Post Date: 09/04/2019
Close Date: 10/04/2019
OCHIN is currently looking for a talented Sr. Project Manager to join our team!
Who is OCHIN?
OCHIN is one of the nation’s largest and most successful Health Information Networks. Here, our goal is simple: to provide solutions that promote access to quality, affordable health care for all. Our Health IT solutions improve the integration and delivery of health care services across a wide variety of practices—with an emphasis on safety net clinics and small practices as well as critical access and rural hospitals.
Our corporate office is located in beautiful downtown Portland, Oregon. Working with us, you’ll find challenging projects, a collaborative team, and some of the best employee perks around, including public transportation reimbursement, an onsite gym, community volunteering activities, a generous PTO package, and a Dragon Boat Racing team! Recognized as one of the Top 100 Nonprofits to work for in Oregon. OCHIN is committed to creating a positive and enjoyable workplace for all its employees.
The Sr. Project Manager supports the mission of OCHIN by providing project leadership for any assigned project, up to and including software implementation and technical projects. Sr. Project Managers lead, plan, budget, oversee and document multiple concurrent complex (often long term) projects within our organization. This role regularly consults with upper management to ensure the scope and direction of each project is on schedule, coordinating and managing process in collaboration with other project managers and leaders across the organization. Project Managers work closely with project champions and owners to achieve successful member set-ups and assist with work management of cross-functional teams. This SR PM regularly mentors less senior personnel in aspects of the profession such as leadership, methodology, tools, people skills and navigating politics- and may be called upon to turn troubled project around. This position may be called upon to evaluate performance and identify PM – related training needs and/or tool enhancements to ensure the effective application of project management and leadership principles.
For more details, please visit our Careers Website at https://ochin.org/employment-openings