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Alternate job titles: Internal Project Management/Consulting I | Project Administration and Planning Manager I | Project Control Manager I

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Alternate job titles: PMO Analyst III

Supports the Program Management Office (PMO) that oversees the program and project control of an organization. Collects data and prepares organization-wide project status analysis and reporting. Assists the individual project participants with resources and guidance for documentation, training, and best practices. Coordinates efforts to optimize cross-project resources. Participates in the financial auditing and assessment of completed projects and the development of future project roadmaps. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Wo more...


Alternate job titles: PMO Analyst I

Supports the Program Management Office (PMO) that oversees the program and project control of an organization. Collects data and prepares organization-wide project status analysis and reporting. Assists the individual project participants with resources and guidance for documentation, training, and best practices. Coordinates efforts to optimize cross-project resources. Participates in the financial auditing and assessment of completed projects and the development of future project roadmaps. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Wo more...


Alternate job titles: PMO Analyst II

Supports the Program Management Office (PMO) that oversees the program and project control of an organization. Collects data and prepares organization-wide project status analysis and reporting. Assists the individual project participants with resources and guidance for documentation, training, and best practices. Coordinates efforts to optimize cross-project resources. Participates in the financial auditing and assessment of completed projects and the development of future project roadmaps. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Oc more...



Alternate job titles: PMO Analyst IV

Supports the Program Management Office (PMO) that oversees the program and project control of an organization. Collects data and prepares organization-wide project status analysis and reporting. Assists the individual project participants with resources and guidance for documentation, training, and best practices. Coordinates efforts to optimize cross-project resources. Participates in the financial auditing and assessment of completed projects and the development of future project roadmaps. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Wo more...


Alternate job titles: PMO Analyst V

Supports the Program Management Office (PMO) that oversees the program and project control of an organization. Collects data and prepares organization-wide project status analysis and reporting. Assists the individual project participants with resources and guidance for documentation, training, and best practices. Coordinates efforts to optimize cross-project resources. Participates in the financial auditing and assessment of completed projects and the development of future project roadmaps. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Wo more...



Alternate job titles: Top Program Management Office Executive | Head of Program/Project Management Office (PMO) | Top PMO Executive | Vice President of Program Management Office

The Chief of Program Management Office mentors project leaders to improve processes, procedures and standards based on program's needs. Leads the overall Program Management Office (PMO) to ensure IT programs and projects meet organizations standards. Being a Chief of Program Management Office requires a bachelor's degree in a related area. Works with other department leaders to implement organization's blueprints accurately. In addition, Chief of Program Management Office typically reports to top management. The Chief of Program Management Office manages a business unit, division, or corporate more...


Alternate job titles: Education Director | Education Program Director | Public Education Program Director

The Program Management Director, Education develops curriculum or content for classes, lectures, conferences, or other educational materials. Designs and implements educational programs directed at members of the organization or the public. Being a Program Management Director, Education ensures that all activities and requirements regarding an organization's education/certification programs are met. May oversee the operations of certification or credentialing programs. In addition, Program Management Director, Education requires a bachelor's degree or a related area. Typically reports to top m more...


Alternate job titles: Marketing Specialist | Marketing Program Design and Implementation Specialist

The Marketing Program Management Specialist creates, conveys brand messages and improves brand awareness. Responsible for designing, creating, and delivering marketing programs to support the growth and expansion of company products and services. Being a Marketing Program Management Specialist may coordinate involvement in conferences, exhibitions and marketing seminars. Develops sales presentations and provides reports based on information collected such as marketing trends, competition, new products, and pricing. In addition, Marketing Program Management Specialist typically requires a bache more...



Alternate job titles: Director of Corporate Programs Oversight | PMO Director | Program/Project Management Office (PMO) Director

Directs and oversees the Program Management Office (PMO) to ensure IT programs and projects meet organization goals and requirements. Develops and implements PMO processes and policies, directs project management staff, and works with other department leaders to define, prioritize, and develop projects and programs. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to top management. Manages a departmental sub-function within a broader departmental function. Creates functional strategies and specific objectives for the sub-function and develops budgets/policies/procedures to support the function more...


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