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Sr. Program Project Manager

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Send resumes with subject line “Sr. Program/Project Manager” to: [email protected]

The Technology/IT Group seeks an experienced project and program management professional to manage the deployment of cloud-based systems as defined by critical projects in support of product development and implementation strategies. In collaboration with cross-functional teams in various departments, this includes managing project schedules and overseeing the planning, tracking and reporting of projects.

Areas of Responsibility: 
  • Design, plan and facilitate project kickoffs, timeline reviews, and project-based meetings as needed.
  • Successfully manage project scope, customer expectations and multiple initiatives simultaneously by eliciting and documenting customer requirements and business processes using document analysis, requirements workshops, business process descriptions, use cases, scenarios, business analysis, task and workflow analysis.
  • Enhance productivity through process improvements, task automation, and new technology.
  • Follow standard Project Management Professional (PMP) methodology to serve as project management Lead for software and/or system implementation projects.
  • Build and facilitate relationships establishing proactive communication and collaboration between external and internal partners to analyze information needs, functional requirements, implementation plans, and ensuring that up-to-date information is communicated to all stakeholders. Foster and promote an atmosphere of open communication that builds trust across the organization
  • Utilize core project and implementation management tools and processes for the successful delivery of various projects
  • Manage capacities, constraints, risks and issues during the project period and through the transfer of completed projects to the owning department.
  • Actively participate in the customers’ system acceptance process by providing customer test plans and test scenarios as needed.
  • Accommodate shifting timelines and priorities as defined by our program management teams.
Educational Background: 
Bachelor's degree or equivalent; PMP certification (preferred)
Skills/Experience: 
  • PMP (or other) Project Management certification/training preferred.
  • Minimum of 4+ years’ experience in technology project management.
  • Hands-on technical skills and background in development preferred.
Compensation/Benefits: 

Benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, welfare plans (life, AD&D, long-term and short-term disability), and a 403B plan. Collaborative Classroom is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to racial equity and social justice. NOTE: There is no relocation budget available.

How to Apply: 

Send resumes with subject line “Sr. Program/Project Manager” to: [email protected]

Organization Info

Center for the Collaborative Classroom

Overview
Headquarters: 
Alameda, CA, USA
Annual Budget : 
$10-50M
Size: 
51-200 employees
Founded: 
1980
About Us
Areas of Focus: 
Mission: 

Collaborative Classroom is a mission-driven, nonprofit organization committed to ensuring that students have the opportunity to become highly literate critical thinkers, appreciate others' ideas and opinions, learn to agree and disagree respectfully, and think critically about big ideas. Our programs are used in 80,000 classrooms across the country impacting the lives of over 2 million students daily, raising student grades and test scores, building relationships, and bolstering student and teacher engagement.

Programs: 

Making Meaning provides a full year of research-based, whole-class reading and vocabulary instruction for grades K–6 teaching students comprehension and self-monitoring strategies proficient readers use.

Being a Reader: research-based early reading curriculum for grades K-2 designed to teach foundational skills and systematically develops early reading competencies and comprehension.

Being a Writer: provides a full year of research-based whole-class writing instruction for grades K–6. teaching the writing process while developing intrinsic motivation for the craft of writing.

SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words): a research-based decoding intervention program proven to help new or struggling readers in grades K–12 build skills and confidence for fluent, independent reading. 

Book Clubs: Utilizing research-based best practices for small-group reading, Book Clubs provides the foundational lessons for setting up independent, student-led book clubs and a variety of mini-lessons that support and deepen book discussions.

Why Work For Us?: 

Collaborative Classroom is committed to our continued culture-based programs related to diversity and belonging as well as to promoting systemic and behavioral actions and changes that increase Diversity and Inclusivity (D&I).  Our mission to continue its on-going work around a company-wide D&I strategy will include partnering closely with internal departments and external community partners.

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Listing Stats

Post Date: 
Feb 11 2020
Active Until: 
Mar 11 2020
Hiring Organization: 
Center for the Collaborative Classroom
industry: 
Nonprofit