Job ID: NC-636747 (98590924)
Healthcare Agile PM (PMP) with Kanban, Scrum, MS Project/SharePoint and JIRA experience
Location: Research Triangle Park, Durham, NC (NCDHHS)
Duration: 9+ months
Interview : Webcam Interview Only
Ability to facilitate communication and creative project kick-off, lessons learned, project updates, and the integration of work from multiple teams Required 7 Years
Experience with Agile and other structured methodologies (i.e., Kanban, Scrum, Iterative). Required 7 Years
Experience with Project Management tools, including MS Project, JIRA, and SharePoint. Required 7 Years
Expertise in using MS Excel, MS Word, and MS PowerPoint. Required 7 Years
Experience in ensuring documentation of all project-related assets is up to date and accessible for team members Required 7 Years
Experience in managing and escalating resource concerns and project risks to appropriate stakeholders including solution options for consideration Required 7 Years
Demonstrated experience using analytical and creative problem-solving skills. Required 7 Years
Demonstrated strength in problem identification and resolution. Highly desired 7 Years
Ability to work on multiple priorities and/or projects simultaneously without impact to quality of work. Highly desired 7 Years
Experience with software end-user change management strategy and execution. Highly desired 5 Years
Strong risks and business impact analysis and reporting skills. Highly desired 7 Years
Demonstrated strength in problem definition and resolution. Highly desired 7 Years
Project Management (PMP) Certification. Highly desired.
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) requires the assistance of a contract resource to serve as an Agile Project Manager for the North Carolina NCFAST Program to support the development and implementation of North Carolina Families Accessing Services through Technology (NC FAST) case management projects.
This Agile Project Manager must be very well organized and able to manage multiple technical, business, test and training teams. The Project Manager is responsible for managing project timelines, resources, quality and risk, including milestone planning and status reporting, change requests, and other project administration activities. Project duties include serving as an IT management liaison to the business client(s), leading and performing hands-on analysis of the business and technical environments, supervising implementation activities, ensuring that project plans and schedules are established and maintained, ensuring that deliverables are completed timely and accurately. Duties also include conducting formal presentations, coordinating with all project stakeholders, ensuring that appropriate project controls are instituted. The position requires a strong blend of Project Management business analysis and technical experience and the ability to work well in a team environment, as well as skills to facilitate communication, planning, problem solving, personal development and decisiveness.