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ERP Technical Project Manager

Must live near Raleigh, NC or be able to immediately relocate. This is not a remote position.


A snapshot of what you would do:

As an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Technical Project Manager you will work with multiple departments on software integration projects. You’ll be helping to gather and document requirements, establish priorities, run projects through the full lifecycle, and communicate across all levels of the company. 

A little about FilterEasy:

Since 2014, FilterEasy has continued to create a fun and fast-paced work environment driven by dynamic teams. Sure, to some, air filters might not seem like the "coolest" product to sell, but don't be fooled! Once you know the benefits and problems that clean air filters solve, chances are good, you will be as excited as we are to be part of the solution. 

Some things you should enjoy:

  • Manage project deadlines effectively, while maintaining positive relationships
  • Prioritizing, identifying critical path, and making data-based decisions
  • Catching details others overlook
  • Continuous improvement 
  • The energy of working in a start-up
  • Solving complex problems 
  • Running ERP specifically NetSuite implementations

A bit more about what You'll do:

  • Work closely with engineers/developers and stakeholders to build features and streamline software integrations, resulting in a high-quality experience for internal customers
  • Translate broad operational and business needs into non-ambiguous requirements and identify how to implement solutions within the system
  • Lead project execution from initiation through post go-live support
  • Provide recommendations for improvements with ERP systems
  • Lead End User training experience for ERP implementations
  • Facilitate conversations, prioritization, and decision-making among stakeholders, and keep them informed of project progress
  • Provide leadership and motivation to maintain a highly engaged, energized, and effective project team
  • Identify and quickly remove roadblocks in order to keep projects running smoothly
  • Manage multiple concurrent projects (focused primarily on software integrations)
  • Design tests and measure results to support new features and development activities
  • Work as part of Project Management Office (PMO) to establish, constantly improve, and execute project processes
  • Understand the full portfolio of FilterEasy projects to support PMO prioritization and interdependencies between projects in all departments

Some things you have done:

  • Gained at least 3 years of experience managing ERP implementation projects
  • Developed an understanding of PHP database structures and code
  • Implemented NetSuite  
  • Demonstrated success documenting business requirements and obtaining necessary approvals
  • Built and maintained project schedules including Gantt chart


Some things FilterEasy provides employees:

Since we run a lean organization, everyone we hire makes a difference and impacts the business. We strive to make sure we provide as much as we can, and more as we continue to grow, to our employees. Whether it's utilizing some unlimited vacation to refresh, coming to work in casual dress, enjoying our downtown Raleigh office location (with free parking), investing in a 401k, or going to work off some stress with an O2 membership and then returning to have some provided snacks we are sure you will find at least one that "speaks" to you. 



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FilterEasy is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of Any Kind: FilterEasy takes actions to ensure equal employment opportunity for all candidates and employees and to providing employees with a workplace free of discrimination and harassment. Our hiring decisions at FilterEasy are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, family or parental status, or any other status protected by federal and/or state law. FilterEasy does not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. 

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