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Program Manager

PMP

Insurance

Less than 24h ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | Michigan Farm Bureau Family of Companies

Program Manager

Less than 24h ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | Michigan Farm Bureau Family of Companies

Michigan Farm Bureau Family of Companies

Opening date:October 25

Closing date: November 25 2021

Industry:Insurance,

Type:Full Time

Seniority levelEntry

Job description

To lead the development of the overall approach for the projects managed by Program Management Office, its major time frames, and the definition of its major deliverables to address and meet the desired goals and outcomes. To maintain alignment with the business strategy and accountability for all program activities. To be in charge of shaping the approach to achieving the desired outcomes through development to delivery. To work directly with the Project Managers, operational leaders, and other Program Management teams to ensure workloads are balanced on all projects. To communicate program status to stakeholders and sponsors. To escalate issues and risks to leadership and work closely with business and technical expertise.

Lead the development of the overall approach for Program Management Office, its major time frames, the definition of its major deliverables to address, and meet the desired goals and outcomes. Maintain alignment with the business strategy.

Manage day-to-day activities to ensure programs and projects meet organization goals and requirements. Implement and provide guidance related to PMO processes and policies. Oversee the work of project management staff, and work with other department leaders to define, prioritize, and develop projects and programs.

Partner with the stakeholders and sponsors to communicate program goals, objectives, and potential outcomes.

Required Bachelor’s degree in business, insurance or other related field required, or equivalent experience may be considered. Five or more years of program management experience with medium-scale programs and 7 or more years of project management experience required. Experience as a senior project manager or other managerial position required. Business acumen, including industry- and domain-specific knowledge of the organization and its business units required. Proven successful track record in building positive relationships required. Certification in Project Management (PMP) or actively pursuing.

Preferred Familiarity with industry trends and innovation preferred.

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Program Manager

PMP

Insurance

Less than 24h ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan

Program Manager

Less than 24h ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan

Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan

Opening date:October 25

Closing date: November 25 2021

Industry:Insurance,

Type:Full Time

Seniority levelEntry

Job description

Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company of Michigan

Job ID:
2021-3392

# of Openings: 1

Location: Lansing, MI

Category: Information Technology

Company Name: Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company of Michigan

Status: Regular Full-Time

Work Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Salary Minimum: USD $95,409.00/Yr.

OBJECTIVE

To lead the development of the overall approach for the projects managed by Program Management Office, its major time frames, and the definition of its major deliverables to address and meet the desired goals and outcomes. To maintain alignment with the business strategy and accountability for all program activities. To be in charge of shaping the approach to achieving the desired outcomes through development to delivery. To work directly with the Project Managers, operational leaders, and other Program Management teams to ensure workloads are balanced on all projects. To communicate program status to stakeholders and sponsors. To escalate issues and risks to leadership and work closely with business and technical expertise.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Lead the development of the overall approach for Program Management Office, its major time frames, the definition of its major deliverables to address, and meet the desired goals and outcomes. Maintain alignment with the business strategy.

Manage day-to-day activities to ensure programs and projects meet organization goals and requirements. Implement and provide guidance related to PMO processes and policies. Oversee the work of project management staff, and work with other department leaders to define, prioritize, and develop projects and programs.

Partner with the stakeholders and sponsors to communicate program goals, objectives, and potential outcomes.

QUALIFICATIONS

Required:
Bachelor's degree in business, insurance or other related field required, or equivalent experience may be considered. Five or more years of program management experience with medium-scale programs and 7 or more years of project management experience required. Experience as a senior project manager or other managerial position required. Business acumen, including industry- and domain-specific knowledge of the organization and its business units required. Proven successful track record in building positive relationships required. Certification in Project Management (PMP) or actively pursuing.

Preferred: Familiarity with industry trends and innovation preferred.

PM19

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.

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Construction Projects Manager

PMP

Construction

Less than 24h ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | AAA-The Auto Club Group

Construction Projects Manager

Less than 24h ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | AAA-The Auto Club Group

AAA-The Auto Club Group

Opening date:October 25

Closing date: November 25 2021

Industry:Construction,

Type:Full Time

Seniority levelAssociate

Job description

The Auto Club Group (ACG) provides membership, travel, insurance and financial services offerings to approximately 9 million members and customers across 14 states and 2 U.S. territories through the AAA, Meemic and Fremont brands. ACG belongs to the national AAA federation and is the second largest AAA club in North America.

