Who we are:
Founded in 1937, MSU Federal Credit Union is owned and operated by members of the Michigan State University and Oakland University communities. We offer financial services to MSU and OU faculty, staff, students, alumni association members, and their families as well as a variety of select employee groups
A day in the life of a Project Manager:
The Project Manager (PM) is responsible for overseeing the successful planning, execution, and completion of enterprise-wide business and technology projects that provide exceptional value to members, employees, and the community. The PM provides input and feedback on emerging portfolio project management and agile operating disciplines, to ensure that projects and initiatives are accomplished in alignment with the Credit Union's mission, culture, and strategic plan. This position may be responsible for managing several concurrent high visibility projects in a fast-paced environment with multiple business departments, branches, and communities. This position will report to the PPM Program Manager.
This position offers a hybrid (role with a combination of working both onsite at the Headquarters 2 building in East Lansing and remotely) or remote work arrangement. A schedule of expected onsite and remote workdays will be discussed during the interview process.
Consistently initiates, plans, and executes key MSUFCU enterprise wide business and technology projects. Functions as both diplomat and negotiator by proactively identifying and objectively facilitating resolution of cross-team impediments on all projects assigned.
Develops and maintains a project vision statement, timelines, and work plan to help cross functional teams understand project roles, assignments, deliverables, and targeted completion dates.
Establishes and measures critical success factors for each assigned project, including benefits, costs, and schedule. Fosters an environment of continuous improvement by participating in retrospectives and sharing lessons learned.
Schedules and facilitates project team meetings and conducts written and/or verbal presentations to department, management, and credit union staff.
Develops relationships with third party vendors as necessary for assigned projects, including communicating via email, phone, etc., arranging meetings, and discussing questions and requirements in order to complete assigned projects.
Develops and shares regular project status updates with project team members and executive sponsors. Proactively identifies, mitigates, and resolves impediments to successful project execution.
Works proactively with product owners, business systems analysts, and project team members to identify and make key decisions regarding project scope and priorities, service designs, target timelines, deliverables, and deployment strategies.
Effectively builds consensus with key stakeholders, executive team, and project team members across department lines. Coaches and guides team members through the process of successful project execution in an agile environment.
Supports the Product Owner and Executive Sponsor in managing expectations for project deliverables, stakeholder communications, and effective project team collaboration.
Promotes empowerment of the project team, ensuring that each team member is fully engaged in the project and making a meaningful contribution, while encouraging a sustainable pace with high-levels of quality.
Works closely with other Information Technology teams and other Credit Union departments; coordinating projects that need shared resources, determining and resolving any overlapping impacts on various systems, and ensuring good working relationships between all employees.
Conducts training and provides guidance on project management and continuous process improvement to direct reports and Credit Union leadership and project stakeholders to ensure understanding of methodology.
Stay current on financial and technology industry topics with ongoing education, through readings, webinars, trainings, conferences, etc.
Participates in training activities within the department/branches/human resources, as well as training outside the department; such training helps to ensure staff compliance with Credit Union policies and state and federal regulations and laws.
Assists in periodic audits of project management related system usage and connections to ensure compliance with the Credit Union's Safeguarding Member Information Standards and Procedures, policies, and to guard against unauthorized users and undesirable or destructive software. Respond to and take corrective action for any audit findings for reporting areas' related systems.
Assists as needed in the development, documentation, and enforcement of IT Standards and Procedures and the Safeguarding Member Information Policy with other IT leadership.
Acts as a role model by demonstrating initiative, responsibility, integrity, professionalism, and dependability. Create relationships built on trust, open dialogue, and transparency in order to support the team and overall Credit Union culture and mission.
Perform other duties and assist other employees, as assigned.
What you can bring to MSUFCU:
Bachelor's degree (B.A.) or equivalent, or actively pursuing this degree in Computer Science, Information Science, Information Technology Management, Business Administration or another related field from accredited four-year college or university.
PMP and/or PMI-ACP certification is preferred.
5+ years of related experience in project management. Must have proven project management skills with past project management assignments of varying complexity and experience.
Experience overseeing multi-function project teams with at least 20+ team members including Developers, Business... For full info follow application link.
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