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Position: Technical Project Manager III
Job Location: 805 Moberly Ln, Bentonville, AR 72716
Duties: Develops project management practices by adhering to the principles of the Global eCommerce (GEC) project management methodologies (for example, Agile); evangelizing principles and business value of the methodologies throughout the organization; contributing to the development and evolution of the GEC methodologies; and building effective partnerships with the development managers, architects and product managers. Manages multiple, medium complex eCommerce projects (for example, software development, infrastructure) with external stakeholders (for example, third-party vendors, Information System Division (ISD), Store Innovations) by driving projects through the lifecycle phases to successful completion as defined in project's charter; serving as the project team lead (for example, scrum master); managing project budget; developing and maintaining a project schedule to track milestones; developing and executing plans for managing risk; providing updates and communicating needed changes to project budget; escalating project-related issues to management according to project guidelines; providing project status reports to stakeholders and management; managing project change control processes; coordinating production issue resolution; and interpreting data to help guide teams towards issue resolution and risk management. Manages off-shore development teams and third-party vendors (for example, software vendors, hardware vendors, photo vendors, content providers) by coordinating internal and vendor schedules; integrating teams and vendors into project strategy; communicating project status; ensuring delivery of proper functionality; and managing communications from vendors to internal stakeholders. Provides project-related support to project teams by developing project resource plans; determining business readiness for project implementation; managing individual project scope items or activities as part of larger scale projects; managing project budget; and partnering with project managers to ensure successful delivery of projects.
Minimum education and experience required: Bachelor's degree or the equivalent in Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering, or related field plus 2 years of experience in technical program management or related experience; OR Master's degree or the equivalent in Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering, or related field; OR 4 years of experience in technical program management or related experience.
Skills required: Must have experience with: designing and developing roadmaps for inter-linked programs and projects; developing and implementing project management best practices using agile and waterfall methodology; developing artifacts such as RACI, project charters, business cases, dependency documents, decision documents, and support logs for consumption by leadership; developing project plans, burndown charts, gantt charts, and milestone plans for consumption from various stakeholders; organizing sprint planning, daily scrum, retrospectives, and translating business requirements to project backlog items (Epics and user stories) to track them using JIRA; organizing post-implementation reviews and creating knowledge documents and lessons logs; developing and executing plans for managing risks and issues, maintaining risk and issue logs, and coordinating production issue resolutions; building status reports using visualization tools such as Tableau and advanced Excel; dealing with escalations about delivery or change in scope, and devising techniques to handle scope creeps and reach schedule targets; managing projects through JIRA, Confluence, SharePoint, and Roadmap tools; and dealing with complex and demanding stakeholders, and evaluating, prioritizing and adding their requests to project backlogs. Employer will accept any amount of experience with the required skills.
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