Manages medium to large size IT projects and like sized phases of enterprise IT projects utilizing GHS standardized Project Management Methodology (PMM). Will manage multiple projects concurrently. Works collaboratively with project stakeholders and functional managers to develop project goals and objectives, set project timeline, manage change, and control scope. Responsible for managing project artifacts. Effectively utilizes project management tools. Leads project team in collaboration with IT functional leadership to achieve project goals and objectives on time and within budget. Reports and appropriately escalates project progress, concerns, and issues to project stakeholders and IT leadership. Receives direction from more experienced project managers and IT functional managers. Mentors less experienced project managers.
COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
Demonstrated ability to successfully lead medium to large sized technology and/or business projects using a standardized methodology.
Demonstrated success leading multiple technology and/or business projects in excess of 96 person-months effort (i.e. 8 FTEs for duration of 12 months).
Must possess outstanding verbal and written communication skills along with strong facilitation and presentation skills, and the ability to bring a project team to consensus on issues. Must be able to communicate difficult/sensitive information in a diplomatic and tactful way.
Demonstrated capability to successfully handle multiple project teams and multiple tasks simultaneously and under strict deadlines.
Demonstrated knowledge of and practical application of formal project management methodologies, including PMI's PMBOK® Guide.
Experience using project management software, including Microsoft Project, is required. Demonstrated knowledge of formal business analysis methodologies, including IIBA's BABOK® Guide preferred.
Demonstrates a high level of initiative and independence.
Demonstrated experience working in a matrixed environment is required.
Experience in health care is preferred.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Associate's or Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Business, or Information Systems required. Min of six (6) years of experience managing projects in a lead role, or working on successful ITrelated projects required. Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification or equivalent within 12 months is required.
In lieu of degree, minimum of Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) or Project Management Professional (PMP) plus eight years related IT project management experience required.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Work is typically performed in an office environment.
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