The ITS Project Manager II under guidance is responsible for management, performance, and completion of small to mid-size projects according to ITS accepted project management methodology. Specifically responsible for managing projects throughout the life cycle, managing stakeholder expectations, risk management, budget, schedule, status reporting and project communications. Interfaces with other departments to prepare cost justifications, recommend priority, and generate schedules.
-Bachelor's degree with 3+ years' experience in information technology, technical project management, or related field. - Knowledge of and demonstrated experience in project management processes and methodologies, as well as, project lifecycle; - Experience with both traditional waterfall software development processes and Agile / Scrum methodologies; - Strong advanced knowledge and use of Microsoft Project and Office; - Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to capture and explain goals and objectives to business units as well as technical team members and leadership; - Strong interpersonal skills - Able to multi-task in a cross-functional environment; - Clear understanding of project capital and expense budgeting and accounting skills and the related financial systems; - Demonstrated ability to work independently and effectively with minimal supervision; - Demonstrated ability to function as an effective liaison between administrative/academic users and technical IT staff; - Excellent presentation skills; - Excellent Business Analysis Skills; - Excellent leadership skills and proven track record; - Understanding of system development life cycle management; - Experience communicating cross-functionally and across management levels in formal and informal settings
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