Project Manager---Remote

PMP, Agile
Contract W2, Contract Independent, Contract Corp-To-Corp, 09 Months
Depends on Experience
Work from home available Travel required to 10%.

Job Description

 

Contract Term: Through 12/31/20 (confirming with client because it also mentions 9mol) with the opportunity for extension.

 

The Project Manager is responsible for ensuring the planning and implementation of a new

Record Management System.

Education:

Bachelor’s Degree; Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification

 

Skills & Abilities: 

  • Public Safety domain expertise
  • Law-enforcement Records Management System (RMS) implementation expertise, preferably

CentralSquare Records Enterprise RMS experience

  • Familiarity with Hexagon Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD)
  • IT Project team/staff management
  • Financial management of IT projects >$1M
  • Vendor management
  • Management of project financials greater than $1M

 

Experience:

  • IT methodology experience, Agile/Scrum
  • RMS consultancy experience
  • 10+ years experience managing IT projects
  • 5+ years managing public sector projects

 

Tasks:

Perform as the Project Manager responsible for delivery of the Sheriff’s Office Records

Management System (RMS) project:

  • Provide expert consultancy for Sheriff Office's RMS project
  • Manage vendor for Sheriff Office's RMS project
  • Manage financial budget for Sheriff Office's RMS project
  • Coordinate with other departments for Sheriff Office's RMS project
  • Oversees project team for Sheriff Office's RMS project
  • Work with the selected solutions vendor to create an integrated project schedule that includes the vendor’s deliverables as well as tasks that need to be performed by the County;
  • Closely monitor actuals against the approved baseline schedule and budget, and follow the necessary process to submit changes for approval;
  • Log risks and issues in a timely fashion and actively work with the implementation vendor and County teams to create and execute mitigation and corrective action plans;
  • Facilitate the resolution of complex problems by meeting with stakeholders, vendors, and technical staff to identify problems and potential solutions;
  • Ensure alignment between the implementation vendor’s approach with County standards and best practices;
  • Develop and maintain a productive working relationship with business owners, project sponsors, project teams, resource managers and vendors;
  • Work with resource managers at the Sheriff’s Office to ensure resource availability and commitment, and effectively align resources across projects;
  • Conduct project meetings, communicating individual roles, project expectations and desired outcomes;
  • Prepare and present project status updates including detailed status reports periodically and as requested using the tool identified by Technology Services and Solutions (TSS);
  • Utilize established project standards and procedures, where available, and contribute to the development and continuous improvement of tools;
  • Conduct formal review at project completion with business sponsor to confirm acceptance and document lessons learned for future reference and learnings.
Dice Id : lodpa001
Position Id : 141305
Originally Posted : 5 years ago
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