Project Manager II
Partnership Healthplan of CA
Job Description: POSITION PURPOSE
To lead planning, organization, management, and implementation of projects. In addition to the Project Coordinator I duties, the Project Coordinator II has a higher level of experience, conducts business analysis to evaluate projects and track data, manages daily project progress, communicates project status to leadership, and conducts annual reviews of methodologies.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Develops and maintains detailed project plans and budget summaries. - Coordinates, facilitates, and leads both internal and external meetings. Depending on the project may plan and coordinate events, conferences and webinars. - Leads the completion of tasks in projects ranging from low to medium complexity, scope, and schedule. - Supports the successful implementation of projects within timelines for associated department assignments and tasks. - Provides technical and administrative support for the development of business cases and system reports for projects and/or programs. Researches ideas to advance business case proposals through evidence based literature reviews and surveying of members, providers and/or other health plans. - Develops expertise in project focus areas and stays informed of key developments and training/development opportunities within our network and across the healthcare industry. - Monitors system level reports developed for projects and/or programs. Summarizes observations and conclusions made from system level reports and makes recommendations to project and/or program leadership. - Develops and publishes agendas, meeting minutes, and necessary documentation. - Works with department to develop tactical department and program initiatives. - Works with relevant units to develop effective and high quality projects to meet the needs of associated PHC departments. - Identifies and manages project deliverables, dependencies, and critical path milestones. - Develops and executes communication plans for project stakeholders. - Communicates project status and potential risks or dependencies to leadership.