CCTV PROJECT MANAGER
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Contract: 12+ months
Location: Downey, CA
Global Service Resources seeks to obtain the services of one (1) Senior Information Technology Project Manager (PM) Consultant to manage the implementation of a video surveillance system in the Departments Juvenile Halls and Camps.
What should you expect?
The Department operates three juvenile halls for detention pending court appearances or placement and juvenile camps for residential treatment (together, Juvenile Institutions). Presently some of the sites have limited surveillance video deployments. To enhance accountability, deter violence, and protect the youth in the Departments care as well as Probation staff, the Department plans to increase the number of cameras and implement an integrated video management system for its juvenile institutions. This project will require infrastructure improvements, such as cable plant, data closets, power, and HVAC, in addition to the video cameras, switches, servers, and related equipment.
What is expected of you?
PM shall work under the direction of the Information Technology (IT) Project Management Office (PMO) Director to ensure the successful implementation of the video surveillance project(s) at nine (9) Department juvenile detention and treatment facilities. To ensure the requirements of the project(s) are being met, the PM will meet with the PMO Director to establish measurable tasks and due dates. The work performed by the PM will be evaluated monthly to ensure that all work is being performed to the described standards.
The PM shall be responsible for duties as defined by the PMO Director or his designee. Those duties include:
Duty 1: Leadership
Representing Departmental interests by consulting with and advising stakeholders throughout the project.
Planning, coordinating, and leading project meetings to discuss and document project planning, conflict resolution, risk management, and personnel responsibilities.
Establishing and communicating job expectations.
Managing and directing project documentation.
Presenting and explaining project design, plan, and implementation to project team members and various stakeholders.
Overseeing, directing, and coordinating project personnel to include teams of engineers, consultants, contractors, and sub-contractors to meet project objectives.
Collaborating with vendors, manufacturers, and County service providers.
Managing, directing and interacting with project personnel in a professional manner and in compliance with County of Los Angeles and Probation Department policies and standards.
Deliver oral reports and presentations about project status, conflicts, resolutions, risk management, and project outlook.
Duty 2: Project Management
Documenting project objectives.
Writing clear and concise project documents to include project charters, project plans, work breakdown structures, and any other project management documents as prescribed by Project Management Institute (PMI) standards.
Establishing job completion and quality of work standards.
Establishing project metrics to measure and manage work performance.
Identifying key personnel and defining responsibilities.
Establishing and communicating project plans with clearly defined tasks, schedules, and resource allocation.
Routinely reviewing and updating project plans to achieve project objectives within timeline and budgetary limits.
Reviewing project designs and collaborating with design teams to address issues/conflicts during all project phases.
Routinely disseminating accurate and timely project information to include project status, changes, schedule adjustments, risk management, and conflicts.
Conducting site surveys to ensure that work performed conforms to project designs, work plans, and established quality standards.
Planning systems implementation to include end-user training, systems integration, and continued systems support plan.
Establishing system performance benchmarks for evaluating systems operational health levels.
Gathering and preparing closeout documents necessary for the turnover of completed systems.
Ensuring development of systems operational procedures and support plan.
Duty 3: Risk Management
Identifying project critical paths for proper management of project risks.
Identifying problems, evaluating trends, and anticipating conflicts to create and implement project control measures.
Duty 4: Quality Assurance
Ensuring inspections of deliverables.
Conducting routine project performance reviews to identify and document good practices, risk mitigation, and conflict resolution.
Developing and implementing procedures for the execution of work, delivering instructions to project team in a timely fashion, and ensuring that the practices exercised are appropriate and efficient for the work being completed.
If you think you're a good fit for this position, please do no hesitate to call us for more details.
Contact us ASAP so we can submit you and get the ball rolling on this great opportunity!
Leslie Delos Reyes
Global Service Resources, Inc.
Toll Free: (800) 779-GLOBAL (4562) Ext. 9201
Tel: Ext. 9201
PMP, BS, BA, PMI
(PMP) OR (BS) OR (BA) OR (PMI) OR (Project Manager)
12 Months +
Global Service Resources, Inc.