Posting #: NU07-2021-09-03
Status: Temporary Part Time – Contract (6-9 months)
The Deep River and District Hospital is recruiting for the position of a temporary part time Project Manager for an upcoming Organizational Integrated Identify Initiative. This is a vital role in the implementation of a key element in the organization’s strategic plan to create an integrated identity. The Project Manager will be responsible under direction of the President and Chief Executive Officer to facilitate the identification, implementation and accelerated adoption of an integrated and branded organizational operating identity.
Over the next 6-9 months, the role will support leaders, teams, identified health system partners and oversight bodies to meet legal requirements to identify and approve a unified name and adoption of a unified organizational identity. The incumbent will also successfully navigate the “people side” of successful project execution with a focus on facilitation of internal and external communication, stakeholder engagement, relationship and feedback management, as well as health and business system requirements to adopt a unified organizational name and branded identity. This role will facilitate governance discussions and decision making, and will utilize superior facilitation and communication skills to engage internal and external stakeholders and navigate system requires to unify and launch the organization’s identity.
The successful incumbent will have a Bachelor’s degree in business or health administration, with a focus on Administration/Management, Communications, Human Resource Management or related discipline. A designation of Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP) is preferred, with a minimum of 3 to 5 years or more of experience managing change management engagements, and/or accelerating adoption of large-scale organizational/business change.
Resumes must be submitted through the Career Section of the DRDH Website:
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