Technical Program Manager

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
Technical Program Manager
Infrastructure and security
Arlington Virginia
Overseeing infrastructure, wifi/email/sox compliance/etc - pm for all of this.
Replacing Phone systems, new vendor
Scaling offices for growth - Arlington, Denver and Canada/Australia
PMP preferred
Networking/data security
Finance is preferred, they deal with large sets of data similar to financial companies for infrastructure and security.
5-7 years is ideal
Won't rule out more senior.
Create and manage program plans that identify the project roadmap, workstreams with deliverables, and other project artifacts.
Assist with task prioritization and budgeting for your programs.
Collaborate with the project team to ensure consistent and clear communication, follow through on action items and successful project execution
Work to ensure that definition of done metrics are completed for technical work products
Work with technical management and other departments on project planning, communication and rollout
Manage project risks with necessary mitigation, escalation and backup plan
In addition, provides feedback to IT organization from business partners on how to improve IT services and operations.

Strong experience with Project Management best practices and tools such as SmartSheet, Wrike, MS-Project, Jira, MS-Office, and Confluence.
Ability to multitask and remain highly organized in a fast paced, highly collaborate environment.
Ability to identify, escalate, track and communicate various types of project risks and issues to management, peers and other stakeholders.
Broad understanding of many aspects of technology and related topics such as software development, networks and infrastructure, business intelligence, and information security.
Experiencing managing groups of 5-20 diverse set of technology professionals on each engagement.
Strong interpersonal skills including but not limited to: problem solving, decision making, influencing, change management, written and oral communications along with the ability to work collaboratively with diverse groups.
Experience with agile development methodogy.

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