Sr. Project Manager – PMP / PMI Certified (PMO & Business Service Management)

This job reports to the Director PMO

Relocation is not provided and travel is required occasionally.

This is a Full-Time position, working 1st Shift.

Carewise Health helps organizations improve the personal health of employees and control healthcare costs. Our industry-leading health and wellness programs help members build the skills they need to achieve and sustain optimum health. Medical Bill Review ensures that health plans and self-insured employers are billed accurately for the care their members receive. Landacorp, a Carewise Health affiliate, creates care management software that enables highly efficient collaboration among health plans, providers and members.
Headquartered in Louisville, Ky., Carewise Health employs approximately 1,000 registered nurses, health coaches, clinicians, medical directors and other committed professionals.

Job Skills/Requirements

Sr. Project Manager
Scottsdale, Arizona

Position Overview:
Manages, coordinates, and establishes priorities for complete life-cycle of projects including the planning, documentation, design, programming, testing and implementation of business solutions designed to meet requirements within prescribed time frames and funding parameters.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Reviews project contract to determine time frame, funding limitations, procedures for meeting project goals, staffing requirements, and allotment of available resources to various phases of project.
  • Oversee project resources as well as the scope and budget management processes to ensure adherence to corporate guidelines and achievement of project objectives.
  • Successful development of cross functional relationships with project management areas to engage in best practice solutions and project management efforts. Participate in developing best practice solutions and document for dissemination.
  • Use the project management tools (Project Plan, Issues List, SOW, etc) to manage the new client implementation. Provide weekly updates to the internal and external team members.
  • Confers with project staff to outline a plan of action and to assign duties, responsibilities, and scope of authority. Thoroughly document decisions and disseminate.
  • Work with Senior Management and client to negotiate and set priorities, redefining as necessary.
  • Creates and reviews status reports prepared by project personnel and modifies schedules or plans as required.
  • Participate in on-going Quality Improvement efforts throughout the implementation process and document those processes.Qualifications:
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certified by Project Management Institute (PMI).
  • BS/BA degree or higher.
  • 5-7 years as a professional project manager within a highly complex corporate environment, managing multi-million dollar, multi-phased projects.
  • Health and Wellness experience desired.
  • Must be able to proficiently use Microsoft Project to report resource allocation, project percent complete, actual vs. budget variances and similar details.
  • Proven ability to work independently, under pressure and/or within a restricted timeframe.
  • Proven ability to act as liaison with client representatives to manage expectations, assist in resolving issues, provide project reports, and discuss logical consequences.
  • Proficiently use Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Visio) in the capture of requirements and process flow charts for dissemination.
  • Proven ability to bring together a diverse cross-functional group and rapidly achieve desired results.
  • Some travel required.Additional Information/Benefits
    Carewise Health provides a generous benefits package including:
    -Medical Insurance
    -Dental Insurance
    -Life Insurance
    -Vision Insurance
    -Paid Vacation
    -Paid Holidays
    -Paid Sick Days
    -Short Term Disability
    -Long Term Disability
    -401K Plan With Company Match
    -Tuition Reimbursement
    -Employee Assistance Program
    -Wellness Programs

    All benefits are effective on the 29th day of employment with the exception of tuition reimbursement and STD, which is effective after 90 days of employment.

    Attention Staffing Agencies: This position is not open for agency submittals. Any candidate submitted without HR approval will be considered an applicant of Carewise Health, not the agency. All Agency Candidates must first be submitted to HR.

    Screening Requirements: Drug Screen, Criminal Background Check

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Infrastructure Senior Project Manager /PMP

Infrastructure Senior Project Manager /PMP

This position is for a Senior Project Manager within the Infrastructure Team. The ideal candidate will have significant experience managing complex infrastructure initiatives within a global matrix environment, and will be comfortable managing multiple initiatives simultaneously.

