Project Manager

Project Manager




Job description

The Project Manager is responsible for leading and managing assigned projects, providing leadership to team members and applying appropriate change management strategies as part of a project. Provides advice, guidance, and direction to an assigned portfolio; in clinical and corporate business areas which includes the development and implementation of application architecture.


  • Provides guidance and expertise by consulting to all disciplines and stakeholders within an assigned portfolio by performing functions such as coordinating and performing feasibility studies, conducting workload efficiency analysis using formal data gathering techniques, analyzing, designing and implementing appropriate information systems, and identifying system deficiencies, user department operational inefficiencies and recommending ways of improving business efficiency functions.
  • Participates in enterprise-wide, cross-disciplinary business strategy projects including confidential initiatives that support the selection, procurement and implementation of appropriate information systems applications.
  • Serves as a consultant participating on enterprise-wide projects which are under the leadership of the Portfolio Manager; serves as back up to the Portfolio Manager in the area of team leadership or project management.
  • Responsible to establish and lead assigned information system projects by adhering to project management and support structure methodologies, managing project timelines, monitoring expenditures and variance analysis, facilitating change management strategies, defining tasks, identifying resource needs, and reporting on project status to the Portfolio Manager or Manager.
  • Provides strategic guidance in the project design phases and works within assigned budget and provides reports or raises concerns as necessary.
  • Participates in the hiring process for staff, and coordinates and provides guidance to team members.
  • Performs system analysis by establishing application systems scope and objectives, conducting feasibility studies, planning or modifying procedures to solve complex problems, preparing detailed specifications and solving existing system logic difficulties as required.
  • Performs complex business and/or clinical process analysis including conducting workflow analysis and developing business information requirements and models. Defines business and/or health information scope and objectives; plans designs and modifies practical manual and automated business procedures.
  • Coordinates and provides third level application support to critical system problems and ensures that the application service level agreement in place is written or maintained to meet the business expectations and Informatics capabilities.
  • Maintains knowledge of infrastructure and technologies by remaining aware of current and new technologies


  • Bachelor’s degree in Health Information Science or Computer Science, Software Engineering or related field or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
  • Five (5) years of recent experience with business and systems analysis including experience as a project manager.
  • Experience with health and corporate information systems