Boston Private Bank & Trust Company Head of Project Management Office in Boston, Massachusetts

Requisition Number: 17-0026 Title: Head of Project Management Office City: Boston State: MA


Reporting to the CIO, lead the PMO function, develops, directs, implements and maintains PMO processes and policies that result in efficient, repeatable delivery

Responsibilities, Duties, and Accountabilities:

• Drives the adoption and implementation of project and program management methodologies (Agile/Scrum)

• Promote planning and tracking of Project Management and Budget information, efficiency, cost saving and improvement to processes to support the projects, from initiation to Delivery and Production Support.

• Improves the consistency, predictability and efficiency of the project delivery artifacts

• Coach and Mentor PM’s throughout the PMO organization in all aspects of Project Management Practices

• Oversees preparation of key management communications such as project steering committee presentations, status reports, budget reports, etc.


• 10+ years in the management of large, complex programs/projects.

• 7+ years of experience in the Financial Services industry area and prior experience running a Project Management office

• Ability to analyze and synthesize information in a concise manner and to make recommendations on strategies to resolve issues.

• PMP® or other project management certification or equivalent experience required.

• Excellent communication skills (oral and written).

• Strong organization skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities.

• Strong project management, leadership and negotiation skills needed.

• Strong skills in conflict resolution and problem solving skills.

• Results orientation with strong analytical and interpersonal skills.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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