(Briefly describe the overall purpose of this position - Why does it exist and how does it contribute to the overall organization?)
This is a senior level position within Information Services with the responsibility for coordinating the implementation of new systems, technologies, processes and software application releases across the enterprise. Ability to operate across multiple projects simultaneously and assume responsibility for the appropriate architecture and technical implementation of projects. Manages all technical aspects of large cross functional IT projects including build vs. buy analysis, software selection, infrastructure requirements and build out, development and system integrations. Perform and lead product evaluations and proof of concepts for new technologies. This position is a critical role for the IS organization, which continues to build a program management function to support the SHC enterprise. The Project Manager will be responsible for working directly with internal customers and external vendors and partners to understand system applications and technology requirements and facilitate its implementation. This individual will help create and support an effective program management environment for the organization and build relationships with IS, business and clinical staff to successfully deliver these services. This position reports to the Program Manager for this IS Division. This position will be accountable to develop relationships with cross-functional team members in the IT, business and clinical community across the enterprise. The Program Manager reports to the IS Director of the PMO, identifying project plan, scheduling, status, any issues requiring management action and presents status reports to PMO Director and other management and stakeholders as required. The Project Manager has the authority to change processes and make recommendations that are needed to implement information systems and processes as outlined in the Responsibilities/Essential Functions section of the job description.
(Use bullets for specific responsibilities)
The Project Manager is responsible for project planning and execution, understanding, defining and communicating business, technology and clinical system needs across the organization and translating those needs into effective enterprise wide implementations. Specific responsibilities include:
The Project Managers specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
Project Management Office:
System Analysis and Design:
Responsibilities/Non-Essential Functions: Participates in outside groups, clubs and professional organizations focused on health care informatics, technology, program and project management.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
(Examples: Ability to work independently and take initiative; Good judgment and problem solving skills; Communication skills; Interpersonal and organizational skills; Level of confidentiality)