In this role, the selected candidate will manage scope of work and review work product for consultants and contractors providing real estate, environmental assessment, permitting, transmission, engineering, resource analysis, and external relations services for projects under development or consideration for acquisition.
In this role, you will be responsible for direction, completion and financial outcome of construction projects from initial budget through project closeout, managing costs and maximizing profitability.
This Forward Planner/Project Manager is responsible for managing land assets from project inception through securing of entitlements to bond exoneration. This includes the ability to conduct technical feasibilities, secure necessary engineering plans, permits and other governmental or quasi-governmental approvals needed to develop lots and build houses.
The successful candidate will lead investigations on large, complex sites and will participate in strategy and planning to conduct/complete: LNAPL optimization; decision tree development; and preparation of feasibility studies and remedial action plans.
In this role, you will be responsible for delivering patient-centered activities that focus on addressing health status, engagement and retention in care, adherence to HIV medications, and HIV risk reduction.
In this role, you will be responsible for entering contracts with sub-contractors and suppliers according to avalonbay policy and procedures. This includes ensuring the integrity of quality standards, schedule reliability and budget control.
As an experienced Agile Scrum Master, you will be responsible for enacting Scrum values and practices, removing impediments, shielding development teams from external interferences and facilitating interactions. You will utilize Agile rituals to continuously improve product quality and process efficiency while enabling self-managing Scrum teams.
The IT Project /Program Manager oversees one or more projects on an ongoing and regular basis. Individually, or as part of a team, responsible for project planning and statusing, risk management, and issue resolution.
The Clinical Program Manager is responsible for identifying, managing and tracking clinical, quality, correct coding, documentation and data submission projects that advance the objectives of Health Nets strategic goals.
In this position, you will be responsible for driving and managing a cross functional team that will deliver the product offer (consisting of the product as well as all associated offers/upgrades and options) and all associated commercial activities and deliverables to the market including product and solution training, selling tools, product pricing, field support activities, professional services and coordination with our ecosystem partners.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide updates, presentations, and analyze data, resources, costs, savings, and provide recommendations for individual projects as well as groups of projects.
In this role, you will be responsible to maintain project management overview, working with acquisitions editor(s), book contributors, authors and editors, and production colleagues, raising red flags as required and collaborating on problem solving with the cdm/ae/publisher as required.