In this role, the selected candidate will manage highly complex IT projects with significant associated risk; depending on the role, may oversee multiple projects through the direct or indirect management of other project managers.
In this role, you will ensure that the product development process abides by all defined cross-disciplined standards, meets the intent and letter of Phased Review Discipline and all compliance and regulatory needs of the applicable markets.
In this position, you will support full system delivery lifecycle from concept planning through to final delivery and post event debrief, assisting with planning and supporting enforcement of project deadlines and schedules.
In this role, the selected candidate primary focus of most of the projects will be from an enterprise-wide perspective rather than functional business application standpoint. Most projects will involve web development components.
In this role, you will be responsible for
taking complete ownership of SaaS related projects from start to finish which may include but is not limited to: gathering requirements, scheduling, resource planning, and reporting. Finally, this person should have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, as well as professional maturity.
The Technical Project Manager guides new and existing customers through the technical delivery of new product releases, integration of audio and data sources into the solution, and other technical delivery projects.
The Sr. IT Project Manager will provide project management support and oversight for critical applications; monitors project milestones and critical dates to identify potential jeopardy of project schedule. Identify ways to resolve schedule issues. Keeps management aware of the situation.
The IT Internal Audit Project Manager III leads and directs one or more large projects or projects within the IT Risk & Internal Audit portfolio as defined by the IT Services project management methodology, which often require considerable resources and high levels of functional integration. In addition to duties of a Project Manager II, the Project Manager III interfaces with all key stakeholders affected by the project including end users, distributors, and vendors.