Information Technology Manager I (Closed)

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  • Full Time

Client / Project:                Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) – District-wide
Salary Range:                     $139.0K to $164.8K annual base salary, depending upon experience.

Number of positions:      One (1)


The Information Technology Project Manager (ITPM) is a technical representative charged with executing and delivery of technology projects and programs identified by LACCD OIT and approved funding by the BuildLACCD Districtwide bond-funded projects. This position will serve as a dedicated point of contact providing constant interactions with the Program Management Office (PMO), Office of Information Technology (OIT), consultants, vendors, systems engineers, and implementers to ensure designs, technical, functional and business requirements are met. The ITPM will respond to all of the technology project requirements and provide project and technical leadership to successfully deliver IT projects on time and within budget. The ITPM will also perform a support role to Districtwide IT, Security, and AV projects where needed. It is expected that the ITPM will produce tangible deliverables to support their collaboration and communication efforts.

The ITPM will manage and coordinate the implementation of complex Information Technology (IT) and Information Systems (IS) projects, including but not limited to:


  • Voice and Data Systems (VoIP, Network Switching, WIFI)
  • Data Center Buildout
  • TR/ER Buildout

Audio Visual Systems

  • Smart Classrooms
  • Video Conferencing
  • Training Rooms
  • A/V Infrastructure oversight Security
  • Security Cameras
  • Access Control Systems
  • Security Monitoring solutions
  • Wireless-related technologies

Other Related Systems

  • Servers and Storage – Plan and deploy servers and storage upgrades for Districtwide applications such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems, Student Information Systems (SIS), Learning Management Systems (LMS)
  • Cybersecurity – Plan and deploy firewalls and cybersecurity solutions to help secure the District’s network.
  • Security Cameras – Plan and deploy security camera systems, workstations, and recording equipment.

* The list above is only a sampling of project types


  • Successfully manage and execute 5 to 10 projects simultaneously, ranging in value and complexity from $1M to $25M each.
  • Ability to support a multi-campus environment.
  • Develop comprehensive project plans for assigned project plans using MS Project.
  • Develop stakeholder registers and perform stakeholder mapping where appropriate.
  • Develop project with project scheduling team or independently to drive project timelines.
  • Develop WBS and leverage Due Date Performance for project schedule timeline horizon.
  • Collaborate with internal and external IT resources for the successful project execution.
  • Documents and reports all project data accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Schedules project meetings and create Meeting Minutes for all meetings attended.
  • Successfully deliver IT projects on schedule and within budget.
  • Good understanding of Earned Value Management Principles.
  • Assess, communicate, and mitigate risks by utilizing contingency plans as needed and documenting and tracking risks via a centralized risk register.
  • Report and collaborate with Program Management Office on all IT project and program matters.
  • Review and develop IT-related contract documents and ensure deliverables are complete and accurate.
  • Develop detailed technical scopes of work to support IT projects and programs.
  • Utilize SharePoint technologies for document and artifact repositories.
  • Evaluate vendor/contractor’s job performance and compliance with scope documents.
  • Review and evaluate IT project submittals.
  • Coordinate Asset Tagging with Asset Disposition/Surplus, and Relocation teams.
  • Track all project status and provide mid to executive-level management status reports relative to overall program relative to IT project delivery schedules.
  • Plan, organize, coordinate, and report performance of IT projects and programs to include cost, scope and schedule.
  • Engage and work with stakeholders to align requirements, project deliverables.
  • Identify risk and create risk mitigation plans successfully.
  • Present project updates on weekly, monthly, and ad-hoc basis.
  • Follow project closure procedures for the successful transition of the project to operations.


  • 5 years of experience in project management of enterprise IT projects.
  • Experience managing multiple IT projects with differing complexities and size.
  • Skilled at leading project team in Agile and Waterfall methodologies.
  • Experience with project financials, project scope, and adhering to project budget.
  • Strong understanding of Earned Value Management principles.
  • Strong understanding of enterprise computing; data centers, servers, route/switch, multi-tiered applications and ERP.
  • Experience deploying network infrastructure, including Cisco, HP, and Aruba.
  • Experience with deploying VoIP and IP based solutions.
  • Experience with DC, MDFs, and IDF rooms
  • Experience with deploying wireless networks and related technologies.
  • Experience with deploying security technologies such as Everbridge, Milestone, or similar.
  • Detailed involvement of all project development lifecycle including initiation, planning, design, monitoring and controlling, execution and closeout with IT project management.
  • Experience working with business and IT stakeholders at all levels of management to understand needs, gathering requirements, and develop a project charter (project initiation documentation).
  • Understanding of PEWs, ROMs and SOWs.
  • Good understanding of resource management.
  • Strong understanding of PPM tools and/or Microsoft Project.
  • Strong understanding of Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Good understanding of KPIs and Metrics.


  • Minimal Two or four-year college degree.
  • A valid PMP certification, in-progress or equivalent experience.
  • Knowledge of Scrum and Agile project management.
  • Knowledge of DDP (Due Date Performance) methodology.
  • Strong knowledge of Enterprise IT Project Management.
  • Knowledge of network and related technologies.
  • Experience in higher education preferred but not required.
  • Familiarity with bidding and contracting process, and with programs that utilize public funds.
  • Experience with Design Bid Build or Design Build.

Deadline to submit resume:
Tuesday September 12, 2023 @ 9:00am (late submissions cannot be accepted)
Please email cover letter, resume, and salary requirements: hr@paragon‐
Subject line: LACCD IT Manager I (SAC-415)

Approximate Processing Time:
Short list post: Week of September 18, 2023
Interviews: Week of September 18, 2023
Number of positions: 1
Anticipated Start: September 2023
Recruitment No.: SAC-415

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