UW Medicine Telehealth Services has an outstanding opportunity for three Internal Consultant/Project Managers. These individuals will provide project management services to support the successful evaluation and implementation of key programs within the UW Medicine Telehealth strategy, including efforts related to programs such as (but not limited to) telemedicine, eConsult, and Remote Patient Monitoring.
Top candidates will possess strong project management & facilitation skills, a high degree of attention to detail, critical-thinking skills, and have excellent communication skills. Key responsibilities will include building and managing project charters and associated work plans, developing tools such as workflow diagrams and procedures, identifying and managing project issues, risks and decisions, develop progress dashboards, reports and other methods to communicate project progression and ensuring timely project delivery and outcomes. In addition, this resource will support the Telehealth department in the development of Telehealth best practices and tools to support ongoing, successful program evaluation, design, and implementation. The Internal Consultants/Project Managers will bring their knowledge of project management to serve as a subject matter expert and to lead mid-to-large complex projects (e.g., new stand-up programs, revamp or advance programs, expansion of services with internal/external partners).
Project Management Support for Telehealth Projects
Process Improvement & Standard Work development
Telehealth Program Infrastructure Development & Support
Other projects as assigned
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Public Health, Communications, or other related field.
4-5 years’ experience with project management; in-depth knowledge of project management best practices, preferably in a healthcare environment. PMP Certification preferred.
Recognized for managing or facilitating strong and innovative teams, has strong interpersonal and personnel management skills, demonstrating the ability to lead to outcomes.
Demonstrated experience in critical thinking and analysis.
Demonstrated experience in identifying & resolving issues & risks.
Demonstrated organizational skills with the ability to prioritize work efforts and work under pressure, while maintaining effectiveness.
Strong collaborative, proactive & positive working style with a customer service focus.
Effective communication; strong written and verbal skills; comfortable presenting to staff and to operational leadership.
Demonstrated experience is leading multiple, complex projects and/or programs.
Ability to function as a project management SME & drive best practice/infrastructure development.
Significant proficiency and demonstrated experience using MS Project, Word, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
An equivalent combination of education and experience may substitute for stated requirements.
Formal Project Management training preferred (e.g., PMP).
Master's degree in Healthcare Administration, Business, Communications, or related field.
Experience working within a complex health system, and/or an academic health system.
Clinical background or licensure.
Experience with Telehealth.
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