The candidate will have proven experience as a project manager/team lead on large/complex projects involving the coordination of different teams and territories, the successful deployment of in-house/package Liquidity, Financial or Risk systems, covering a broad spectrum of business/financial instruments.
Leads and oversees cross-functional teams/programs, budgets, resourcing, adherence to schedule etc. Develops a comprehensive approach for the portfolio of projects to monitor projects and monitor scope changes, prioritization of scope components, and the attainment of business value.
Contribute to the dissemination and utilization of outcomes and promising practices to increase the visibility of March of Dimes mission work by assisting staff with abstract submissions, national presentations, and publication drafts.
Supervise staff and develop processes for compliance in establishing and closing out sponsored programs; develops and implements process improvements in research reporting, reconciliation and financial accounts management.
Facilitate the development, integration, and coordination of Site Strategy and Execution Plans at the site level to deliver the Tech-Ops Strategy and NTO Long Island Business Strategy as part of Program Management Office (PMO) role.
Provide subject matter expertise as it relates to interpretation and implementation of trading, regulatory and exchange requirements and collaborate with technology to continually update execution platform and client interfaces.
Prepare ad hoc simulations and analysis to support the Regional Management throughout the budget and forecast process, including ad hoc analysis of certain expenses categories and future looking analysis.
Work closely with the Director of Education and Continuing Education to maintain overall management of the human, material, and fiscal resources associated with the continuing nursing education programs.
Plan and lead advisory board meetings, prepare materials and reports for senior institutional officials, and write progress summaries; create long- and short-term project plans and ensure they are implemented.
The Critical Care Program Medical Director will be responsible for the Intensivist team which will be comprised of 3 Critical Care Physicians and 1 Critical Care Advanced Practice Provider, who will provide coverage in the hospitals step-down unit.
Works with Transplant Program Directors and Transplant Institute leadership to identify programmatic goals and to develop mechanisms for implementing goals with staff including written policies and procedures, documented protocols and pathways, and clear workflows.