Job Title: PMO Resource Manager
Program Management Office | Franciscan Alliance
Address 1500 Albany Street
Beech Grove, IN 46107
Education Bachelor's Required
WHAT WE NEED
Top notch planners & managers
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Information systems are a critical component of both the care and business sides of our hospital. Our IS departments are filled with hard-working people that work to ensure focus and accountability for achieving results based on the scope of projects that are to be implemented. Our PMO Resource Manager plays a big part in this role by ensuring the optimal use of IT staff and acting as the go-to source for project and program managers to fulfill staffing plans for initiatives. Think you’ve got what it takes?
Do you have IS/IT project management experience? Are you a great communicator? Do you love organizing a plan and checking off tasks as they are completed? We’ve got the perfect job for you.
WHAT YOU WILL DO
Develop and maintain a framework to track over time individual assignments/role assignments to specific projects, programs and other structured work activities.
Define and use a resource request and assignment process.
Maintain and make available timely and accurate analyses of the current and projected states of assignment, consumption and availability of all IT staff members with the abilities and skills appropriate for work on projects and programs.
Provide management and leadership with agreed-on IT resource reports and advisories that are timely and accurate.
Define needed inputs, input sources, ownership, time frames, and actual data content required to maintain and report “actual time worked” data compared with “planned time worked” data. Identify and track variances and trends.
Apply leadership-defined criteria for escalation and action required for poorly maintained conformance to agreed-on numbers, roles and use of skills for assigned IT resources.
Resolve conflicting/competing resource requirements and needs among requesters.
Work to identify and facilitate the changes needed in policy and practice to prevent functional managers from hoarding resources to address operational needs when they are asked to provide staff to support new and ongoing projects and programs.
WHAT IT TAKES TO SUCCEED
Project Management experience.
Knowledge of project, program and bimodal IT disciplines and approaches required to provision IT solutions in the business domain.
Knowledge of roles, responsibilities, competencies and skills needed in a variety of approaches to the planning and execution of projects, programs and other structured work.
Analytical and business skills to model staffing approaches, test alternative approaches, and understand the time, effort and cost implications of choices.
Inspire staff enthusiasm for and generates commitment to program or project goals.
Hold team and self-responsible for maintaining the highest possible performance standards and meeting agreed upon commitments even under difficult circumstances.
Analyze problems systematically and logically.
WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR
5-10 Years Experience
Certification(s): PMP Certification preferredPosted On
July 23, 2019