Project Manager – IT Infrastructure and storage

Posted 05 August 2022
Salary$100 - $140 per hour
LocationCanberra
Job type Contract
DisciplineGovernment, Defence, Emergency, Government
ReferenceJO-2208-482922

Job description

About the role
This Agencies IMT is seeking a hands-on dynamic, motivated, and experienced Project Manager who can:
  • Run and drive an end-to-end project in a multi stakeholder environment
  • Lead, write and maintain project documentation, including but not limited to Projects Plans and internal reporting.
  • Has a keen eye for detail
  • Can manage projects and stakeholders to maintain timelines in an area that is both technically and service diverse
The successful candidate will be supporting the IMT team which is delivering the next IMT strategy.
The primary project for the successful candidates will be the project management of key IT Infrastructure and storage projects.
 
Skills and Experience
 
Essential Criteria:
  1. Excellent communication skills
  2. Proven experience working for a government agency to deliver information technology or infrastructure projects
  3. Proven and demonstrated Project Management experience including relevant PM methodologies
  4. Good understanding of project management tools including Jira, Confluence, SharePoint, MS project and MS Teams
  5. Ability to understand and lead project teams across the following considerations:
    • Gathering and confirming requirements from senior leadership
    • Development of technology strategy
    • Implementation of complex systems including guiding organisational change and the communication of benefits
  6. High awareness if IT Infrastructure systems including storage, compute and networks as well as the associated required operations
  7. Education/Qualifications: A degree in IT, or other qualification and experience which when taken together are equivalent to a degree.
  8. Communication: Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, including the ability to anticipate the interests and knowledge level of an audience and present information and feedback accordingly.
  9. Adaptability: The ability to effectively manage a number of competing priorities simultaneously, and carry out non-routine tasks under limited direction from Senior Technical/Research staff.
  10. Problem Solving: Proven ability to investigate underlying issues of complex and ill-defined problems and develop appropriate responses by adapting/creating and testing alternative solutions.
 
Experience of applying project management skills within a research environment.
How to apply
If this role is of interest to you and you would like to know more then please don’t hesitate to contact

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