The College and Career Program Manager should possess strong communication and facilitation skills, and plays a collaborative role in the development of highly effective regional and statewide systems for promoting student success.
The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of IT related projects and would preferably have some experience with Dynamics NAV. You will be working in a fast paced environment and handling multiple projects at one time.
The Senior Project Manager role provides project management, process improvement, leadership and consultation to major/critical/confidential projects/initiatives. These projects involve executives, front line staff, consultants, vendors, IT, labor, and other coordination to ensure projects are delivered within scope, schedule and budget.
Help implement regional Orthopedic strategies in musculoskeletal service lines across all Oregon ministries to ensure quality outcomes, support / lead interdisciplinary care teams and engage physicians in growth and development of efficient, effective and value added orthopedic services.
Responsible in association with hospital and clinic administrators for the implementation, maintenance and optimization of a compliant 340B program in the Oregon Region, under the direction of the Director of Business Development.
Be responsible for providing project leadership, coordination and facilitating teamwork of project teams to meet project goals. Be responsible for working with department managers, service line directors and chief executives to develop project scopes.