Delivery Lead Server Engineering - Heads Up/IT Delivery Lead/Project Manager
Detroit, MI. Posted 10 months ago
· Responsible for managing all aspects of implementation as it relates to technical delivery including infrastructure, security, resources, plan, schedule, budget, and reporting.
· IT Delivery Lead / Project Manager is responsible for implementation of infrastructure, security and architecture related software, hardware and services from project initiation to deployment and support.
· Manages all aspects of implementation as it relates to technical delivery including resources, plan, schedule, budget, reporting.
· Partners with business and technology to drive solutions from design to deployment.
· Facilitates the team providing hands on management of application configuration, operational support, and troubleshooting activities for enterprise applications as needed.
· Manages all internal and external technical resources in the delivery of technology solutions; plan and implement products, including assembly of all standard project artifacts and associated materials such as documentation, release notes, installation, quality and usage.
· Leads the delivery of projects across the IT portfolio, works with projects sponsors, process owners & business relationship manager to develop and deliver IT infrastructure, security and architecture implementations.
· IT Delivery Lead / Project Manager manages work through huddles and regular meetings – Project team huddle and status is owned by the DL (invite, agenda, participants and facilitation.) The DL is responsible for maintaining/tracking the progression of work (e.g. schedule, task list, action, etc.) The DL is responsible for ensuring all action items are captured and followed up on and closed. The DL is expected to escalate as necessary when they identify an issue/risk and are unable to resolve within context of huddle or if it has material impact on schedule, budget, etc.
· Communicate status to stakeholders – Project stakeholder communication is the responsibility of the DL. It is necessary that the DL keep the project sponsor (and BRM manager) informed with timely and regular communication. The minimum expectations are the project status report and a regular stakeholder meeting. The communications should provide how key activities are tracking (e.g. schedule, budget, OCM, etc.) and early awareness of any issues or risk that will change project status (red or yellow) and opportunity to provide input/approve get-to-green plans.