Zane Networks, LLC is a staffing partner of CRISP – a non-profit that serves as a regional health information exchange (HIE) serving Maryland and the District of Columbia. ZaneNet is a leading local small business that helps organizations leverage health technology to better care for individuals and populations. Our projects often address the reduction of health disparities and urgent healthcare crises. As a staffing partner of CRISP, we employ top professionals in the fields of healthcare, technology, finance and management and we are looking for candidates who can join our team to help expand equitable access to care in the DC/MD metropolitan area.
For more information about Zane Networks, please visit: www.zanenetworks.com.
For more information about CRISP, please visit: https://www.crisphealth.org/
Position Title: SDoH Workstream Project Manager
Reports Directly To: IAPD Program Director
Location: Washington, DC
Hours Per Week: 40
The project manager will be responsible for supporting Health IT and projects related to Social Determinants of Health in the Washington region. The successful candidate will provide critical, day to day project management of a Medicaid grant in D.C. and support a multi-region senior project manager who will be working on shared efforts across DC, MD, and West Virginia. This role will require coordination and partnership with various teams including government agencies, providers, and community benefit organizations. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to play a major role in the HIT enabled transformation of healthcare.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Essential duties/responsibilities include the following. Other duties and special project may be assigned.
Define scope of new projects or initiatives
Develop documents needed for project (e.g. requirements, statements of work, etc.)
Gather requirements from and communicate regularly with stakeholders, including consumer representatives, to ensure business needs are met by implemented solutions
Coordinate/liaise with technical teams to ensure the work is completed on-time and on-budget
Communicate project status to internal and external stakeholders
Understand implications of policy on projects and agreements/policy changes needed in place
To perform this job successfully, the incumbent must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Strong project management, written and verbal communication skills
A self-starter who works well independently
Ability to quickly understand technical concepts
Ability to gather requirements and manage priorities (individually and for a team)
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple job duties, including personal time management and organization skills
A desire to be great and a track record of setting and achieving goals is required
Experience with program management and administration
Basic understanding of health information technology and/or health information exchange
Business analysis experience
Education and/or Experience
4-year college degree
3+ years of work experience, preferably in a healthcare or public health-related field
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $50,000.00 to $60,000.00 /year