Position Responsibilities:

Work with clients to understand requirements for success

Bring together appropriate teams (Infrastructure, Segment, Security, etc.) to ensure technology infrastructure requirements are well understood and align with business / client requirements

Communicate and follow up with project team members to drive on-time completion of activities

Build partnership and communicate regularly with sponsors and stakeholders to manage expectations, keep them informed on progress and / or escalate issues throughout the project lifecycle

Develop risk management strategies; takes responsibility for problem analysis and recovery

Create and maintain project documentation including but not limited to: Project Initiation Document, project schedule, risk and issue logs, resource forecasts, communications plans, agendas and minutes, weekly and monthly reporting, closure documentation, lessons learned, etc.

Position Requirements:

Strong verbal and written communications skills, with an ability to present complex concepts and make them understood at all levels of the organization, both to technical and non-technical team members and stakeholders, etc.

Significant experience leading projects in a global, matrix environment with the ability to manage teams with respect to varying cultures and time zones

Ability to strike a balance between assertiveness and collaboration

High skills in Microsoft Project; HP PPM desirable

Ability to work collaboratively with cross functional skills and teams within IT (developers, operations, etc.), and with vendors, third party consultants, shared services and with the business segments users

A strong collaborator with the ability to lead, manage and influence teams

Customer focused individual with “can do” attitude

7+ years of project management experience in a global matrix environment

Highly proficient in the use of project management software tools to plan and control projects

PMP Certification

Strong leadership, communication, interpersonal and influencing skills

Ability to work cross-region and regionally

Bachelors’ degree in related field

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Quality Planning: Inputs

hi today about “Quality Planning: Inputs ”

1 Enterprise Environmental Factors Governmental agency regulations, rules, standards, and guidelines specific to the application area may affect the project

2 Organizational Process Assets  Organizational quality policies, procedures and guidelines, historical databases and lessons learned from previous projects specific to the application area may affect the project  The quality policy, as endorsed by senior management, is the intended direction of a performing organization with regard to quality. The quality policy of the performing organization for their products often can be adopted “as is” for use by the project. However, if the performing organization lacks a formal quality policy, or if the project involves multiple performing organizations (as with a joint venture), then the project management team will need to develop a quality policy for the project. Regardless of the origin of the quality policy, the project management team is responsible for ensuring that the project stakeholders are fully aware of the policy through the appropriate distribution of information

3 Project Scope Statement The project scope statement  is a key input to quality planning since it documents major project deliverables, the project objectives that serve to define requirements (which were derived from stakeholder needs, wants, and expectations), thresholds, and acceptance criteria.

Thresholds, which are defined as cost, time, or resource values used as parameters, can be part of the project scope statement. If these threshold values are exceeded, it will require action from the project management team. Acceptance criteria include performance requirements and essential conditions that must be achieved before project deliverables are accepted. The definition of acceptance criteria can significantly increase or decrease project quality costs. The result of the deliverables satisfying all acceptance criteria implies that the needs of the customer have been met. Formal acceptance (Section validates that the acceptance criteria have been satisfied. The product scope description, embodied in the project scope statement (Section, will often contain details of technical issues and other concerns that can affect quality planning.

A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ® Guide) Third Edition 2004 Project Management Institute, Four Campus Boulevard, Newtown Square, PA 19073-3299 USA

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PMP Exam Change


today about the changes  PMP exam

The Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential examination will be revised in 2011. This is based on updates to the professional role of a PMP® credential holder recently found by PMI’s Role Delineation Study (RDS).

The new examination is scheduled for release on 31 August 2011. This means that the last day to take the current PMP examination is 30 August 2011.

The exam will still be based on PMBOK Guide Version 4. However, PMI has adviced that about 30% of the PMP Exam questions will get changed to reflect the project manager’s role as defined by the recent Role Delieation Study.

Education and experience eligibility requirements for the PMP credential will not change, however.

What has changed in the PMP Exam?
Certain areas of the PMP exam will be tested in a different way because an existing domain was seen to be common across all content areas of the exam. Specifically, the Professional and Social Responsibility content area will now be tested in every domain rather than as a separate domain on the exam.

This means that questions from the Professional and Social Responsibility area will now be spread out in each knowledge area and process group. PMI’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct should therefore be viewed as now integrated into the day-to-day role of a project manager, emphasizing its importance in each phase of the project lifecycle.

good luck!

