Associate Project ManagerJob ID 104818 Date posted 05/15/2017
Schedule: Full time exempt - FE
Come work here to make a difference!
New position to be a part of our Project Management team!
• Provides project support and assistance to the project manager (PM) for large projects and process improvements to ensure project objectives are met.
• Assists with contract negotiation and compliance.
• Assist with estimation of budget or effort if required, and works with other leaders to collect and incorporate their budget or effort estimates
• Assists with determining resource requirements (including staffing, software, hardware, and facilities) of projects, based on project specifications.
• Manages small project independently, tracks action items, issues and status with responsibility for meeting deadlines.
• Provides meeting and project plan support and guidance to other team members, as required.
• Assists with planning and scope for all project phases and components.
• Works with project teams to define testing plans and to help organize testing phases and cycles if testing is required.
• Assists with developing and updating monthly dashboards
• Assists team members with ongoing processes and special projects as assigned.
• Develops and maintains an excellent working knowledge of Akron Children's Hospital I.S. Division and I.S. interoperability issues and opportunities.
• Utilizes project management software and tools. Assists with maintaining PPM system.
• Bachelor degree in Information Services or bachelor degree in related field required.
• Minimum three (3) years of experience in Project Management is preferred.
• Project Management Institute (CAPM) certification preferred.
• Knowledge of project management methodology and tools.
• Healthcare experience preferred.
• Project planning and management skills, including ability to identify and assess risk to determine action.
• Experience managing small projects independently required.
• Experience assisting in and/or leading contract negotiations.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills required.
• Experience with Eclipse or other project management software packages required.
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio), as well as SharePoint for project collaboration and file management.
• Ability to lead and influence project teams.
• Ability to take initiative; work independently and within a team environment with minimal supervision.
• Due to the need for face-to-face meetings, the ability to physically move between campus buildings expeditiously to attend project and business meetings and to work with clients in any area of the campus is preferred.
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