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Manages and coordinates the delivery of a projectincluding work plan, schedule, risk / issues, and budget using projectmanagement tools and techniques
Leads team on medium tolarge-sized projects
Proactively manages performance,cost, scope, schedule, quality, and other key project management activities andbehaviors
Identifies, manages, andescalates risks, issues, and changes requests to appropriate decision makersbased on established escalation criteria
Possesses professional knowledgeof product / function and applies knowledge to project activities to enhancedelivery
Deeply understands all projectmanagement disciplines and their key activities, processes, and artifacts
Understands the relationship oftheir project(s) to the overall program
Successfully manages projectswith 10 or more resources through full project lifecycle
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Team Mentoring and Leadership - Works with team members to set and achieve development goals. Provides constructive feedback throughout the project lifecycle. Performs effectively as a mentor for individuals in ways that contribute to the development of future leaders
General Project Management - Creates appropriate project documentation, balances stakeholder needs, and effectively negotiates tradeoffs between scope, schedule, and budget; Balances needs of multiple stakeholders. Gains buy-in from groups who may be resistant to change
Schedule Management - Creates, manages, and understands impacts to project scope, constraints, and schedule. Manages projects according to work plan. Performs critical path analysis
Cost Management - Develops and routinely reassesses project budgets to account for variances and ensures accuracy. Creates budget reports to compare actual with forecasted costs
Communication Management - Creates performance and status reports for relevant stakeholders
Risk & Issue Management - Develops and manages project risk and issue management plans. Analyzes risks by probability and severity to assess their impact on project delivery. Implements procedures to mitigate risk threats. Utilizes available tools for identifying and tracking issues such as the Delivery Risk Assessment, risk workshops, and Clarity.
Resource Management – Develops project organization chart and governance structures. Defines roles and responsibilities of team members
Quality Management – Defines processes and standards around governance, communication, and quality. Develops deliverable acceptance plans and criteria
Change Request Management - Identifies and develops strategy for changes in scope, schedule, and cost. Develops strategic rationale for change including costs, benefits, tradeoffs, etc.
Implementation and Transition Management - Creates transition plan, identifies lessons learned, and applies the lessons learned to future projects.
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