Build your career with IU Health as a RCS-Program Manager in our Charge Management department at our Shadeland location. This is a Hybrid role.
The Program Manager role will coordinate the efforts across multiple, related project initiatives. It is also the Program Manager's responsibility to clearly define effective and efficient project management practices to be utilized. The processes defined are focused on integrating and managing program activity in an effort to achieve a defined set of program goals and objectives. The role optimizes processes regarding scope, time, cost, and quality to develop plans of action to achieve objectives. The Program Manager has the responsibility for leading all aspects of other project managers and their projects to ensure success of the overall program. In addition to being a coach and mentor to these project managers, this position will ultimately own the execution of standard processes/procedures to ensure the team delivers with preeminent quality and compliance in a timely manner. Program Manager is encouraged to deliver a program in alignment with stated customer objectives related to time, cost, scope and quality for all of the projects within the program. Encouraged to improve project success rates across an area or portfolio. Along with projects being completed timely, on-budget, within scope and with high quality, a positive project experience by the team and customers is also desired. The work of the Program Manager is a combination of strategic and tactical work for a defined program. It is strategic for the focus on the development of project management as a key capability across the organization. It is common for one or more project managers to be running individual projects within a program under the mentorship of a Program Manager.
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