The Program Manager is responsible for providing coordination and support to all aspects of the WI-W operation. The Program Manager reports directly to the NIMAA ED and then CEO once that person is hired, and collaborates closely with NIMAA and other program leadership both at WI-W and at CHCI in Connecticut. This position will be based in the new NIMAA location in Denver, CO.
Please Note: Applicants who wish to be considered are required to submit a CV page with their resume (please paste the CV as page 1 of your resume and upload as 1 document).
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Lead coordination responsibility for all aspects of NIMAA, including support of executive team, project management, communications with key partners and schedule management.
- Support executive team in managing NIMAA projects through project initiation, prioritization process, implementation, evaluation, and improvement.
- Lead coordination responsibility for all other programs of WI-W, including support of executive team, project management, communications with key partners and schedule management.
- Develop and maintain project plans. Monitor project progress and performance to ensure completion of milestones, major tasks, and deliverables on schedule.
- Work with executive leadership on issues of compliance, reporting, governance, and grants management to ensure full adherence to external requirements.
- Identify and escalate critical issues in a timely manner.
- Ensure technology platforms in use at WI-W are satisfactory to the needs of the multiple projects and users and coordinate training and upgrades as indicated.
- BA/BS required
- Previous work experience in organizing complex projects (required)
- Significant experience in program coordination
- Demonstrated ability to establish positive working relationships with customers, stakeholders and team members
- Strong ability to collaborate with individual contributors to define business process issues, analyze operational efficiencies, implement creative solutions and measure delivery results
- Excellent oral, written, and social media-based communication skills
- Impeccable attention to detail and organizational skills
- Experience with troubleshooting problems
- Desire to assist in developing processes and systems
- Strong business acumen; ability to make high quality decisions and demonstrate excellent judgment
- Possess and display sensitivity toward the needs of others
- Self-motivated, pro-active and independent worker
- Sensitivity to low income and ethnic minority communities
If you are interested in applying please go to https://nimaa.org/ and click on the “Career Opportunities” tab.
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