Project Manager


Columbia, SC

Industry: Technology


Not Specified years

Posted 154 days ago

  by    Cynet Sytems

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We are looking for Project Manager? for our client in Columbia, SC

Job Title: Project Manager

Job Location: Columbia, SC

Job Type: Contract - 12 Months / Contract to Hire / Direct Hire

"US citizens and those authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor H1b candidates at this time."

Job Description:


  • Within defined deadlines, candidate will provide functional services to include:
  • Performs fundamental supervisory and leadership functions in accordance with Department policies and procedures, best practices and Federal and State rules and regulations, especially with regard to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) standards. Maintains an effective organizational team and motivates diverse staff to accomplish mission critical operations and objectives. Promotes workforce engagement.
  • Directs the Fee for Service Operations supporting the agency's fee for serviceclaims processing, provide customer service, and provider enrollment and management functions. Includes the design, implementations, and management of processes procedures, and governance to achieve and maintain efficient and effective Provider Services. Responsible for establishing, tracking, and reporting on Provider Services performance metrics, and using these metrics to operate a continue services improvement effort. Coordinate provider services activity with other departmental business units, include health and program policy, project management, new health initiatives, and external contractors. Serves as a Provider Services subject matter and technical expert to agency and external stakeholders. 
  • Responsible for review and assessment of all Fee for service Operations business units for potential program improvement intervention, business unit reorganization, and introduction of KPIs to monitor program performance. Responsible for performing agency-wide analysis to determine which existing business units belong in single, coherent Fee for service Operations organization and which belong in other verticals. Also responsible for identifying new business units necessary for efficient and effective Fee for service operations management which may include establishment of new integration within the agency, securing vendors to perform business operations, or a combination thereof.. Provides analysis, design, and oversight for integration of existing programs into agency operations.
  • Responsible for establishing a reporting and analytics service for Fee for Service Operations, including KPI and performance dashboards, root cause analysis, and other reporting to improve operational awareness for all relevant business units. Will work in conjunction with the Office of Information management (OIM) Enterprise Services unit to define and establish data and reporting services necessary to complete this effort. Will work in conjunction with OIM Project management office (PMO) to align program KPIs to the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Version 3.0. 
  • Responsible for supporting the articulation and design of common workflow processes (e.g. member, provider, claims, finance, and prior authorization/qio) associated with the Replacement MMIS program. Serve as business owner for Provider Operations, including Provider Enrollment, Claims Operations, and related reference and service authorization operations, and participate in common-process design efforts; manage the participation of Provider Operations subject matter experts (SMEs) in the RMMIS workgroup process. Will work in conjunction with RMMIS program leadership and other program business owners to support adequate completion of RMMIS workflow effort. 


  • Demonstrates sound supervisory skills with efforts to promote equal opportunity
  • Proficient in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Capable of analyzing and interpreting complex financial data in the application of budgetary policies and procedures. 
  • Ability to plan, organize, prioritize and coordinate work assignments.
  • Ability to manage work, delegate and provide guidance to employees
  • Ability to make presentations and prepare reports
  • Ability to assign appropriate priorities to work activities based on organizational goals and situational pressures
  • Ability to conceptualize needed change and to initiate appropriate activities to move from concepts to implementation
  • Ability to interpret and apply rules and regulations
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
  • Ability to exercise judgement and discretion


  • Direct experience leading Medicaid and/or human services bureaucracy teams/organizations through signification process design and improvements. 
  • Exceptional project management skills including the ability to manage multiple projects in a cross-functional environment. 
  • Expertise in budget planning, financial management, and resource management
  • Ability to communicate effectively, in both written and oral forms and to articulate complex technology and operations solutions in business terms.
  • Experience with commercial and/or public health payor systems, Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS), medical claims processing, provider network management and engagement, and the federal and rules & regulations governing public health policy and service delivery.
  • Experience managing operations service units
  • Experience with designing, managing, and incrementally improving service units to optimize performance. 
  • Experience in health insurance or health service delivery environments (i.e. public sector health ? Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare )
  • Demonstrate extreme focus on translating strategy into action and achieving measurable results in a dynamic environment
  • Advanced management skills. 


  • Bachelor's degree and relevant program experience. All degrees must be from a college or higher education institution recognized by the US Department of Education & Council for Higher Education (CHEA).


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