The SAP Program Manager is responsible for the development and management of project plans within the framework of Project Management Methodology within a specified region or as assigned by the Director of the PMO.
Experience related to employee selection, with particular emphasis on one of more of the following areas: test development/validation, job analysis, organizational effectiveness, statistical analysis/quantitative methods, and/or adverse impact measurement.
Controls project scope, schedule and cost. Ensures that blueprint plan is being followed with each project. Provides thought leadership to the creation of project plans and facilitates workout sessions and key meetings.
Manage team responsible for several process improvement projects and/or activities, overall responsibility for ensuring project implementation and/or support within scope of responsibility, to include activities such as process flow definition, operational readiness support, process documentation, communication, and/or project management.
The Project Manager is responsible for delivering IT projects to schedule, budget and quality; the role requires a mastery of technical knowledge of project management inter-related process stages, i.e. initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control and close, and the supporting processes e.g. scope, cost, time, issue, risk, resource, communication, stakeholder management.
Ensure test and commissioning activities comply with project strategy and with Transport Information System (TIS) strategy, policies, standards, local regulations and professional engineering standards.
Partner with Business Leaders, HR Business Partners(HRBPs), and other Talent Management teams to enhance training as areas adjust to individual and firm-wide changes including consultants, SMEs, and executives.
Provide operational readiness support for merchandising projects and manages tollgates to ensure projects can be successfully deployed in the field, and are grouped into consolidated programs for fulfillment, distribution, and field execution.