The Director, Patient Support Services Program Strategy & Management will personally oversee the management of the non-distribution process for attaining commercial drug, free drug, and patient support.
In this role, you will work with business development support and commercial implementation teams to develop optical commercial and technical solutions, ensure correlation between project technical and commercial criteria to deliver projects that have the right technical integration.
In this role, you will provide strategic direction and be a recognised expert/authority in one or more areas. Would be expected to mentor employees across the business and in geographically large areas.
In this role, you will manage the activities of a staff that shall execute the company's business plan, developing plans and projects, determining needs, investigating and resolving problems, interfacing with other functions and outside personnel, preparing capital and operating requests, and managing staff.
The Director of IT Project Management Office (IT-PMO) is responsible for the overall project management function of the IT portfolio of projects, providing leadership, coordination and management of PMO processes and functions.
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The Director of Project Management will provide day-to-day project management support to ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget and achieves business goals as set forth by Strategic Development or Business units.
The candidate will work cross-functionally with leaders in clinical, research, development, finance, and business development. The incumbent will be instrumental with the building of the program management function to assure delivery of development, clinical and corporate programs, on time, in scope and within budget.
The Program Director is a member of the corporations Leadership and is a resource person for mental health and/or mental retardation/intellectual and developmental services as designated by the regional director/coordinator or senior program director.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage the activities of a staff that shall execute the company's business plan, developing plans and projects, determining needs, investigating and resolving problems, interfacing with other functions and outside personnel, preparing capital and operating requests, and managing staff.
In this role, you will be developing content for a wide variety of communications material, advising about new or different communications tools and tactics, and designing and implementing public awareness campaigns.
In this role, you will be responsible for oversee all financial aspects for pediatric network including the development of annual budget, process accounts receivable / payable, inter - entity agreements and external contracts.
In this role, you will assist and educate all MicroTech business development personnel in utilizing the assigned contract and those specific rules of engagement that are followed to win new business by acting as the primary point-of-contact for the assigned contracts and secondary point-of-contact for other assigned contracts.
In this role, you will create and advise on operations, future project plans, and policies regarding the development of overall business related programs and delivers cost-effective services to support the Company.
This position will include a blend of curriculum development and teaching, clinical duties, and administrative work. The Director will also be involved in creating a plan for behavioral science integration within the family medicine residency program.