Bachelors degree in computer science, information systems and/or technology, business management, project management, operations management, or related field with experience in IT.
Five (5) years experience in a complex technology environment.
Five (5) years or more paid work experience as a project leader managing and implementing large scale information technology projects.
Successful project and/or program leadership involving initiation, planning, execution, and successful transition to operations of the Office 365 platform along with integration of other collaboration systems within a medium to large enterprise healthcare or academic environment.
Successful candidates must show that they have significant organizational skills and can lead projects from conception, schedule, design, testing, through implementation.
Job Related Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Proven ability to manage large-scale, complex, highly-visible strategic initiatives
Proven ability to manage projects involving the development and implementation of complex collaboration and telework solutions including primary services of Office 365 as well as Office 365 collaboration tools, Exchange migration from on-prem to either cloud or hybrid, WebEx integrations, and either Citrix or VMWare virtualization solutions.
Proven ability to manage projects involving the development and implementation of commercial off the shelf (COTS) software applications
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