- Education equivalent to a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in business, computer science, mathematics, or related field; master’s degree is preferred.
- Mid-level Project Manager should have approximately five to seven (5-7) years of professional-level project management experience in computer systems, business, accounting, and/or business intelligence applications, two (2) years of which are managing “cutting edge” projects.
- Current Project Management Certification (PMP) is required.
- Highly proficient with MS Office, MS Project, MS Teams.
Roles & Responsibilities:
- Under general guidance, the Senior IS Project Manager is responsible for technology projects which may include application development, infrastructure, cybersecurity, process improvement. These may include new projects, upgrades, and system enhancements.
- The Senior IS Project Manager manages and has responsibility for all aspects of generally accepted knowledge areas related to project management, including the following:
- Frequently resolves highly complex project issues creatively utilizing knowledge gained from extensive experience where procedures may not be prescribed or well defined.
- Acts as a mentor to lower-level Project Management team members in all areas of professional responsibility.
- Works in support of the Project Management Office (PMO), and in conformance with the specific PMO processes and procedures outlines.
- Leads project team, and provides the vision to support, plan, analysis, design, build, and implement.
- Clear, concise, and effective communicator, both verbal and written.
- Capacity to manage a high level of complexity and ever-increasing job responsibilities, as needed.
- Manage multiple projects concurrently.
- Manage project from inception through post-deployment support.
- Facilitate meetings with project teams, including internal resources and external vendors.
- Communicate project status to all levels of management, including the Board of Directors, senior executives, management, project sponsors, stakeholders, and team members.
- Oversee, mentor, and train project team members.
- Manage vendor relationships.
- Develop and implement long-range strategies to achieve project milestones.
- Facilitate and manage problem resolution.
- Request and manage resources required, and user involvement.
- Motivate and lead teams to deliver projects that meet requirements on time and on budget.
- Assign project tasks and monitors through completion.
- Document and manage project schedules, issues logs, project finances, status reports, change requests, statements of work, project approvals, and other project deliverables as described in the PMO Processes and Procedures.
- The Consultant’s, typical workweek will be forty (40) hours in duration; however, Personnel should be available to work overtime if needed.
For some assignments, OCTA may require the contract Personnel to have a unique application, system, or implementation experience. (Firm should confirm prior to recruitment efforts.)
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