Primary Duties And Responsibilities

Coordinates new construction, major renovations and repairs of corporate properties to include the design and development of space/building plans and specifications. Prepares requests for proposals and associated bid documents and participates in contractor/supplier selection. Participates in the development and maintenance of ACG retail design and recommends design/process improvements. Reviews architectural plans and specifications for alignment with ACG standards and project objectives. Prepares cost estimates, schedules, correspondence, contracts and purchase requisitions for assigned projects and authorizes payments for services performed. Develops detailed project schedules and measures business readiness for each deployment. Manages external contractors and consultants to develop and recommend construction and maintenance of new/existing AAA buildings and grounds. Performs onsite inspections to ensure adherence to project plan/schedule/budget. Manages construction managers, architectural firms, etc. regarding project timelines/status and/or concerns. Modifies project plan as necessary to attain objectives. Consults with governmental authorities and adheres to local zoning regulations, permits and special construction requirements ensuring that ACG facilities are in compliance with all codes. Prepares and manages project budgets. Manages space planning to conform to ACG standards and coordinates these plans and activities with other ACG service functions to assure timely and accurate completion of projects. Provides oversight to team to monitor and resolves cross team issues.

Works in cooperation with other Corporate Real Estate staff regarding the installation of security systems, graphics, furniture, etc.

Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree in Construction, Architecture, Engineering, Project Management, or a related field.

Professional designations to include Project Management Professional (PMP), Real Property Administrator (RPA), Facility Management Administrator (FMA) and/or Certified Facility Manager (CFM).

Professional experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Architecture
  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • Real estate
  • Project management

Knowledge And Skills

  • Facilitating project priorities and implementation of schedules
  • Working with management to facilitate and drive consensus for all phases of construction projects.

Work Environment

Frequently (up to 50% of work time), travels to ACG properties and affiliated locations, construction sites, real estate properties, etc. with exposure to road hazards and temperature extremes.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications:

Education

High School diploma or equivalent

Experience

  • Working within a project team as the primary point of contact to manage all the design and construction processes and vendors as related to assigned projects
  • Coordinating construction/renovation projects within a Corporate Headquarters environment
  • Space allocation, planning and design of retail stores/call centers/Corporate offices
  • Writing/preparing construction/renovation project bid specifications
  • Project cost analysis, scheduling, estimating, and budget preparation
  • Building construction and facilities management.
  • Coordination of bids for projects
  • Working with architects, engineers, contractors and building officials
  • Using project management methodologies and tools
  • Preparing business plans and proposals for project initiatives
  • Managing and tracking project deliverables
  • Analyzing and defining resources and skill requirements for projects

Knowledge And Skills

  • Comprehensive understanding of architectural and engineering drawings and specifications and trade responsibilities and demarcation points
  • Building trade products, materials, services, building codes, OSHA and Hazardous Materials Codes sufficient to monitor, evaluate and recommend construction or repair of various facilities
  • PC applications including Microsoft Project, Word and Excel
  • Knowledge of the design and operation of HVAC systems (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning), electrical systems (UPS, basic electrical switch-gear, lighting systems, etc), life safety systems so as to make recommendations regarding the construction or repair of various facilities to include: heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), fire suppression systems, Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) equipment, surge suppression and electrical switch gear, elevator maintenance and associated systems
  • Organization and planning
  • Analyzing and problem solving
  • Coordinating and controlling multiple projects
  • Providing clear directives and effectively communicate goals and objectives to team
  • Preparing and presenting reports (i.e. construction scheduling, gant charts, etc.)
  • Coordinating multiple complex activities
  • Communicating effectively with others in a work environment and with the public (i.e. vendors, contractors, ACG staff)
  • Maintaining a valid driver's license and safely operate a motor vehicle to monitor construction/renovation projects at various locations throughout ACG.
  • Analyzing, reconciling and approving extensive construction invoicing packages
  • Facilitating project priorities and implementation of schedules
  • Managing activities of various external professionals/trade personnel (e.g. Architects, Engineers, construction managers, electricians, etc.) and construction personnel
  • Excellent presentation, persuasion and interpersonal skills including report/proposal preparation and presentation.
  • Strong analytical and time management skills, including the ability to analyze and interpret data gathered from project team to determine how information impacts business strategy and timelines
  • Written communication skills to include technical writing and preparation of reports. (A sample may be required at time of interview).
  • Willingness to remain on call twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week. May be required to work extended hours including nights and weekends.
  • Willingness to work extended hours and travel throughout the ACG footprint.

