Project Manager Web Services - Johns Hopkins Medicine Marketing & Communications
POSTED ON 3/16/2021AVAILABLE BEFORE 6/2/2021
Johns Hopkins MedicineBaltimore, MDFull Time
Job Posting for Project Manager Web Services - Johns Hopkins Medicine Marketing & Communications at Johns Hopkins Medicine
Johns Hopkins Medicine created the Internet Strategy and Web Services team to serve as a central strategic leader in the exploration, development, execution and analysis of a digital strategy that connects the people of the world to the people of Johns Hopkins Medicine. Serving all aspects of the three-part mission of research, education and patient care, the team leads large-scale enterprise projects as well as internal fee-for-service activities including strategic content creation, information architecture and taxonomy curation, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, social media engagement, faculty profile optimization and maintenance, and sub-site and micro-site development and maintenance. The team also supports nearly 400 distributed editors providing daily support and ongoing training.
As part of the Internet Strategy & Web Services Team, the Web Project Manager ensures timely, efficient, quality, and cost effective project management throughout the project life cycle for the team’s most complex fee-for-service and strategic enterprise projects and internal initiatives. Under the direction of the Director of Project Management for the Johns Hopkins Medicine health system, the Web Project Manager coordinates with the Internet Strategy and Web Services teams, clients and colleagues to define scope, align resources, facilitate workflow, and manage deliverables. The Web Project Manager will also extend and improve current project management standards, processes, tools and documentation.
Work Hours: Full Time, Day Shift
Location: Baltimore MD
Education: Bachelor’s degree is required.
Experience: 3 years’ experience working with multiple projects in a fast paced environment
Ability to lead projects. Experience managing website project required. Knowledge of Waterfall, Agile or other approaches necessary, experience with both methods is preferred. Familiarity with Agile and Waterfall project management techniques. Web experience preferred. Verbal and written communication skills, process improvement, problem solving, analyzing information and reporting skills.
Certification: Project Management professional certification desirable, not required.
Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are drug-free workplace employers.