Program/Project Management Office Director Salary in San Francisco, California

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Average Salary for Program/Project Management Office Director in San Francisco, California

The average salary of a(n) Program/Project Management Office Director in San Francisco, California is $173,261.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Program/Project Management Office Director in San Francisco, California is $83.30.

The average bonus of a(n) Program/Project Management Office Director in San Francisco, California is $13,532.00.

Job Description:

Directs and oversees the Program/Project Management Office (PMO) by defining and leading program and project management best practices, policies, procedures, and processes. Establishes and administers an IT project portfolio roadmap that aligns with business goals and objectives. Supports a formal, documented Program/Project Management (PMO) methodology including establishing uniform project processes, IT governance, and project performance standards. Plans, organizes, directs, and tracks all major program components including costs, schedules, resources, deliverables, etc. Develops a strategic PMO plan and manages the tactical implementation of that plan. Leads process development, implementation, and continuous improvement. Identifies program and project deliverables. Oversees and advises on issue escalation and resolution. Directs portfolio management and governance. Administers project change management and generates project and program status reporting. Manages financial profit and loss statements for PMO office, including accurately forecasting costs, operating within established budgets, and attaining margin improvement objectives. Measures, analyzes, and reports on project performance. Provides direction and standards for consistent project management tool utilization. Implements program/project management standards and best practices based on measurable success criteria. Implements a continuous improvement process relative to project management. Less

Directs and oversees the Program/Project Management Office (PMO) by defining and leading program and project management best practices, policies, procedures, and processes. Establishes and administers an IT project portfolio roadmap that aligns with business goals and objectives. Supports a formal,... More

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