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Job Opening details:-
Company Name :-
Carson Solutions LLC
Position Name :-
Sr Project Manager
Company Location :-
Washington, DC 20003
Job Category :
 Management jobs

Full Job Description :-
The Senior IT Project Manager (project manager) manages multiple small and large-scale projects. These projects may involve implementing off-the-shelf and custom software applications, data management, infrastructure, or other related projects. These projects will be dynamic and based upon customer need, budgetary considerations, and the needs of the public. The project manager is expected to communicate with internal stakeholders across agencies, serve as a technical expert and deliver state of the art IT solutions to meet business needs. The project manager assists business stakeholders in determining and documenting business requirements in coordination with several District agencies and other stakeholders. The project manager assumes a leadership role and exercises independent responsibility in planning, scheduling, designing, and implementing approved projects and other work as assigned, to include participation in the quality assessment of services performed by the vendor where applicable.
The project manager is comfortable with ambiguity and works to develop more definition for the program and project from which decisions may be made regarding project efforts involving areas of uncertainty in approach, methodology, interpretation, or technical feasibility that may result from such elements as continuing program changes, new technological developments or requirements, regulatory changes, and conflicting requirements.
Collaborate with multiple technology and service providers for implementation and operational services as well as with application development teams for authentication/directory services application integration.
The project manager uses expert judgement in decision making for stakeholder management and scope management with financial, and contractual impact analysis. The work requires that the project manager create and design new business process workflows/ techniques, establish criteria and/or develop new approaches, and information. Evaluates products for completeness, timeliness, accomplishment of objectives, and conformance with regulatory requirements.
Using administration policies, processes, and standards, develops detailed project plans, tasks, schedules, identifies milestones and ensures proper sequencing of events and dependencies both internal and with external vendors. The project manager identifies resource, manpower, and project funding requirements. The project manager analyzes and monitors work in progress, evaluates the status, identifies, manages, and reports on, risks, issues, and action items (RAID). The project manager updates plan and recommends business process changes in response to evolving circumstances, resources, or objectives and ensures deadlines and priorities are met. Work is scheduled with other functional teams in a matrixed environment setting resource needs and priorities. Utilizes internal tools to track progress and maintain project management documentation.
To achieve project objectives, translates high-level business requirements into functional specifications and ensures that all needed analysis, designs, business practices are addressed while incorporating stakeholder feedback. The project manager sets priorities and deadlines for daily project workflow, discusses issues with the supervisor, and recommends changes to the program activities as needed.
The project manager ensures that project documentation is prepared, approved, and maintained for each project. Assists business unit managers in prioritizing new projects, enhancements of existing systems, and systems maintenance requests. The project manager assists in the implementation of, and compliance with project management principles.
Serves as a direct liaison with internal customers and project team members, to manage expectations regarding project and departmental goals and resource capabilities and capacity. The project manager convenes regular project progress reviews, maintains productive interaction with all stakeholders ensuring appropriate interests are represented. The project manager provides reports on work progress for a range of audiences and levels of organizational seniority, including up to executive level.
The project manager owns overall responsibility for meeting project goals, objectives, schedule, cost, and quality as defined by the scope and requirements. The project manager’s final work results are reviewed for accomplishment of goals, effectiveness of results, and overall compliance with policies, and processes
SUPERVISORY CONTROLSThe Associate Chief Technology Officer will make assignments by broadly defining missions, objectives, priorities, and deadlines. Direct assignments will come from the Associate Chief Technology Officer, Enterprise Applications, who oversees the impacted applications and tools. The incumbent is relied upon to independently plan, design, and carry out projects; however, the supervisor may provide advice and direction regarding major policy interpretations and highly unusual matters that may have far-reaching impact/ramifications. The incumbent reports work progress and status to the appropriate management authority. Recommendations for new projects and alteration of objectives are evaluated for considerations such as the availability of funds and resources.
PERSONAL CONTACTSContacts are primarily with staff members of the Office of Chief Technology Officer, Office of the City Administrator, and personnel from various government agencies and vendors.
PURPOSE OF CONTACTSThe purpose of contacts is to obtain and exchange programmatic and technical IT information, to provide guidance and expertise regarding concerns such as the development and interpretation of policies as they relate to projects and programs. This may include persuading/influencing others to accept recommendations for new methods and criteria to resolve concerns.
Behavior Characteristics


———————————————CONTRACT JOB DESCRIPTIONResponsibilities:1. Coordinates IT project management, engineering, maintenance, QA, and risk management.2. Plans, coordinates, and monitors project activities.3. Develops technical applications to support users.4. Develops, implements, maintains, and enforces documented standards and procedures for the design, development, installation, modification, and documentation of assigned systems.5. Provides training for system products and procedures.6. Performs application upgrades.7. Performs monitoring, maintenance, or reporting on real- time databases, real-time network and serial data communications, and real-time graphics and logic applications.8. Troubleshoots problems.9. Ensures project lifecycle is in compliance with District standards and procedures.
Minimum Education/Certification Requirements:Bachelor’s degree in IT or related field or equivalent experience
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Pay: Up to $73.00 per hour

401(k) matching
Dental insurance
Employee assistance program
Employee discount
Flexible spending account
Health insurance
Life insurance
Paid time off
Professional development assistance
Referral program
Tuition reimbursement
Vision insurance


8 hour shift
Day shift

COVID-19 considerations:All employees are required to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination. If asking for an exemption, candidates agree to be subjected to a weekly Covid-19 test.
Ability to commute/relocate:

Washington, DC 20003: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)


Bachelor’s (Required)


Enterprise projects: 10 years (Required)
quality management approaches, techniques, & principles: 10 years (Required)
business process mapping or operational redesign: 10 years (Required)
Risk Management techniques & mitigation planning: 10 years (Required)
Cost/schedule performance: 10 years (Required)
Managing Active Directory enhancements: 10 years (Required)
Agile project management methodologies: 10 years (Required)
Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC): 10 years (Required)
Microsoft Project: 10 years (Required)
I.T. migrations and Migration tools: 5 years (Required)
Microsoft SQL and Oracle: 8 years (Required)

Work Location: One location

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