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    The incumbent has responsibility for identifying customer's information systems requirements; analyzing information systems requirements or environments; conducting analytical studies, cost-benefit analyses, or other research; and evaluating and monitoring compliance with laws, regulations, policies and standards.

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    As an Information Technology Project Manager you will:

    • Provide oversight and management of information technology projects related to any of the following areas: Application Management Systems, Integrated Services Support, CDC/IS Systems, Data and Database Management Services, Identify Access Management, Business Analytics, and Software Engineering Services.
    • Plan, develop, organize, coordinate, and manage information technology projects.
    • Define required resource, develop and gain approval of project plans and budgets, and conduct cost/benefits analyses and risk assessments.
    • Monitor and review project progress; and obtain user acceptance of completed products and services.
    • Provide functional leadership and oversight of technical .NET developers; ensure adherence to division technical standards; perform technical design and code reviews to ensure quality of division developed code.
    • Leads division in implementation of appropriately tailored development methodologies such as Agile and iterative development within the division EPLC governance framework.
    • Provide direction for projects involving general database administration activities, database tests and investigations, traces, and debugging.
    • Provide direction and technical oversight for projects involving requirements definition, text mining, metrics development, trends analysis, and modeling development.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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