The Auto Club Group offers a competitive compensation and benefits packages including a base salary with performance based incentives; medical/dental/vision insurance, 401(k), generous time off, a complimentary AAA Membership and much more!

The Auto Club Group, and all of its affiliated companies, is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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DIRECTOR-IT & FACILITIES PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE

Healthcare

1 day ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | Sparrow Health System

DIRECTOR-IT & FACILITIES PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE

1 day ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | Sparrow Health System

Sparrow Health System

Opening date:October 24

Closing date: November 24 2021

Industry:Healthcare,

Type:Full Time

Seniority levelDirector

Job description

Job Opportunity Job ID: 29745 Positions Location: East Lansing, MI Job Description General Purpose of Job: Description:

Positions Location:
East Lansing, MI

Job Description

General Purpose of Job
:

Lead the Information Technology and Facilities Project management office for Sparrow Health System. Manage demand intake, budgeting, and implementation/construction for enterprise projects. Responsible for executing the strategy related to project methodology, architecture, tools, processes, and resource planning. Responsible for managing and develop IT project leadership talent. Work closely with senior leadership team to align various IT and facilities initiatives. This position requires significant capacity to manage multiple competing objectives and to communicate complex technical information in clear and unambiguous terms to management and end user personnel. Position also requires strict adherence to budget management and guidelines for project selection, management, and implementation efforts.

Common Duties and Responsibilities: Responsible for planning, coordinating, monitoring and implementing very complex IT programs to meet organizational goals. Oversees and provides guidance to the personnel responsible for the organization's portfolio of projects. Maintains the efficiency of important aspects of the project management process such as planning, scheduling, and budget and risk assessment. Responsible for day-to-day operations of the project management office

Middle level management responsible for building and providing direction to the IT and Facilities project management office. Manages and mentors program managers, project managers, testing coordinators, and release managers. Works under the general direction of senior level management.

Essential Duties

This job description is intended to cover the minimum essential duties assigned on a regular basis. Caregivers may be asked to perform additional duties as assigned by their leader. Leadership has the right to alter or modify the duties of the position.

  • Defines and develops IT and Facilities project/program management best practices, processes, and policy to ensure alignment with corporate strategy and goals.
  • Partners with multi-departmental leadership and other stakeholders to locate opportunities and develop and prioritize projects according to relevant measurement criteria.
  • Responsible for the supervision and evaluation of project and program managers to ensure that all projects the within IT and facilities programs are delivered within the defined scope, quality, time and cost requirements.
  • Collaborates with IT Managers and Directors in coordinating and planning the application, network and telecommunication needs of projects.
  • Collaborates with the Facilities Director in coordinating and planning the construction projects as defined by the Master Facilities Plan
  • Ensure timely and accurate sizing of projects to include development of goals and objectives, identification of resource requirements and timing.
  • Select and assemble Project Teams, coordinate resource allocation between the User community, contractors, Facilities departments, and IT departments to ensure resource conflicts are at a minimum.
  • Develop, implement, and manage the program/project management methodology.
  • Participates in budgeting and capital equipment processes and activities for the organization.
  • Analyzes best-in-class processes, establishes customer satisfaction metrics, and understands the interaction and relationship of the healthcare operations and technology.
  • Champions the application of quality principles in business, information technology and contruction processes through training, meetings, team facilitation, communication programs, and team building activities.
  • Ensures the project management office tools meet the highest quality standards.
  • Develop clear and concise documentation, instruction manuals, and audit trails of program changes and testing processes in accordance with the departmental and programming standards.
  • Establish continuous improvement and serve as primary advisor of project management best practices and other resources to meet the demands of the Project Managers dedicated to the program Qualifications
  • Recruit and develop high performing internal talent to support the level of portfolio demand, expanding and contracting with external resources when necessary
  • Coach and mentor project team members ensuring a successful execution
  • Enable Project Manager capability development of all Project Management staff, project stakeholders, and the expansion of Project Management general knowledge across the program through various learning and development initiatives and services
  • Manages projects as needed

Job Requirements



General Requirements

  • Certified in Project Management or American Hospital Association Certified Healthcare Constructor - preferred.

