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IT Project Manager

AV is a professional services consulting firm supporting several federal clients, in particular the US Department of the Interior (DOI). We have several contracts supporting the DOI and seeking an IT Project Manager to include in a proposal for a new opportunity to provide critical support for the DOI and DOI Interagency Agreement customers within the DOI, Office of the Chief Information Officer’s (OCIO) Divisions. This position would be onsite at the Interior Business Center, located at 7301 W. Mansfield Ave., Denver, CO 80235. The selected candidate will be made a conditional offer, with employment contingent on the award of the contract.

The functions associated with this position include but are not limited to:

  • Project Management – support of the following:
    • Project management guidance and oversight for ITSS program area project teams
    • Project management of critical OCIO projects and activities
    • Manage and refine OCIO Roadmap project schedule
    • Develop and refine project management support materials
    • Provide project management subject matter expertise and consultation support for program management strategy development
    • Action Item tracking and management
    • Risk and Issue Management
  • Meeting management, support and facilitation
  • Service Lifecycle Management Framework (SLMF) development and refinement
  • OCIO organizational development support
  • Budget Planning/Cost Modeling/ Service Catalog
  • Knowledge transfer and documentation

Position Requirements:

  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification with at least 5 years of recent experience.
  • B.A. or B.S. degree in Business, Finance, Management, Information Systems or another applicable field.  An equivalent combination of education and experience, which provides comparable knowledge, is acceptable.
  • Demonstrated experience working with IT infrastructure and data center hosting and management.
  • Familiarity with MS-Office automation products, including MS-Word, MS-Excel, MS-PowerPoint, and MS-Project.
  • Familiarity with Google automation products, including email and calendars, and native Google document, presentation, spreadsheet, forms, and development and maintenance of Google sites.
  • Knowledge of requirements analysis and management.
  • Ability to work collaboratively.
  • In-depth knowledge, expertise and proven experience in assisting large, complex organizations in the adoption and transition to an Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) model for the delivery of IT services.
  • Experience in the planning, execution and management of IT customer relationship management initiatives, as well as experience in customer outreach and communications activities for large Federal government and private organizations utilizing industry best practices for relationship management.
  • Demonstrated and proven experience in customer and stakeholder outreach and communication plan development, in support of relationship management. 
  • In-depth knowledge and proven experience in the development of performance measurement programs, metrics and the implementation and management of these metrics related to customer relationship management in a large Federal environment with diverse entities. 
  • Demonstrated experience and capabilities in high level report writing and oral presentations for executive level management.
  • Experience successfully completing projects on time, within budget and within scope.

The ideal candidate will also possess the following certifications:

  • ITIL Partner Certification
  • ITIL V3 Foundation


Associated Veterans offers benefits including health, dental, vision, 401k plan with employer match, education and tuition reimbursement plan, commuter benefits, and more!

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