The Program Manager I - is responsible for management of the Adolescent & Young Adulty (AYA) and Fertility Preservation Programs within the Cancer and Blood Disorder Center in areas including scheduling and budgeting activities, working in collaboration with leaders to implement program objectives in support of identified goals and the continuous improvement process. Responsible for monitoring effectiveness and mobilizing stakeholders in support of continuous improvement to the programs. Organizes interdepartmental activities ensuring ongoing effective program operation and/or implementation. Responsible for identifying opportunities to enhance or expand the programs and presenting proposals to management. Oversees the process of executing initiatives essential for the success of the programs, including communication with all stakeholders, both internal and external. May oversee and lead teams in support of the program’s objectives.
- Bachelor’s Degree in business, health care or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
- 3 years experience in a lead role overseeing program/project management
- 3 years experience working on quality and process improvement projects with cross-functional teams; including data collection, analysis and reporting
- Proven record of project completion, program planning, execution and status reporting
- Experience leading committees, activities and staff
- Experience working in public health, health care or social services
- Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification
- Experience analyzing improvement data and working with internal clients to analyze and develop improvement strategies
- Experience project managing large complex organizational initiatives that cross all departments and roles
In accordance with new Washington law for healthcare workers, Seattle Children’s requires that all staff be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on or before October 18, 2021, or before beginning employment for start dates after October 18th.
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