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Job Description

Project Manager - Must show proof of ACTIVE PMP certification. 
Columbus, Ohio
100% Onsite 


The anticipated work schedule is onsite for the first two weeks to start, then onsite on rotations (e.g. onsite every third or fourth week) and whenever a project goes live. An estimate is being onsite 6-8 work days a month. This topic can be addressed during the initial Teams interview and/or potential second round onsite practicum.
The Program Services PM will work on the program services side (e.g. policy changes, identity management when there’s turnover, how to allocate supervisors if someone’s on FMLA). The Program Services PM must still need to understand things such as WBS and the 10 PM knowledge areas (project management in the following areas- integration, scope, time, cost, quality, resource, communications, risk, procurement, stakeholder). The Program Services PM will at minimum have between two to four years' relevant experience.
The Program Manager directs, controls, administers, and regulates an enhancement or development program. The Program Manager is the individual ultimately responsible to the agency. The Program Manager’s primary responsibility is to drive the entire effort from start to finish. The Program Manager must ensure that the program is completed on schedule and that the final product meets the business, technical, and established quality requirements.
• Responsible for the development of estimates for the enhancement or development effort in planning, analysis, design, construction, testing, and implementation.
• Accountable for delivery of all work tasks identified in the program plan.
• Responsible for the capture and reporting of required program management metrics.
• Adjust and revise estimates when necessary.
• Ensure all changes to scope follow processes and are documented.
• Ensure new estimates are approved by the client and agreed upon.
• Adjust and revise estimates when necessary.
• Manage, and track the program progress against the program plan.
• Monitor project milestones and phases to ensure the project is on schedule. Take corrective actions if a project begins to slip its schedule.
• Prepares status reports on a periodic basis for program team, team leads, group leads, and program manager and appropriate stakeholders.
• Plan, organize, prioritize, and manage multiple work efforts across application teams.
• Develop the detailed program plan for the enhancement or development effort
• Accountable for the final program management evaluation review with stakeholders for approval upon program completion.
• Responsible to tailor and baseline all program templates.
• Accountable to schedule or monitor status reviews, peer reviews, program management inspections, and software quality assurance work product and process reviews with the appropriate designated resources.
• Notify team leads of project timelines, milestones, phases, work requests target dates, and approved executable work package.
• Communicate and work with users and client as necessary.
• Coordinate and present proposals to agencies as necessary.
• Analyze and distribute reports on program metrics associated with work items related to improvement measures.• Ensure processes and activities are followed.
ADA Requirements:
Equipment in use in job performance: Personal Computers, servers, network components, telephones, calculator, copy machines, printers, faxes, cell phones and common writing devices. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Must be able to work from a step ladder.

Program Services Project/Program Management experience (at minimum between two to four years' relevant experience)
Required 4 Years
PMP certification
Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Project
Must be a leader who can influence stakeholders in written and oral communications
Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal
Excellent active listening skills
Ability to clearly articulate messages to a variety of audiences
Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships
Ability to influence others and move toward a common vision or goal
Forward looking with an holistic and an empathetic approach
Flexible and adaptable; able to work in ambiguous situations
Problem solving and root cause identification skills
Ability to lead project teams of various sizes and see them through to completion
Must be a team player and able to work collaboratively with and through others
Demonstrated strong understanding of formal project management methodologies (e.g. Agile and/or Waterfall)
Experience working with government agencies