Shall be responsible for all aspects of field and/or task-level project performance. Supervises and/or guides personnel involved in all aspects of project activity, organizes and assigns responsibilities to subordinates, oversees the successful completion of all assigned tasks, and maintains customer contacts to ensure conformity to all project obligations. Exercises independent judgment, as well as a high-level of analytical skill, in solving non-routine technical, administrative, and managerial problems.
The Project Manager tasks may include but are not limited to the following:
- Facilitate West Coast fisheries stakeholder engagement meetings, to include developing goals and agendas, guiding the meetings and discussion, and ensuring that all meeting goals are successfully met;
- Oversee development of detailed listings of fisheries data streams to include data stream, elements, reporting requirements (frequency, accuracy), owner, organization, associated business processes, Pacific Fishery Management Council and state-level procedures for making changes to the data stream, relevant fisheries, any existing data web services for the data streams, and other technical, business, or policy elements required to successfully achieve the goal of streamlining reporting requirements for fishermen;
- Develop a comprehensive year-by-year project plan for West Coast fisheries data modernization/integration to include categories of tasks, key deliverables, schedules, and task leads/points of contact;
- Work and help guide technical engineers and technical writers to draft data/web service specifications for West Coast fisheries data.
Significant experience and expertise leading technical working groups to include (i) identifying desired goals and outcomes of meetings (ii) setting and driving meeting agendas (iii) skill in being able to effectively engage and encourage participation from team meeting members (iv), and ability to ensure that the desired goals and outcomes are met at the conclusion of the meeting.
Project Management skills to include the development of overall project plans, key goals and objectives, tasks, deliverables, and schedules. BS/BA degree in related field (or equivalent) plus 10+ years of related experience.
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