Cerner Project Manager - Tiger Institute in Columbia, Missouri
Project Manager - Tiger Institute
Join the team as part of the strategic alignment between Cerner and MU Health–Tiger Institute. This long-standing partnership is a shared goal to improve the health of Missourians by connecting providers and patients to improve quality of care, lower costs, and increase access for all. A wonderful opportunity to combine a passion for IT onsite at a client location helping to improve healthcare for your local community
As a Project Manager at Tiger Institute, you will provide day-to-day management of projects including risk management, stakeholder communications, and interdependencies between projects or programs. Your role facilitates project implementation to overcome project barriers, obtain requirements, evaluate and determine the objectives, goals, and scope of multiple projects. Also network within the organization to drive initiatives, strategies, issue resolutions, and alignment. Your strong communication skills are imperative to success as you create, monitor, and provide ongoing communication to appropriate stakeholders while also reporting risk areas and partner with leadership on strategies to address concerns. Utilizing your collaboration skills, you will manage interdependencies or dependencies between projects or programs through cross-functional project planning and comprehensive reporting packages.
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At least 6 years combined higher education and related work experience, including:
At least 1-year of project/program management work experience
At least 5 years higher education and/or additional work experience directly related to the duties of the job
Project Management Professional (PMP) certification
At least 2 years healthcare IT experience
Must live in or around the Columbia, Missouri area
Willing to work additional or irregular hours as needed and allowed by local regulations
Work in accordance with corporate and organizational security policies and procedures, understand personal role in safeguarding corporate and client assets and take appropriate action to prevent and report any compromises of security within scope of the position
Perform other responsibilities as assigned
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