Corporate Project Analyst
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As a Corporate Project Analyst, you will join our Project Management Office to monitor and control the progress and performance of small to medium projects.
Typical responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
• Developing formal project plans for small sized projects, and for medium projects with the assistance of the project manager
• Creating detailed project budget plan. Track, forecast and report on project progress including metrics and challenges
• Organizing project meetings, drafting of project documentation and month-end financials, and conducts ad hoc analysis of project metrics
• Supporting the PMO Manager in conducting project health check assessments and lessons learned
• Liaising and working with divisional resource managers to secure employees to staff projects
• Monitoring issues and risks that may impact or delay project schedules
• Analyzing financial, verbal, or written information to identify potential issues as well as develop recommendations and/or solutions that would impact the project delivery
• Conducting background research and of compile data to draft key project governance and/or control documents and preparing customized financial reports for audiences at various levels of the organization including senior management level or above
The above requirements would typically be met through post secondary education and a few years of experience performing financial analysis; courses and/or familiarity with Project Management concepts are desirable or having worked within a formalized and structured Project or Program Management office.
Successful candidates will also have:
• Knowledge of generally accepted project management principles and methodologies to plan,monitor and assess project activities; report on project progress, issues and impacts
• Ability to understand the context of project plans in order to facilitate and monitor planning project activities;
• Experience facilitating discussions and meetings to gather, exchange information, or provide recommendations and/or solutions on project requirements and deliverables;
• Ability to handle multiple demands and meeting of critical timelines;
• Knowledge of project management tools including but not limited to Microsoft Project, financial management software (such as SAP), Microsoft Word, Excel, Visio,Powerpoint and familiarity with JIRA and Tableau
• Proficiency in information management tools such as SharePoint site creation, setup of libraries, manage permission and content structures
• Working knowledge of Agile issue tracking products such as Jira for development of burn-down charts, Kanban, and agile project life cycle
• To adapt to changing demands and schedules within a fast paced project environment
• Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
• Ability to work well with others and ability to influence others to get things done on time
• A self-starter with a proactive work style
Please note only those legally entitled to work in Canada at present will be considered for this position.
As announced by the Provincial government, all ICBC employees will be required to show proof of full Covid-19 vaccination.