IT Project Manager


The IT Project Manager will be responsible for managing the full life cycle of IT digital projects ensuring quality delivery of critical time based upgrades and releases and managing the budgets, resources, and risks associated using industry standard agile methodologies 
and techniques.


Key Accountabilities:
• Drive the delivery of the IT projects in accordance with the digital release schedule and agile methodologies and techniques
• Define annual digital program which includes defined digital quarterly release with a balance of business enhancements and technical upgrades
• Manage resource pool for annual digital program comprised of in-house and external resources
• Maintain up to date project plans, budget projections, and risk and issues logs
• Lead the Technical Team on development work for production issues, enhancements, upgrades, and system implementations
• Plan and execute the system integration testing, production cutover, post go live support, and transition to long term support
• Create and communicate weekly, monthly, and other required status reporting to project stakeholders, sponsors, and IT Program Management Office


Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field
• Certified Project Management certification (PMP) a plus 
• 5+ years of experience in IT and business/industry work experience 
• Experience working on global initiatives across businesses

Skills and Behaviors:
• Knowledge of retail systems preferred
• Expert understanding of current and emerging information technologies and systems
• Demonstrated mastery of agile delivery methods and techniques
• Proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Project, and Visio
• Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
• Effective verbal and written communication skills
• Strong interpersonal, leadership, and negotiation skills
• Proven ability to manage multiple project tasks and timelines to successful completion
• Working knowledge of infrastructure technologies and methodologies


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