Work Experience

  • Minimum of 7 years combined IT, Facilities, or healthcare industry work experience
  • Minimum of 5 years of leadership experience managing cross functional teams
  • Experience working in a program management office (PMO) using project and portfolio management tools
  • Project management experience in which one or more of the following occurred: o Demonstrated high competency in the execution of multiple large projects o Demonstrated competency in strategic thinking and leadership, with strong abilities in relationship management o Gained experience in managing resources to meet goals across multiple projects o Gained experience in leading multidiscipline, high-performance work teams/groups o Demonstrated competency in developing efficient and effective solutions to diverse and complex business problems
  • Experience in managing and leading a project management team - preferred.
  • IT and business work experience including managing team(s) in systems analysis, application support and/or programming functions, or project management. - preferred.
  • Group leadership and IT or facilities related management - preferred.

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Business, Healthcare Administration, Construction Management, or a Project Management related field

Specialized Knowledge and Skills

  • Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with colleagues at different levels of the business up through the most senior levels within the enterprise
  • Ability to establish and maintain a high level of trust and confidence in the business, IT, and Facilities communities
  • Strong analytical and conceptual skills
  • Strong financial analysis skills and familiarity with financial reporting tools
  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to clearly communicate vision, mission, goals and themes
  • Strong collaboration and influence capabilities
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver presentations of complex financial and business information to a diverse audience
  • Demonstrated ability to manage diverse groups of technical professionals that have expertise in different domains
  • Sound understanding of technology and its application to achieve business objectives
  • Good knowledge of business area activities
  • Flexible to lead in an ever changing work environment

Sparrow Health System is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

Requirements

Job Family Information Technology Requirements

Shift Days

Degree Type / Education Level Bachelor's

Status Full-time

Facility Sparrow Hospital

Experience Level 4-9 Years

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Senior Portfolio Program Manager

Information Technology

1 day ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | Iron Mountain

Senior Portfolio Program Manager

1 day ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | Iron Mountain

Iron Mountain

Opening date:October 24

Closing date: November 24 2021

Industry:Information Technology,

Type:Full Time

Seniority levelMid-Senior

Job description

At Iron Mountain we protect what our customers value most, from the everyday to the extraordinary, while helping them bridge the physical and digital world. Our people have the opportunity to bring their creativity to a workplace that thrives on change. Here, you will be part of a team that doesn’t just embrace what’s exceptional. It creates exceptional.

As a trusted partner to our clients there is a requirement that our Mountaineers must be vaccinated.

HR Service Delivery Program Manager - Global Portfolio

Iron Mountain’s HR Service Delivery group is hiring an experienced Program Manager. You will join a dynamic and fast-paced organization whose mission is to be a trusted, strategic partner to our internal and external customers through optimization, standardization, and enterprise capabilities.

The Program Manager owns successful delivery of large, high-impact initiatives while simultaneously tracking a set of smaller projects that are led by Project Managers located around the world. You will closely collaborate with key Human Resources stakeholders, specifically COEs to understand and prioritize the projects that will deliver the desired outcomes.

The Program Manager understands HR programs and objectives, and partners with the team to deliver solutions to solve business problems in a very ambiguous, fast-paced, and collaborative environment. It relies on influence, adaptability and ingenuity over authority to drive delivery.

Responsibilities

Program & Project Management

  • Integrate inputs from many stakeholders to establish and manage a consolidated scope, schedule and budget for assigned programs
  • Maintain the HR roadmap and own all aspects of delivery for large, high-impact global initiatives
  • Contributes to business cases and partners with program owners and operations stakeholders for current and future business process workflow/experience documentation to support planning and design stages of new solution development
  • Accountable for ensuring the nominated project management methodology is adhered to and achieves the desired results
  • People management of project managers, as applicable
  • Lead resource planning and prioritization for assigned programs
  • Communicate clearly and effectively to executive management on the plans, dependencies, status and critical issues
  • Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of HR Service Delivery program management through lessons learned and other continuous improvement initiatives
  • Partners and collaborates with other teams on related deliverables and leverages others in relevant work streams
  • Provide input to yearly budgets for the upcoming HR program initiatives
  • Has a sense of personal accountability for the quality and completeness of the entire program/product/service and resulting user experience
  • Lead major global initiatives and secure stakeholder support by integrating business, suppliers, operations, and HR leadership input into the decision-making process

