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Business Improvement - IT Project Manager

Business Improvement - IT Project Manager

Job Title: Business Improvement - IT Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Melbourne
Start Date: August 2022 start date
Reference: 3448120
Contact Name: Cheri Randell
Contact Email:
Job Published: July 18, 2022 12:03

Job Description

Public Sector People (PSP) are currently looking to speak to an experienced Project Manager to join a Local Government organisation for 6-months minimum. 
  • August 2022 start date 
  • 6-month contract with the likelihood to be extended 
  • Daily rate up to $1100 a day + super
  • Council based in Melbourne's inner west
  • Change Management | Project Management | Lean Six Sigma 
Business Improvement - Project Manager - Responsibilities 
  • Manage and implement end to end complex business improvement initiatives. 
  • Understand "current state" and utlise best practice business improvement, change management and project management methodologies to deliver "future state". 
  • Process mapping to understand, analyse and improve processes and training material creation
  • Work in collaboration with organisation change consultant, apply appropriate change management methodologies to successfully implement initiative
  • Negotiate with and influence key stakeholders, including contractors, consultants, vendors, senior management, and other agencies to ensure that project outcomes are achieved.
  • Run appropriate progress and decision-making sessions including operating committees, steering committees and stand ups
Key Requirements
  • Tertiary qualification in Business or related field OR 8+ YEARS of experience in successfully transforming key high volume business transactions
  • Lean Six Sigma (Black Belt Certified) - NON NEGOTIABLE 
  • High level of understanding and experience in the use of best practice Project and Change Management Frameworks
  • Ability to lead, negotiate and influence key stakeholders in the delivery of projects on time, to budget and specification
  • Highly developed communication skills, particularly the ability to liaise and consult with key stakeholders, and colleagues and build networking relationships and to prepare summaries, reports and submissions across varying levels
  • Strong business analytical skills; including process reengineering, value chain mapping, business impact matrices and ROI models
For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity or other positions within Local Government, please contact Cheri Randell on 0466 699 297.


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