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Project Manager (PMP Certified)

Title: Project Manager (PMP Certified)
Date: Jun 16, 2011
Job Code : EXP_2325 Title : Project Manager (PMP Certified) Job Location : Raleigh, NC Mandatory Requirements : • Minimum of ten (10) or more years of IT project management experience • Working knowledge of application development in a variety of technical platforms • Planning and management skills, including scope, estimating, budgeting and resource allocation procedures • Strong analytical and conceptual skills • Proven leadership skills including team development and leadership • Positive interpersonal skills • Strong written and Verbal communication skills • Knowledge of techniques for planning, monitoring and controlling projects • Strong knowledge of Project Mnaagement processes and industry best practices • Demonstrated experience managing application development teams • Microsoft Suite experience (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • Excellent organizational and presentation skills • Proven experience managing 3rd party vendor projects • Proven experience managing large projects (>$2M) • Proven experience developing and managing GIS Projects Desirable Requirements : • Strongly prefer PMP Certification • Experience working in Project Management with tht State of North Carolina Education Required : Bachelor Employment Type : Contract – Corp-to-Corp, Contract – Independent, Contract – W2 Interview Type : Face To Face Salary($) : Negotiable Travel Required(%) : None Duration : 12 (in Months) Remaining Duration : 12 (in Months) Job Post Date : June 15, 2011 Job Expiration Date : June 20, 2011 No of Position : 1 Zip Code : 27604 Comments : 1. The main responsibilities of this position include the following: • Perform in role of Project Manager • Life cycle management • Prepare and conduct status reporting and executive briefings • Resource management • Risk management and time and cost management • Manage project timelines • Lead the technical effort • Assigning and directing the work of staff as required. 2.Please send your resume to / Or Call on 518-533-4900 x 132 (Use our Job Code while applying). GO TO:
Contact Person and Office address
EXPINFO INC (HR-Recruitment Team)
Albany,New York
Phone: 518-533-4900
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Planning Process Group


Today I will write about Planning Process Group  nad to previous posts on this topic have been placed on thsi site

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And we return to our topic Planning Process Group

The project management team uses the Planning Process Group and its constituent processes and interactions to plan and manage a successful project for the organization. The Planning Process Group helps gather information from many sources with each having varying levels of completeness and confidence. The planning processes develop the project management plan. These processes also identify, define, and mature the project scope, project cost, and schedule the project activities that occur within the project. As new project information is discovered, additional dependencies, requirements, risks, opportunities, assumptions, and constraints will be identified or resolved. The multi-dimensional nature of project management causes repeated feedback loops for additional analysis. As more project information or characteristics are gathered and understood, follow-on actions may be required. Significant changes occurring throughout the project life cycle trigger a need to revisit one or more of the planning processes and, possibly, some of the initiating processes.  The frequency of iterating the planning processes is also affected. For example, the project management plan, developed as an output of the Planning Process Group, will have an emphasis on exploring all aspects of the scope, technology, risks, and costs

While planning the project, the project team should involve all appropriate stakeholders, depending upon their influence on the project and its outcomes. The project team should use stakeholders in project planning since the stakeholders have skills and knowledge that can be leveraged in developing the project management plan and any subsidiary plans. The project team must create an environment in which stakeholders can contribute appropriately.

text are :A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ® Guide) Third Edition 2004 Project Management Institute, Four Campus Boulevard, Newtown Square, PA 19073-3299 USA

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The Project Life Cycle

The project life cycle defines the phases that connect the beginning of a project to its end. For example, when an organization identifies an opportunity to which it would like to respond, it will often authorize a feasibility study to decide whether it should undertake the project. The project life cycle definition can help the project manager clarify whether to treat the feasibility study as the first project phase or as a separate, stand-alone project.

Project life cycles generally define:

What technical work to do in each phase

When the deliverables are to be generated in each phase and how each deliverable is reviewed, verified, and validated

Who is involved in each phase

How to control and approve each phase.

Project life cycle descriptions can be very general or very detailed.


