Sidmans, based in Lisle, IL, is a trusted partner and advisor to many leading companies in multiple verticals such as Banking, Retail, Automotive, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Publishing, Telecommunications, Insurance and Financial Services, and Government. It is committed to enhancing the effectiveness of a CRM initiative, transforming business processes with Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing as well as increasing efficiency in Supply Chain Management. It endeavors to implement successful e-business and ERP solutions helping enterprises benefit from the better business insight, power to innovate new services, and flexibility to respond to market challenges. They leverage a unique software execution model to maximize benefit from their IT investments lowering costs and risk of IT infrastructure while maintaining their technological edge. It also offers a full suite of training programs to ensure a smooth knowledge transfer for educating your entire implementation team on their new ERP System or one new employee on specific application functions.
Overview of job: The Project Manager(s) will play a key role in the successful implementation and adoption of large health care system implementations/enhancements. The Project Manager(s) will be primarily responsible for the health for their cohort project. The Project Manager will be responsible for performing, delegating and managing the activities within the cohort project team, working closely with direct business partners and vendor teams. He/she will actively participate in the development and delivery of program and quality management services and associated deliverables. Responsibilities: The Project Manager(s) will work under the direct leadership of the PMO Program Manager. Primary point of contact for vendor/cohort Responsible for the health and quality of the vendor/cohort project Responsible for keeping all phases of the vendor/cohort project on time Oversee daily activities of the vendor/cohort team including making assignments and maintaining control over the assignments, schedule, and performance of the project team members Maintain a project schedule and monitor key milestones and deliverables Manage and report on project issues Perform review / assessment of project deliverables, project work products, and other activities necessary of an effective PMO team Assess project risk and evaluate the effectiveness of mitigation strategies applied Support NTT Project Management methodology, process and implementation guidance Assist with the development, maintenance, and execution of the Program Management Plan and Integrated Project Plans Monitor progress and quality against the established Project Management Plan Evaluate whether the Contractor work plans, including tools and resource allocations, are appropriate and reasonable in meeting project timeframes Participate in project activities and review and comment on essential project documents to ensure an effective project management process (including, but not limited to risk management, schedule and cost management, change management and issue resolution) is consistent with approved project plans Monitor outcomes of project controlling activities such as risk identification and mitigation, issue resolution, budget status, change requests affecting scope, etc. to ensure processes are being utilized, are effective, and updated as needed Prepare or contribute to status reports and agendas for weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly meetings Participate in and communicate organizational project strategy decisions Mandatory Qualifications: 4 6 Years of experience as a Project Manager 3 5 years of experience managing Medicaid or Major Health Care Payer Projects 3 5 years of Experience managing multi-vendor projects 2 4 years of Experience with Medicaid Enterprise Certification Toolkit and CMS procurement requirements Expertise with either base MMIS, Enterprise Data Warehouse, Member Communications, Program Integrity and / or Provider Management functional areas Experience with Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) 3.0 including the maturity matrix and the Seven Conditions and Standards Working knowledge of Medicaid Transformation Initiative Bachelor s degree or equivalent work experience. 1 - 2 years performing procurement work (developing RFIs/RFPs, vendor selection and evaluation, etc.) Requested Qualifications: PMP certification or willingness to achieve certification within 9 months of employment Experience with contract administration and vendor management Certification experience Thanks & Regards,
3333 Warrenville Rd, Ste # 200 Lisle, IL 60532
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