Manages medium to large improvement activities or projects leveraging project management tools to deliver results. Partners with Department leaders to holistically manage projects. Teaches, facilitates and coaches continuous improvement and project management.
Current Department Employees Only Need Apply.
Leads medium sized projects leveraging intermediate continuous improvement and project management tools.
Analyzes and measures the effectiveness of existing processes and develops sustainable, repeatable and quantifiable process improvements.
Researches best practices within and outside the organization.
Collects and analyzes process data to initiate, develop and recommend practices and procedures that focus on enhanced safety, increased productivity and reduced cost.
Teaches, facilitates and coaches intermediate process improvement and project management to others.
Applies the CI model in the context of delivering projects.
Builds relationships with from frontline and middle management and some senior leaders.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in Business, Engineering, or related healthcare field.
Demonstrate knowledge of quality tools, lean foundation elements and change management.
Master's degree preferred.
Green Belt, Shingo Bronze, or Project Management Professional (PMP).
Masters Degree can take the place of certification
Minimum four years business or healthcare experience or 3 years with Master's degree.
Minimum two years process improvement or project management.
Strong communication skills and ability to collaborate with all organizational levels.
Health care experience preferred.
Ability to assist groups in building continuous improvement systems that enable ideal behaviors and results.
Demonstrated ability to teach/coach/advise managers and caregivers regarding continuous improvement principles and practices and role of leader in a continuous improvement organization.
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