• Project Manager, Data & Analytics Governance

    Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(10/19/2018 12:06 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-13560
    Benefits Eligible
    Yes
    Shift
    Day
    Type
    Full-Time Regular
    CBA Code
    Non-Union
  • Job Description

    Project Manager, Data & Analytics Governance, Full-time, Day Shift (5 x 8-hour shifts), University of Chicago Medicine, Hyde Park, Illinois 

     

    We're hiring a Project Manager for the Data and Analytics Administration department at the University of Chicago Medical Center in Hyde Park, Illinois!

     

    In this role, the Project Manager, Data & Analytics Governance, will manage all aspects of the Project Management Life Cycle (PMLC) for projects of low and moderate risk/complexity/breadth of impact. This position will report directly to the Director of Data Governance, Quality and Resource Management. This Project Manager needs to understand when to and how to use the right processes, tools and templates in executing projects. They will assemble and manage project teams. Additionally, they will build and execute change management plan. They need to understand to role of governance in the project and how to engage to support delivery. They will pro-actively provide feedback and coaching on project management methodology to peers.

     

    Job Summary

    • Management of the Data Governance Council
    • Program Management of Data Quality Management, the effector arm of the Data Governance Council:
      • Monitoring & Improvement of Interventional Model Committee data-variables to support top-level care
      • Project management across multiple teams to identify and correct critical data anomalies that are obvious or silent in our data today
    • Project management for the training, testing & onboarding of new users to the Unified Data Platform (UDP)
    • Establish, communicate and enforce best practices and standards
    • Manages all aspects of the Project Management Life Cycle (PMLC) for projects of low and moderate risk/complexity/breadth of impact.
    • Understands when to and how to use the right processes, tools and templates in executing projects.
    • Assembles and manages the project team.
    • Facilitates small to medium meetings to successful outcomes.
    • Builds and executes change management plans
    • Understands the role of governance in the project and how to engage to support delivery.
    • Proactively provides feedback and coaching on project management methodology to peers.

    REQUIRED Qualifications:

    • 3 - 8+ years previous experience.
    • Technology project management.
    • Financial acumen.
    • Bachelor’s degree in a technical, business, or health care field.
    • Understanding of vendor contracting and management.
    • MS Project, Word, Excel, Powerpoint.
    • Experience in implementing Data quality management a plus

    PREFERRED Qualifications:

     

    • Project Management PMI certification.
    • Health care industry or consulting.
    • Strong knowledge of multiple healthcare systems, technologies, and platforms.
    • Solid understanding of project management tools.
    • Multiple project management methodologies and software development cycles (Waterfall/Kanban/Agile).

     

    Essential Functions and Responsibilities

     

    Project Management and Execution

    • Manages all aspects of the PMLC for projects of low to moderate risk/complexity/breadth of impact
    • Planning (Initiation and Definition) – creates and manages all components of the initiation phase; including but not limited to project kickoff, stakeholder identification and analysis, risk assessment, schedule creation, budget creation, and resource identification.
    • Project Execution (Design, Build, Test/Train, Go Live) – manages all components and deliverables of project execution including but not limited to solution design, implementation, test planning and execution, training planning and execution, cutover and go-live.
    • Project Closure – manages all components of project closure including production turnover, lessons learned, and overall close out.
    • Monitoring and Control – manages all project risks, action items, status reporting, scope and schedule, financial and budget establishment and reporting, meeting facilitation, vendor engagement, change management, and project resources. Understands the overall role of project and portfolio governance.
    • Completely understands and leverages all UCM PMLC artifacts and reporting processes.

    Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving 

    • Demonstrates understanding of business operations for multiple departments or operational areas.
    • Develops and manages project budgets and other financial aspects of the projects they are overseeing (e.g., forecasting, estimating).
    • Understands the business case process and maintains a business case for the projects they are managing.
    • Understands the vendor contracting processes and participates in the negotiation of contracts for goods and services.
    • Manages the vendor once contract is signed.
    • Understands how to gather information and conduct analysis to gain a full understanding of issues and problems, including root cause identification.
    • Anticipates functionality/system/ application problems based on past experience.
    • Understands the value and timing of when to escalate issues for resolution of an issue.

    Communication and Formal Status Reporting 

    • Clearly communicates decisions, plans, goals and strategies.
    • Organizes and communicates complex information clearly and simply to drive actions.
    • Communicates to diverse audiences so that information is credible, digestible and easily understood.
    • Maintains and uses the PMO and Portfolio management tools to track, manage, and report on projects.

    Relationship Building and Management

    • Identifies project stakeholders with support from the sponsor and project team. Builds and uses a stakeholder management plan.
    • Consistently builds valued relationships, enabling on-going and effective partnerships to achieve objectives for the customer.
    • Identifies differences or disagreements among business and technology stakeholders; facilitates involvement, collaboration, and communication to resolve issues quickly.
    • Partners with stakeholders up to the Executive Director level to support their decision-making processes; challenges thinking to ensure accountability and good stewardship.
    • Uses judgment to involve other senior team members when navigating difficult stakeholder issues.
    • Participates in events and forums within the DNA, UChicago, and externally in the project management and health care community.
    • Builds and sustains strong working relationships with IT vendors.
    • Provides tactful, honest, balanced feedback to peers and customers.
    • Coaches and mentors others on project skills to build self-sufficiency.

    Why Join Us

    We’ve been at the forefront of medicine since 1899. We provide superior healthcare with compassion, always mindful that each patient is a person, an individual. To accomplish this, we need employees with passion, talent and commitment… with patients and with each other. We’re in this together: working to advance medical innovation, serve the health needs of the community, and move our collective knowledge forward. If you’d like to add enriching human life to your profile, The University of Chicago Medicine is for you. Here at the forefront, we’re doing work that really matters. Join us. Bring your passion.

     

    Bring your career to the next level at a hospital that is thriving; from patient satisfaction to employee engagement, we are at the Forefront of Medicine. Take advantage of all we have to offer and #BringYourPassiontotheForefront

     

    University of Chicago Medicine is growing; discover how you can be a part of this pursuit of excellence at: www.uchospitals.edu/jobs

     

    The University of Chicago Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer.  We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, civil union status, parental status, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status and other legally protected characteristics.

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