Job #: 1457
Title: Clinical Project Manager
As part of the Office of Population Health has a broad portfolio encompassing ambulatory care transformation, development of innovative care models, chronic disease prevention and management, research and evaluation, population health analytics, and social determinants of health.
The Office of Population Health is preparing to launch a series of Specialty-Primary Care (SPC) Workgroups to develop “Expected Practices” for approximately three dozen ambulatory specialty services. Expected Practices serve as a common resource for primary care clinicians and specialists, providing clarity on expected referral workflows, pre-visit workup, roles and responsibilities regarding transition of care between services, and other important areas of alignment.
We are looking for a bright, mission-minded Project Manager who will excel at managing logistics and strategy for upcoming workgroup meetings and researching/preparing background materials. Responsibilities will include:
- Researching and developing background materials on clinical topics
- Developing the workgroup meeting materials and agendas in collaboration with the workgroup facilitator and program manager
- Handling communications and outreach for the workgroups, including drafting and sending emails and maintaining workgroup contact lists
- Attending workgroup meetings and producing meeting minutes
- Coordinating scheduling of workgroups, including logistics, technical support, and ordering food when applicable
1. Bachelor degree required, preferably with a focus in pre-med, health care, or a related field; Master’s degree preferred
2. Experience performing medical literature reviews
3. Excellent written and oral communication skills
4. Attention to detail and accuracy
5. Ability to juggle multiple tasks and schedules