Group Project Manager, Technical
The Group Project Manager/Capacity, is responsible for ensuring that there is adequate DTD (IT) Capacity to meet required levels of service and for ensuring that Portfolio Management is correctly advised on how to match Capacity and Demand. This includes planning, execution, timing, functionality, quality, communication and cost to manage the completion of work for all types of Portfolios. The GPM controls the communication of critical path and potential options to balance Supply/Demand. The GPM coordinates the ongoing resource reporting activities of the domains and delivers data that communicates capacity service levels and/or service level options.
Provides capacity requirements for new or modified IT services.
Produces and maintains a Capacity Plan.
Ensures the creation, maintenance, and use of a Capacity Management Information System (CMIS) .
Is responsible for monitoring IT capacity levels, comparing actual levels against targets, and addressing shortfalls.
Assembles key players from the domains and nurtures internal working relationships across the enterprise which fosters the development of cross functional teamwork.
Ensures timely activity, integration and productivity of technical support and administers efficient use of resources to meet requirements with clear identification of task completion.
Plays a support role with domain capacity managers ensuring all groups' responsibilities are included, managing very closely with the technical leaders to ensure alignment.
Keeps IT management informed about capacity needs.
Provides view of allocation of personnel and resources to projects. Suggests potential options to resolve resource conflicts and priorities.
Maintains accountability for and directs others in creation of all capacity communications.
E nsures that there is sufficient capacity to meet service level targets.
Maintains an overall understanding of current service capacity and trends.
Ensures that capacity-related incidents and problems are addressed.
Assesses the capacity impact of new change requests.
Is responsible for monitoring IT capacity levels, comparing actual levels against targets, and identifying shortfalls.
Directs others in the facilitation of team and project meetings.
Leads and develops definition and measurement of success metrics to objectively quantify success.
Ensures that capacity definition complies with approved methodology.
Ensures that overall program is capacity supported to meet strategic dates.
Identifies potential capacity risks across a broad number of individual projects and programs and establishes communications and mitigations to address them.
Communicates risks in clear business terms and technical terms and provides clear messaging and solution options at a senior leader and executive level in both planned and ad hoc scenarios.
Understands what is important to different stakeholders in the business and ensures that their interests are protected as well as the overall program objective through project capacity planning and execution.
Serves as a higher-level escalation point for project capacity issues.
Proactively anticipates and mitigates issues that could hinder the quality or timing of the project/program based on capacity constraints.
Relationship and People Management :
Works with Director and above level peers to resolve cross-functional project issues.
Supply capacity constraint data as it relates to the factors that create change and scope creep.
Leads cross-functional or multi-team effort in defining capacity requirements for a project or program, providing thought leadership into initial capacity demand estimates for the business case.
Experience with SQL or other Database related tools
Detailed data analysis capabilities
Minimum 7+ years' industry experience as a Capacity program or product manager within a technology environment, with a progressive record of successful delivery of complex solutions, systems, or services
Experience with management of capacity through common enterprise tools (i.e. Clarity)
Experience across complex projects and areas of focus
Experience acting as a business leader that can interpret business goals and apply them
Effective written and oral communication with multiple levels of business and technical leadership, specifically at the executive level
Knowledge of new product development processes, go to market strategies, and product life cycle management
Awareness of general accounting practices, related to project management - including budgeting, invoicing, purchase orders, and accounts payable
Experience working in a technical industry
Experience working on projects in a wireless industry
Bachelors Degree. Computer Science, Business Administration, Project Management or combination of equivalent experience and education
Master's / Advanced Degree desired
At least 18 years of age. Legally authorized to work in the United States. High School Diploma or GED. Pre-employment background screen.
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