The following position reporting to Sara Chambers, Director of Enterprise Software, Enterprise Academic Systems is being
posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at https://jobs.iu.edu/
Refer to job number #7546.
Project Manager, Enterprise Software - PA4IT
Description and Responsibilities:
This position is responsible for the management of the activities of systems analysis and programming personnel for the Lifetime Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) Project team. The incumbent also has has responsibility for project management for all related systems development projects associated with the CRM system which is accessed by users in departments on all campuses of the university and has the full technical knowledge of a Systems/Analyst Programmer IV, but also has the management duties of directing and checking the work of the analyst/programmers; coordinates the activities of the Lifetime Engagement Systems Management team whose membership consists of business analysts from multiple user departments; provides technical leadership and council to the Project Director and Manager for the Enterprise Advancement System project; plans, organizes, schedules, and controls the work of the section; receiving policy level direction regarding standards and budgetary constraints; initiates personnel actions on hiring, promotions, and terminations; and coordinates the activities of the section with other sections. The project manager acts for the Directory of Lifetime Engagement as required.
Bachelor degree in computer science, management of information systems or closely related field. Masters degree desirable. Five to eight years of computing experience, including at least two years of project management/supervisory experience is required.
Expert experience with large system projects in a university environment. Able to operate effectively in a complex and dynamic environment. Able to negotiate and manage project priorities with key users and advisory groups. Resolve conflicts amongst technical groups, functional groups and ad-hoc committees; must have knowledge and practical experience with project management tools and application development methodologies. Demonstrated oral, written and presentation skills, with the ability to explain technical concepts to non-technical audiences. Strong analytical and problem solving skills; ability to manage and guide a complex range of functions and relationships within teams and departments for the entire university; capable of working with staff, faculty and university departments.
Must work well both independently and collaboratively with enthusiasm regarding new technologies. Must have demonstrated ability and comfort in working in situations high in uncertainty and ambiguity; ability to show excellent judgment maintaining confidentiality of sensitive information; and ability to deliver excellent outcomes under high degrees of pressure and short timelines.
Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment institution.