The Project Manager will be responsible for supporting successful execution of priority CCYVP initiatives, including developing and monitoring project plans to ensure successful execution. Working directly with CCYVP leadership and staff, the Project Manager will coordinate the implementation, monitoring, quality, and completion of all CCYVP initiatives, ensuring consistency and coherence with Centerâ™s mission, strategies and goals. The Project Manager will develop accountability systems and provide planning and support for cross-organization initiatives. Additionally, the Project Manager will work collaboratively with the CCYVP team to address areas of shared concern and responsibility.
Coordinates and supports management of CCYVP research-related activities including data management, process tracking, supervision reports, recruitment and staffing
Monitor and manage project schedules to ensure work is completed efficiently, making necessary adjustments and directing project resources accordingly.
Proactively disseminate project information to all stakeholders, including data, reports, and project dashboards.
Ability to effectively collaborate and communicate with colleagues and partners.
Ability to integrate technology and effectively utilize technology for personal/professional productivity.
Ability to respond with flexibility to demands and requirements of the project and to effectively prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
Capable of exercising sound judgment, tact, courteousness, reliability, and employing sound and ethical decision-making skills.
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
Knowledge of word processing, presentation, and spreadsheet software.
A self-starter who can work independently to prioritize and advance stated objectives.
A problem-solving orientation.
Ability to create agendas, facilitate meetings, and design processes that guide groups toward identified objectives and meaningful outcomes.
Ability to build sustainable project management systems.
Outstanding organizational skills.
Strong service and support orientation toward communities and community organizations schools.
Excellent data-gathering, problem-solving, and consensus-building skills.
Ability to work productively and collaboratively in a team environment.
Strong ability to build and manage working relationships at all levels within and outside of the organization (e.g., colleagues and partners).
Education, Experience or Certifications:
Bachelorâ™s degree from an accredited college/university required.
Advance degree or demonstrated work history preferred.
Strong Project Management background, and experience in project management techniques and tools required.
Experience using data management software (i.e. Access, SPSS) preferred.
Experience using project management software (i.e. Basecamp, Microsoft Project or other) preferred.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
Attention to detail
Ability to work on multiple projects at any given time
Ability to deal effectively and professionally with people
Attendance at meetings around the city requiring ability to ambulate to various sites in and around the city; frequent use of computer, telephone, and other office equipment.
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