The Project Manager manages and facilitates the execution of projects and initiatives in the School of Dentistry (SOD). Reporting to the Sr. Project Manager, the Project Manager is expected to work with School leadership as needed including Associate Deans, Department and Division Chairs, Department Managers, Directors and faculty and staff committee chairs to communicate project scope, clarify and document timelines, deliverables, and tasks assigned to self and others. The Project Manager will also work with Clinical Information Technology team members to pull relevant clinical data supporting analyses. The Project Manager develops and delivers work products and execute tasks on work plans and initiatives, as directed. The nature of the projects have broad scope and impact and will be varied, and often have complex and multi-step plans.
The Project Manager creates, documents, and executes processes to support deliverables throughout the project lifecycle. Illustrative responsibilities include: defining the project scope, creating detailed supporting analyses, initial and ongoing engagement of stakeholders, providing project support, impact assessment, documentation of current and future state business requirements including workflows, fit-gap assessment and documenting design/specifications for project work streams and change management, and communication of these items to the Sr. Project Manager. The individual is responsible for maintaining an ongoing current knowledge of the status and needs of each of the assigned projects, supported by project management software as needed.
Project success is evaluated collaboratively, led by Sr. Project Manager with input from others as applicable, including the Chief of Staff and Associate Dean for Administration, the Executive Director of Clinical Operations, and other leadership.
Work location: In person at 513 Parnassus.
Internal Number: 3153247
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