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IT Project Manager, Vice President
We are seeking financial IT Application Execution Project Management professionals for our EPMO (Enterprise Project Management Office) team, as we embark on a multi-year strategic initiative to provide a consistent project management process and framework for the bank. As we obtain larger and more complex projects, this oversight will ensure we are consistent in implementation, lead resources appropriately, and are transparent in our reporting. In this highly critical and visible role, you will apply your many years of experience to successfully lead large and complex programs. The role is to effectively handle/lead multiple projects within the specified time frame and budget per EPMO Policies and Procedures, including use of our Project Life Cycle, and project management tools/methodology.
Work to complete complex (high visibility/risk) projects. Coordinates project team members to ensure completion of the defined project(s).
Partner with Sr. Technology and Business Leads/Sponsors, to develop strategic roadmaps to deliver large/complex technology projects.
Drive project completion successfully by achieving all landmarks within each project, and the final implementation meeting the business requirements within the approved budget and timeline.
Strong Leadership skills
Presentation Skills (makes complex issues accessible to business audience, clear, concise, and audience appropriate)
Capacity to seek new projects and technologies
Focused approach to business and people management processes
Client happiness focused- Prompt and effective communications and follow-up
Project Scheduling expert
Well versed in the application of a formalized/rigorous project management methodology
Meticulous project Status Reporting, Issue/Resolution Tracking, Risk Management
Effective Test and Conversion Management
Reliable forecast estimates to actuals; minimal surprises
Analytical capability to identify issues and risks
Ability to execute and solve problems
Projects completed on time, within budget and with satisfactory quality
Financial Services business and technology understanding
Expertise in Microsoft Project/PM Tools and MS Office Suite Experience
10 years application project management experience in Financial Services
Independently and successfully ran at least three large scale and complex projects, from start to end (i.e. covering all Life Cycle Phases) with a duration of at least 2 years
4 year Bachelor's Degree required
Completion of PMP or other PM certification (preferred)
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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