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Project Management

Integration:

  • Complete relevant sections of the project charter
  • Obtain approval to proceed
  • Develop subsidiary plans
  • Integrate subsidiary plans into comprehensive project management plan
  • Maintain project management plan
  • Lead performance of project work
  • Implement approved changes
  • Track and review progress of project meeting its objectives
  • Report on progress of meeting project objectives
  • Review change requests
  • Approve/reject change requests
  • Manage the impact of approved changes
  • Communicate status of change requests and impact of approved changes
  • Review deliverables against project scope, schedule, and budget baseline performance criteria
  • Document project closure
  • Transition to next phase (including Leads and enables transition planning post-project support)
  • Document lessons learned
  • Archive project records

Scope Management:

  • Create and define plan for scope management
  • Create and define the project requirements
  • Develop a detailed description of the project and result / product
  • Decompose project deliverables and work down to its lowest level of planned work
  • Obtain formal acceptance of completed project deliverables
  • Monitor project status and product scope
  • Manage changes to scope baseline

Time Management:

  • Create and define plan for schedule management
  • Identify and document the specific project deliverables
  • Identify and document the relationships and dependencies among project activities
  • Estimate the type and quantity of resources required to perform each activity
  • Estimate the duration of each activity with estimated resources
  • Create the project schedule model
  • Monitor status of project activities to update project progress
  • Manage changes to the schedule baseline

Cost:

  • Create and define plan for cost management
  • Estimate the cost of completing project activities
  • Develop authorized project cost baseline
  • Monitor status of project activities to update project costs
  • Manage changes to cost baseline
  • Understand finance concepts, policies and finance processes such as capitalisation, accruals, budgets and forecasts

Quality:

  • Create and define plan for quality management
  • Document how project will demonstrate quality compliance
  • Audit quality requirements and results from quality control measurements
  • Identify causes of poor quality and take action to eliminate
  • Validate project deliverables and work

Human Resources:

  • Create guidelines outlining overall approach to managing human resources
  • Confirm human resource availability with chapter leads and staff project team
  • Issue new hire requisitions with programme managers (TBC)
  • Procure contractor services with programme managers (TBC)

Communication:

  • Create and define plan for communications management
  • Create communications policies
  • Create, collect, and distribute project information
  • Store project information
  • Disposition project information
  • Monitors communications to identify gaps and breakdowns
  • Provide timely and accurate responses to communications gaps and breakdowns

Conduct ad hoc meetingsRisk Management:

  • Conduct ad hoc meetings
  • Determine which risks may affect the project and document their characteristics
  • Prioritize risks for further analysis or action by assessing their probabilities of occurrence and impact
  • Numerically analyze the effect of identified risks on overall project objectives
  • Develop options and actions to enhance opportunities and reduce threats to project objectives
  • Implement risk response plans
  • Monitor status of project risks
  • Evaluate risk process effectiveness

Procurement:

  • Create and define plan for procurement management
  • Document procurement decisions
  • Help develop procurement statements of work (SOW) and documents to solicit proposals from prospective sellers
  • Manage procurement relationships
  • Monitor contract performance
  • Close procurements
  • Archive procurement information

Stakeholder Management:

  • Create comprehensive list of stakeholders identified
  • Create stakeholder organizational chart
  • Perform stakeholder analysis
  • Create and define plan for stakeholder management
  • Evaluates and documents engagement level of stakeholders
  • Communicate and work with stakeholders throughout project life cycle
  • Develop and execute responses and countermeasures to maintain appropriate level of stakeholder engagement throughout project life cycle

Key Requirements:

  • Ordinary degree in a relevant professional discipline from a recognised institution
  • Full membership of at least one relevant international professional institution
  • PMP or PRINCE2 Practitioner Certification
  • 5 years' general management experience
  • 10 years' experience as a project manager in an equivalent corporate environment
  • A deep and thorough understanding of PM best practice as represented by PMI's PMBoK
  • Intermediate level of proficiency with MS Project, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint and SharePoint with experience presenting to stakeholders and / or Senior Leadership
  • High EQ and good interpersonal skills
  • A good understanding of Agile approaches
  • Strong experience presenting to executive sponsors and demonstrated communication skills; both written and oral with technical and non-technical staff, all levels of management

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