The Senior Project Manager will be expected to perform duties in a manner that promotes project team success and reflects the Providence St. Joseph mission, philosophy, and core values of respect, compassion, justice, excellence and stewardship. In all aspects, he/she will serve as a role model for the values and mission of the organization.
In this position you will:
- Be accountable for managing multiple improvement projects simultaneously, to identify and achieve specified objectives on time.
- Work closely with the Director, Program Manager, Institute Co-Chairs, clinical focus group leads and facility medical & administrative directors to define priorities and manage progress of clinical improvement projects, aligned with the institute strategy.
- Establish and maintain effective relationships with a broad customer base and gain their trust and respect.
- Manage detailed project plans for clinical improvement, maintain project documentation, including meeting agendas & summaries, project work plans, and other artifacts supporting the work of the portfolio.
- Work closely with other support staff, i.e. clinical analytics, pharmacy, finance, population health, and others, to ensure all needs/issues are communicated.
- Escalate issues as needed for additional input and resolution.
- Monitor results/satisfaction to ensure that projects meet expectations and deadlines.
- Track and report progress weekly to the Director, Program Manager, and clinical focus group leads.
- Connect with system-wide peers in Project Management, Change Facilitation, Communication and IS to share tools, lessons learned and best practices.
Required qualifications for this position include:
- Bachelor's degree in business administration, healthcare administration, public administration, planning or a related discipline, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Five to seven year proven track record in managing multiple complex high profile projects simultaneously, and driving towards successful results.
- Demonstrated success in identifying and leading initiatives in a multi-region or matrixed/divisional, complex organization is highly desired.
- In addition, a consulting background is also beneficial for experience in a high production, deadline-oriented professional work environment requiring multi-tasking, flexibility, and self-directed work.
- Willingness and eagerness to engage in clinical quality and process improvement work to possible include some travel.
Preferred Qualifications for this position include:
Master's Degree in Public Health, Healthcare Administration, or a related discipline