Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 06:50:12 -0700 (PDT)
Location: Newark, NJ
Length of Engagement: 9 months (With the option for the client to extend to a maximum of 18 months)
Targeted Bill Rate: DOE
The PM will be responsible for leading the implementation of a major benefit system implementation. The ideal candidate will have experience managing large multi year projects in the health insurance arena. Experience in leading Claim System or Benefit system implementation projects is desirable. The key skills most important for this are leadership, facilitation and influencing decision making.
Job Description: This position is responsible for enterprise, crossdivisional projects with a high degree of complexity and medium to high risk. The PM-II obtains a clear understanding of the project scope and objectives and of team member roles and responsibilities and applies standard project management methodology, tools and practices to ensure successful outcomes of projects. The PM-II is also responsible for supervising and mentoring a PM-I that is assigned to their projects.
-Manage multiple, larger or cross-divisional projects at one time
(projects can be of high risk level and typically involve crossdivisional coordination)
-Organize, manage and direct project team tasks and assures proper
application of EPMO standards, tools and methodologies in project work.
-Identifies and assembles project team(s) and provides leadership and
mentoring to assure effective project completion
-Delivers full project objectives on time and on budget as well as
contributes to development of high-level business cases and postimplementation benefits estimates and recovery plans.
-Manages all project risk levels develop appropriate contingency plans
and pro-actively identifies changes to eliminate future occurrences.
-Responsible for maintaining current and complete project management
data and documents in enterprise systems; analyzes and reports project performance metrics as requested
Please send your updated resume to jobs_at_mapleresource.net Received on Thu Sep 02 2010 - 15:50:12 CEST