Project Manager - Level 3
Posted on Nov 5, 2020 by NTT Data
This role will lead, working directly with the IES Deputy Director of Program Management, develop and maintain the IES Project Management Office (IES PMO) framework including Standards, Methodologies, and Processes; Portfolio Management; Governance and Performance Management; Project/Program delivery Management; Talent Management; Organizational Change Management and Administration/Support.
Additionally, this position will support the priorities of the IES PMO which are:
Define, deploy and mentor Core project management processes.
Develop reporting, analytics and dashboard tools.
Facilitate resource planning and forecasting process.
Maintain consolidated master project schedule and budget management and governance process.
Define, develop and maintain standardized process and templates to guide the IES project manager on the project management lifecycle and system development lifecycle.
Specifically, create, maintain, and manage:
Project documentation and best practices
Project Management methodologies
Standards and tools
Metrics for project execution
Training and orientation
Resource distribution on all projects
Define, develop and maintain standardized processes for the IES Program including risk and issue management, sub-project interdependencies and resource management.
Prepare and report on IES Program status to executive management with NYS stakeholder agencies including IES Program Director, as well as Project Sponsors, Steering Committees and other governance bodies.
Routine reviews of project management artifacts and work with the project managers to correct, if needed.
Train and mentor project management staff on the IES project management lifecycle.
More than seven (7) years of experience working on complex projects with 2 or more years in a leadership role as a Project Manager.
Minimum of two years' experience as a Portfolio/Program/PMO Manager.
Minimum of one-year experience working in a PMO supporting Health and Human Services eligibility system supporting one or more of the following domains: Medicaid, Public Assistance, SNAP, HEAP, or Child Care.
Minimum experience of managing a program budget of a minimum of $100 million.
At least seven years of experience creating and leading standards development, process development and process improvements in project management disciplines.
At least five years of experience in active management of resource loaded Project Schedules and resource assignments using Microsoft Project.
At least one year of experience managing a master project/program schedule.
Experience with process improvement methodologies, eg, Six Sigma, Lean.
Current PMP or project management certification through Project Management Institute.
At least three years training and mentoring project management staff.
At least nine years of experience implementing projects utilizing industry standard system development life cycle methodologies.
ITIL Foundation certification.