Technical ICT Infrastructure Project Manager

Posted 24 June 2024
SalaryOpen to Market
Job type Temporary

Job description

DFP Perth are seeking an experienced Technical ICT Infrastructure Project Manager to engage on a temporary contract on a full time basis with a State Government agency based in Perth CBD.  

Position Title: Technical ICT Infrastructure Project Manager.

Start Date: Immediate 

Length of Assignment: 6 months with an extension of 6 months

Required Start Date: Immediate  

Location: Perth CBD. 

Pay Rate: Open to Market  
Key Responsibilities: 
  • Manage and deliver multiple interdependent systems within agreed scope, timeframes, budget, and quality expectations. 
  • Perform standard Project Management tasks, including technical planning and stakeholder engagement. 
  • Prepare and maintain Project Initiation Documents (PIDs) with schedules, budgets, and scope. 
  • Maintain risk/issue logs with planned mitigations and conduct monthly reviews. 
  • Provide monthly project status reports and progress updates. 
  • Prepare and maintain project cash flows and financial reports. 
  • Ensure resource plans are in place for the entire project duration. 
  • Utilize change controls to manage deviations from approved baselines. 
  • Complete project closure reports upon completion of each project. 
Required Skills and Experience: 
  • Demonstrated experience in Project Management Services implementation. 
  • Proficiency in project development methodologies and standards (PRINCE2/Agile). 
  • Knowledge of ICT systems, applications, and best practices. 
  • Experience with network infrastructure, server management, cloud services, and cybersecurity. 
  • Excellent presentation and communication skills for engaging with stakeholders across multiple business areas. 
Additional Requirements: 
  • Successful delivery of assigned work packages within time, quality, budget, and scope. 
  • Achieve agreed business outcomes. 
  • Comply with governance framework and project management standards. 
  • Monthly project status reporting and weekly timesheet submissions. 
  • Attendance at quarterly business engagement meetings and other required meetings. 
If you're interested in this opportunity, please apply with your resume/CV and availability details. If you have any questions please contact on or on 08 9287 9815. 

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