SR PROJECT MANAGER
The Senior Project Manager has the responsibility for managing CORE government and nongovernment contracts and grants. This high-level position requires substantive knowledge and experience directing health services research, quality measurement development or related work in healthcare. Incumbent will ensure that all project activities are carried out according to project timelines, that deliverables are met and that resources are within the established budget. In addition, this individual will have a clear understanding of the overall grant or contract technical and business requirements, and effectively communicates the project/contract status to CORE leadership and funding agencies. Responsible for management of project staff and supervises subcontractors and consultants.
- 1. In conjunction with Principal Investigator and Project Director, develops project management plan and timeline to ensure the successful and timely completion of contract deliverables.
- 2. Oversees the planning of the project; establishing goals and objectives; training requirements; productivity goals and financial parameters.
- 3. Manages the logistics of the project through clear communication of roles and responsibilities of team members to promote the successful working of cross-functional teams.
- 4. Effectively communicates project status with internal and external stakeholders and anticipates problems and proposes solutions to complete tasks and troubleshoot difficulties.
- 5. Comprehends the interdependency of tasks related to successful completion of project.
- 6. Understands the basic statistical analysis completed for the project and works closely with the Analysts on the project.
- 7. Prepares and presents briefings and status reports for internal and external agencies.
- 8. Captures meeting outcomes and determines next steps in terms of cross-functional communication and coordination of individual tasks and action items.
- 9. Monitors and manage all tasks and sub-task progress.
- 10. Understands and oversees project budget and works collaboratively with appropriate staff and departments to ensure the expenditure of project funds.
- 11. Strategically solves problems and thinks broadly to develop creative solutions to project challenges.
- 12. Manages multiple tasks of varied complexity simultaneously.
- 13. Ensures compliance with contractual requirements and regulations established by the funding agencies, Yale-New Haven Hospital, Yale-New Haven Health System, Yale University and outside agencies.
- 14. Prepares documents for various agencies and internal committees for approval of new projects or reapproval of existing projects.
- 15. Prepares proposals and budgets in response to RFP's from potential funding agencies
- 16. Prepares progress and final reports for project.
- 17. Oversees, coordinates and assesses the day-to-day operation of the research project.
- 18. Indicates and coordinates public awareness and information on the studies.
- 19. Monitors the project budget and reports status to Principal Investigator, and project leadership.
- 20. Writes periodic reports to the funding agencies and participates in preparation of manuscripts and reports.
- 21. Manages staff, develops SMART goals, conducts performance reviews, recomments compensation increases, and provides coaching and disciplinary action as required.
- 22. Supervises consultants and subcontractors.
Masters Degree in public health, nursing, healthcare management/administration, business administration (MPH, MHA, MBA) or related field. Project Management Professional Certification Preferred.
A minimum of five (5) years experience in a managerial/project management role in health services research or healthcare quality indicating demonstrated ability to manage large, complex projects in a matrixed organization involving technical experts, policy makers, multiple stakeholder organizations, health services researchers and project staff resulting in successful completion of high quality deliverables, on time and on budget.
Comprehensive knowledge of health services research methods and project management experience with government contracts and grants. Well developed oral and written communication skills and ability to work with highly technical staff
Yale New Haven Hospital is a destination hospital for patients from around the corner, around the country, and around the world. As a Magnet-recognized*, tertiary medical center, with 1,500+ beds, we are the 4th largest hospital in the country, with two acute care campuses and three emergency departments, including a Level I trauma center. We're ranked as one of "America's Best Hospitals" by U.S. News & World Report, which is a testament to the unrivaled expertise, compassion and character of our staff, and as the primary teaching facility for Yale Schools of Medicine and Nursing, we are nationally recognized for our commitment to teaching and clinical research.
Located on the Connecticut shoreline, Yale New Haven Hospital includes Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale New Haven, Yale New Haven Children's Hospital and Yale New Haven Psychiatric Hospital.
*Yale New Haven Hospital's York Street campus and associated ambulatory sites are Magnet-designated by the ANCC.