Program Manager PMO - (non ICT)

Job title: Program Manager PMO - (non ICT)
Discipline: Technology & Data Analytics
Location: Sydney CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
Contract: Contract
Salary: $75 - $85/per hour + Super
Salary low: 80
Salary high: 85
Contact: Joshua Greenhalgh
Call: Joshua
Email: email Joshua
Reference: 3339536


 
Program Manager PMO - (Non ICT)

  • 6-month contract

  • $75-$85 per hour + super

  • Sydney CBD/ Work from Home

 
About the Company

This NSW government agency is a major service provider who strives to deliver a more consistent and efficient experience within government. This government agency uses data and behavioural insights to drive improvements with government and providing services to NSW.  We are looking for someone to start as soon as possible for a 6-month contract paying up to $85 per hour excluding super.  This role is located in Sydney CBD + WFH
 
About the Role

The PMO Manager (Infrastructure & Assets (I&A) - Major Program Delivery) manages and coordinates the development, implementation and evaluation of complex projects to achieve project outcomes and support the achievement of organisational objectives.


Key accountabilities include:
 

  • Leads the design and implementation of a common project management methodology, standards and tools to drive and facilitate the successful delivery of projects

  • Coordinates the Program Management Office responsibilities for the I&A Major Program Delivery unit, including governance, reporting and project review framework to provide a holistic view of all I&A project activity

  • Manages interdependencies and coordination across projects to ensure that information relating to project deliverables, risks and issues are effectively communicated between stakeholders and that key performance indicators are monitored and evaluated

  • Liaises with the Enterprise PMO and other Corporate Services branches and business units to align governance and assurance, project delivery and reporting frameworks with Departmental requirements.

  • Undertake research and formulate recommendations to support evidence based project planning and decision making

  • Provide advice and information to stakeholders on emerging project issues and to support project development and delivery in line with established plans, budgets, timeframes, policy objectives and other project and priorities

  • Coordinate and deliver briefing notes and regular reporting to the DCJ Board, Board Sub-Committees and Ministers, including Budget Estimates Briefings and Annual Reporting requirementsZ


About You
 

  • Certification as a Project Manager 

  • Previous experience in either a Senior PMO role, PMO Management or Portfolio or Program Management role

  • Data Quality and assurance 

  • Training, guiding and mentoring stakeholders 

  • Communication and stakeholder consultation 

  • Development governance frameworks, templates and processes

  • Reporting and presentation of analytical information  

 
If you have any questions please email Josh at joshua@ashdownpeople.com.au