(Cancelled) Healthcare PM/Agile Coach (PMI-ACP) with agile, scrum, child care licensing, JIRA and BA experience

Job ID: TX-52919066BV (912590916)3P

(Cancelled) Healthcare PM/Agile Coach (PMI-ACP) with agile, scrum, child care licensing, JIRA and BA experience

Location: Austin TX (HHSC)
Duration: 12 months

Minimum (Required):
10 Experience with general IT SDLC processes.
5 Skilled in working on agile projects utilizing scrum.
5 Skilled in facilitating meetings (daily scrum, sprint planning, sprint demo and retrospective).
8 Skilled in managing risks and issues.
8 Skilled in conflict resolution and removing team impediments.
5 Skilled in coaching agile practices to team member and business unit stakeholders.
8 Possess strong verbal and written skills in communicating with peers and different levels of users including executive staff.
5 Skilled in agile estimating, planning and forecasting.
8 Skilled in creating communication channels between the team, product owner and stakeholder.
2 Experienced in establishing a sprint backlog.

Preferred (Optional):
1 Experience with Health and Human services.
1 Experience with regulatory systems.
1 Experience with managing multiple projects with child care licensing.
1 Scrum alliance certified scrum master or PMI agile certification (PMI-ACP).
2 Skilled in the use of Jira for tracking agile projects.
2 Business analysis skillset.

The Project Manager is an Information Technology (IT) position that will manage the implementation of enhancements to the Childcare Licensing Automated Support System (CLASS) resulting from the Foster Care litigation suit. The court ordered changes include enhancements to allow for heightened monitoring and security role changes. This position will establish the project scope and schedule, establish agile sprint cycles, manage risks and issues, and provide project status reports to executive leadership regarding the system changes related to the court orders. If applicable, the enhancements to the system will be coordinated to coincide with implementation of CCL “Rule” changes. The project is expected to produce several deployments throughout fiscal years 2021 and 2022.
The worker will be responsible for managing the initiative as an agile project using scrum. The worker must possess good communication and organizational skills that are critical for the success of the project. The worker must be skilled with risk management and mitigation to balance requirements, scope, and issues while delivering a successful project. The worker will need to possess good mediation skills for dealing with business units with conflicting requirements. The worker must demonstrate past successful projects where the worker guided and a team through a similar project


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