The Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking an experienced and talented Project Manager who will oversee a variety of complex projects to make sure the RCC is meeting its deliverables and responsible for high quality customer service. The Assistant Director for Project Management will be responsible for driving all assigned projects to completion.
1) Coordinate all aspects of complex projects; ranging from operational to highly technical in nature.
2) Develop and implement project plans; monitor and report progress; proactively anticipate potential issues, when possible, recommend solutions or escalate.
3) Effectively lead status meetings.
4) Assist and encourage team(s) to meet all deliverables sufficiently and on time.
5) Lead projects to completion.
6) Manage the RCC Cluster Partnership Program, including but not limited to responding to faculty requests and inquiries, prepare agreements, and order hardware.
7) Oversee the creation of an expandable digital repository of reference materials and data; responsible for data collection, querying and providing the Director with reports and information as requested.
1) High degree of project ownership and accountability
2) Highly organized and detail oriented
3) Work individually and as part of a dynamic team.
4) Handle multiple projects simultaneously and adjust priorities appropriately.
5) Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
1) Masters degree.
1) Minimum of 5 years of project management experience.
2) Experience managing projects or programs in an academic or research environment.
3) Experience creating reports and documentation.
4) Handle confidential information with utmost discretion.
5) High degree of professionalism.
6) Work well with faculty and researchers.
1) Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification.
2) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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