About the Role:

Unite Us is hiring a hyper-organized Project Manager with a knack for planning and a passion for public health. The Project Manager will be responsible for the direction, coordination, and implementation of a complex project, while remaining aligned with the strategy, commitments and goals of Unite Us. This is a role that spans from strategic to tactical thinking, and we are looking for someone who can zoom out and see the big picture but also roll their sleeves up and jump into the weeds. You will create project plans, oversee the technical implementation of Unite Us, and work closely with the Operations team to align the different activities and priorities of a complex implementation with grace. You’ll be a key part of a focused account team, so the ability to lead and work well with others is a must.

What You’ll Do:

  • Help define project scope, goals and deliverables
  • Create and maintain detailed implementation plan that aligns with project goals and meets client deadlines
  • Coordinate with account teams to ensure project segments are aligned, implementation is on schedule, and communication is consistent
  • Respond and execute on ad-hoc client requests, identify time and resources needed to complete
  • Identify resources needed for project success
  • Collaborate cross-team with Sales, Marketing, and Product to streamline workflows and create a seamless customer experience
  • Identify issues and risks to project success and set an action plan in place to resolve
  • Monitor and report on the project’s progress to internal and external stakeholders
  • Establish and track Key Performance Indicators for network success based on Unite Us best practices and client priorities
  • Analyze data to provide deeper insights and smarter understanding of customer operations, opportunities for improvement and areas of strength

You are a great fit for the role if you:

  • Self-starter motivation with strong organizational and time management skills – you make things happen!
  • Ability to thrive in a collaborative environment - you are a solutions-focused, adaptable team-player
  • Demonstrated success managing complex projects and implementations with organization and confidence
  • Both professionalism and determination- you build trust with clients by consistently overdelivering
  • Excellent communication skills– Clear, concise, assertive and tactful
  • Comfort analyzing data to tell a story and drive action
  • Familiarity with the health and human services landscape
  • 4 year college degree from an accredited institution preferred
  • Project management qualification (PMP) or equivalent preferred
  • Minimum 3 years experience in project/program management
  • Knowledge of project management techniques and tools
  • Demonstrated experience building relationships with external partners and stakeholders
  • The ability to thrive in a variable and demanding fast paced, ambiguous, and constantly evolving environment

The Unite Us Story

As our co-founders transitioned from military to civilian life, they encountered barriers and inefficiencies navigating the most basic health and social services. Together, they set out to improve that experience for others. Recognizing that social care is essential for better health outcomes, they embarked on a mission to connect people to the care they need, when they need it, in communities across the country. Unite Us has developed an intuitive and seamless technology solution that goes beyond the traditional referral method. We work side-by-side with local organizations, and track data and outcomes to build coordinated care networks that support all aspects of community health. Unite Us is boldly changing the nation’s care delivery system. If you want to do well and do good, join Unite Us– we can build healthier communities together.

Environmental Job Requirements & Working Conditions:T

  • This position is remote.
  • This position requires 10% travel.

Unite Us is committed to building a diverse team and fostering an inclusive culture, and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We embrace and encourage our employees' differences in race, religion, color, national origin, gender, family status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, veteran status, disability, pregnancy, medical conditions, and other

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