Caltrans’ Enterprise Portfolio Services Seeks Senior Project Manager

The senior project manager is “an expert-level adviser” and a critical part of the Portfolio Management team, directing the most critical and complex projects and demonstrating “the highest level of expertise available in state service, working to support the systems and services of the IT project management domain.”

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The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is recruiting for a senior project manager (IT Specialist III) for the Enterprise Portfolio Services office of the Project and Business Management Division.

The senior project manager is “an expert-level adviser” and a critical part of the Portfolio Management team, according to the job posting, directing the most critical and complex projects and demonstrating “the highest level of expertise available in state service, working to support the systems and services of the IT project management domain.”

“The position provides enterprise project management for Caltrans’ most sensitive and complex information technology projects, as well as management and oversight for the enterprise technology portfolio,” the job posting notes. More specifics about the role can be found in the duty statement.

The monthly salary range is $8,119 to $10,880, and the application deadline is June 7.
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