IT Project Scheduler in North Charleston, SC at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Date Posted: 8/3/2018

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Job Description

Job Number: R0033949

IT Project Scheduler

Key Role:

Maintain responsibility for developing and managing all components of a project’s schedule from the design phase through implementation. Interpret project requirements and convert them to a work breakdown structure (WBS) using Microsoft Excel and Project. Identify and communicate project scope and ensure program milestones and objectives are always met. Ensure effective communication between technical and non-technical functions. Coordinate the development of project status reports that are generated from the project’s schedules. Keep management informed of key issues and changes that may impact expected business results.

Basic Qualifications:
-Experience with Microsoft Project and Excel
-Ability to lead and facilitate conversations with customers to develop a project's WBS accurately
-Ability to translate a well-defined WBS into a project schedule that captures how an entire project scope results in well-defined project activities accurately using Microsoft Project

-Secret clearance
-BA or BS degree in Engineering, Physical Sciences, Mathematics, MIS, or Business

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience with earned value management (EVM)
-Knowledge of DoD organization and structure

-PMP Certification

Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.

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