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PMP job

CRM Leader Role scopeThe scope of this role is primarily focused on delivering services to enterprise customers, also through our partners’ ecosystem.

MCS CRM Leader role purpose

The role is to act as both team leader and business resource (with depth technical background in MS Dynamics CRM and competitive CRM solutions) who provides top class expertise on CRM solutions to all our customers and to the Microsoft partners as needed. This will imply to have a good understanding of business processes on at least one CRM domain.


Consulting and team leadership

* To lead and mentor a team of consultants specializing in the CRM domain, this includes planning the team readiness and career path

* To engage on consulting aspects: pre-sales, design, configuration, data conversion, skills transfer, report writing.

* To ensure partner/customer satisfaction and provide guidance to partners :

- to achieve more than 70% “Very Sastisfied” customer/partner

- to meet and exceed “Conditions of Satisfaction” (COS) as defined on each significant engagement

* To produce efforts for productivity expectations of the organization in terms of utilization rate and quality work.

* To manage efficiently and creatively numerous consulting engagements, occasionally international and complex ones.

* To be able to manage his own “staffing” and when needed to involve other Microsoft Consulting resources from the local subsidiaries for complementary work.

* To be aware of the business situation at the customer/partner and alert for additional consulting and software opportunities.


* To contribute the technical and functional expertise to pre-sales phases through proof-of-concept, benchmark, initial scope of project, etc.

* Candidate is responsible of writing and coordinating services proposals.

* Actively look for business opportunities for service and Microsoft in general. Furthermore on a regularly basis assist the Account Manager or Partner Account Manager in developing these, and occasionally close services opportunities unassisted.

Project Management

* To ensure project management methodology is applied when relevant.

* To document and administer tasks and progress accurately and timely : time entry, scheduling, status updates, customer commitments, provision of technical or process planning to partners.

Knowledge management

* To regularly transfer skills to colleagues in the practice and also contribute in growing the knowledge in the countries

* To deliver clear project post mortems and capitalize knowledge

* To regularly lead sharing of best practices with team members

* To regularly transfer skills to partners

* To frequently contribute to offering development and service delivery strategy for the EMEA MBS practice and for MBS at Corporate and local levels

Time management

The consultant is assumed to be self driven and accountable for his own management of time

* To ensure revenue generation in terms of billable utilization – goal is to achieve 65% billable time after the first 6 months

* To determine the right balance between customer work, role readiness and team leadership

* To meet the committed deadlines

* To make insightful, timely decisions in difficult and complex situations

* To demonstrate awareness of the effect they have on others’ time as well


* Communication and delivery role towards customers & partners

* Strong working relationships with local subsidiaries : internal sales team, customer business and technical staff, consulting resources

* Other teams within MS

* Escalation to internal product development teams if necessary using defined procedures and tools

* Training department as well as professional support organization

* At times, the role may interface with external vendors (System Integrators, ISV, etc) to provide technical or functional detail regarding our solutions

Candidate Profile:


* 6-8 years experience in a CRM business application consulting role (MS Dynamics CRM experience is significant advantage)

* Technical aptitude on MS environment: .Net, SQL server, Biztalk server

* Proven project management experience: ideal candidate has already served as a project manager on several CRM assignments and demonstrated strong ability to implement methodology with use of Microsoft, Siebel, Pivotal, or any other CRM solutions. PMP Certificate will be advantage

* Experience on international projects is a plus

* Upper level knowledge in one of the following areas: application development, databases or infrastructure technologies is a plus

* English required – other language knowledge is a plus.


* Functional/technical knowledge/skills

* Drive for results

* Problem solving

* Communication skills

* Managing systems and processes

* Customer focus

Coaching and management skills are a plus as this person will be amongst the first in the team and should participate in recruiting, inducting and coaching other consultants.

