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About the Role
The position of Senior Project Manager, Health Expansion Strategy will be responsible for delivering and coordinating the implementation of the School of Health Sciences, Health Expansion Strategy.
Reporting to the School Dean and working closely with the Director, Health Strategy and Partnerships in the School of Health Sciences, and the Director of the Academic Operations Unit, this fixed term position will focus on the development, implementation and management of the School’s Health Expansion Strategy with maximum efficiency and minimum cost.
The role is expected to provide project management expertise, tools, fulfill governance requirements of the project, and is responsible for the end-to-end delivery of project related tasks. The role is also responsible for providing timely and effective high-level analysis and advice, to project sponsors and stakeholders. The role will actively manage risks and implementation plan to ensure that the physical facilities, appropriate staff, equipment, marketing and accreditation requirements are in place to deliver new teaching programs and research initiatives.
As the Senior Project Manager, Health Expansion Strategy you will collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to scope the implications of existing, new, and/or proposed policies, legislation and procedures related to Health Sciences. The appointee will be expected to exhibit a highly professional, teamwork approach in working closely and collaboratively with other staff members across the University and within the school.
To be suitable for this role you will need to have experience in the below key accountabilities:
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Applications Close: Sunday December 10th at 11PM
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