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Senior IT Project Manager Infrastructure

Purpose:
Summary:
The Project Manager is a middle level management role who is responsible for overall coordination, status reporting and stability of project oriented work efforts. This includes processes, budgeting, tracking milestones and obstacles ensuring that projects are delivered on-time and within budget.
Key Responsibilities:
Responsible for overall coordination, status reporting and stability of project oriented work efforts.
Establishes and implements project management processes and methodologies for the IT community.
Ensure projects are delivered on time, within budget, adhere to high quality standards and meet customer expectations.
Assembles project plans and teamwork assignments
Directs and monitors work efforts on a daily basis, identifying resource needs, performing quality review; and escalating functional, quality, timeline issues appropriately.
Tracks key project milestones and adjusting project plans and/or resources to meet the needs of customers.
Coordinates communication with all areas of the enterprise that impacts the scope, budget, risk and resources of the work effort being managed.
Assists Program Manager(s) in partnering with senior management
Identify and prioritizes opportunities for utilizing IT to achieve the goals of the enterprise.
Manages one or more cross-functional projects of medium to high complexity.




Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration, or other related field. Or equivalent work experience.
Project Management certification or successful completion of a recognized project management curriculum is required.
Typically has 7 to 10 years of IT work experience, including 4 or more years managing projects.
Experience with projects in multiple technologies and functions.
Must possess extensive knowledge and expertise in the use of project management methodologies and tools, resource management practices and change management techniques

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