Senior (10+ years) Project Manager / Collaboration Manager to create and implement a roadmap for collaboration tools (M365, SharePoint) across various lines of businesses.

Job Type: Permanent
Positions to fill: 1
Start Date: Jan 01, 2024
Job End Date: Jan 01, 2024
Pay Rate: Salary: Negotiable
Job ID: 133962
Location: Vancouver
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Our Food Industry Client is seeking a Senior (10+ years) Project Manager / Collaboration Manager to create and implement a roadmap for collaboration tools (M365, SharePoint) across various lines of businesses.


Permanent Position. In Office : Richmond, BC.


Must-Have:

  • 7+ years experience implementing modern collaboration technologies i.e., Microsoft 365 (SharePoint, Teams, Power Platform)
  • Experience with Business Process analysis, Process design, Business Case Development and Presentation
  • Change Management - proven experience influencing C-level Stakeholders and communicating change to cross functional teams
  • Developing comprehensive Request for Proposals (RFPs) and managing the collaboration RFP process
  • End-user training


Nice-to-Have:

  • Education or training in finance or accounting


Responsibilities:


  • Gain an understanding the Company‚Äôs collaboration requirements in order to develop and maintain (on an on-going basis) a short-term (6 month) and long-term (1 to 3 years) strategic collaboration plan with supporting project initiatives, updated quarterly.
  • Demonstrate and evangelize progressive collaboration tools, including but not limited to the Microsoft 365 suite of applications, as relevant and applicable to Premium Brands, including procedural and usage best practices.
  • Design collaboration systems that maximize content discovery, content creation, and sustainability of effective access.
  • Establish governance practices that safeguard Premium Brands intellectual property while providing effective collaborative user experiences.
  • Ensure data retention and backup practices meet Premium Brands requirements for recoverability and survivability needs.
  • Train staff on collaboration best practices, including the development of written and video training material as well as in-person training.