Project Manager



Project Manager is responsible for coordinating all project activities. This role will drive the execution of the full life cycle of projects including scope definition, planning, analysis, measurement, and communication. The Project Manager leads meetings of project work groups, including facilitating discussion around project deliverable, identifying action items and assigning to team members for follow up and completion, identification of threats and opportunities, and obtaining additional resources as needed. Project manager is also responsible for plans, manages, and coordinates project activities to ensure goals and objectives of multiple and large projects are accomplished within prescribed time-frame and funding parameters. Establishes timelines and ensures project deadlines are met. Maintains integrity and cost containment of projects.


Job Responsibilities

  • Evaluates, plans, and monitors project implementation for clinical systems; manages project and project delivery teams, ensures deadlines are met, escalates issues for appropriate, timely resolution and adheres to standardized project management methodologies.

  • Communicates with user departments and project teams on project activities; confers with project staff and vendors to provide support and resolve problems; collaborates with clinical, financial and quality teams to define and develop metric goals. Partners with management to develop tools and metrics to evaluate performance of target initiatives; assists with planning monitoring criteria and methodology.

  • Ensures availability of performance measurement data for review and analysis; evaluates and drives risk management process improvements, efficiencies and workflow enhancements.

  • Operates under general guidance and work assignments are varied and require interpretation and independent decisions on course of action.

  • Reviews project proposal or plan to determine time frame, funding limitations, procedures for accomplishing project(s).

  • Ensures all staffing requirements and allotment of available resources to various phases of the project met. May contribute to the performance evaluation of the employees associated with the project scope and may evaluate vendors and consultants and their effectiveness and ability to deliver as promised.

  • Establishes work plan and staffing for each phase of the project, and arranges for recruitment or assignment of project personnel.

  • Prepares project reports for management, client, or others. Confers with project personnel to provide technical advice and to resolve problems.


What you will Learn

What you will Learn

  • Gain an immersive understanding of the practices and skills needed to succeed in an entry-level project management role.

  • Learn how to create effective project documentation and artifacts throughout the various phases of a project.

  • Learn the foundations of Agile project management, with a focus on implementing Scrum events, building Scrum artifacts, and understanding Scrum roles.

  • Practice strategic communication, problem-solving, and stakeholder management through real-world scenarios.



Key Skills

Key Skills you will Gain

Creating risk management plans; Understanding process improvement techniques; Managing escalations, team dynamics, and stakeholders; Creating budgets and navigating procurement; Utilizing project management software, tools, and templates; Practising Agile project management, with an emphasis on Scrum.


Course Outline

Course Outline of the Project Manager will be as follows:-


  • Organizational Culture

  • Career Development

  • Strategic Thinking

  • Change Management

  • Project Management

  • Stakeholder Management

  • Business Writing

  • Project Charter

  • Project Planning

  • Basic concept and fundamentals of project management

  • Project Life cycle

  • Basic tools, techniques and deliverables used in project