Note: Deadline for submission is 8/23/2021
Texas Health and Human Services Commission requires the services of 1 Project Manager 2, hereafter referred to as Candidate(s), who meets the general qualifications of Project Manager 2, Project Management and the specifications outlined below for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.
This is a Project Manager role and will work on the IT Threat Reduction EI. The role will be responsible for porting HEART and the CFO-FSS Java applications onto the Business Enablement Platform, which is a cloud-enabled HHS platform. As part of the port of the application, the application will undergo remediation to align the application with more up-to-date security and support-ability standards within the limits of the funding that was allotted. Understands the PMI framework as well as how to establish a project organization and methodology within Agile (Scrum) organizations. Understands business and technical objectives of a project and work closely with multiple key project stakeholders. Communicates to clients and IT teams. Creates project charters, work plans, and other related project artifacts as necessary. Provides technical support both during work hours and on-call as necessary. Be able to comprehend and communicate complex technical designs and implementations as well as complex business processes. Develops and makes presentations as required to leadership and oversight entities (e.g., steering committees, QAT, etc.) Serves in an analyst capacity as required. Must have experience working in an Agile environment. Some on-call support may be required depending on project phase.
The Worker will need to perform the following tasks and assignments:
Note: Prior experience working with a State of Texas agency is desireable