• April 10, 2019

Duration: 12 months

Rate: $60/hr.

The Integration Project Manager (IPM)  will be responsible for ensuring that the impact of new or upgraded IT systems is effectively managed to support the delivery of desired business and technology outcomes. The role will work with the business change and process improvement teams to support and guide them through the required steps. The IPM will oversee system integration efforts and monitor associated impacts. The IPM will articulate the way changes affect the users on a day-to-day basis and ensure that thorough testing of systems and scenarios occurs by all vendors. This role will also support the federal certification exercise and associated planning processes.

This resource may interface with Division Leadership and DHHS Subject Matter Experts (SME) as required to complete the work. This role is focused on managing and monitoring integration efforts and compliance. Participation in drafting procurement documentation, Request for Proposals (RFPs) is key aspect. Interface with business stakeholders will occur daily.



Required / Desired Skills / Years of Experience

Required 5 Years: Knowledge of Enterprise IT Systems, system integration principles, and associated change management best practices.


Required 5 Years: Ability to provide project management support and manage the day-to-day vendor and contract activities to ensure desired outcomes


Required 7 Years: Has an understanding of CMS’ Seven Standards and Conditions and the Medicaid program


Required 5 Years: Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities and projects, function in a fast-paced moving constantly changing, deadline driven environment


Highly Desired 7 Years: Proficient use of Microsoft Project, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Adobe software


Required 7 Years: Skills in persuasion, negotiation, relationship management, conflict resolution, and effective oral and written communication at all levels


Required 5 Years: Extensive knowledge of test management principles and best practices


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