In this role, the selected candidate will support the strategic management of Information Technology projects to improve project planning and coordination, provide overall coordination for project work, integrate efforts of various project teams, ensure relevance of project work to the organization's strategic plan, ensure efficient resource utilization, establish and maintain standards and methods for project management, lead projects as needed, and provide leadership, oversight, training, and mentoring to project leaders.
In this role, you will review leading indicators from audit summaries, daily observations and injury statistics to provide structured programs to lower risks associated with potential accidents and losses to assigned projects.
The ideal for us would be to find a candidate that is either from the area or wants to relocate to the Norfolk area; work from our main office for an extended period until they are acclimated to us and our systems and vice versa.
In this position, you will build effective relationships & partnerships with community services & serves as a liaison between community stakeholders & project teams. Supervises and performs operational and clinical functions related to the community-based strategies. Applies & role models concepts of value-based person-centered care with novel approaches to interprofessional care.
This position involves electrical engineering, as well as project management and promotional activities for the office. Electrical engineering duties include lighting, power and special electrical systems design, as well as energy analysis, building system assessments and construction administration.
The Project Manager will demonstrate a positive and professional attitude, provide mentorship to others, motivate the work environment, and exhibit strong conflict resolution skills and collaboration while maintaining composure.