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Intermediate Project Manager (Payments and Credit Cards)
Ref No.: 17-15212
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Experience managing projects in the Payments and Credit Cards space.

The Project Manager directs and coordinates team members including sub-project managers, business and technology resources, user groups, internal and external consultants and contractors, vendors and external regulatory organizations. Project Manager has end to end accountability for the successful completion of the program/project.

• Possesses a university degree and/or 6 to 8 years relevant work experience
• Possesses advanced knowledge and 3 to 6 years of experience in project management, including managing at least two projects of significant complexity and value (> $2MM) with moderate to high risk
• Industry-specific knowledge and experience is an asset
• Holding a valid PMP designation from the Project Management Institute/ Program (PMI/ PMP) is an asset
• Working experience implementing projects using both waterfall, iterative and Agile Methodology
Skills
• Accountable party for defining, planning, orchestrating, and delivering assigned strategic projects, including all business, operational and IT deliverables • Directly manages all aspects of the project lifecycle and works with matrix business, corporate and IT partners to oversee all phases of the project, and to ensure that related project processes are completed as required (including, as applicable, change management, process management, transition to business/operations, system development, quality management, etc.) Sustains and manages the relationship with the Accountable Executive (and Program Manager, where applicable) throughout the duration of the project by providing sound advice, counsel and support • Ensures end results are of the highest caliber with a clearly articulated scope and quantifiable business benefit. Provides project change leadership to ensure the vision and objectives of the project/transformation are driven properly, and ensures change management (the mechanisms of change) are in place to deliver the anticipated project benefits • Ensures project issues and risks are identified, quantified, managed and tracked. Monitors and controls the project. Proposes recommendations and adjustments to the Accountable Executive and publishes periodic project status reports • Provides Accountable Executive with continued insight in the viability of the business case (e.g. costs, benefits, KPIs) as the project progresses