numerous changes in the company's branch locations, and you will coordinate the changes in infrastructure at the physical sites (mostly network connectivity).


As a part of the global Infrastructure Services organization, this division offers IT infrastructure services to the company's other Japan based business units, covering design, build, deploy, operate, and maintain all physical infrastructure. This also includes data centers, physical and virtual servers, databases, core network connectivity, end-user devices, call centers, branch and office infrastructure, mainframe systems, and help desk support. Infrastructure in the cloud is a recent strategic direction.









Required Skills

‐Experience leading cross functional projects

‐PM leadership experience

‐Project management experience in physical Network infrastructure relocation related to office moves etc.

‐Ability to manage multiple work streams in a project

‐Ability to identify, understand, and communicate business needs for technical project

‐Execution and analytical skills

‐Experience in understanding and communicating technical concepts to a non-technical audience

‐Ability to interact well with program leadership and senior management

‐Leadership skills, including the ability to mentor, coach and develop staff











Preferred Skills

‐PMP/Prince2 certification

‐Understanding of waterfall methodology