IS Project Managers provide project management and implementation services insuring quality system design, build and deployment. The IS Project Manager - Clinical Systems is responsible for the full life-cycle project management of Epic and related systems projects within the CHOA clinical environment.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provides project direction and management to a team of resources in order to accomplish common goals defined by the project scope and objectives.
Provides project management services and support.
Provides input in the development of project management protocols, procedures and guidelines.
Provides implementation services including, but not limited to: project management, rollout support, system selection and operational planning. Acts as point of escalation for team members in providing these services.
Completes project status reports and is responsible for escalating issues and resource needs to IS&T management.
Serves as a resource for other staff members.
Handles multi-project interactions, interfaces, assessments and related decisions while considering project priorities based on resources and funds.
Manages vendor resources, project accounting, subcontractors, and contract administration.
Graduation from an accredited senior college with a degree in Computer Science, Business, or equivalent experience is required.
Minimum of two years similar experience in a healthcare or business environment.
Demonstrates knowledge of the business content or clinical content of systems deemed a part of Children's "core" HIS.
Prior experience with an enterprise EMR system is required, and experience with Epic is strongly preferred.
Broad experience with generally known project management software, preferrably MS Project Server, SharePoint and ePM required.
Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is desired.
Must demonstrate the ability to lead projects from inception to completion with management supervision.
Must be able to demonstrate organizational, analytical and time management skills and display the following aptitudes: communication, problem solving and conflict resolution.
Must demonstrate excellent verbal and writing skills for executive communications, proposals and project reporting.
Must be able to function in a dynamic environment subject to impromptu changes in schedules and priorities.
Must have the ability to develop and maintain good working relationships and to interact positively and productively with teams across organizational lines, including administrative and executive staff.
Children's Office Park
Hours Per Week
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta - 14 months ago
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is a not-for-profit hospital system that specializes in pediatric health care, research, and...