firstPRO is looking to fill a Project Manager role for a client of ours in the healthcare field. The candidate should effectively manage projects with a focus on defining key tactics needed to support the project, driving tactical execution to meet timelines, collaborating with key partners, managing details, communicating obstacles and implementing changes safely into the production environment. Candidates will be responsible for managing the day-to-day project workflow; identify, plan, and resolve obstacles and challenges in a timely manner. Logistically, this is a contract position with the possibility of converting to permanent. This is 100% remote position, however, candidates must reside in PA/NJ/DE/MD, candidates who apply from outside these states will not be considered for this role. Compensation ranges from 70 to 80 an hour and depends on professional experience. Interested candidates please apply with your most up to date resume.
Project Manager – Desired Qualifications
- 8+ years of Experience
- Experience with Master Data Management, Data Governance, Analytics projects, and Database projects
- Understand the key business objectives and consistently drive the project team and vendors to achieve those objectives
- Provide excellent customer service for both internal and external clients, navigating the balance between corporate risks and exceeding customer expectations.
- Manage the day-to-day project workflow; identify, plan, and resolve obstacles and challenges in a timely manner.
- Meet all project requirements as outlined in our policies to assure compliance
- Effectively utilize project tools to ensure all project artifacts, team communications and plans are well documented.
- Consistently evaluate all application enhancements/changes, identify impact and timing, develop recommendations on maximizing value, and engage key partners to effectively implement as appropriate.
- Support examiners, auditors, or internal audits, coordinate required data, and preparing responses to any findings.
- Remain current on trends in financial services, technology, and public litigation that could impact or better inform Univest’s project management practices