Under general supervision of the COO, the Special Projects Manager (Youth Health Services) is responsible for managing special projects that require collaboration within the various areas of clinical operations, new site development and other strategic initiatives within CMC, as well as external entities. The position will provide support to the development of solutions and monitoring of progress to time critical clinical projects that have a strategic impact on CMC. The position will require a full understanding of CMC functional areas and the ability to work across and with diverse CMC departmental leadership. Work is varied and complex, and requires a moderate degree of discretion and independent judgment.
Promotes the mission, vision, and values of the organization.
Lead projects, bringing together key partners, customers, stakeholders and project management teams to deliver on the strategic and tactical objectives within our exciting and evolving growth portfolio.
Oversees specific assigned projects ensuring time, resources, scope and completion are managed and monitored to meet project requirements; taking into account current best practices, changes in evolving health care and use of technologies, and community, patient and staff needs.
Identifies, secures and manages, oversees or assists with the identification, securing and management of internal and external project resources. Coordinates team/project activities and schedules.
Develops, implements and maintains, or oversees the development, implementation and maintenance of the appropriate and required data, records, reports, and other documentation.
Serves as the key liaison for the projects and ensures leadership for the project from management to implementation and evaluation.
Lead special projects as identified by leadership including but not limited to: * New services creation * New business model concept experimentation and testing for further organization investment * Through superior project management skills, support complex health system expansion activities * Operations process improvement * Referral management * Prescription refills * Pharmacy projects * Closing provider encounters * Centralized clinic support staff recruitment pool * Data Analysis/Tracking