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DHII Project Manager IT-related Level 2

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Victoria, BC, Canada

Job Type


Closing date



Part Time(7 hours/day)



12-Feb-2024 to 31-Mar-2025

British Columbia Shared Services

About the Role

The initial term of this opportunity is from an anticipated start date of February 12, 2024 to an end date of March 31, 2025. At the sole discretion of the Ministry, the Contract may be extended for up to two additional one-year
terms. The Consultant must be available to start within two weeks of the anticipated start date.

The Contractor’s responsibilities will include the following:
• Undertake project management activities, provide technical expertise, and other related duties for the
development and delivery of the Digital Health Integrated Intake Project and related initiatives.
• Support procurement activities as directed, including but not limited to drafting RFPs, response
guidelines, and evaluation criteria.
• Support IMIT project development, implementation, and operations; including but not limited to
engaging with vendors and staff.
• Support stakeholder engagement with multiple groups.
• Develop feasibility studies, business cases, and funding submissions as directed.
• Prepare project documentation and support project resources.
• Support organizational change management activities as directed.
• Provide status reporting and attend meetings when requested and as directed.


Consultant Qualifications

The Project Manager IT-related Level 2 is required to have the following skills and experience:


In addition to the qualifications and demonstrated expertise on projects with the characteristics described for PM Levels 1 through 3, the IT-related Project Management Consultants are expected to have an undergraduate degree in information technology, sciences, engineering or other technology related field; have IT –related project experience; and have knowledge and use of the systems development life-cycle. 


The Project Manager at Experience Level 2 is expected to interact at the senior manager level and to function as adjunct to a Project Manager at Experience Level 1 (if working on large and complex projects) or as project lead on routine IM- or IT-related projects within government. The Project Manager at Experience Level 2 is expected to: 


a)      have a minimum of three (3) years of experience within the last seven (7) years as a Project Manager in one or more of the following knowledge areas:

§  Project Integration Management

§  Project Scope Management

§  Project Time Management

§  Project Cost Management

§  Project Quality Management

§  Project Human Resource Management

§  Project Communications Management

§  Project Risk Management

§  Project Procurement Management

b)     have an undergraduate degree (e.g. BA, B.Sc, information technology, engineering or other technology related field). The Province will consider certification as a CA, CMC, CMA, CGA, or CFA as an alternative to a conventional undergraduate degree;

c)      preferably have a PMI – Project Management Professional (PMP®) designation;

d)     have ability to make effective use of technology (e.g. special product knowledge such as

Microsoft Project);

e)     provide project examples that clearly demonstrate experience on at least three (3) projects of eight (8) months or longer duration, which includes strong communication skills to lead stakeholders from multiple groups with diverse interests to consensus on project scope, objectives and responsibilities and liaison with Ministry management and staff;

f)       provide project examples that clearly demonstrate three (3) or more years in managing multidisciplinary teams (e.g. core business staff, professional employees, middle managers and other private sector contractors) and developing feasibility studies, business cases, and treasury board submissions;

g)      provide project examples that clearly demonstrate experience in preparing project charters, master project plans, providing risk analysis and risk management, and coordinating Ministry resources and contractors to achieve project objectives;

h)     provide project examples that clearly demonstrate experience in managing change requests/budget requests including:

i.       cost estimates; 

ii.     schedules; 

iii.    resources required to deliver integrated solutions;  iv. deliverables; 

v. inter-dependencies on other tasks/sub-projects/Ministries’ projects; and 

i)       provide project examples that clearly demonstrate a track record of successfully delivering medium complexity projects (less than $5M in value, greater than six (6) months in duration and at least five (5) people reporting to the Project Manager) preferably in a public sector environment.


The Project Manager at Experience Level 2 will possess demonstrated expertise on projects with the following characteristics:


j)       medium complexity and/or sensitivity (usually small to medium scope in a fairly static business environment with limited need for scope adjustment);

k)      multiple stakeholders (typically involving interaction with a cross discipline team represented by several interested parties) such as:

i.            government (e.g. a provincial government),

ii.          broader public sector (e.g. a crown corporation, municipality or agency), and

l)       routine timelines and budgets generally not exceeding $5 million and usually under one (1) year in duration; and

m)    impacts may be to all of government, broader public sector, private sector and to large components of citizenry.


In addition to the skills and experience set out above, the Proponents should demonstrate that the proposed Consultant(s) have the following additional skills and experience:

•        IM/IT experience in the BC health sector 

•        Understanding of BC’s Digital Health strategies and governance structures

  • Availability to meet in person in Victoria, BC as necessary

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