Department:OH1PV_55900_000 Mcmg Administration
Expected Weekly Hours:40
Position Purpose:At Mount Carmel, we work to continuously inspire one another. Here, all are welcome. It is this culture of humility and compassion that sets Mount Carmel apart. We see the big picture and do the right thing. That means a dedication to the well-being our both our colleagues and the patients they serve.
Job Description Details:
Excellence in care takes the dedication and commitment of not only our front-line care teams, but of the specialized professionals that support all aspects of our mission. Colleagues in Finance, HR, Coding Services and more keep Mount Carmel operating at the highest standard. And we provide leading education training and development opportunities to keep you working at yours.
The Project Manager supports acquisitions & affiliations and will provide assistance to the Executive Director in assuring that the acquisition and employment processes are conducted effectively and efficiently. This position is accountable for conducting all due diligence as well as organizing internal and external consultants as necessary to complete the processes. This position must also work collaboratively with the MCMG Directors of Operations as well as other departments that are integral to the completion of these projects. In addition, the Project Manager will assist in identifying and developing acquisition targets and opportunities for employment of physician groups.
- Bachelor's Degree required.
- Three to five years experience in project planning and management required.
- Two to three years experience with acquisitions, preferably in a healthcare environment, desired.
- Certification in Lean/Six Sigma preferred.
- Ability to create, coordinate, and manage interdisciplinary teams.
- Effective written and verbal communication skills and ability to translate project goals and timelines to a variety of audiences
- Ability to work and communicate effectively with physicians, all levels of management and staff throughout the Mount Carmel Health System (MCHS)and Mount Carmel Medical Group.
- Must be self-directed and motivated with ability to set priorities, function in high pressure situations, and direct multiple duties/projects simultaneously.
- Responsible for developing/managing detailed project plans regarding initiatives and problem solving for acquisitions and affiliations.
- Responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships between physician groups under consideration, related staff, planning and development, and departments related to the acquisition or employment.
- Identifies and suggests solutions for barriers to timely completion of projects and issue resolution.
- Assists the COO, Executive Director, and Directors of Operations with strategic and operational tasks as directed.
- Establishes and maintains strong working relationships with the medical staff, the planning and development department, and MCMG practices.
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