Jason Paul Charvat: IT Project, Program and Portfolio Executive

Jason Paul Charvat is a highly experienced, highly qualified global IT Project Executive   who is hired by company clients that require a manager in order to ensure the overall completion success of prospective projects. According to a survey completed by one of the largest auditing groups in the world, PricewaterhouseCoopers, companies that use project management strategies to complete projects see a much higher success rate than companies that don’t establish clear goals. He currently serves Johnson & Johnson’s Medical Device and Diagnostic division as the Senior Global IT Project Executive   in Jacksonville, Florida.

Jason Paul Charvat

Jason Paul Charvat

Before migrating to the United States, Jason Paul Charvat pursued his education in Pretoria, South Africa at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in information systems management while also earning an associate degree in the same field of study.

As the Senior Global IT Project Executive   at Johnson & Johnson, Jason Paul Charvat oversees the beginning, middle, and end to all projects deployed within the Medical Device and Diagnostic division. He ensures that all projects are completed within the specified time frame and within the specified budget allotted. He currently has overseen the deployment of over 135 projects with a success rate of 95 percent. This means that 95 percent of the projects Jason Paul Charvat has been responsible for having been completed on time and within the company’s budget. He also was able to reduce the division’s cost by 10 percent since 2007. Johnson & Johnson recognized his exemplary work by awarding him the Johnson & Johnson Standards of Leadership award.


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