The Project Manager manages assigned projects from initiation to delivery, including project definition, assignment of responsibilities, organizing project teams, setting deadlines, and monitoring expenses. This position manages all or most phases of the project and resources, using industry standard project management tools and techniques. Ensures that all phases of the project are completed per project timeline and budget. In collaboration with key partners this role identifies and resolves obstacles to completing projects on time and within budget. Primary duties include:
Works with all key partners to manage the deployment and completion of all aspects and stages of the project assigned. Organizes project teams, assigns responsibilities, develops project schedules, and determines resource requirements. Ensures requirements are managed and delivered per project timeline, and identifies and mitigates potential risks for implementation. Partners with leadership to assess, track and resolve risks.
Develops and documents plans that ensure all necessary preparation, execution tasks and dependencies are identified and included. Ensures that necessary resources and skills are allocated for project success. Assesses needs, evaluates solutions, makes recommendations, and calls out to senior leaders/key partners, if needed.
Responsible for the oversight of functional project team, including partnering closely with subject matter experts to help gather, assess and track project deliverables. Hold project teams accountable for project deliverables, resolves issues and conflicts, and escalates resource or budget issues.
Provides cross-functional solution direction and guidance, including aiding in resolving any conflicting project decisions. Discusses business case scenarios, presents to senior management and guides team(s) on implementing the best solution through consensus building.
Operates as a full cross-functional leader/member of the project team by supporting project leadership and other team members with resolving obstacles, ensuring collaboration between teams, and providing project updates and communication.
Creates and/or reviews project communications and updates with all partners, in partnership with project leadership. Ensures an effective change management strategy is developed and implemented.
May be responsible for managing budget, costing, timing and other resources including vendor management, staffing and/or deliverables to ensure utilization within the project guidelines.
Responsible for implementing later phase solutions, if applicable.
High school diploma or GED required. Bachelor???s degree in business administration or a related field preferred.
A minimum of five years of professional program or project management, project support and/or leadership experience required.
A minimum of five years of revenue cycle experience highly preferred.
Req ID : 445 Working Title : Project Manager Department : CSRC Support Services Business Entity : Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Job Category : Administrative Job Specialty : Administrative Overtime Status : EXEMPT Primary Shift : Day Shift Duration : 8 hour Base Pay : $45.83 - $73.33
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