Technology Modernization Project Manager
The Technology Modernization Project Manager will be part of the team responsible for managing the Technology modernization program and other Office of the CIO responsibilities.
This role focuses on project managing one or more technology modernization workstreams related to enterprise architecture, agile development, application modernization, application maintenance, cloud evaluation and access, and the digital workplace.
The role reports directly to the Technology Modernization Leader, who is a direct report of the CIO of Marsh & McLennan Companies.
The responsibilities of the role will be to:
- Align outcomes to overall Technology Modernization goals by delivering thought leadership and bringing consultative and best practice experience.
- Contribute tactical leadership of multiple Technology Modernization workstream activities including developing project approaches and plans, identification and tracking of key milestones, monitoring task execution and identifying and mitigating key risks.
- Execute and track efforts to optimize realization of benefits (e.g., support of digital strategies, risk remediation, financial savings, and speed to market), identify gaps and propose solutions to close the gaps.
- Develop partnerships with key stakeholders and ensures the solutions are as streamlined and efficient as possible.
- Directlarge project teams through influence (i.e., without direct reporting lines) and manage the work of one or more Associates as dictated by the respective workstreams.
- Bachelors Degree.
- Management consulting experience.
- Experience in technology transformation or application modernization.
- Experience in change management a plus.
- Financial services experience a plus.
- Experience working in a fast-paced environment.
Marsh & McLennan Companies and its Affiliates are EOE Minority/Female/Disability/Vet/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity employers.
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