SUBFUNCTION DEFINITION: Responsible for determining resource and/or personnel needs for various projects. Involves the collection of data, interpreting findings, setting priorities and carrying out established plans. Conceptualize the meaning of reported data and translate this knowledge for stakeholders to promote the meaningful use of data to assess improvements. Track, update and display department and project data. Oversee and evaluate action plans and products to collect, consolidate, and analyze project information and request, obtain, and collate necessary data from various project leads and/or other appropriate sources.
Scope: Supports the Chief Medical Officer / Director of CCRF in the Office of the Department of Pediatrics; High Complexity Projects with Organization Wide involvement and impact. Complexity defined as a combination of project expenses per year; and number of stakeholders for full projects or assigned portions of projects
???Departmental Development and Planning Develops strategy and tactics related to key issues and opportunities, coordinating with others. Lead and facilitate the successful implementation of department/division/institutional projects and activities, which require researching issues, data/information collection, analysis and presentation. Manage a variety of special projects for the executive. Support ad-hoc requests and projects. Achieve initiatives as outlined in the Medical Center's and the Department's strategic plans. Prepare reports of progress and summary reports. Assist with estimating project costs and preparing budgets. Provide recommendations and opinions, market information and financial analyses. Ensure clear scope and integration points with other PLT committees and stakeholders.
???Project Management Leadership Engage clients and stakeholders, negotiate project scope as needed, and communicate with client throughout the project. Identify resources needed, such as information, expertise, personnel, and instruments and problem-solve gaps. Lead project teams and direct work of others while assuming final responsibility for the result.
???Process/Quality Improvement Identify, develop, and implement new methods, processes, and systems to improve and facilitate the team's work. Identify ways to improve data quality and usability and to streamline and enhance reporting processes and/or deliverables. Identify and recommend procedures to enhance or maintain a high level of effectiveness in projects. Participate in improving organizational performance through recommending areas or approaches for improvement activities, performing new procedures, collecting data and providing input to department discussions.
???Communication & Relationship Management Manage communication to and relationships with key project stakeholders. Compose, edit, and deliver written and verbal communications. Facilitate small group discussions. Keep team members appropriately informed. Serve in a leadership role within the department to promote collaborative work relationships within the Department and with colleagues across the medical center. Provide expert guidance and advice as needed. Liaise, when deemed appropriate with the direction of the assigned PLT leader, with interdepartmental, community and other critical relationships to promote CCHMC. Promote internal and external customer service guidelines and standards of excellence. Interactions/communications with Board Member and/or development of communications for Board Member Meetings.
???Strategic Planning Strategize with project, program and department leadership to develop plans to advance objectives. Foster critical thinking on top issues and opportunities. Work in collaboration to 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.
Required: ???Bachelor's degree in a related field ???7+ years of work experience in a related job discipline
* Project administration experience in an academic/healthcare setting
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