The Manager of Security Plans & Programs represents the Department of Protective Services (DPS) for system-wide programs within the DPS portfolio. The focus of the position will be development and maintenance of standards, plans, policies, and ensuring regulatory compliance. This position owns the responsibility for scoping/sequencing work and developing/executing strategies to ensure departmental goals are met and regulatory requirements are adhered to. This includes the coordination, monitoring, and reporting on activities in accordance with project controls and ensuring contract requirements are being met by third-party security contractors for the System Office. The incumbent ultimately supports Sutter Health's goal of leading the transformation of health care to achieve the highest levels of quality, access, collaboration and affordability, by ensuring a secure environment for employees, patients, and visitors. The incumbent provides leadership, project management, and staff support essential to implement large-scale innovation and partnership efforts throughout the enterprise. This is a dynamic and visible role within the Department of Protective Services and will have touchpoints across the enterprise. Programs are typically highly visible and require exceptional research, analytical, collaboration, and communication competencies involving multiple key stakeholders.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Health Care, Business, or closely related field required Or equivalent education/experience.
Master's degree from an accredited college or university in Health Care, Business, or closely related field preferred Or equivalent education/experience.
6-9 years project management experience with projects of increasing complexity required.
3-5 years demonstrated leadership and supervisory skills in the development of complex programs in a collaborative, cross-functional environment required.
3-5 years must have been in responsible charge of the successful development of major programs of significant complexity in a regulated field required.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills Demonstrated success working in a highly regulated work environment Must be knowledgeable of processes, tools, and techniques for assessing and mitigating workplace violence in diverse situations. Must be able to accurately analyze situations in a highly complex organizational structure and reach appropriate decisions based on informed judgment Must be highly organized and detail-oriented Must effectively manage subordinates Demonstrated ability to develop programs, processes, procedures, and training in collaboration with multiple cross-functional work groups and tailor approaches to highly diverse organizational structures and situations Demonstrated background as an effective public speaker/trainer/teacher Strong interpersonal skills Must demonstrate a high level of integrity and professionalism to handle sensitive and confidential information Demonstrated ability to set priorities and respond to changing demands from multiple sources in a fast-paced environment Demonstrated ability to follow through, meet deadlines, anticipate requirements, and build relationships with minimal oversight Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment and employ strong reasoning skills Must be able to work collaboratively in a team environment with minimal supervision Project management experience Database management experience Demonstrated comfort level with internal systems or demonstrated ability to learn new systems Excellent time management and organization skills PC skills including MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint Must present as approachable, open, professional, and positive Must be willing to travel on short notice and during non-standard working hours
Internal Number: SHSO-1914510
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