IT Risk Project Manager

Company Name:
Capstone Corporation
Capstone Coporation is currently seeking a IT Risk Project Manager to support the US Army Information Technology Agency located in Arlington, VA.
Identifies and supports risk management for a large-scale DoD system.
Develops risk matrices, mitigation, and management plans.
Coordinates with other organizations to gather data, analyze risks, and manage the implementation of risk management plans.
Participates in establishing and executing the Agency's Risk Management Program supporting the ITA Project Management Office (PMO).
Authors enterprise risk governance documents.
Serves as the Agency Risk Management and Engineering Directorate primary point of contact for project management functions.
Develops the PMO Change Management Plan Checklist and the Quality Assurance Checklist for Project Managers.
Minimum education and years of experience:
Bachelor''s degree. Four (4) years of equivalent experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
Ten (10) years of overall experience, including seven (7) of those in project management.
Minimum qualifications:
Experience leading small to medium sized IT related projects.
Proficiency using Microsoft Office products.
Understanding of risk management and the ability to development mitigation plans in an IT environment.
Understanding of Project Managment Institute (PMI) principles, including proven ability to apply in the workplace.
Minimum clearance requirement:
Final DoD Secret clearance, or the ability to obtain an Interim Secret.
PMP Certification.
Advanced skills in Microsoft Project.
EOE minority/female/disability/veteran
Date: 2014-04-21
Country: US
State: VA
City: Arlington
Category: Information Technology - Professionals

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