Project Manager II, Informatics
Next Steps - Toronto, ON

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Project Manager II, Informatics
Job Type Regular Full-time
Vacancies 1
Hours (Subject to change) 37.5 hours Monday - Friday

Job Description

The Project Manager is responsible for managing small to large size
projects to successful completion following standard project discipline
principles and processes. The Project Manager is expected to attain a
detailed understanding of the project and the desired project objectives
and utilize all aspects of the project lifecycle including the initiation,
planning, controlling, execution and closing. The Project Manager is
responsible for managing the people resources (Informatics, clinicians,
business stakeholders and project team) and the capital budget for
assigned projects.

  • Work with internal customers and external partners as required to clearly define and document key project parameters including objectives, outcomes, scope and budget
  • Define project management structures and processes for the project
  • Ensures project scope and deliverables for the project team are understood and approved by Informatics and clinical and business communities
  • Ensures that project benefits are identified during initiation phase and that processes are developed during the project lifecycle to measure achieved benefits
  • Ensures new policies and procedures created (through project implementations) are approved, published and implemented successfully
  • Ensures that peers within the Informatics Department and service providers such as HP are kept abreast of projects that will impact their areas and resources
  • Create and execute project work plans and revise as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements
  • Publishes regular updates to project team, sponsor and stakeholders (clinical & business) identifying project risks and issues
  • Provide status reports to the project team, sponsor and stakeholders (clinical & business) as appropriate
  • Ensures project documents are complete, current, and stored appropriately
  • Prepare and participate in delivery of presentations to sponsors; stakeholders, committees and advisory groups
  • Actively contribute to the development of the Project Management Office
  • Manage day-to-day operational aspects of projects and scope including project logs, issues, action items, risks, queries and change management and escalation processes
  • Work with internal customer(s) to support the development of a business case for each initiative
  • Work with internal customer(s) to define and plan project team resource requirements and assign individual responsibilities

Job Requirments

  • University Degree in health science, health informatics,
  • business, computing sciences, or equivalent work
  • experience
  • Project Management Institute certification (PMP) with
  • proven experience successfully employing standard project
  • management tools, methodologies and frameworks
  • 5-10 years of project management experience and/or health
  • care project management experience leading small to large
  • projects
  • Experience leading clinical projects such as Electronic
  • Medical Record/Electronic Health Records and Computerized
  • Physician Order Entry is an asset
  • Knowledge of clinical processes and experience in health
  • care environment is required
  • Skilled in managing small to large sized projects producing
  • project deliverables by following standard project
  • management processes and disciplines (project charters,
  • project plans, project budgets, test strategies and
  • implementation plans)
  • Sound knowledge of Inpatient and Outpatient systems and
  • processes
  • Detailed knowledge of business systems and processes
  • The ability to lead project teams and foster cooperation and
  • communications amongst team members
  • Good relationship management skills and the ability to work
  • collaboratively with internal team members and sponsors, external
  • suppliers and business partners
  • Develop capital and operating budgets and manage projects to
  • approved budgets
  • Experience with clinical and business workflow and process redesign
  • General understanding of application programming, database and
  • system design
  • Able to plan and facilitate end-user design workshops
  • Familiarity working with HL7 protocol is an asset
  • Demonstrated satisfactory work and attendance record

Please submit resume outlining how you meet the job requirements.
Qualified candidates will be contacted for a pre-screen appointment prior to being referred to the employer.