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Us - it - project control officer iii

Company Name:
The Judge Group
Job ID: 419757
Job Title: US - IT - PROJECT CONTROL OFFICER III
Job Type: Contract
Company: JUDGE GROUP
Location: Falmouth, ME
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Salary: Open
Description: Candidate must have extensive MS Project experience. Candidate will be responsible for building and maintaining the program master project plan, reporting on status and tracking down updates. This position will also help to create program dashboards, maintain SharePoint and track financials.
Ensure project control procedures and policies within a program of related projects are executed. Assist in maintaining project schedules. Develop and maintain issue logs. Maintain project repositories of documents. Prepare documents for various recurring meetings including minutes, issue logs etc. Develop presentation documentation as required for project teams. Develop consolidate program status reports.
As part of this project team, prime responsibility will be to:
Manage relationships and all activities with all required partners (business, Finance, program PMO, project teams, external partners) related to program one-time and on-going financials (prepare budget, forecasts and actuals).
Utilize project management software for development and distribution of comprehensive set of monthly, weekly and ad hoc project financial reporting to a variety of program stakeholders (including templates for use by other project members).
Work closely with Finance to provide necessary detailed financial data to support the forecasting and tracking of capitalization and amortization.
Manage all financial status meetings for the program. Provide support for invoice processing. Manage process for all required updates to internal financial management tracking tools (e.g. EPM, Carpe Diem).
Manage reporting and tracking for resource utilization.
Exercise discretion in managing correspondence and information, escalating issues where appropriate.
Act as central point of communication for core team members, management, business partners and other stakeholders on program, organization and platform issues.

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