The Project Manager is responsible for directing and mentoring staff; the position requires business management acumen and must demonstrate strong leadership, organizational and time management skills, as well as have strong communication and team building skills
Work with cross functional teams to develop and track classic project management deliverables (schedules, status reports, resource plans, risks, issues logs, etc.); analyze and communicate the issues and risks as they relate to their project(s).
Communicates with property owner(s) to be displaced and all stakeholders, including but not limited to: clients, public agencies, attorneys and courts, utility company coordination, associated with row duties.
In this role, you will be responsible for managing project timelines, resources, quality and risk; including, milestone planning and reporting, project budget tracking, budget analysis, project staffing.
Must have years work experience managing full lifecycle technology based projects using a formal project management methodology (PMP Certification a plus) and current software project reporting tools (MS Project+).
In this role, you will work with the Program Managers and the Technology Delivery Manager to facilitate all project management aspects, take initiative with managing projects, running project status meetings, create and maintain comprehensive project documentation ,creating required reports, escalating issues, developing and managing project plans, identifying risks and mitigation strategies, any other tasks related to project management.
Oversee each phase of a project's life cycle, including initial concept, design, and production, and ensure that projects move smoothly from one point to the next within deadline schedules and allocated budgets.
This position will be primarily responsible for managing projects and customer relationship while working with analysts who are responsible for quality, cost, and clinical analytics which include tracking, analyzing, and reporting quality, cost, and clinical outcomes data related to Performance Improvement projects within Johns Hopkins Medicine.
The Program Director must be able to plan and organize a structured program consisting of educational and recreational activities according to age group, supervise staff and maintain a high level of communication between school representatives and participants, staff and supervisors. In addition, the Program Director will be responsible for the management of the entire OST program at his/her site.