The following position reporting to Sara Chambers, Director, Enterprise Lifetime Engagement is being
posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at https://jobs.iu.edu/
Refer to job number #6246.
Project Manager, Lifetime Engagement Enterprise Advancement Systems - PA4IT
Description and Responsibilities:
This position is part of the Lifetime Engagement initiative and will focus primarily on the Enterprise Advancement System (EAS) components. As such, the incumbent will assist the technical and functional project directors with project management and will be responsible for project planning, coordination of tasks associated with design, development, and implementation of a new enterprise-wide application that supports the Advancement activities of Indiana University. IU is developing this application in partnership with Campus Management Corp (CMC) which will also require coordination of tasks, deliverables and milestones from our vendor partner's staff as well as from IU's internal staff.
As with any enterprise-wide application, this position will need to be aware and account for requirements and tasks associated with readiness activities across multiple departments and campuses. The EAS manager will work primarily with administrators and business leaders in the IU Foundation and IU Alumni Association domains. Additionally, tight coordination with the Lifetime Engagement/Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) leadership will be essential. In addition to strong project management experience, the incumbent will be expected to have strong, relevant technology skills and will serve as the IT Manager and Sr. Technology lead for the EAS portion of the Lifetime Engagement product set.
The incumbent will manage the activities of systems analysts and programming personnel and coordinate functional business analysts activities that are directly associated with assigned projects. And will oversee staff in day-to-day activities of systems management including planning, evaluation, selection, implementation, maintenance, documentation and management of systems. 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. Also, coordinates the activities of the section with other sections, participates in organization and unit-wide planning initiatives, and the development of overall strategic plans and architectures for information systems. Acts for the Director as required.
REQUIRED: Baccalaureate degree (Masters degree desirable), plus a minimum of 5 years experience in information technology with at least 3 years in a management or lead analyst role. Demonstrated success in managing and supporting complex information infrastructure components in support of the delivery of mission critical, enterprise-wide, business applications. Excellent oral, written communication and interpersonal skills required. Strong project management required. Experience with large system projects in a university environment is preferred but not required.
Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment institution.