The Manager, Project Management Office is responsible for managing the organization’s project and portfolio management practices, and providing oversight and leadership of all project management activities and processes. Primary duties include managing strategic projects and programs, project budget and resource management, and management of a team of Project Managers, Project Coordinators and Business Analysts.
7-10 years of direct Project Management experience in a Project Management Office (PMO), Program Delivery Office or similar
2+ years of management experience
Bachelors Degree Required
PMP – Project Management Professional Certification
Qualifications & Other Skills:
Strong leadership skills
Strong knowledge of project management and associated methodologies, techniques, processes and approached
Proven ability to develop strong working relationships and establish a high level of credibility across functional and lines of business and organizational levels
Persuasive, collaborative style with the ability to drive the business strategically and influence others; skilled in obtaining buy-in for ideas and driving implementation and culture
Problem solving and root cause identification skills
Strong analytic and decision making abilities
Ability to communicate effectively to all levels of the organization and move toward a common vision or goal
Proven track record of delivering results of high quality and sustainability
Proven ability to lead within a matrix environment, including direct reports, internal associates, and consultants
Strong Business Acumen, with proven ability to leverage knowledge base to quickly come up to speed in new business areas and new types of project
Founded in 1931, the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) is the professional association representing more than 44,000 Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) and student nurse anesthetists nationwide. CRNAs are advanced practice nurses who are the hands-on providers of approximately 32 million anesthetics given in the United States each year. They administer every type of anesthetic, work in every type of practice setting, and provide care for every type of surgery or procedure, from open heart to cataract to pain management.
The AANA promulgates education and practice standards/guidelines and affords consultation to both private and governmental entities regarding nurse anesthetists and their practice.