Healthcare Network Project Manager (Personal Services)
The Provider Network Development department is responsible for continuous review and evaluation of the provider network for quality of services, adherence to contract requirements, standards of care and performance, while assuring a full array of providers are available to meet the needs of the service recipients. The unit is also responsible for evaluating the quality of service provided to the MCO, review of adherence to accreditation standards and best business practices. This position works with cross functional teams, providers and stakeholders to ensure services are in place to meet member needs.
This position will allow the successful candidate to work a schedule which will include both onsite as well as remote work certain days of the week as approved by their supervisor.
Responsibilities and Duties
Plan and Monitor projects
Manage Request for Proposals (RFP) process
Minimum Required Experience
Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Human Services, Psychology, Business Administration from an accredited college/university and two (2) years of experience with project management or healthcare program management experience.
Certification as a project manager is required within eighteen (18) months of employment.
Preferred - PMP Certification and four (4) years of experience in management of behavioral health services in North Carolina.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
$61,945.18 to $106,637.02