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OIT Project Manager

Type of Position: 

Full-Time Placement

Application Deadline: 

Sunday, October 1, 2017

International Students: 

No

Job Description: 

Why work for the Office of Information Technology at BYU?
Brigham Young University (BYU)'s mission is to “assist individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life.”  BYU is a unique and fulfilling work environment with a mix of spiritual, educational, and business aspects. As a BYU OIT employee, your contributions will help BYU provide students “a period of intensive learning in a stimulating setting where … the full realization of human potential is pursued.” You will work with real-world, leading-edge technology that serves the campus community.  Your work will be interesting, expanding, and motivating.  You will work in positive environment with uniquely strong values, and you will receive many tangible and intangible benefits.  You will accrue 22 vacation days, 12 sick days, 12 calendar holidays, a pension, 401k matching, no-cost retirement savings program, free tuition for you and your spouse, half-price tuition for dependents, excellent medical/dental benefits, and discounts on the many sporting and cultural events at BYU, and much more.

Job Summary
This position coordinates activities related to the engineering, installation, and delivery of information technology and audiovisual services to the campus community. This position ensures that timely, effective, and reliable systems and services are delivered within established schedule and budget. Additionally, this position functions as the customer interface in determining project scope and in keeping the customer informed on the progress of the project.

Responsibilities

  1. Facilitate and manage small to major size projects which deliver OIT products and services​
    • Assemble and manage project teams
    • Establish and document project priorities, timeline, schedule changes, etc.
    • Develop project functional specifications and deadlines, generate work orders
    • Act as liaison for stakeholders and project team.
  2. Work request analysis and consultation​
    • Consult with campus users, contractors, vendors, engineers and other stakeholders
    • Analyze projects to determine OIT resource requirements
    • Make recommendations on proposed systems
    • Monitor project costs, project process, and quality of deliverables
    • Accurately report the progress of project work to management and stakeholders
  3. Supervise and train part-time employees as assigned

To learn more about working at OIT, visit oitcareers.byu.edu.
Equal Opportunity Employer: m/f/Vets/Disability

Company Info

Company Name: 

Office of Information Technology, BYU

Company Location: 

BYU Main Campus
Contact Information

Contact Name: 

Chris Sears

Contact Email: 

Contact Phone: 

801-422-2892

Other Accepted Majors: 

Computer Science minors
Information Systems
Information Technology

Application URL: 

http://bit.ly/2tarZ5P

Desired Graduation Date Range: 

January, 2016 to December, 2017