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Date: Jan 13, 2018

Location: Taoyuan, TAO, TW

Company: Micron

Req. ID: 101878


As an IT Project Manager at Micron Technology, you are responsible for duties related to managing a successful project. You must successfully manage, monitor, and control the project through all phases from initiation, planning, execution/control, and on-time/within budget project closure. You must demonstrate various levels of strategic planning including identifying project requirements, establishing clear and achievable objectives, coordination and adapting the specifications and approach to the different concerns and expectations of various stakeholders, and adhere to the Micron Project Methodology and project standards.

The IT Project Manager is a strategic role that requires collaboration with business stakeholders to ensure business needs are met. This includes understanding how a project impacts the strategic roadmap of the business and aligning project execution to help achieve business objectives.  


Responsibilities and Tasks 
 •  Lead and manage project teams.
 •  Provide leadership within the team environment. Set the right tone given the needs of the project.
 •  Define a project vision and gain team commitment to it. Provide support to all team members working to achieve it.
 •  Identify all affected stakeholders and resources required.
 •  Ensure collaboration occurs between staff of all departments and vendor organizations.
 •  Resolve conflict within the team.
 •  Provide specific performance feedback to team members and their managers.
 •  Participate, as requested, in the recruitment and placement Micron staff and consultants into projects.
 •  Manage project resource allocations.
 •  Build a cohesive and high performing team.
Manage communications.
 •  Represent the project to its governing authority and other management as requested.
 •  Ensure information flow to all areas and members of the project team.
 •  Provide status reports as indicated by Project Management Office (PMO) and other governing bodies.
Manage the project schedule and budget.
 •  Develop and maintain a detailed project schedule in collaboration with team members.
 •  Identify and drive to interim and major milestones that the team is to meet.
 •  Deliver projects within the timeline that has been formally approved.
 •  Deliver projects within the budget that has been formally approved.
Manage project risks and issues.
 •  Identify, document, and respond to risk with mitigation, contingency, or other risk response plans.
 •  Document, monitor, and resolve issues.
 •  Escalate risks and issues to the appropriate level and formality for resolution.
 •  Perform problem solving at the individual, team, or leadership level.
Manage project scope and change.
 •  Ensure project requirements are gathered, documented, and formally approved.
 •  Control the work of the project such that all scoped deliverables of the project are delivered and meet quality standards.
 •  Manage change and work into or out of the project to avoid gold-plating or additional deliverables not change-controlled into the scope. Provide schedule or resource impacts as appropriate.
 •  Ensure appropriate data and/or metrics are used to evaluate the completeness and quality of project deliverables.
Manage process compliance.
 •  Ensure team members observe and support PMO processes and procedures.
 •  Involve the appropriate parties to ensure that technology solutions are compatible with Micron’s enterprise architecture, service environment, and policy.
 •  Ensure that project-level (or phase-level if appropriate) lessons learned are documented and distributed.
Manage integration and negotiation.
 •  Ensure support for the needs of related projects and their respective project and program managers.
 •  Ensure the project receives support from dependent projects or organizations.
 •  Ensure the project provides a good transition to long-term support organizations.
 •  Coordinate timelines and system environments across projects and programs.
 •  Operate in a shared resource environment, including Micron direct and consulting resources.
 •  Observe current portfolio and company priorities.
 •  Participate, as required, as a member of the program leadership group.
Education Required
•  Bachelors Degree
•  Computer Science 
•  Management Information Systems (MIS)
•  Related field of study


Desired Certificate
•  Project Management certification
Experience Required
• Working in an IT environment

• Familiar with Big Data Solutions
• Managing Information Systems projects
• Developing schedules, including milestones
• Critical path, resource leveling, and detail task scheduling

We recruit, hire, train, promote, discipline and provide other conditions of employment without regard to a person's race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, veteran’s status, or other classifications protected under law.  This includes providing reasonable accommodation for team members' disabilities or religious beliefs and practices.

Each manager, supervisor and team member is responsible for carrying out this policy. The EEO Administrator in Human Resources is responsible for administration of this policy. The administrator will monitor compliance and is available to answer any questions on EEO matters.

To request assistance with the application process, please contact Micron’s Human Resources Department at 1-800-336-8918 (or 208-368-4748).

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