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IT Project Manager Jobs in Broomfield, CO at Vail Resorts



Title: IT Project Manager

Company: Vail Resorts

Location: Broomfield, CO

Salary: $80K – $100K*

Category: Hospitality & Recreation

Job Description

Reach Your Peak at Vail Resorts.You’re someone who pushes boundaries and challenges the status quo. You’re brave, ambitious and passionate in everything you do. And we want you on our team. Pursue your fullest potential and never settle in the quest to deliver extraordinary guest service. Join one of the world’s most innovative companies and re-imagine a mountain resort experience with us. Welcome to Vail Resorts.Reach Your Peak.

Vail Resorts is always looking for great talent. Although our resorts and offices are currently closed to protect the health and safety of our employees, applications are still being acceptd. Hiring will resume as soon as normal operations resume.

We are seeking an experienced Project Manager with a strong Agile background to join the Resort Application Development Team. This role will be responsible for managing projects of varying complexity that drive business value across several lines of business. Reporting directly to the Senior Delivery Manager, this role will have the opportunity to lead and/or contribute to a variety of projects that focus on innovative guest experiences, while enhancing ski management and point-of-sale applications. Successful candidates will establish themselves as leaders capable of effectively partnering with business stakeholders and cross-functional technology teams to deliver software solutions.

Job Responsibilities:

Lead project management activities including: definition of scope and realistic project plans, identification of resources needed to successfully execute project deliverables, monitoring of project finances, and escalation of project risks and mitigation strategies

Engage and proactively communicate with stakeholders to keep them informed of project status, milestones, key decisions, issues, dependencies and operational planning considerations

Serve as a Scrum Master on Agile projects facilitating sprint ceremonies: daily stand-up, story grooming, sprint planning and retrospectives, and product demos. Positively influence team dynamics and provide balanced coaching to delivery teams as needed

Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams (Business Analysts, Developers, Quality Analysts and Product Owners) to ensure functional and non-functional requirements, technical designs, and test plans will achieve the product vision and the business’ needs in accordance with the SDLC process

Demonstrate timely delivery of software projects based upon the portfolio roadmap, expectations of stakeholders, and operational dependencies on new technology solutions

Inspire trust and build strong, productive relationships with the delivery team and working partners by being candid, following through on commitments, and getting ahead of challenges that may impede delivery

Serve as a subject matter expert in routinely briefing key stakeholders, steering committees, etc. on different aspects of project delivery to support key decisions

Demonstrate outstanding verbal and written communication skills to leadership audiences, with the ability to simplify highly technical or complex problems into a logical presentation format

Work to improve the project management discipline and agile framework within Vail Resorts’ technology ecosystem

Manage relationships with 3rd party vendors, including RFQs, contract negotiations, invoice payment and tracking

Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree required

3+ years …

 

About Vail Resorts



Vail Resorts, Inc. runs four ski resorts in Colorado (Vail Ski Resort, Beaver Creek Resort, Keystone Resort, and Breckenridge Ski Resort), three in Lake Tahoe (Heavenly Mountain Resort, Kirkwood Mountain Resort, Northstar California), one in Utah (Park City Mountain Resort in Park City), one in Minnesota (Afton Alps), one in Michigan (Mount Brighton), one in Wisconsin (Wilmot Mountain), one in New South Wales, Australia (Perisher Ski Resort), one in British Columbia (Whistler Blackcomb), and a summer resort in Wyoming. They also own luxury resort hotels throughout the world. The company trades on the New York Stock Exchange, symbol MTN. The company is headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado. Vail Resorts was founded as Vail Associates Ltd. by Pete Seibert (former WWII 10th Mountain Division ski trooper) and Earl Eaton in the early 1960s. Earl and Peter were both ski patrol guides at Aspen when they shared their dream of finding the "next great ski mountain". Earl, a life long resident and son of pioneer families in the area lead Peter to the area in March 1957. Peter set off to secure financing and Earl engineered the early lifts. On a string and a prayer, the ski resort was founded and it opened in 1962. George N. Gillett, Jr. purchased Vail Associates in 1985. Vail Associates changed its name to Vail Resorts and went public in 1997 after Gillett Holdings (owned by George N. Gillett, Jr.) went bankrupt. Apollo Management, headed by Leon Black, bought the company out of bankruptcy and took Vail Resorts public, controlling Vail Resorts through its growth until around 2003, when Apollo divested themselves of the controlling interest. Former Apollo executive, Rob Katz, currently runs the company. The skating rink at Beaver Creek was named the Black Family Skating Rink after Leon Black. In 2014 Vail bought Wilmont Mointain located in Wilmont, WI. Vail Resorts operates the Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, and Keystone ski areas in Colorado, Northstar at Tahoe, Kirkwood Mountain Resort, and Heavenly Ski Resort on the California-Nevada border. It acquired the Grand Teton Lodge Company within the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming in 1999. The GTLC properties include the Jenny Lake Lodge, Jackson Lake Lodge, and Colter Bay Village.