Director of Program Management, Business Process Salary
The average pay for a Director of Program Management, Business Process is $113,660 per year. A skill in Process Improvement is associated with high pay for this job.
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Job Description for Director of Program Management, Business Process
A director of program management (business process) oversees their organization's business processes to ensure they meet internal and client needs. They are required to manage several project and program mangers (PMs) simultaneously, and they also lead meetings and presentations about project status and other relevant metrics. These directors must constantly look for ways to improve efficiency and efficacy within projects and business processes. Directors of program management (business process) works primarily indoors, and while there is the possibility of travel, it's generally not a requirement. Job hours vary depending on the employer's needs, but working during regular business hours is typical.Read More...
Organizations generally require anywhere from seven to 15 or more years of experience in program management, along with at least a bachelor's degree, for director of program management (business process) positions. A project management professional (PMP) certification is often preferred, as are other technical and managerial certifications.
Directors of program management (business process) should have proven leadership skills, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to multitask, and the ability to adequately manage their time and their teams' time to handle all projects. Directors of program management should be proficient with basic computer programs such as the Microsoft Office suite. They should also be self-motivated, able to learn and adapt to rapidly changing environments, and able to pick up and use new software quickly with minimal training.
Director of Program Management, Business Process Tasks
- Develops business processes that define and increase the efficiency of the organization.
- Leads key program management projects using these core business processes and ensures cross-organizational, integrated use.
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