Intermediate Project Manager to manage and lead GIS projects to support the GIS program - 013
Job Type: Contract
Positions to fill: 1
Start Date: Jan 03, 2024
Job End Date: Jul 05, 2024
Pay Rate: Hourly: Negotiable
Job ID: 133789
Duration: Jan 3rd 2024 - July 5, 2024
Hours: 7 hours/day, 35 hours/week, 1 hour unpaid lunch
- Manage and lead GIS technology projects to support the Public Works department’s GIS program, specifically:
- Utility Network
- Infracarta Replacement
- Amazon AWS to Azure GIS Data Migration
- Capital Project Data Standard
- Manage project teams in close collaboration with the business GIS Program Manager and business GIS program stakeholders, and all activities as they relate to the planning and execution of GIS technology projects.
- Manage significant budget allocation for projects including cost tracking and financial reporting.
- Work with clients to define business requirements for projects and write Business Cases and Project Charters and obtain approvals from Project Sponsors or Steering Committees, as required.
- Design the overall project strategy. Create, execute and control plans, and manage the change control process.
- Provide regular reporting to the Manager, IT PMO, Project Sponsors, Steering Committees, senior management, Council or other Committees and other stakeholders as appropriate.
- Develop and deliver presentations to client groups, Steering Committee, senior management groups,
- 3+ years of experience in Project Management
- Experience managing enterprise GIS implementation projects
- Experience managing enterprise projects based on ESRI GIS solutions, including ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Online
- University or college graduate in computer science or a related discipline
Nice to Haves:
- Experience in overseeing GIS deployments on secure hosted platforms such as Microsoft Azure and/or Amazon Web Services.
- Project management certification
- A post-graduate diploma in Geographic Information Systems
- Knowledge of system architecture and serviceoriented architecture and the interdisciplinary relationships of systems and technology