Role Description The Project Management Office (PMO) Project Manager is primarily responsible for supporting the PMO Lead in managing and assisting with the implementation of various workstream processes, tools and methodologies. The Project Management Office Project Manager is responsible for helping the Program Manager manage workplan reviews, issue tracking, deliverable and project status updates, timeline management, and risk management tracking. The Project Manager will create and maintain well-written, organized project documentation. Maintain effective communication with project team, stakeholders, supervisor, and Executive Management to ensure all levels are appropriately informed of project progress and issues.
Essential Functions: The Project Management Office (PMO) Project Manager is primarily responsible for support and coordination of the overall project effort, timelines, and workflows. In addition to the duties discussed in the Role Description, the PMO Project Manager is responsible for the following:
1) Workplan and Issue/Risk/Decision Management: Performing workplan and milestone progress analysis Tracking team workplans to update and maintain an integrated view for overall success Supporting implementation phase gate review and go-live readiness assessments Maintaining issue and risk trackers and managing issue and risk resolution tracking, including impact analysis and contingency plans
2) Change Control Process: Managing Change Control database to capture change requests and monitoring for completeness Following up with specific stakeholders to ensure ongoing modifications align with project goals
3) Project Management: Supporting the monitoring of the overall implementation budget, adjusting for proposed future forecasts needs Supporting the updating of financial models to account for project or timeline changes Maintaining the intranet site file structure and ensuring that all post files are current and adhere to organization standards Working with IT and Operational leads to ensure project is appropriately resourced and assigned Supporting quality assurance activities for all submitted deliverables and materials Supporting the tracking of workplan compliance with RWJBH policies and procedure Supporting the development of status reports and project update presentations Support the planning for project meetings (agenda & content development) and the tracking and dissemination of minutes Qualifications Education Minimum: Associates Degree with three of more years of related experience, providing advanced applications support Preferred: Bachelor s degree Work Experience: Preferred: Three (3) years relevant experience in large scale project management, preferably in a health care setting Minimum: One (1) year relevant experience in large scale project management, preferably in a health care setting