MS - Project Manager

Job type:
on-site
Start:
ASAP
Duration:
1 year + 1-2 year extension
From:
Peoplesourcer
Place:
Florida
Date:
02/24/2015
Country:
flag_no USA
project ID:
856611

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Required:

Minimum Experience:

  • Active PMP (Project Management Professional) Certification
  • Demonstrated understanding and expertise in the application of the standards and principles contained in the Project Management Institute (PMI)'s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)
  • Experience establishing a PMO for 2 or more ERP projects or similarly large technology projects
  • Minimum of 10 years' experience in project management, project risk management and quality assurance
  • Possess expert-level skills in the use of Microsoft Project for dynamic scheduling
  • Proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office suite
  • Verifiable communication (verbal and written), leadership, analytical, and decision-making skill

Preferred Experience:

  • Active Risk Management Professional ( PMI-RMP ) certification
  • Six Sigma certification
  • 3 years' experience leading planning activities for an ERP or similarly large technology project
  • Experience with financial ERP applications
  • Experience working with State of Florida Agencies

Scope:

  • The Project Manager shall serve in a leadership capacity throughout the contract. The Project Manager shall collaborate across Project Teams to provide guidance for managing the Project. The Project Manager will serve as a subject matter expert in project management and ERP advisor to the Project Team.
  • The Project Manager shall assist in planning and strategy activities related to the Project. The Project Manager will work with the Project Team to review the strategic plans developed by each Track for consistency and compatibility with the Project Management Plan. The Project Manager shall collaborate and assist the Project Director, PMO Manager, Project Team members and Project Sponsors, as requested in all planning activities. The Project Manager will collaborate with the OCM Team to develop and maintain the processes to identify all people and organizations impacted by the Project, analysing stakeholder expectations and impact on the Project, and developing appropriate management strategies for effectively engaging stakeholders in project decisions and execution.
  • The Project Manager shall serve as the risk manager and will identify, assess, document and recommend mitigation strategies by updating the risk log at a minimum of bi-weekly to reduce project risks.
  • The Project Manager shall support preparation of weekly Project Status Reports and conduct monthly Project Management Reviews with the Project Director, PMO Manager, and others as identified, detailing the previous period's achievements and progress on upcoming and existing activities; changes; identified risks and recommendations to mitigate risk, communicate forecasts; and assess project progress. The Project Manager will develop metrics and measurements to demonstrate project progress, evaluating and revising project procedures as necessary.
  • The Project Manager shall perform PMO support services that include, but are not limited to, developing, maintaining, updating, and administering project management toolsets and project artifacts such as the Project Charter, Pre-DDI Project Management Plan ( PMP ), the Project Schedule, and any special reports tasked to the PMO. The Project Manager shall also provide ongoing project management services identifying improvement activities for current project management processes, methods, tools, and templates. Continuous improvement activities are expected to increase the effectiveness of the PMO by utilizing research, lessons learned, and professional benchmarking.
  • The Project Manager shall provide administrative project assistance to the PMO and other Project Tracks including:
  • Training the Project Team on related project management functions and procedures
  • Coordinating meetings by scheduling, preparing agendas/supporting documentation, keeping meeting minutes, and creating summaries
  • Drafting, proofreading, and editing materials, as needed
  • Reviewing of project deliverables, as appropriate
  • Assisting in the maintenance of project artifacts
  • Researching, collecting, evaluating and refining data necessary to meet project reporting and evaluation requirements
  • The Project Manager shall participate in the review of the Requirements Traceability Matrix (BPS Deliverable 18, RFQ IC 14/15-06). The Project Manager will work with the PMO Manager to develop and administer a plan to effectively manage requirements throughout the Project. The Project Manager and PMO Manager will determine the timeframe for developing and administering the plan after the review of BPS Deliverable 18.
  • The Project Manager shall complete transition services including facilitating lessons learned meetings and creating a lessons learned document related to this PMO Support Services contract as well as the overall FCR project. Transition services also include providing all of the documents, software, software licenses and other project artifacts to the Project Team.
  • The Project Manager shall perform other duties as assigned by the PMO Manager, Project Director or their designee(s).

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