Responsible to the Chair and Executive Director of the Department of Family Medicine to assist Department leadership in all phases of Family Medicine operational project implementation and management within defined scope, quality, time and cost constraints.
The role of the Project Management Manager is to provide strategic project management oversight for all phases of identified project planning and prioritization, documentation of project timelines/accountability by working with cross-functional leadership, staff and/or stakeholders in order to achieve stated project goals and deliverables.
This position assesses Department goals/requirements to determine the scope of the project, sets critical milestones in collaboration with internal stakeholders, and manages the project timeline and schedule until project completion. This position will be responsible for managing multiple projects at one time.
This position will work collaboratively with leadership to ensure the project management and established methodologies are meeting the department needs; responsible for defining and establishing project methods, analytics, and recommendations; reporting details regarding analysis of project outcomes and key performance indicators; maintain data throughout all phases of the project to ensure leadership makes project decisions based on appropriate project data; works with the Executive team to establish Project Management policies, procedures, and protocols; works collaboratively with all operational areas within the department to ensure projects are approached with the appropriate amount of research, planning, implementation, reporting, analysis, and revision; and performs all other duties as assigned.
Job Category: Administrative
Bachelor’s degree in healthcare, business, or related field
1 – 3 years experience of combined healthcare & project management related experience
Internal Number: 13508
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