The Project Manager performs a variety of project management related tasks as assigned in support of the NREMT Mission. This position is responsible for performing assigned project management processes and guidelines as directed. The Project Manager assists in all phases of the project management functions including scoping, planning, coordinating, and tracking projects. This position takes on special assignments, as needed and reports to the Director of Project Management.
- Leads and coordinates organization-wide projects – gathering requirements, scoping projects and completing charters, work breakdown structures, and responsibility matrices. Develops project scopes and objectives, designs detailed project plans.
- Independently manages projects from start to finish with minimal supervision. Tracks the status of all projects and follows up with responsible parties to ensure the project is executed in line with the plan.
- Creates and utilizes the appropriate project management templates in executing a project. Maintains updates project documents and reports on the progress of the project to relevant stakeholders.
- Follows Organization’s project management policies, processes, and work instructions with limited supervision. Identifies opportunities for improvement and works with team to update documentation.
- Coordinates with internal and external parties and ensures that all relevant stakeholders are appropriately involved. Proactively manages relationships with project stakeholders and utilizes project management mechanisms to communicate progress on the project.
- Creates reporting mechanisms to track and report on the status of projects to relevant stakeholders. Creates and maintains a project portfolio dashboard for tracking progress across projects.
- Supports business process management for organization through the documentation of policies, procedures, and work instructions.
- Efficiently utilizes appropriate templates to complete documentation for the organization.
- Assists staff with documenting project ideas and transforming them into formal project proposals
Internal Coordination- National Registry Mission Support
- Serves as a technical resource inside the National Registry related to project management function
- Provides training to assist employees with using project management templates, tools, and resources.
- Answers inquiries from external stakeholders regarding the status of relevant projects and other needs.
- Provides additional support to the organization (as assigned)
- Knowledgeable of project management methodology (at least 1 methodology) and able to accurately complete assigned tasks with minimal supervision
- Knowledgeable of National Registry operations and general understanding of how operations impact assigned projects responsibilities.
- Knowledgeable on how to use and update project management templates
- Effective communications skills (written and verbal) and able to maintain positive internal and external stakeholder relationships in connection with performing assigned tasks.
- Functional understanding of National Registry software and database structure
- Critical thinker and able to creatively solve complex problems
- Understands how to hold others accountable, set expectations, inspect work and provide constructive feedback
- Possesses basic knowledge of how to read financial information and budgets and understands how to incorporate financial information into project monitoring.
- Understands organization and team goals and able to contribute to long-term strategies for the team.
- Able to set priorities for self as it relates to meeting team goals.
- Strong ability to work as a team and possesses strong interpersonal relationships.
- Has high ethics and integrity.
- Ability to influence others, maintain a positive attitude and has a strong commitment to the team and the National Registry while promoting cooperation and overcoming barriers to information sharing, communication and collaboration across the organization.
- Strong problem solving and decision-making skills.
- Exhibits ability to be flexible and adaptability to change while maintaining dependability.
- Strong ability to take initiative and be resourceful.
- Strong desire to develop one’s self.
- Possesses exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written
- Strong organizational and time management skills
- Able to exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality.
- Demonstrates an ability to prioritize multiple tasks/demands and meet deadlines.
- Approaches challenging situations positively and participated in the development of realistic solutions
- Accepts special projects and other assignments as needed.
Experience, Education, Certification and Skill Requirements:
- Four-year degree in Project Management or related field preferred
- Certified Associate of Project Management, or equivalent credential required
- 2+ years of field related experience required.
- 5+ years of field related experience preferred.
- Must be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.
- Must be able to effectively communicate and deal tactfully with personnel, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the public.
- Must be able to perform basic math skills, adding, subtracting, dividing, etc.
- Must possess the ability and willingness to work harmoniously with other personnel.
- Must be able to accomplish tasks via the electronic environment such as video conferencing and digital collaboration.
- Must be able to effectively use a keyboard.
- Must be able to lift a minimum of 25lbs.
- Must be able to work in an office environment with moderate noise.
- Must be able to travel approximately 4 times per year.
The National Registry is an equal opportunity employer. All persons will be considered for employment without discrimination against race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.
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