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IT Project Management

Knowledge of and the ability to plan, organize, monitor and control IT projects ensuring the utilization of technical resources to better achieve project objectives.

Behavior Statements

Proficiency Level 1 - Basic understanding

Describes project management at a basic level.

Documents procedures used to develop a technical application from inception to completion.

Identifies IT roles and responsibilities for regular and rotating team members.

Gathers information and writes IT reports for operational and financial reviews from a client's perspective.

Proficiency Level 2 - Working experience

Assists senior colleagues in analyzing client requirement for IT projects.

Creates and organizes IT schedules and plans for multiple projects.

Documents IT demand analysis trends in a technical or business manner.

Distributes IT projects for team members.

Reviews current operations and IT projects based on business needs, financial and functional analyses.

Proficiency Level 3 - Extensive experience

Directs team members in analyzing client requirements in an appropriate manner.

Ensures that technical objectives and functional requirements align in all IT projects.

Controls quality standards and budgeting in an ongoing IT project.

Monitors every step in an IT project to ensure all aspects of the project are delivered on-time.

Estimates and appropriately addresses potential issues and risks in IT projects.

Builds IT related templates for demand analysis and functional reports.

Proficiency Level 4 - Subject matter depth and breadth

Designs, plans and reviews IT procedures for all projects.

Leads in the development of technology and technical applications.

Provides insight into the methodology and techniques of IT project management.

Contributes to the establishment and use of best practices in IT project management.

Creates standard quality and budget control procedures for IT project management.

Forecasts future technology and industry trends and developments for project management.

Interview Questions

  • How did you coordinate multi-disciplinary IT resources in your previous position(s)?
  • What kinds of problems did you encounter when managing multiple IT projects simultaneously?
  • What methods or technologies did you use to reduce common risks in IT projects?
  • Tell me about your previous experience with the management of IT projects.

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