DC City Government contacted Dr. Khamooshi directly to recruit from GW’s MSPM program. DC’s CIO for the Department of Human Services is leading the DCAS Project, one of the largest projects undertaken by the District of Columbia within recent history. This project is a cross-collaboration between numerous agencies and is geared towards ensuring the complete SDLC for Health and Human Services eligibility within the District. This is a large project consisting of IT Specialist in various concentrations, Analysts, Project Managers, Subject Matter Experts and host of other business fields, policy fields and IT fields.
Job Title: Project Manager
Location: Foster City, CA
Duration: 12+ Months
|Requested Information||Required Details|
|Client name (should be active)||Gilead Sciences|
|No. of resources required||1|
|Job Designation||Project Manager role for Legal Projects|
|Mention the Skill/Role Title||Legal Projects Exp is must, Excellent Communication skill|
|Skills Required / Role
Please provide a concise job specification in 4 to 5 key bullet points (and not a generic one)
|We are actively seeking to fill a Project Manager role for Legal Projects, with the following background:
|Years of experience required||8+|
|Duration of role||1+ YEAR|
|Location of role – Mention City||101 Lincoln Center Dr, Foster City, CA.|
|Buy/Sell Rate. (Mandatory)||NA|
If you believe you’re qualified for this position and are currently in the job market or interested in making a change, please give me a call as soon as possible at (973) 507-7555.
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Top 3 for 12 Jan
The bio book for the incoming spring 2016 class is available on the blog (password: gwmspm). The incoming class participated in orientation on campus on Friday, 8 Jan. Visit the GW PMA Facebook page for pictures from the bridge game.
All MSPM students, including the new spring 2016 students, have access to DreamSpark. DreamSpark provides free downloads of Microsoft software, including Project. Instructions on downloading software from DreamSpark are available on the blog (password: gwmspm). If you are accessing DreamSpark for the first time, you will need to register/create an account using your @gwmail.gwu.edu email address.
Looking add or drop a course? Be aware of the various add/drop deadlines. The Office of the Registrar provides all deadlines to be aware of as they relate to registration. 24 Jan is the last day to add a course on GWeb. 7 Feb is the last day to drop a course on GWeb. Be aware of the refund schedule, as well.
Top 3 for 3 Sep
The GWSB IT team is working to ensure MSPM students have access to DreamSpark and are able to download Microsoft Project. Once all accounts have been either created or renewed an update will be sent to all. For those enrolled in DNSC 6261 and DNSC 6262, Prof Jain is aware of the situation. An alternative means of accessing Microsoft Project is available through the Virtual Computer Lab.
The F. David Fowler Career Center is proud to host Career Week 2015 next week, 8-11 Sep. The programming prepares GWSB students to compete effectively in the employment market while networking and connecting with hiring decision makers. This event is open to all GWSB students. RSVP for each event via GWorkSB >> Events >> Workshops.
•GWSB Short-Term Study Away Programs Announced for Winter & Spring 2016
The GWSB Global & Experiential Education team announced the winter and spring 2016 short-term study away programs last week. Interested in learning more about the courses and destinations? Attend the Short-term Study Away Information Session on Tuesday, 15 Sep, 6-7:30 p.m. in Duques Hall, room 251. For those not able to attend, the session will be recorded and posted online for all to view. The courses qualify as general elective options for the MSPM degree.
Top 3 for 11 Aug
Savantage Solutions is currently seeking a Program Manager for a position in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Individual must hold a PMP certification. The job is posted to GWorkSB as #826227, apply online through GWorkSB for the position. An MSPM alum works at Savantage Solutions and is eager to hire a current student or fellow alum.
•Join the GW PMA at Circle Bistro, 28 Aug
All current students are invited to attend a welcome reception for the incoming MSPM students on Friday, 28 Aug. The GW PMA is hosting the event at Circle Bistro from 6-7:30 p.m. Circle Bistro is located at 1 Washington Circle, NW, must 3 blocks from GWSB. Register to attend this exciting event. Please note, each MSPM student may bring one adult guest to the event, register accordingly.
•Save the Date for EY, 17 Sep
EY will be on campus Thursday, 17 Sep, to recruit project and program managers. They are targeting the MSPM students specifically. Register to attend the event through GWorkSB > Events. This is a unique recruitment opportunity for MSPM students, please take advantage of EY’s presence. International students are encouraged to attend and submit their resume.
Anna Matsiras, a MSPM alum, reached out to the program to share that the EY is seeking highligh motivated consultants (senior-, manager-, senior manager-levels) to support client engagement teams, work with a wide variety of clients to deliver professional services, and participate in business development activities on strategic and global priority accounts. We have PM teams that support Government (DC metro area), Financial Services, and our Performance Improvement practice area. We also have offices around the globe so do not hesitate to reach out for one of those opportunities as well.
Our focus areas within program management provide comprehensive services to design, build and operate large complex transformational programs. A person who performed well in Directed Comp and PPM will excel in this role. Please see the role description for further detail – Program Management – EY Advisory.
Learn more about our Advisory Performance Improvement practice at: http://www.ey.com/US/en/Services/Advisory/Performance-Improvement.
Please email me, Anna Matsiras, directly if you are interested in pursuing one of these exciting opportunities at EY. My email is Anna.Matsiras@ey.com.
The MSPM program will offer two electives in the fall 2015 semester – a 1.5 credit elective and a 3 credit elective. These electives are project management-specific, available on campus or via distance/online, and may be applied to the Decision Sciences (DNSC) elective requirement for the program. An executive summary of each elective is provided below.
DNSC 6290 Project Quality Management (3 credit hours) taught by Dr. Andrew Griffith
Classic project management theory includes the concept of the triple constraint – time, cost, and quality. However, quality can be a rather vague term that is hard to quantify, measure, or improve. Project quality can be divided into three separate concerns: (1) the features incorporated in the project deliverables, (2) the fitness of the deliverables for the intended application, and (3) the effectiveness or efficiency of the project development and execution. This course is focused on the quality management of projects. It explores current theories and practices regarding quality management as applied to manufacturing and the service industry, the application to project systems, and the application to individual projects. In addition, we will explore the application of project management techniques in implementing a quality improvement initiative within an organization.
Contact professor for sample syllabi and additional information: email@example.com
DNSC 6290 International Project Management (1.5 credit hours) taught by Dr. Sam Ghosh (offered online only, not on campus)
August 31-October 24, 2015
The course is designed to augment the basics of project management theory with theory, practices and methodologies pertinent to the global project environment. The course begins with a practical look at investigating the cultural environment in order to understand the context of managing global projects.
Contact professor for sample syllabi and additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
GW is hiring an Assistant Director, Project Management to serve within the Division of Information Technology (DIT), specifically the Project and Portfolio Management Office. The Assistant Director will manage a team of project managers and will be responsible for technical project management within the division. Maintaining project management methodologies and tools for the division, managing, leading and mentoring a team of project managers, building cohesive teams and driving organizational effectiveness and accountability through evaluation are some focus areas of the Assistant Director. This role serves as a key liaison between the Project and Portfolio Management Office and key technical leaders throughout the Division of IT. In addition, this role will provide insight into the road-map planning processes for the division and will play a key role in managing the IT portfolio of work.
Interested? Apply immediately via https://www.gwu.jobs/postings/25142.