University of Massachusetts Medical School

  • Temporary Project Manager- Time & Labor System Implementation

    Minimum Salary US-MA-Shrewsbury
    Job Location 1 month ago(11/8/2018 11:19 AM)
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    Non Exempt
  • Overview

    Temprite Services is a division within the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Human Resources, which offers various levels of temporary support for departments within the institution as well as our affiliates.


    This is a temporary assignment that has the potential of lasting 12-18 months. Monday-Friday, 24-40 hours a week.




    • Manage and develop a large Time and labor project from the ideas generation and feasibility stage to the project implementation
    • May perform initial feasibility study prior to the formalization of a project
    • Develop and maintain effective and efficient oral and written communication with the project’s sponsor and steering committee
    • Communicate with all appropriate parties to ensure that the project’s objectives, scope, and required and expected deliverables of each project phase are understood
    • Document and maintain current: project work plan, meetings, decisions, work change orders, project deliverables, progress reports, schedules, cost tracking reports, and other pertinent reports
    • Participate in the development, enhancement, and implementation of Project Management standards, policies, procedures, and metrics that include change management, controls, and reports to attain compliance
    • Facilitate communication of the project’s status, budget, costs, issues, and related information to the project’s team leaders, project sponsor, steering committee, affected business unit(s), and team members as appropriate
    • Ensure that common solutions are found and implemented for common problems across all projects
    • Assist the project’s sponsor in refining the project scope and objectives, including any constraints
    • Manage special projects, project and/or vendor evaluations, feasibility studies and other activities related to business development within defined time lines as assigned
    • Participate in the Continuous Quality Improvement program
    • Performs other job related duties as assigned




    • Bachelor’s degree in management, Health Care, Business Administration, or equivalent experience
    • 5 years of demonstrated experience in project management
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills to interact effectively with staff, clients, and vendor staff
    • Ability to lead and direct a matrix project team, as well as the ability to lead and direct effective meetings and work sessions
    • Strong computer skills, including word processing, spreadsheet, and PowerPoint.
    • Oracle PeopleSoft and Kronos experience as well as a background in the consulting industry is required.

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