Project Manager (PMP Required) - Mental Health Learning Health Network (REMOTE)
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Internal Number: 140153
Expected Starting Salary Range: 41.10 - 52.27
We invite you to consider joining our team to launch a Learning Health Network for people living with Bipolar Disorder!
The James M. Anderson Center was created in 2010 to serve as a catalyst for improving child health and transforming the delivery of healthcare locally, regionally and around the world. To achieve this purpose, the Anderson Center builds and supports Learning Health Networks that measurably improve health across a broad range of conditions. In partnership with Massachusetts General Hospital's Dauten Family Center for Bipolar Treatment Innovation, we are building a groundbreaking Learning Health Network to improve the health and well-being of people living with Bipolar Disorder: a system designed with and for the bipolar community to drastically improve outcomes. The Project Manager will be entering in the infancy of this Network and is responsible for working with Network leaders and the Anderson Center's extensive Learning Health Network expertise to help build a network of health systems around the US working together to improve the health and well-being of every person living with bipolar disorder.
This role will require application of advanced project management methodologies, including ongoing strategic planning, design and development of core infrastructure, and setting priorities and establishing and executing plans for multiple, concurrent projects under the Network's umbrella. You will be responsible for developing a nimble, multi-disciplinary team of individuals across collaborating organizations. A propensity to learn and adapt to the needs and pace of the project is expected, as well as the desire to coach and mentor other project management team members.
This position will be considered for remote work in certain states. Occasional travel will be required.
Strategic Planning Work with program leadership and project team to develop strategic priorities for the initiative. Work in collaboration to build and manage a system to translate strategies into action, establish goals and objectives, prioritize key objectives and work with the team to meet the goals and objectives. Strategize and recommend infrastructure necessary to execute selected projects & processes.
Manage a portfolio of multiple, complex projects across project types (e.g., design, innovation, implementation), stakeholders (patients, clinicians, researchers) and organizations in the network. Develop and manage a nimble, adaptive project structure and governance. Execute projects with urgency to deliver business value. Plan and collaborate with regulatory consultants to ensure the initiative meets regulatory standards (Institutional Review Board, HIPAA compliance, etc.). Successfully plan for and manage project risks and recognize/take action when risks become issues.
Project Management Leadership Engage partners, stakeholders and sponsors, negotiate project scope as needed, and communicate with partners and sponsors throughout the project. Identify resources needed, such as information, expertise, personnel, and problem-solve gaps. Facilitate teams assigned to the project and direct management of project management resources. Coach and mentor project team members. Understand and successfully perform the role of Supervisor (as appropriate).
Communication & Relationship Management Analyze project communication needs and generate communication plan to successfully manage communications and relationships with key project stakeholders, both internal and external. Compose, edit, and deliver written and verbal communications tailored to the audience. Facilitate small and large group collaborations. Excellent soft skills to actively listen, build and maintain effective relationships, change at the required pace to meet the project needs, and manage a diverse workforce.
Bachelor's degree in a related field
6 years related experience, including strong understanding of project management methodologies and practical application in a fast-paced environment
Experience in healthcare, clinical/public health, clinical research and/or informatics/IT.
Knowledge of agile project management principles
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About Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
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