Boston Private is a leading provider of fully integrated wealth management, trust and private banking services. For more than 25 years, Boston Private has taken a highly personalized approach to serving the complex financial needs of individuals, families, business owners, private partnerships, nonprofits and community partners. Boston Private is also an active provider of financing for affordable housing, first-time homebuyers, economic development, social services, community revitalization and small businesses.
Headquartered in Boston, Boston Private has offices across the U.S. including Boston, San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles and South Florida. Private banking and trust services are provided through Boston Private Bank & Trust Company. Wealth management services are provided through Boston Private Wealth LLC, an SEC registered investment adviser and a wholly owned subsidiary of Boston Private Bank & Trust Company.
As Project Manager III at Boston Private Bank you will manage a set of projects (including new application acquisitions, business process improvements and technology utilization enhancement initiatives). Your role includes resource allocation, tracking project plans and timelines, preparing environment strategy for development & testing, risk and issue management, status reporting and design of and transition to a steady-state support model.
You will collaborate with a team of Project Managers, Business Analysts, Subject Matter Experts, vendors, etc. to effectively deliver projects/initiatives. This requires the capability to work in large cross-functional teams and may include establishing vendor relationships, if vendor selection is a component of the project. It also requires strong communication and interpersonal skills.
You must be able to simultaneously manage 2 or more IT projects and support a number of customers/internal clients. You will function as Relationship Manager to a small number of business area executives in order to enhance communication between the business side and IT, as well as to elicit project requests, requirements and business area strategy.
As a member of the Program Management Office, you will be expected to contribute to the ongoing development of the Project Management Methodology, and may be expected to publish one or more roadmaps and/or white papers with ownership of maintaining them.
The Project Manager is a presenting member of the Project Review and Prioritization Committee, and therefore must be able to present complex data/concepts in a simplified, understandable, and meaningful way.
Boston Private is an Equal Opportunity Employer