Job Description :
Task-Based I&IT Consultant - Level 3 Toronto, ON Description MSP Intake Notes: We are looking for a very experienced project manager who also has experience gathering requirements and communicating with clients and end users. The candidate will also have to fill some of the other roles understanding and going into the BA side of things. Understanding the business side of things . Communicating very deeply with the client on going through requirements and understanding their issues Taking date from calls from university and running it through to inform grants More than a PMP technical project manager Must haves (Please read full requirements) FEDI Some experience with transmission and manipulation of data- banking Responsibilities: Works in partnership with clients, advising them how to use information management (IM) and/or information technology in order to meet their business objectives or overcome problems, work to improve the structure and efficiency of an organization's I&IT Systems. The Task-based I&IT Consultant may be used to provide strategic guidance to organizations with regard to IM and Task-based IT technology, IT infrastructures and the enablement of major business processes through enhancements to IT. they can also be used to provide subject matter expertise during the procurement as well as providing highly expert technical assistance. Knowledge Transfer Transfer From Solution Development / Task-Based I&IT Consultant / Level 3 to Project Manager When Knowledge Will Be Transferred: Knowledge transfer must be completed one week prior to the end of the project or one week prior to the consultant leaving the ministry. What Knowledge Will Be Transferred: All deliverables, including design/supporting/release/training documents must be checked into designated version control repositories (for example, SharePoint All final documents and working drafts related to project requirements or solution design must be stored on designated project repositories (for example, SharePoint site, HPQC, TFS) Project manager and designated ministry staff must be regularly informed in writing (by email) of where documentation has been stored and must be provided a minimum of one walk-through of all documentation as part of the final knowledge transfer activities. How Knowledge Will Be Transferred: Knowledge will be transferred through 1 on 1 sessions, emails, document updates and document review with the team.