Asset Management - Process Manager

Job Title:
Asset Management - Process Manager
Location:
Beaverton, OR
Term:
1 year contract
ProKarma is currently hiring for Process Manager that would like to join our team! The selected individual will manage the day-to-day execution of the Global IT Asset Management (ITAM) processes and policies. You'll be responsible for process documentation, process review and analysis, recommending changes, and continuous improvement activities.
Qualifications
o Experience and knowledge of asset management principles, methodologies and tools.
o Bachelor's Degree in related field and minimum 7 years of relevant business experience required.
o Identify/understand the topography of company IT systems, the products, platforms, and processes they utilize leveraging the appropriate discovery tools.
o Identify potential "problem" areas within Asset Management processes, documenting gaps and determining course of action.
o Provide support as teams onboard and adopt ITIL best practices.
o Use existing/develop report templates to provide incremental status reports to the Leadership Team.
o Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships.
o Ability to influence others and move toward a common vision or goal.
o Flexible and adaptable; able to work in ambiguous situations.
o Organized with a natural inclination for planning strategy and tactics.
o Must be a team player and able to work collaboratively with and through others.
o Experience with large-scale highly matrixed organizational change efforts.
Other Details
o Managing, developing and mentoring an Asset Management Process Analyst.
o Coordinating process activities across change resources, other ITIL processes, and the general asset management community.
o Accountable for the life-cycle management of information technology assets throughout Nike and controlling the inventory.
o Escalation contact for any relevant scheduling or other change conflicts based on business priorities and negotiating resolution.
o Managing ITAM process compliance with regulatory/other requirements through tracking/monitoring identified regulatory artifacts.


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