IT Project Manager

  • Harford Community College
  • 401 Thomas Run Rd, Bel Air, MD 21015
  • Nov 02, 2021
Full time Computer & Web Services, Info Technology

Job Description

The IT Project Manager is responsible for the planning, execution and delivery of technology projects.  This includes working with college departments and ITS staff, developing project plans, status reports, comprehensive documentation, and serving as the key contact for assigned projects. 
Duties include:

  • Assisting departments with completing project proposals for upcoming technology projects.
  • Working with project sponsors to set project goals and creating a project charter to meet those goals.
  • Organizing and facilitating project meetings to discuss project tasks, goals, and progress. 
  • Maintaining project plan and providing status reports.
  • Coordinating project team members and developing schedules and individual responsibilities around task assignments.
  • Using project management tools to track project performance and schedule adherence.
  • Conducting risk assessments for projects and notifying the project lead and/or sponsor.

The IT Project Manager assists in managing the full Information Technology Services project portfolio, identifies and documents process improvements, and best practices for campus projects, and performs other duties as assigned.  
This is an exempt, professional staff position.

Employees of Harford Community College, including instructors for online and virtual courses, must be residents of Maryland or the contiguous states of Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia or the District of Columbia; non-residents are expected to relocate to meet this requirement.  

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