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CHIEF OF STRATEGIC PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION at State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in Louis Pasteur Campus, RI

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Job Title:

CHIEF OF STRATEGIC PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION

Department:

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

Division:

Rhode Island Health Benefits Exchange

Opening Date/Time:

Wed. 06/07/17 12:00 AM Eastern Time

Closing Date/Time:

Sat. 07/08/17 11:59 PM Eastern Time

Salary:

$58.11 - $65.82 Hourly
$105,760.00 - $119,790.00 Annually

Pay Grade:

843A

Job Type:

Non-Union (99)

Bargaining Union:

Non-Union (99)

Location:

Louis Pasteur Campus, Rhode Island

Scheduled Work Days; Hours of Work Unclassified; Standard:

Monday - Friday; 9:00am - 5:00pm

Work Week:

Non-Standard

Job #:

2470-80701-11

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: At HealthSource RI, to be responsible for providing strategic direction and oversight to project management of a large scale complex intra-agency and/or inter-agency project, to ensure alignment and benefit realization, including all stages of the project management life cycle including conceptualization and determination of business needs; directing the project team; vendor management; system design, configuration, and development, testing, and implementation; developing the work plan and schedule; allocating resources; change control management; ensuring overall project success; plan, monitor, control and deliver project to a close and to manage beyond; manage project risk, scope, time, cost and completion; to be responsible for project delivery. Coordinate and exchange data and information with information technology vendors, insurance carriers, federal regulators, other state agencies and stakeholders; and to do related work as required.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Works under the general direction of the Director, and specifically the Deputy Director, with wide latitude for the exercise of initiative and independent professional judgment; work is reviewed through consultations and written reports for conformance to established policies and provisions of state and federal laws and regulations.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Plans, organizes, coordinates, and reviews the work of assigned professional, technical and support personnel, both contract workers and state staff.

 

 

Illustrative Examples of Work Performed: 

  • At HSRI, to be responsible for the overall management of a large scale complex intra/inter-agency project. To optimize performance across the project, functionally and technically, including all stages of the life cycle, including conceptualization and determination of needs and requirements; directing the project team; vendor management; system design, configuration and development, testing, and implementation; development of the work plan/schedule; allocating resources; change control management to ensure overall project success.
  • To plan, monitor, control and deliver the project to close and beyond. To manage risk by scope, time, cost and completion. To align priorities of different teams, such that deliverables support HSRI's goals. To be responsible for the delivery of the project. Position project reviews with internal clients and vendors and manage their deployment.
  • To work with state agencies, departmental technology coordinators, information technology staff, and consultants to understand, define and implement the project. To identify required processes, define problems, conduct needs analysis, develop concepts around potential solutions; evaluate existing systems and determine whether new or improved information systems are required.
  • To define and document project goals and objectives, scope, roles and responsibilities, effort, cost and schedule estimates, major milestones, and risk management plan. To make determinations of user needs within HSRI and plan, coordinate, direct and supervise the work of staff engaged in systems analysis, programming, technical/network efforts and data programming procedures. To oversee implementation of the project with regard to resources, time, budget and quality.
  • To provide leadership to cross functional teams through the duration of the project, all phases of the project lifecycle, managing the change process, coordinating actions and resolving conflicts through and beyond completion. To facilitate communication with project teams, vendors, management, sponsors, and other stakeholders in order to discuss on-going project issues, to resolve problems and to manage expectations; to write/present periodic progress, project status and problems resolution reports regarding information technology for management review and to do related work as required.
  • To be responsible for managing, organizing, coordinating, reviewing and directing a staff engaged in carrying out overall responsibility for all activities to assure conformity and compliance with federal/state regulations and guidelines as related to providing health care insurance under the Comprehensive Federal Regulations of the Affordable Care Act. To be responsible for the delivery of an effective and timely reporting system to facilitate management decisions affecting HSRI.
  • To do related work as required.

 

 

Required Qualifications for Appointment: 

KNOWLEDGES, SKILL, AND CAPACITIES: A thorough knowledge and demonstrated expertise in project management, risk assessment and risk mitigation; a thorough knowledge of methods used to  design and development information systems; knowledge of principles and methods used to plan or manage implementation, update and integration of information systems; a thorough knowledge of budget and planning procedures related to project management; ability to manage and motivate the project team; ability to monitor and inspect cost, work, and contractor performance; ability to identify problems, determine accuracy and relevancy of information, and analyze risks, establish contingency plans; the ability to organize work, set priorities, and determine resource requirements; the ability to establish and achieve short and long terms goals and strategies; the ability to coordinate with other stakeholders to accomplish goals, monitor progress, and evaluate outcomes; ability to challenge established culture and take explicit steps to transform; build organizational capacity for change; prepare for and deal with resistance; and related capacities and abilities.

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