The Project Manager/Analyst is responsible for providing analytical support for various projects; assisting in budget analysis and financial analysis; drafting cost estimates, work statements, and financial reports; ensuring customer satisfaction; monitoring fund receipts; developing cost estimates; preparation of monthly and quarterly reports; project scheduling; finding critical activities using critical path methodology (CPM); and documentation, monitoring, and communication of project assumptions and key risks to appropriate stakeholders.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Project Planning and Implementation
Applied Analysis to Inform Process Improvement Decisions
Communication with Key Project Stakeholders
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
A bachelor’s degree - Master’s degree preferred- in public administration, public health, business or other relevant area. At least three years of progressively more responsible experience in project management and data analysis in a not-for-profit organization, relevant governmental agency, managed care organization or social services agency
Strong written and verbal communication skills. Strong analytic skills. Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office, especially Project and Excel and project management software such as Project Server. Ability to apply qualitative and quantitative assessments of data. Ability to work in teams and manage timelines and projects. Detail-oriented, good problem solving and research skills and understands the importance and benefits of data quality. Demonstrated ability to think outside of the box when traditional analytical tools cannot be utilized.
Preference will be given to candidates with a demonstrated interest in program development and working for a non-profit organization with a strong social mission.