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POSITION SUMMARY: The Project Manager supports our Client Services & Support IT teamworking closely with our largest institutional clients. This resource will manage and coordinatethe delivery of a project including work plan, schedule, risk / issues, andbudget using project management tools and techniques.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Creates appropriate project documentation,balances stakeholder needs, and effectively negotiates tradeoffs between scope,schedule, and budget
Schedule Management - creates, manages, andunderstands impacts to project scope, constraints, and schedule. Performscritical path analysis
Cost Management - develops, monitors, andassesses project budgets through the entire project life cycle providing fulltransparency to stakeholders
Communication Management - creates and managescommunications with stakeholders providing relevant details for informing anddecision making in the enterprise status report
Risk & Issue Management - identifies andcreates mitigation plans for risks and issues. Utilizes available toolsfor identifying and tracking issues such as the Delivery Risk Assessment, riskworkshops, and Clarity
Resource Management - identifies appropriatestaff, defines roles and responsibilities, develops project organization chartand governance structure
Quality Management - identifies relevant qualitystandards and defines governance, communication, and quality processes
Change Request Management - identifies anddevelops strategy for changes in scope, schedule, and cost
Implementation and Transition Management -creates transition plan, identifies lessons learned, and applies the lessonslearned to future projects
Integration Management - identifies and managesproject and program interdependencies
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