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The Senior IT Project Manager will be responsible for leading a variety of technology and software development projects in the regulated clinical research field. This role provides effective collaboration, facilitation, leadership, and coaching to support the successful, on-time, high quality delivery of new and enhanced custom developed and Commercial Off-the-Shelf solutions. Responsibilities include managing the life cycle of a project from the initiation stage through to project close, working closely with business stakeholders and IT project teams on managing the day-to-day operational aspects of a project, and communicating with IT and business project sponsors and key stakeholders on a regular basis.
- Concurrently manage the planning and delivery of multiple projects of varied complexity through their entire project lifecycles
- Develop Project Charters which affirm each project’s scope, benefits, costs, resources, schedule, risks and assumptions
- Identify and schedule project deliverables, resources, milestones, and tasks required to successfully deliver the defined solution
- Provide documented project status updates to sponsors and stakeholders
- Organize and facilitate project meetings
- Work collaboratively and proactively with cross-functional resources to support the full software delivery lifecycle
- Facilitate discussion, decision making, issue resolution and risk mitigations to ensure project success
- Take responsibility for managing tasks and dependencies between business stakeholders, software development teams, vendors and other internal service teams
- Ensure adherence to SOPs and policies regarding regulatory validation, system security and quality assurance
- Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of 6 years of experience project managing technology and software projects
- Experience managing projects following Waterfall, Agile and Agile-Waterfall hybrid methodologies
- Experience with Project Management tools (MS Project or similar)
- Ability to manage competing concurrent priorities from multiple projects
- Ability to resolve issues with minimal management assistance; escalating when appropriate
- Experience delivering projects in a federally regulated (21 CFR Part 11) environment with validated software is preferred
- Candidates must be professional, team-oriented and have strong initiative.
- Candidates must also be highly organized with exceptional attention to detail.
- Candidates should have strong written and oral communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively at both a technical and non-technical level to various audiences.
Rho is a full-service contract research organization optimally sized to deliver results from clinical research with agility and adaptability. Maximizing profitability, stability, and planned growth has helped provide us with the experience, capacities, and capabilities of a larger organization—all without losing touch with our entrepreneurial passion.
Because Rho recognizes great people are our most important asset, we attract and retain the best and brightest.
Here's How We Do It
We are dedicated to a collaborative environment with fully integrated project teams and agile corporate leadership that ensures quick responses and follow-up. It is the combination of these elements that allows us to build and sustain an engaged and happy workforce. We are proud of our outstanding retention record; our talented employees tout work-life balance and close relationships with their colleagues and clients as primary reasons for joining our organization and growing their careers with us.
These are just some of the reasons Rho has consistently been named to the Triangle Business Journal's Best Places to Work.
By joining Rho, you will have the opportunity to work with some of the most talented minds in the industry to solve complex problems for our clients.