The Nursing Education Program Manager is responsible for division-wide and institutional planning that supports the philosophy of the division of nursing and patient care services, and assures these services are aligned with St. Jude Children Research Hospital and nursing department initiatives, mission, vision, and values.
Participates in departmental and branch meetings as well as training sessions to exchange ideas and develop knowledge and skills applies outcomes of meetings through development and execution of agreed upon solutions or process improvements.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for achieving all program milestones using timelines, budgets, and production launch outcomes (capability, rate, etc.) as well as facilitating engineering changes, providing customer support and serving as liaison between the customer and the production teams for the program life.
Directs and manages projects from beginning to end. Defines project scope, goals, and deliverables that support business and IT&S goals, in collaboration with business owners, product owners, and other stakeholders. Works with Business Owner/Sponsor and Solution Leader and others as needed, to create a project charter, including the definition of completion criteria.
Responsible for effective project management; kickoff, identification of all project stakeholders, defining and clarifying project roles and responsibilities, producing a communication plan and publishing the implementation plan.
The Construction Project Manager will supervise the execution of construction according to the contract and AutoZone's policies, procedures and standards; ensure that AutoZone's programs are being utilized to optimize the performance of AutoZone and the contractor. The Construction Project Manager is a steward of AutoZone's resources (materials, Capital, Equipment, and people) and continually assesses contractor performance for quality, cost, schedule, safety and security expectations.