Project Manager - Strategy & Transformation

November 23 2018
Industries Non-profit organisation - NPO
Categories Project Management, Business Analysis, Insurance, Healthcare - Human service - Medical
Toronto, ON

Reporting to the Sr. Director, Change & Project Management, the Project Manager is responsible for managing, executing and implementing large scale multi-disciplinary projects in partnership with the business. The Strategy & Transformation Office Project Manager is also responsible for identifying, developing, managing and implementing changes to business processes to support project delivery.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage multiple projects in parallel as approved by Senior Management Team with a focus on Tier 1 projects;

    • Manages the project scope and implementation of the project deliverables with the project resources throughout the project lifecycle;

    • Oversees the scheduling and budgeting/cost estimations for projects;

    • Monitors project progress and movement between phases;

    • Ensures projects are delivered on time, within scope and on budget;

    • Assists project resources with resolution of dependencies to ensure the project objectives are met and expectations are aligned amongst all stakeholders;

  • Champions the use of standard project management practices as defined by Strategy & Transformation Office PMO to ensure consistency and predictability in project execution;

    • Develops and utilizes throughout the project implementation the required project documentation, including project charter, workplan, risk and issues documents, progress tracking, post-implementation review, and project and staff communications;

    • Provides updates on project progress to the stakeholders on a regular basis and as defined by the project charter;

    • Ensures mitigation plans are properly identified, solutioned and implemented to manage project risks;

    • Acts as a subject matter expert on PMO governance / adherence to the PMO processes for other departments;

  • Monitors all project related risks and issues, change challenges, develops options and mitigation plans for review by Senior Director, Change and Project Management;

    • Supports trend analysis of project issues and risks to continuously improve standard STO PMO practices;

  • Directs external vendors and vendor resources to meet and exceed project and portfolio objectives;

  • Assists with management of the STO Project Portfolio and Strategic Plan, aligning priorities for projects with the Senior Management Team;

  • Supports use of project management software to enable greater automation of STO PMO process to reduce effort for other project staff.

The successful candidate will have:

  • 10+ years' experience including large scale initiatives with multi-disciplinary teams.

  • Project Management Professional designation.

  • Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) knowledge.

  • Experience with systems development lifecycle, change management theory and practice, and technology adoption.

  • Experience with systems development IT projects and integrations approaches/platforms. (Experience with Microsoft platforms and tools, ERP, CRM, enterprise application systems)

  • Experience with business partnering and business relationship management.

  • Knowledge of PMO processes and standard project management methodology (PMI).

  • Ability to lead a team of cross functional resources through change and manage expectations of multiple teams.

  • Ability to collaborate with all areas of technology and experience with working in multiple stakeholder groups.

  • Experience with Business Analysis procedures, documentation and requirements gathering techniques.

  • Experience in vendor management or related discipline.

Interested candidates should forward their cover letter and resume to the Human Resources Department at **@***.org by no later than December 7, 2018.

Ontario Medical Association is an equal opportunity employer.  We will accommodate your needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code.

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