The PMO engineer is responsible for alignment with Health Plan customers through effective communications and facilitation, while driving project management efficiency improvements. There are 4 key objectives that the PMO is responsible for achieving:
1. Owning alignment between program management methodologies and the business strategy
2. Providing timely, accurate and proactive executive-level communications
3. Acting as a catalyst to improve the quality and efficiency of organizational performance through project management methods/tools
4. Supporting the Health Plan Process Improvement “project delivery” according to Project Management strategies/methodologies
The key factors in level of competency are; higher complexity projects, mentor other engineers, assign work to team members as needed, lead workgroups and project teams.
Will coordinate and be focused on project and resource management metrics and reporting.
Ability to create reports using Planview data, collecting and presenting data from various governance committees.
Produce Adhoc reports.
Provides a proactive framework for enhancing, instilling and maintaining rigor, control, coordination, consistency and leadership across project activities.
Simplifies the management of complex change initiatives to achieve maximum return on investment.
Helps ensure “value for effort” through business case development and management.
Establish effective project performance and financial metrics.
Develops and maintains constructive relationships with internal and external customers, colleagues and suppliers.
Ensure cross divisional communication and collaboration.
Provide tools, training and capabilities to maximize value realization.
Maintains files and operating/presentation manuals relative to the activities of the departments and prepares regular or special reports as required.
Leverage business area financial resources to capture and report on necessary project cost/budget/value metrics and resultant benefits.
Oversee the Scorecard of project delivery and report progress.
Identify and manage potential project interdependencies and staffing contentions.
Create and manage consolidated project status reporting.
Regular and reliable attendance is required
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution; degree in business administration, operations or finance is preferred, PMI certification required
• 8-10 years of experience in a project management capacity, MSF training required within one year of taking the position
• Experience managing large corporate change initiatives involving PMI methodology roll-out, organizational change
• Demonstrated ability to identify process improvement opportunities, has demonstrated knowledge of change management, and has instilled new process/technology to standardize operations
• Previous responsibility for the creation of executive-level written communications
• Lean Six Sigma training desired
• Experience with excel and access preferred.
Normal office environment activities
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Equal Opportunity Employer