Mount Sinai Careers
IT Project Manager III - IT DSRIP
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The IT Project Manager II is responsible for leading, planning, managing and directing multiple complex projects consisting of one or more project teams. Responsible for coordinating, scheduling team building, maintaining working relationships with client functional areas outside of IT. Required to achieve the objectives of concurrent projects, with enterprise-wide impact.
Day to day responsibilities include:
1. Works in tandem with top management to achieve population health management objectives by directing and leading one or more project teams.
2. Reviews and evaluates project plans and objectives.
3. Tracks project progress with respect to time, budget and demonstrated results.
4. Communicates progress to top management and modifies schedules as required.
5. Negotiates with clients, staff and outside vendors as required. Establishes quality and
6. Applies effective project management methodologies and control techniques.
7. May recommend changes to the infrastructure consistent with achieving broad objectives.
8. May contribute to the disaster recovery plan and implements it when necessary.
9. May prepare staff performance evaluations.
10. Performs additional duties as assigned or requested
- 8 years plus of experience in the healthcare with a significant portion of which (4-5 yrs.) involved leadership in implementing large-scale IT system solutions
- Strong understanding of the health care industry, payer functions, preferably in IT, with analytical thinking skills and a strong and dedicated work ethic are required
- 3 – 5 year plus experience in population health management, Pop Health analytics and Care Coordination, including initiatives such as ACO and Managed Care
- Proven skills in the areas of vendor relationship management, strategy development, project management and change management
- Eight years of diverse experience in multiple areas of technology of which at least four years in a leadership position, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience
- Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills with an ability to share and synthesize knowledge with all levels from front line staff to senior leadership.
- Demonstrated aptitude for analytical thinking including the ability to research and resolve problems, identify solutions and implement resolutions through interaction with stakeholders from various departments, including non-IT departments
- Professional and positive approach in building relationships and able to quickly gain credibility with senior executives in a politically sensitive environment.
- Self-motivated, dynamic, creative and able to work on own initiative
- High-level of proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project Management
- Requires solid project management skills, ability to multitask and manage multiple projects in a cross-functional environment.
- Requires excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and team building skills, business judgment, and proven expertise in directing the efforts of a technical staff.