IT Program Manager - Enterprise Business

Job Description Manages the assessment and implementation of internal business systems, and potentially other high impact and multi-year programs and projects. Provides leadership to project team and monitors the cost, schedule, and technical performance of component projects and operations. The successful candidate will have a proven history of bringing programs to completion, meeting or exceeding cost, quality, and on-time delivery requirements.   JOB RESPONSIBILITIES / REQUIREMENTS: Acts as business manager for assigned programs. Monitors and directs the day-to-day operations of assigned program(s) to ensure goals, services, and projects are being accomplished to meet schedule, budget, and performance parameters. Drives activity between multiple company-wide functional groups to accomplish objectives. Organizes resources to accomplish objectives. Develops and maintains program schedule and provides solutions for issues that may interfere with achievement of objectives. Ensures programs are completed within or below budget. Evaluates program risks and develops risk mitigation plans. Monitors project and group personnel commitments and adjusts manpower accordingly. Monitors and stays up-to-date on technical and operational changes which affect the activities and work processes of the program. Provides technical and administrative guidance and direction for individuals and projects within the group. Monitors and ensures adherence to department and company processes. Conducts presentations to all levels of the business. Education/ExperienceA Bachelor's Degree plus 10 years of related experience is required. A Masters Degree and experience in IT systems are strongly preferred. Experience in material handling or other durable goods manufacturing environment is desired. Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification is preferred. 1296
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Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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