Project Manager

The Healthcare Project Manager will be responsible for successfully managing multiple corporate projects within the constraints of scope, quality, time and cost. Responsibilities will include acquiring resources in a matrix environment, and coordinating the efforts of team members and third-party contractors or consultants in order to deliver projects according to plan. The Project Manager will develop the project's plan and schedule; track budget, expenses and risks; escalate issues; develop mitigation plans; communicate status regularly to all stakeholders, and oversee quality control throughout the project's life cycle.
The Healthcare Project Manager must possess equal amounts of project management expertise and business acumen. They must work closely with Executives, Project Sponsors and other business stakeholders to understand, interpret and evaluate business objectives, risks and constraints.
Managing and tracking project budgets and schedules
Participating in planning sessions and department meetings
Performing various types of analyses
Status reporting, including regular team and Steering Committee meetings
Assessing risk and cross-functional impact and developing mitigation plans
Tracking, escalating and resolving issues
Managing teams (onsite and remote)
Communications and Change Management
Testing and training
Post project evaluation and value realization
Reviewing business cases, project charters and status reports
Tracking and reporting project realized value
At least 3+ years' experience as a PM capacity, including all aspects of project development and execution
2+ years Health care environment with previous (highly preferred)
PMP certification (highly preferred)
Experience with Agile methodologies
Experience managing technology projects
Experience gathering business requirements
Ability to work independently and as a team member
Experience developing and managing large budgets required
Experience using MS Project Server and SharePoint required
Excellent communications skills required
Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred

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