Mentors, leads and manages PMO staff whose functions range from project coordinators to senior program managers. Proactively identifies and drives project and resource priorities that align with the business objectives.
Work closely and directly with assigned unit staff, department heads and directors to coordinate a year-long plan of solicitations, communications and timelines, while maintaining a consistent image and message.
Establish and maintain effective strategies, processes, and tools to ensure compliance with US and International standards applicable to Mobile Medical Devices, Electronic Sampling and any future products.
Integrating the residency program with physician practices and hospital clinical services in a manner that enhances value and quality and that promotes an optimal environment for professional practice and graduate medical education.
Ensures department compliance to company policies, Corporate policies, PPMP requirements, and compliance to Government DFAR regulations. Responsible for accuracy and timeliness of program Planning artifacts and work products for the business area.
Experience establishing and maintaining relationships with individuals at various levels of the organization, such as peers, internal/external stakeholders, business partners, senior level managers, executives.
An Assistant Program Director performs professional staff work assisting in the supervision of intellectual and developmental disability programs and location operation at the direction and in the absence of the program director.
Develop and implement a full functioning, global PMO for the Arrow Digital business, including: consistent methods and tools for project initiation, team structure, financial management, risk management, new product development processes, project/program reviews, escalation processes, business case development and cross-functional team leadership.