Project Manager III
- Requisition #:
- Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD 21201
- Non-Clinical Professional
- Day Shift
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Location: 600 N. Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21287
Full Time (40 hours)
Day Shift; 8:00am - 5:00pm
Non-Exempt; Pay Grade: NN
Must be familiar with all administrative aspects of operations. The Project Manager will be responsible for project management and identification, development and implementation, including providing staff support in planning and managing departmental and organizational initiatives and administrative projects. Facilitates information exchange between JHHC senior management
and departments, Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) entities, vendors/consultants and outside agencies. The Project Manager II & III job function is responsible for the management of one or more projects. The project manager will drive projects from original concept through final implementation. The PM will also develop detailed work plans, schedules, project estimates, resource plans, and status reports. Projects may span two or more organizational boundaries and follow Traditional or Agile project management practices. The PM will primarily focus on initiatives that help to run and grow the business.
In addition to the above, the Project Manager III is responsible for significant, enterprise-wide projects, typically with large budgets, sizeable project teams and a cross-functional team of stakeholders. The project manager III will lead the design, testing, planning, and implementation of complex projects for systems that result in a transformation of our business and business processes. The Project Manager III will engage with an array of stakeholders, such as the projects' business sponsors, business analysts, enterprise architects, resource managers, contractor project managers and program managers.
A Bachelor's Degree in Business in Health Administration, Project Management or related degree is required; a Master's Degree is preferred. Related work experience may be substituted for some educational requirements.
Minimum three (3) years providing project or team leadership
Minimum three (3) years' experience working on project(s) involving project life cycle methodologies
Minimum three (3) years' experience managing project budgets
Professional (PMP) or equivalent project/program management certification preferred
- Knowledge of project management, financial analysis, and business/strategic planning is required. Knowledge of Quality Management, Planning and Administrative theory, and Customer Service Theory is preferred. Knowledge and experience related to project management and implementation of strategic initiatives. The ability to use PMIS to plan a project with tasks, efforts, and resources.
- High level of interpersonal skill, written and oral communication necessary to interface with various levels of management. Ability to work independently and meet scheduled time frames; manage multiple projects simultaneously; and prepare oral and/or written presentations to senior management. Ability to compile and coordinate high quality reports, proposals and written work product for customers. Must have high level of spreadsheet, database, presentation, and project scheduling and word processing software skills. High level of meeting management, computer, teaching and training, organization and time management, High level of leadership/facilitation skills. High level of analytical ability necessary to identify and illustrate relationships among activities, recommend courses of action based on making choices among alternative and design recommended.
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