Portfolio Project Manager-Immunotherapy
Responsible for the project management of the cancer immunotherapy trial portfolio, requiring the leadership and experience of a seasoned project management professional. Serve as the primary point of contact to implement high-impact immunotherapy projects working with cross-functional teams across Seattle Children's and collaborating institutions. Manage the process of developing and executing project plans, resolving issues, communicating, and driving the final results of each project. Lead the development and documentation of processes spanning multiple working groups across the organization. Coach project stakeholders in the execution of project related activities. Facilitate internal project meetings and coordinate project-specific and general vendor communications.
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- Bachelor's Degree
- Minimum of 10 years related experience to include at least 7 years managing projects
- Experience leading a large project team on a large scale project (budget, impact, or time); full cycle from initiation to project close
- Demonstrated successful experience working with vendors, consultants and other purchased services
- Master's degree health administration, business, or related field or Master's certificate in project management
- Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification
- Health care/clinical research background
- Experience working in a Project Management Consulting firm
- Experience applying professional project management approaches (e.g. PMBOK, Agile, and/or SDLC)
- Demonstrated successful experience leading complex change management in an organizational setting
- Lean, Six Sigma, Kaizen, or continuous performance improvement experience
- Experience developing and facilitating /presenting project management content
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