Pediatric Associates SkillBridge Project Manager Intern in Plantation, Florida
Pediatric Associates was founded in Hollywood, FL in 1955. The same clinician-led, evidence-based, medical home passion is a unifying driver for those who join Pediatric Associates Family of Companies. The Pediatric Associates Family of Companies is a growing team of Pediatricians and Pediatric Care Teammates who are excited to be part of the first nationwide Pediatric Primary Care Medical Home. We further our uniqueness by ensuring the clinician voice is leading our medical home innovations.
The Project Manager SkillBridge Intern is responsible for acquiring the knowledge to ultimately fulfill the role of an Associate Project Manager supporting all enterprise programs and projects within the enterprise project management office.
In this 90-180 Day Job Training Program, you will learn and perform the full life-cycle project management process for all departments across the enterprise. This includes the adoption and incorporation of the official 5 stages of, best in class, project management: Planning, execution, monitor, control and closure
In this role, you will learn how to assume responsibility for supporting teams in delivering program(s) / project(s) of various complexities that span across one or more functional business areas [enterprise]. You will function in a supportive role in the development, documentation and progress of large scale projects and will also assist with smaller, less complex functional area initiatives. You will need to adhere to standard project management principles throughout the duration of every initiative. This will include management of all risks / issues and project change requests to ensure delivery of a successful on-time, on budget project. You will also act in a supporting role to any strategic planning and process improvement initiatives as they relate to improving the overall delivery of each project. The Associate Project Manager will also assist the administrator of the enterprise portfolio program management [PPM] solution [currently Smart Sheet] and will be the secondary contact for any data / analytical / reporting requests as they relate to the ePMO.
This role is designed to transition the intern into a full-time employed position as an Associate Project Manager with the Pediatric Associates Family of Companies.
However, successful completion of the training program does not guarantee job placement.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
This list may not include all the duties that may be assigned and trained in a real world environment.
Under the guidance of the department leadership and / or Project Managers, provide support on all aspects of enterprise program and project engagement from inception, planning, execution, monitoring, reporting, which should include external vendor relationships, change and communications, resources management, budget, change control, risks / issues tracking
Assist in the development, tracking and reporting on project related success criteria results, metrics, KPI’s and deployment management activities
Work creatively collaboratively and analytically in a problem-solving environment demonstrating teamwork, innovation and excellence
Understand and be able to translate interdependencies between technology, operations and business needs
Demonstrate a functional acumen to support how solutions will address goals while maintaining alignment with industry best practices
Support and continually manage project and program expectations while managing assigned deliverables with other core team members [internal and external] and business stakeholders\
Provide support in the development of materials, champion and facilitation of strategic planning sessions at all levels of the organization
Support process improvement initiatives at the enterprise and functional department level
For less complicated, functional area projects, develop and deliver progress reports, proposals, requirements documentation and presentations to various audiences, including project team, sponsors, and key stakeholders [internal and external]
For less complicated, functional area projects define success criteria and disseminate to, gain buy-in from all involved parties throughout project and program life cycle
Develop trusted subject-matter expert relationship with project and program stakeholders, sponsors and organization stakeholders
Ability to perform multiple concurrent tasks ranging from project management, administrator of the PPM solution, solutioning data requests to brainstorming the most appropriate method to present and articulate data.
Has served at least 180 days on active duty
Has taken any service TAPS/TGPS
Has attended or participated in an ethics brief within the last 12 months
Has received Unit Commander approval to participate in the DoD SkillBridge Program
Will receive an anticipated honorable discharge from active military service
1 + years of program / project management work experience, in a healthcare environment preferred, but not required.
1 + years in gathering, definition and/or deployment of business requirements.
1 + years of experience in support of executive and functional area team facilitation sessions
Intermediate understanding of standard enterprise, program and project management principles, methods and techniques
Prior experience in supporting project management initiatives, of varying complexities.
Knowledge and experience supporting Lean Kaizen / Process Improvement work a plus
Experience supporting operation / implementation projects simultaneously
Experience, or strong desire to learn, scheduling and preparing presentations and status reports to department and functional leads
Demonstrated skills providing support to projects in a matrix environment
Superb written and oral communication skills required
Demonstrated experience managing external vendors / consultants preferred
Strong leadership skills with the ability to work as part of a project team
The Pediatric Associates Family of Companies an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.