Job start date: December 2018/January 2019. Rare opportunity to utilize your project management skills in healthcare setting to develop, close, and manage all aspects of a relocation project. As the Transition Project Manager, you will collaborate with various departments and individuals at all levels, making assessments and implementing project plans effectively, on time, and within budget.
Ideal candidate has minimum 2 years’ experience as a Project Manager in a healthcare setting and experience with Lean, Studer, or Six-Sigma.
This temporary opportunity could last up to 24 months.
- Identify scope of project and project deliverables, define issues and risks within the project or work stream, identify key staff and stakeholders involved in and impacted by the project, and identify internal and external customers.
- Conduct interviews and focus groups of stakeholders, internal and external customers, and subject matter experts, to identify issues and collect ideas related to project.
- Serve as a liaison to work groups and implementation task forces, and ensure work is well-organized, comprehensive, with clear deliverables and due dates.
- Develop tracking tools, memos, letters, status reports, and/or flyers to communicate the progress of projects and work streams.
- Assure smooth turnover of projects to operational leaders and end users, both at the initiation as well as the conclusion.
- Collaborate with User Groups to maintain an ongoing understanding of business issues and needs.
- Cultivate strong working relationships across disciplines, especially those areas impacted by relocation of services and departments.
- Minimum 2 years’ experience as a Project Manager in a healthcare setting.
- Experience with Lean, Studer, or Six-Sigma.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Organizational Development, Management Engineering or Master’s level education in Health Administration highly desirable.
- Knowledge of time management and the ability to prioritize/reprioritize projects.
- Ability to work under pressure and timelines.