Technical Project Management, Software Development
5 - 7 years
Create cross-functional project plans that include scope definition, schedules, stakeholder identification, resourcing, communication plans and risk analysis.
Lead effective program team meetings to drive progress, manage the critical path, and identify and communicate risks and mitigation plans.
Facilitate regular status meetings to manage program and project plan execution.
Demonstrate very strong business context and domain and application knowledge, and actively employ that knowledge.
Provide leadership and valuable insight into planning, prioritization, risk management and decision-making.
Knowledge and Experience
5+ years technology project/program management experience in information technology environment.
Experience managing projects using iterative software development methodologies (e.g., Agile, SCRUM).
Experience with large scale mission critical projects with diverse technologies and versatile integration points.
Proven track record of delivery of projects on time within a high profile company environment.
Must be versed in best-practice project management and iterative development methodologies such as Agile. Must possess the ability to assist in the ongoing development of these, alongside personal/team application of the standards.
Experience interfacing with multiple stakeholders, gathering and prioritizing requirements, and facilitating project scope definition.
Ability to demonstrate application of sound project control mechanisms such as planning and project progress tracking / control, estimating, critical path analysis, resource planning and allocation, issue and risk management.
Experience with managing multiple complex projects (i.e., multiple interfaces, technology mixes, infrastructure and hardware/software adaptations) utilizing a strong understanding of software development process (e.g., requirements gathering, scope facilitation, risk mitigation, etc.)
Experience with internal and/or external audit engagements. Experience interacting with regulators is preferred.
Ability to work effectively with ambiguity and varying levels of detail.
Strong attention to detail and quality.
Strong communication and negotiation skills.
Ability to organize personal and team time effectively.
Ability to add value to an organization through creativity, initiative and personal drive.
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