The Project Manager is required to perform the following tasks:
Plan and manage project Risk through the development and management of the project risk management plan, the project risk register and risk analysis;
Formulate statements of problems; establish procedures for the development and implementation of significant; new or modified project elements to solve these problems, and obtains approval thereof;
Define and manage project time through the development and management of activities, sequencing of activities and project schedule;
Monitor the design, implementation and operations start-up of the proposed system against established goals, objectives and milestones;
Develop and maintain statements of requirement for IT delivered solutions and support the business through implementation;
Monitor the progress of various activities, identifying risks and opportunities and managing change and communications;
Prepare reports (scheduled and ad-hoc) to provide updates on the progress of the project;
Leads, briefs, coordinates and liaises with senior management on project management activities and
Perform other project management related tasks as determined by the Technical Authority
The candidate must have ten (10) years’ experience, within the last fifteen (15) years
in performing project management tasks during the initiation and planning phases in a large IM/IT environment that has 3,000 or more users, or with a project budget of $30 Million or more.
managing the development and implementation of IM/IT systems projects.
developing or implementing release management processes supporting the delivery of IM/IT systems projects.
developing or implementing of risk and issue management processes supporting the delivery of IM/IT systems projects
The candidate will also have one of the following academic credentials:
A degree from a recognized university in the sciences, engineering, Commerce, or IM/IT related studies, or
A diploma (minimum 2 years) from a recognized college in the sciences, engineering, or IM/IT related studies.
The candidate should have one of the following professional project management certifications:
PMP (Project Management Professional Certification); or
PRINCE2 (Projects IN Controlled Environments); or
PMI-SP (Project Scheduling Certification).
Certified Management Consultant (CMC) certificate
Must hold a valid Top Secret security clearance.