Document tasks via a project plan; track progress; drive course corrections.Document and drive issues and roadblocks to closure; limit scope creep; and successfully meet the project objectives
Identify, mitigate, and eliminate project risks.
The Project Manager L2 (PM L2) has primary responsibility for managing a specific project or projects assigned by the Government, to include project requirements, scope, budget, schedule and performance.
Develops, engages, and manages cross functional teams during the project management process to identify roles and responsibilities, tasks, deliverables, dependencies, schedule, and to ensure resolution execution.
Work with the respective managers of Design, Procurement and Implementation to ensure that preliminary Budget Forecasts for each active project are utilized to generate a specific Budget Spreadsheet for tracking transactions, and developing accurate EFCs and Cash Flow.
The Project Manager (PM) will handle the day-to-day on specific projects related to renovations or new construction. The PM will work closely with the CM throughout the construction/renovation life of the project.
The Project Manager is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, implementation, execution, control, and completion of specific projects ensuring consistency with department strategy, commitments, and goals.
The HRSS RPA Program Manager will report to the HRSS CAO and partner with the HRSS Continuous Improvement & Projects Lead to ensure alignment on global strategy and priorities, and effective execution of HRSS RPA projects. The Program Manager will provide leadership to effectively drive successful completion of all projects under the HRSS RPA Book of Work, as well as identify an ongoing slate of projects ensuring adoption across regions and products.
Work with Design, Procurement and Implementation team members to generate and update monthly project cash flow forecasts focusing on changes in EFC from prior forecast left to spend with variance explanations and quarterly distributions.
Responsibilities will include analyzing complex financial issues, assisting with reporting issues, developing board presentations, preforming account reconciliations, analyzing past, current and future financial projections, special projects, and more.