Technical Project Managers Salaries in Texas

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USD 123,550 /yr

Average Base Pay

Low Average High

Average annual salary:

USD 104,030

Lower end of salary range

USD 122,559

Average of salary range

USD 135,785

Higher end of salary range

Cities in Texas with the Most Jobs for Technical Project Managers

Here are the top 6 cities in Texas with the most jobs for Technical Project Managers and the average yearly salary in each:

CompTool's Squirrel includes 977 jobs postings for Technical Project Managers in cities across Texas.

Latest Technical Project Managers Jobs

Discover the latest competitive salaries for Technical Project Managers in Texas.

Job Title Company Salary
Technical Manager Entertainment - Project Universal Parks & Resorts USD 87,500
Technical Project Manager - Mid Level United Services Automobile Association USD 125,990
Technical Project Manager Automotive domain only Prolim Corporation USD 106,643
IT Project Manager - 1179 (No Corp - Corp, W2 only) Bridgewater Consulting Group USD 118,560
Technical Project Manager/Business Analyst Phoenix Staff USD 116,480
Technical Project Manager Volto Consulting USD 105,040
Senior Project Manager, Information Security & IT Infrastructure StandardAero USD 98,000
IT Project Manager Apex Capital USD 116,000
Infrastructure Technical Project Manager BuzzClan USD 100,000
Technical Project Manager Telnet (Rockville, MD) USD 125,000

Companies With Most Job Postings in Texas For Technical Project Managers

If you're looking for a diverse range of job opportunities, consider exploring positions at these companies, which have a significant number of Technical Project Managers job postings in Texas:

FAQs

Here are some frequently asked questions related to Technical Project Managers job postings and salaries in Texas:

Q What qualifications are needed for a Technical Project Manager job in Texas?
A Qualifications for a Technical Project Manager in Texas generally include a bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, or a related field, several years of experience in project management, strong technical skills, proficiency with project management software, and often industry-specific certifications like PMP (Project Management Professional) or Agile certifications.
Q What are the primary responsibilities of a Technical Project Manager in Texas?
A Primary responsibilities typically include planning and overseeing technical projects from conception to completion, coordinating between cross-functional teams, managing project timelines and budgets, ensuring project milestones are met, and communicating project status to stakeholders.
Q How does the Technical Project Manager salary in Texas compare to other states?
A The salary for Technical Project Managers in Texas varies based on factors such as experience, industry, and company size. In general, the salary in Texas is competitive with other states, with some variations due to the cost of living and local demand for skilled project managers. Texas may offer a lower cost of living than some other states with similarly competitive salaries, providing a favorable overall financial situation for Technical Project Managers.
Q Are there specific industries in Texas where Technical Project Managers are in higher demand?
A Technical Project Managers are in demand across various industries in Texas, particularly in sectors such as technology, healthcare, construction, energy, and financial services. Texas's diverse economy offers numerous opportunities in cities with high-tech hubs, such as Austin and Dallas, where there is a higher concentration of tech companies and startups that require skilled project management professionals.

List of Job Postings for Technical Project Managers in Texas

Explore our extensive list of Technical Project Managers job postings in Texas. Whether you're seeking your first job or considering a career move, you'll find a diverse range of opportunities. Click on the job titles to access more details and application links.

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