Infrastructure Project Coordinator/ Junior Project Manager
Title: Infrastructure Project Coordinator/ Junior Project Manager
Duration: 12 months rolling contract
Location: Burwood, NSW and travel to other sites expected. (e.g. Parramatta or CBD)
This role reports to the Infrastructure Project Portfolio Manager.
The IT Project Coordinator/ Junior Project Manager is responsible for managing the delivery of a range of infrastructure project activities and tasks in orchestrating and coordinating the design and delivery of services by multiple third-party suppliers - aligned to and leveraging Project Execution Framework Methodology (PEFm).
Our client is looking for a Junior Project Manager someone who has worked with the Senior PM and organised getting a server being built or organised to install servers etc. They are looking to bring on board a 'doer' who manages all activities and tasks including current vendors.
A true Project Coordinator who has worked amongst large project teams, managing reporting, admin etc to get the governance right is NOT what the client is looking for.
Someone with a technical background with an interest in becoming a PM or an ex BA who has decided to go down the PM path would be good. The will be a stepping stone role.
This division plans to introduce a PM practice / Centre of Excellence, so any Prince 2, PMBOK or PMP training is preferred. You will be working in office relocation environment, i.e. working with PMs that are involved in office relocation projects.
- Understanding of infrastructure services including data centre and hosting platforms and products, network services (voice, mobile, data), messaging and collaboration services, and productivity and mobility services.
- Experience with leading practice project management methodologies, and the practical application of those methodologies on infrastructure projects (e.g. managing project financials, scope, resourcing, schedule, suppliers, risks, issues, dependencies etc.).
- Sound understanding of IT service management principles and processes, change and release management.
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Contact Name: Nivy Sahoo
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