This position oversees the direction, long-term planning and operations of the Project Management Office. Direct and lead the activities of the Project Manager, Project Coordinators, Consultants, and Technical Writer. Coordinates a
de-centralized group of business analysts to ensure technology projects meet the needs of the business. Promotes technology awareness and creates an enterprise- level understanding of technology, and the value, scope and timelines associated to technology projects. Works with the Quality Control and Assurance Team for the successful delivery and implementation of all technology projects. Responsible for the Project Review Board activities to ensure that all projects and activities are properly captured and published for review college wide.
Leads the Resource Planning Initiatives providing IT Department to effectively manage priorities, projects and operational capacities. Provides multi-faceted administrative and technical support to the Information Technology - Chief Business Officer in a highly dynamic Information Technology environment.
Bachelor's degree required. Master's preferred, with course work in computer science, project management, business management, or in a related field.
Eight or more years of progressively managerial experience. Demonstrates success in executing tactical and strategic responsibilities of high-level management directing a Project Management Office in a dynamic Information Technology environment; of which, five or more years of experience in tracking, planning projects, working with large data sets and making data-driven analytical decisions, and three years of project management experience.
Daily - 15%: Responsible for leading and directing multiple cross-functional projects of medium to high
complexity, assembling project plans and teamwork assignments, directing and monitoring work efforts of Project Manager contractors on a daily basis, identifying resource needs, performing quality review; and escalating functional, quality, timeline issues appropriately.
Daily - 10%: Leads functional Business Users, Developers, Business Analysts, and Key Stakeholders to
develop Project Overview Statements, Business Plans and timelines for all IT supported projects.
Weekly - 5%: Develops long and short strategies for the Project Management Office to set the direction for the organization's project governance and leadership structure.
Daily - 5%: Provides leadership and direction for departmental business analysts to manage and assist with the development, definition, and documentation of system requirements and workflow processes.
Daily - 5%: Acts as an internal Lead Project Manager consultant and content expert to advise, assist or
influence IT technical staff and business units through the project management Life Cycle.
Daily - 5%: Lead and coach IT staff and key Business Users on project readiness activities and deliverables such as Business Requirements, Communications Planning, User testing, Business Training, Project
Documentation, and Process mappings.
Daily - 5%: Direct, creates, and maintains the project management portfolio and establishes project and
quality control methodologies to ensure compliance using defined performance metrics.
Weekly - 5%: Responsible for delivering all projects contained in the IT project portfolio on-time, within budget and meeting the strategic and business requirements.
Daily - 5%: Lead the Technical Writer efforts to produce and maintain all IT related documentation as well as policies, procedures, critical IT processes, user manuals, and metrics in order to communicate complex and technical information in clear and simple form.
Daily - 15%: Responsible for leading and managing the project management portfolio analysis for Information Technology to prioritize projects, and generate project reports, metrics, and timelines that ensure technology alignment with the College's strategic goals.
Monthly - 5%: Participates in the development, evaluation, and selection of software required to support
Project Management, central repository, and metrics reporting.
Weekly - 10%: Provides Hands On Leadership to the PMO staff and other IT Staff in the accurate
development of project and activity scope. This would include business case development, gathering system requirements, estimating man hours, timelines, detailed tasks, major milestones, budgets and staffing requirements across multiple disciplines throughout the college.
Daily - 5%: Actively leads an integrated approach to project management and business analysis with Quality Assurance, Security, Application Development, Systems, and Network Services teams.
Other - 5%: Performs related duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Certified Project Management Professional required to understand and manage multiple, complex technical projects and the successful implementation of project deliverables.
Ability to manage and plan for large-scale technology change in a dynamic environment through a formal project planning methodology and resource and capacity planning.
In-depth functional knowledge and expertise in development and execution project plans and delivery of results.
Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, internally and externally, with high level executives and community leaders concerning information technology initiatives and strategic direction.
Cultivate and maintain professional contacts with other higher education institutions and professional organizations and associations
Ability to address technical issues in both technical and non-technical terms, modifying delivery method based on the audience being addressed. Emphasis placed on translating technical communication into a means of communication that is better understood by non-technical staff.
Ability to train, motivate, and encourage employees to embrace new technologies implemented at the College and develop tech-savvy employees at all levels.
Director, Technology Projects
Full time Regular
IT Business Services
Cypress Creek Administrative Center
$80,000 - $110,000 - Salary commensurate with education and experience.
Hours Per Week
Posting End Date
To be considered for this position, a completed online employment application form along with a resume and unofficial transcript are required.
Designated Essential Personnel
Professional Technical Staff (PTS)
Special Instructions to Applicant:
For positions requiring a degree, the official transcripts are required upon hire.
An unofficial copy of the degree/transcript is acceptable during the application process and can be faxed to 954-201-7612 . On the fax transmittal, please state clearly the position name(s) and position number(s) the transcript is to be attached to.
Foreign Transcript: Transcripts issued outside of the United States require a equivalency statement from a certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached with the application and submitted by the application deadline.
All document(s) must be received on or before the closing date of the job announcements.
Employment is contingent upon successful completion of the required background screening process.
Diversity and Inclusion are a priority at Broward College
Broward College is a community in which diversity is valued and is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer. The College strongly encourages applications from eligible veterans and spouses of veterans, underrepresented groups, including minorities, women, and persons with disabilities. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation or any other legally protected characteristic.
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The intent of this description is to illustrate the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and should not be interpreted of describe all the specific duties and responsibilities that may be required in any particular position. Directly related education/experience beyond the minimum stated may be substituted where appropriate at the discretion of the Appointing Authority. Broward College reserves the right to revise or change job duties, job hours, and responsibilities.