The mandate of the Strategic Initiatives Division is to plan, support, coordinate and advance both continuous quality improvement initiatives as well as initiatives that are prioritized through the Strategic Plan or organizational leadership.
In support of our new strategic plan, our Strategic Initiatives Division is aligning their structure to support CLBC’s new business architecture, deliver better results on projects, and better support staff in regional operations. Using the existing department staffing complement, this new position represents the start of our transformation.
Reporting to the Manager, Project Management Office and Continuous Quality Improvement, the Project Management Specialist collaborates with internal and external stakeholders and coordinates project team members, including employees, contractors and external parties, to successfully deliver projects in scope, on time and within budget. This position represents a core functional role in the execution of CLBC’s Strategic Implementation Plan works within the Project Management Office (PMO), supporting the operation of the PMO and managing a number of projects.
Included in the Project Management Specialist responsibilities are the support for developing PMO processes and their execution, as well as the continuous improvement of project management practices within CLBC.
Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline. Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is preferred. Scrum and Change Management certifications are a plus. A minimum 3+ years’ experience in a project management capacity within a large, complex environment. Preference will be given to applicants with a project management designation with specific knowledge and experience in service delivery, change management and process development/re-design. A comprehensive command of MS Project and MS Visio.
CLOSING DATE: June 14, 2017
How to apply:
Interested applicants are encouraged to email a resume and cover letter quoting competition 2017.085P in the subject line, to Jaimie Willows at CLBC.HumanResources@gov.bc.ca