Job ID: NC-618174 (98590310)
Procurement PM with RFP/IFB/SOW, legislative mandates implementation, vendor management and government experience
Location: Raleigh, NC (NCDOT)
Duration: 12 months
Interview:In Person Only.
Experience in senior project management to include oversight of more than one (1) complex project at a time Required 7 Years
In-depth knowledge of IT technologies, architecture, operations and system, software development lifecycles Required 7 Years
Experience in the development and evaluation of procurement documents to include IFB, RFQ, RFI, RFP and SOW to include negotiation Required 7 Years
Experience and demonstration of excellent verbal and written communication skills for team, vendor and stakeholder management Required 7 Years
Experience and demonstrated ability to manage scope, schedule, time, quality and risk; knowledge and practice of methods to manage and mitigate these Required 7 Years
Experience working in a large, complex government agency using a matrixed staffing model Highly desired 5 Years
Prior DMV project management work, and in particular, implementation of legislative mandates Highly desired 5 Years
Expected Skills: Able to manage highly complex work efforts; may have advanced education; may have extensive industry experience.
Description (including, but not limited to):
Responsibility for the successful completion of end to end project work, including all work products
Oversight of projects comprised of multiple deliverables, including delegation and coordination of tasks
Responsibility for creation and management of the integrated project plan, execution of the project plan, project status, meetings, scope changes, risk and issue tracking/mitigation, coordination across project teams, etc.
Negotiations internal and external to the project teams
Managing scope, resources, timelines, costs/budget, quality, communication, and procurements to meet the goals of the State
Development and implementation of a comprehensive communication plan to achieve maximum team and stakeholder involvement and buy-in
Efforts typically include extensive changes to existing functionality or the implementation of new applications and/or technology