Senior Project Analyst (part time)

Senior Project Analyst (part time)

N/A Id: 19157 - Contract

The successful Candidate should demonstrate the following qualifications and experience (the “Qualifications”):

  • Formal project management education or certification including Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), or equivalent certificate.  
  • College degree or diploma in technology.  
  • Minimum 3 years of progressively responsible experience or related background.
  • Recent, related experience in a leadership capacity, including the ability to lead and motivate a team, delegate tasks, and provide guidance and support to agile team members throughout the project lifecycle.  
  • Familiarity with managing projects in kanban/agile style and utilizing work management tools such as Jira.  
  • Knowledge of project management methodologies and tools including scope management, work breakdown structures and scheduling, risk assessment, decision tree analysis, etc.  
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills including the ability to translate business requirements into functional scope and specifications, and the ability to communicate complicated technical issues to technical, non-technical, Steering Committee, and Executive audiences.  
  • Strong analytical skills including the ability to quickly identify potential issues and risks and craft innovative solutions.  
  • The application of appropriate judgment and discretion in the resolution or escalation of project issues and recommendations to Steering Committee or Executive.  
  • Excellent time management skills to prioritize tasks, manage deadlines, and ensure timely completion of project deliverables. 
  • Experience with the gaming industry. 
  • Experience working with a Crown corporation. 
  • Experience with Evergreen IT and coordinating technical debt.  
  • Demonstrated experience with moderate to large technical implementations, preferably in the Identity & Access Management, Networking Systems, and Information Security spaces. 


The successful Candidate will have experience in: 
  • Data Analysis: collecting, analyzing, and interpreting project data to identify trends, patterns, and insights that can inform decision-making and drive project success. 
  • Reporting: generating regular reports, dashboards, and presentations to communicate project status, progress, and key performance indicators to stakeholders, product owners, and leadership. 
  • Project Planning Support: assisting in project planning activities, including defining project scope, objectives, timelines, and deliverables, to ensure alignment with organizational goals and priorities. 
  • Risk Management: identifying, assessing, and mitigating project risks by analyzing potential issues, developing risks mitigation strategies, and monitoring risk factors throughout the project lifecycle. 
  • Documentation Management: maintaining accurate and up-to-date project documentation, including project plans, meeting minutes, action items, and decision logs, to ensure compliance with organizational standards and facilitate knowledge transfer. 
  • Resource Allocation: supporting product owners in resource allocation activities by tracking resource availability, utilization, and allocation to ensure optimal utilization of resources and alignment with project requirements. 
  • Stakeholder Communication: facilitating communication and collaboration among agile team members, stakeholders, and cross-functional teams to ensure alignment on project objectives, priorities, and deliverables. 
  • Quality Assurance: monitoring project deliverables and processes to ensure they meet quality standards, adhere to project requirements, and align with organizational policies and procedures. 
  • Process Improvement: identifying opportunities for process improvement, efficiency gains, and best practices in project management methodologies, tools, and processes to enhance project outcomes and drive continuous improvement. 
  • Support to Product Owners: providing administrative and analytical support to product owners, including scheduling meetings, preparing, agendas, tracking action items, and assisting with project-related tasks as needed to facilitate project success. 


The successful Candidate will provide up twenty (20) hours per week of services, Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Pacific Time, excluding statutory holidays in British Columbia, or as otherwise agreed to by the parties in writing.