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The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business:
Leading at the intersection of people, business, and technology, the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business is one of the most comprehensive business schools in the nation and includes many areas of expertise not found in any other leading institution. The college is comprised of the university’s three accredited business schools, each of which is recognized as among the best in higher education: the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, and the Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration. Our academic research; industry and community engagement; and undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs all reflect the future of business: flexible, collaborative, and cross-disciplinary. The college community includes 232 research faculty, 46,000 alumni, and nearly 3,300 undergraduate, professional, and graduate students. The SC Johnson College of Business has an unparalleled resource base from which to draw-within the college, Cornell Tech in New York City, and Cornell University broadly.
Business Technology Services:
The SC Johnson College of Business Technology Services plays a critical role in the success of the College by providing the Technology and Systems required to fulfill the mission of SC Johnson/Cornell. We identify, implement, and support appropriate technology solutions & services to exceed the expectations of our customers and stakeholders. In doing so, we collaborate with stakeholders to leverage technology as an engine for innovation, transformation, and differentiation.
As part of the SC Johnson College of Business Technology Services team, this position reports directly to the Associate Director of Project Management and is responsible for leading medium to highly complex projects with a critical IT component. The IT Project Manager and Business Analyst will be responsible for managing each project’s planning, implementation, communication, tracking and reporting activities. This role is fast-paced and highly collaborative working closely both with external vendors and our internal stakeholders in departments such as admissions, academic services, and hotel operations to help deliver innovative organizational solutions. The right candidate needs to be self-directed, highly motivated, and an excellent communicator and mediator with others.
Key responsibilities for the IT Project Manager and Business Analyst include:
- Partner with business leadership to define project scope and advise and assist senior staff and/or other clients in the formulation of project budget, project financial management and support securing funding when necessary.
- Provide analysis and documentation of business requirements and problem resolution.
- Communicate project scope, goals and responsibilities to project team; establish clear stakeholder expectations, and requirements of varying degrees of complexity.
- Develop and maintain reporting procedures and monitor performance in project control activities; prepare and distribute reports related to project activities, general project management, and financial issues.
- Collaborate with clients to determine project priorities as well as define expected goals and outcomes based on established priorities; Manage project scope including ensuring unique requirements of each project have been identified and needs are met.
- Employ and adapt project management methods and best practices to improve project results and to enhance local project management practices.
- Provide direction and coaching of project staff.
- Assess and manage issues; prioritize and drive resolution of all issues associated with a project; Prepare impact analysis statements and manage the change request process.
- Ensure projects are delivered on-time and within defined budget restrictions; modify timelines as needed and communicate with project governance and staff.
- Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 5 years of experience in IT related operations.
- A proven track record of successful project management.
- Demonstrated ability to work closely with customers and peers.
- PMI, PMBA or project management certification.
- Knowledge of TeamDynamix project management software.
- Experience leading a range of project types, including but not limited to: network/telecom, hardware upgrade/replacement, web development, and Salesforce CRM projects.
Rewards & Benefits at Cornell:
This position is a full-time position based in Ithaca, NY, and is eligible for benefits. This position is also eligible to work remotely on a hybrid work schedule. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. If interested in applying please include a cover letter with your application.
Cornell has been nationally recognized as an award-winning workplace for our health, wellbeing, sustainability, and diversity initiatives. Cornell’s key benefits include:
- Health Care – Several excellent plan options for medical, dental, prescription drug, and vision care coverage.
- Generous Paid Time Off & Leave Provisions with flexible work options – This includes vacation time, health and personal time, holidays, and parental leave.
- Retirement Plans – Employees are eligible for the 403(b) Cornell University Retirement Plan (CURP) which offers superior retirement savings benefits.
- Education – Options include the Employee Degree Program, taking classes to enrich your career skills, New York’s 529 College Savings Program, and Cornell Children’s Tuition Scholarship.
To explore the full range of Cornell Employee Benefits further follow the link: Cornell Benefits.
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IT Business Analyst III
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