Job Segments: Consulting, CRM, Data, Data Conversion, Database, ERP, Pre-Sales, Product Development, Project Manager, Research, Sales, Sales Consultant, Siebel, SQL, Technology

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PMP Certifiction job


today, some jobs ofert maybe you  find something interesting

Regional TCE Manager
·      Leads the customer experience strategy for the region and across all process areas that are operationally supported by the delivery centers.
·      Engages and influences senior stakeholders by providing customer-centric analysis and solution recommendations (people, process, technology, structures) that increase the customer experience and satisfaction of clients and customers/ end users in the region.
·      Contributes or leads strategic customer-driven process improvement opportunity identification through to implementation.
·      Leads the Management-of-Change regionally to drive a customer-centric culture.
Role Description
Lead the function in the region (depending on size this may include direct/ dotted line reports). Reports dotted line to the Global TCE Director. The responsibilities comprehend the following:
·         TCE Region Strategy & MoC:
o  Provides thought leadership of best-in-class TCE practices in Shared Services to region operations. Typically partners with VP, center managers, regional clients and with global TCE and process/ account teams to ensure regional alignment on region TCE approach. Influences decisions to meet customer and process compliance goals.
o  Owns the regional TCE roadmap to support strategic and operational TCE goals in GBS.
o  Leads the MoC required to successfully implement region TCE / Customer Care initiatives.
·         Customer Analysis & Reporting:
o  Understands both process and user specific TCE challenges from operations view.
o  Able to describe client and customer/ end user profiles in the region, leads transformation from unstructured to structured customer data into GBS.
o  Builds and leads complex analysis in using multiple sources of information (survey, fall-out, root-cause) that provide insight into the customer delivery experience.
o  Builds necessary reporting to support a proactive and accurate business analysis.
o  Maintains TCE performance metrics and scorecard.
o  Drives use of standard improvement methodologies across the region in coordination with global standard setting teams
·         Customer Experience Solutioning:
o  Identifies improvement opportunities against best practices inside / outside HP.
o  Formulates, recommends and program manages respective TCE improving solutions in the region or towards pan-HP initiatives to meet organizational goals.
o  Handles executive escalations at region level and recommends corrective actions with solutions in consultation with operations and transformation teams regionally.
o  Contributes regional customer point of view to global process standardization initiatives
·         Operational Delivery, CRC & Transition Support:
o  Ensures that regional CRC operations are supportive of TCE regional strategy, staffed appropriately (size, skill, business understanding) to provide best service to regional customers.
o  Provides guidance on CRC transitions whether process (e.g. Tool change in CRC) or additional CRC scope (move in from BU’s/functions).
o  Liaises with region functions and entities to ensure mandatory requirements (IT POR, SOW, RFP, KPI) are met through deliveryStrategy
o  Provides thought leadership to the organization around best of breed total customer experience practices in shared services environment
·         Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in related field of expertise with a focus in business or economics
·         Minimal 12+ years in the related field with minimal 8 years in a leadership position, optimally with multi-region, multi-function experience
·         Strategic and operational service delivery (near-/ off-shore) expertise, solid understanding of consultative and client/ customer centric though process
·         Deep knowledge of end-to-end  processes and processes, superior ability to consult senior managers in the area of expertise
·         Strong analytical skills and ability to deal with ambiguity
·         In-depth knowledge and experience utilizing structured project management methodology; PMP or Six Sigma Black Belt Certification preferred
·         Excellent prioritization skills and solid project management experience including large transformational initiatives
·         Demonstrated ability and proven track record in driving process and efficiency improvements, thorough to implementation
·         Strong leadership and staff development skills; ability to lead through influence, work in virtual/global team, across matrix and complex ecosystem, fast-paced, deadline-driven
·         Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, consulting, negotiation skills, flexible, change adaptive
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PMP Certification Events

And same Events

Management Culture in the 21st Century
EURAM 2011 – 11TH International Management Research Conference
European Academy of Management
1-4 June 2011 – Estonia Business School, Tallinn, Estonia

IRNOP X Conference
International Research Network on Organizing by Projects
6-8 June 2011 – Montreal, Canada

EVA16 – Annual Earned Value Conference
Project Control that can be Trusted
13-16 June 2011 – London, UK

PMI Houston Conference & Expo
7-9 June 2011 – Houston, Texas, USA

Best Practice Showcase for Program and Project Managers
17 June 2011 – London, UK

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