Sr. Project Manager

Bachelor's degree
Previous experience required
Responsible for the coordination and completion of major IT projects in support of Holy Redeemer Health System strategic goals and objectives. Responsible for all aspects and project management tasks for assigned projects. Establish deadlines, assign responsibilities, and summarize progress of each assigned project through the appropriate Program Management Office (PMO) processes. Build and maintain positive working relationships with the PMO/IT Department, associated project team members, other departments, and vendors involved in the assigned projects. Service as mentor other Project Managers. Set project level standards for process and technology development, testing, and project documentation. In coordination with the PMO Director, will participate in the evaluation, selection, and implementation of new technologies, and promote technical standards across the HRHS enterprise. Performs related duties and takes full responsibility under the direction of the PMO Director.
Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems required; combination of relevant education and experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
4-6 years of relevant healthcare-based project and implementation management, with minimum of 2 years in an IT supervisory position or role.
CAPM or PMP required; if applicant does not possess, must be willing to pursue.
Demonstrated experience in healthcare software, hardware, and enterprise solutions.
Working knowledge of delivery systems (Healthcare, Lifecare, Homecare, Physician practice)
Ability to direct and manage multiple complex projects at the same time.
Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of the IT user community.
Understands project economics and financial forecasting modeling.
Ability to ensure processes and workflows are reviewed, changed, and optimized as part of all technology deployment

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