OHSU is partnering with the Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Education to perform return-to-school COVID-19 testing in K-12 school settings.
The project manager reports to the Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and will develop, implement and oversee the logistics of this project, including coordinating testing with the Oregon Department of Education, Oregon Health Authority, and schools. Responsibilities include:
Working with multidisciplinary teams to provide test result feedback to schools and individuals
Coordinating testing of up to 250,000 students over the school calendar year 2021-2022
Working to coordinate testing with the Department of Pathology clinical laboratory
Managing a team of project coordinators
Working with the Department Administrator and finance team to develop and oversee an approximately $30 million project budget
In partnership with all key stakeholders, developing and implementing scope of contract and serving as primary point of contact for coordinating logistics and implementation
Corresponding both in writing and verbally with OHA and Department of Education
Coordinating informational sessions and/or educational seminars as necessary
Interfacing with multidisciplinary teams at OHSU to provide educational services, test collection and shipment, and test resulting services
This is a fully benefited, limited duration contract-based position, anticipated to last approximately 1-2 years, with the potential to transition into another role at OHSU at the end of the contract.
Bachelors degree or equivalent combination of training and experience
Five years of experience with complex coordination and/or project management
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrated project management experience
Demonstrated ability to develop and implement new processes in a complex organization
Demonstrated professionalism and ability to represent an organization to external stakeholders
Ability to work remotely while also traveling to local schools and other sites as needed
Ten years of experience with complex coordination and/or project management
Administrative experience in healthcare and/or state education
Demonstrated ability to develop and implement new processes across multiple complex organizations
Experience with budget development and management
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