Key Skills, Requirements And Competencies

  • Proven program leader experienced in managing a geographically dispersed team of employees and external contractors
  • Demonstrable experience leading and delivering HR initiatives
  • Understanding of HR functions/programs such as Employee Benefits, Learning and Development, Talent Management and Recruitment
  • Experience leading or contributing to a transformative technology program, a plus
  • Strong facilitation and communication skills; clear & concise communications at multiple levels
  • Demonstrates global awareness and recognizes the global impact of decisions, with the ability to adjust strategy as necessary
  • Skilled at working effectively with cross-functional teams in a matrix organization
  • Experience in M&A a plus
  • Experience in process improvement and Six Sigma certification is preferred

Category: Program and Project Management Group

Iron Mountain is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity. We recruit and hire applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, or any other factor prohibited by law.

To view the Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law posters and the supplement, as well as the Pay Transparency Policy Statement, CLICK HERE

Requisition: J0035732

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Project Manager

Information Technology

1 day ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | innoSoul, Inc.

Project Manager

1 day ago | Lansing, Michigan, United States | innoSoul, Inc.

innoSoul, Inc.

Opening date:October 24

Closing date: November 24 2021

Industry:Information Technology,

Type:Full Time

Seniority levelEntry

Job description

Job ID: MI-94004 (98191024)

Project Manager with quality control, planning/Staffing/Reporting and SOM Methodology experience.

Skills:

Location: Lansing MI (MDOT)

Duration: 12 months

Remote or On-site? Local candidates or willing to relocate at the candidate’s expense. Candidates MUST work hybrid on-site 2 days a week.

Skills:

– Act as a subject matter expert for the enterprise project management tool Clarity and assist clients with questions related to tool functionality.

– Regularly interact with the project management teams for status of budget, quality and schedule, escalate issues and risks as needed to executives and exercise project quality control activities to ensure project scope expectations are met.

– Continuously communicate detail plans and expectations to project team members and stakeholders throughout the entire lifecycle of the project.

ITPM1 – Position Description

This position provides oversight, leadership, accountability and project management functions for small or

medium sized projects within the PMO supporting EGLE, DNR, MDARD and DMVA.

This position serves as a PMO resource to DTMB managers, supervisors, and staff that are involved in

application maintenance and development.

This position also serves as the project administrator for projects included in the DTMB project portfolio and

as a liaison between DTMB and the client concerning requests, standards, and other program and project

matters.

Roles and Responsibilities:

-Provide PLANNING, STAFFING needs and REPORTING to insure the successful completion of

assigned projects according to the sponsor’s goals and objectives.

-Establish and monitor project CONTROLLING methods to insure timely knowledge and awareness of

changes to project cost, quality or schedule.

-Continuously communicate detail plans and expectations to project team members and stakeholders

throughout the entire lifecycle of the project.

-Regularly interact with the project management teams for status of budget, quality and schedule, escalate

issues and risks as needed to executives and exercise project quality control activities to ensure project

scope expectations are met.

-Development and maintenance of all SOM Methodology (SUITE) documents and deliverables from

project initiation and planning through project closeout activities for ready access by all stakeholders.

-Creates standards, procedures and templates for staff to use in their daily tasks.

-Serves on assigned task forces, special committees and/or research groups.

-Provides internal staff training.

-Interacts with a variety of teams as needed to develop and maintain project schedules and related

documents. Assists in information gathering, budget analysis, project estimating, and procurement.

-Provides assistance on special projects. Promotes compliance with the State Unified Information

Technology Environment (SUITE). May utilize Scrum methodology and practices.

-Serve as the project administrator for projects included in the DTMB project portfolio. Serve as a liaison

between DTMB and the client concerning requests, standards, and other program and project matters.

-functioning as a consultant to DTMB and client agency managers, supervisors, and staff in all aspects of

SUITE usage.

-Ensure proper documentation is saved in EPMO Project Repository

-Maintain and monitor scope, schedule and budget of assigned project(s).

-Facilitate and participate in project meetings and capture notes, action items, etc

-Research and collect project data necessary to meet project reporting.

-Act as a subject matter expert for the enterprise project management tool Clarity and assist clients with

questions related to tool functionality.

-Regular project updates in various project management tools.

-Day-to-day project management tool administration

-Modifications to project management tools, methodologies, or processes.

-Perform miscellaneous functions as needed to contribute to the overall operation and objectives of the

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