1. Martez Johnson 720-333-0580
3045 Clermont St., Denver, CO 80207 email@example.com
Analytical self-starter with a strong attention to detail as an accomplished Project Manager with
experience in initiating, planning, executing, monitoring/control and cost of all projects and assignments.
Proven ability to provide any client or employer the expertise that their business is looking for to achieve
goals, and surpass milestones in today’s competitive environment. Utilizes stakeholder management
experience to interpret the level of influence, interest and engagement to conduct pre-initiation
discussions, project scope, scheduling, and cost budget analysis. Knowledgeable in design,
implementation, and review of the project life cycle to ensure seamless performance along the critical
path. An adept leader who possesses the expertise to develop and deliver a complete management plan
coupled with a skillful ability to maximize levels of productivity.
Systems Planning & Analysis
Publishing & Editing
Research & Process
Application Lead Liaison
PROJECT MANAGEMENT & EVALUATION
Created project plans, implemented the proper resource assignments in project and organizational
management functions to maintain appropriate allocation of funds for project achievement.
Deployed project management disciplines to develop a project charter, planning, scheduling, vendor
management, risk assessment, budgeting, change management and project control.
Created evaluative tools to track project progress utilizing software such as MS Project and
Primavera to mitigate risk along critical path for data collection analysis for earned value.
Developed project scope and management plan with sponsor and stakeholders, resulting in 98%
successful completion rate of multiple commercial public service structure projects.
Designed a project financial and timeliness viability scale to evaluate project resource assignment,
personnel/vendors, and deliverables meeting proposal expectations and budgetary allotments.
Assessed project conceptualization and budgetary allotments to determine project viability to
forecast and mitigate overruns, design changes, and establish efficient change management processes.
2. FISCAL ADMINISTRATION & ASSET ACCOUNTABILITY
Established best budgetary route and cost effectiveness of the project to compose comparisons of
vendor submittals by researching markups for both labor and materials.
Submitted budget proposals and project scope to Finance identifying key availability of grants and
other government funding to support project viability.
Evaluated all Requests for Proposals (RFP) for upcoming projects in addition to managing and
providing oversight for line item expenditures to mitigate project for potential overruns.
Utilized PeopleSoft to manage and generate purchase order requests, perform cash flow analysis, and
reconciliatory procedures to identify available funds and track project expenditures.
Mitigated project overruns by forecasting projected costs of materials and anticipated vendor labor
for multiple projects to ensure compliance with annual operating budget of $400K
Supported an internal operational asset inventory worth over $54 million, assigning sub-auditing
responsibilities to inter-departmental designees for accountability of controlled items.
VENDOR MANAGEMENT & ACQUISITION
Examined vendor costs and status of work performed, safeguarding the conceptualization of the
project utilizing effective business relations and communications to all stakeholders.
Developed rapport with vendors ensuring that all RFP’s and RFQ’s were adhered to within the
guidelines of the management plan per Finance and Purchasing delegation.
Performed quality assurance and controls during progression of project, promptly submitting change
orders to the designated Change Authority mitigating budgetary overruns and project delays.
Conducted Risk Assessments in consultation with subject matter experts establishing effective quality
control measures development and implementation throughout the course of the project.
Researched and assigned project resources to respective project leads for the identification of
vendors, product acquisition, and critical data for decision meetings to develop project details.
Orchestrated Team Decision Meeting’s (TDM) to identify project specifications, required time
allocations, impact of budget for the department, and to directly analyze/resolve project concerns.
COMMUNITY RELATIONS & PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
Consulted with board members to provide feedback, design and generate policies for agencies
rendering services to individuals living with HIV/AIDS through HRSA (Health Resource Services
Facilitated the identification of Target Group Areas (TGA), applying available research based upon
needs assessment to equitably distribute $6.4 million in HRSA funding.
Researched and procured necessary resources to demonstrate specific funding justification to employ
stakeholder’s needs and expectations.
Incorporated the use of team development to brainstorm, address the change management processes
of the project, and create a dynamic interpretation of stakeholder’s concept.
Generated project proposals and fiscal management plans to identify resource requirements to
successfully execute the project.
Evaluated key milestones and potential technical challenges in order to develop appropriate
mitigation protocols through change management guidelines.
3. Work History
Senior IT Project Manager KForce, Greenwood Village,
Mar 2014 – Jul 2014
Project Manager / Executive Assistant City & County of Denver,
Apr 2001 – Mar 2014
Office Manager Whalen & Co., Denver, CO Dec 1999 – Mar 2001
Applied Project Management – Master
Growth Opportunities And Leadership
for Supervisors (GOALS)
City & County of Denver,
B.S., Cultural Affairs Management Metropolitan State University of
Denver, Denver, CO