We are looking for an energetic, driven, and experienced project leader for various projects at our clients for the implementation of our software, the development of prototypes, and setting up pilots for new innovations. As IT project manager, you lead, organise and/or coordinate multiple projects related to IT & innovation. You direct project engineers, but carry out a large part of the project activities yourself. Think about projects in software development, IT infrastructure, medical application, and Business Intelligence. You assume final responsibility for your projects according to the project plan, in which you have eye for risks, and are capable of intervening quickly. You are often the connection between technique and operation.
You manage existing projects and start new projects in IT and innovation;
You are responsible for drawing up business cases, project plans and planning, and monitor coherence, progress, and results of ongoing projects;
You monitor the use of personnel and means of projects;
You provide optimal communication, reporting, and evaluation about projects and work for IT and innovation;
You are capable to execute the agreed project results and/or projects in close cooperation with care professionals;
You are the linking pin between project and the development department;
You make sure the organisation learns from each project, by instilling the improvement points on the knowledge of people, work processes, and systems.
A finished vocational or university education;
3-5 years of experience as project manager. Preferred affinity with IT and hospitals or pharmacy;
You work structured, accurate, and aimed at cooperation. You are critical, work independently, and are driven to achieve results, also when facing time pressure;
You have persistence and a large sense of responsibility;
You have excellent communication skills in writing;
You are customer oriented and have a hand-on mentality;
You have knowledge of Prince2 and Agile.
A nice and challenging function, with a lot of responsibility, room for own initiative and personal development;
An agreeable atmosphere at work in a young and active team;
Enthusiastic colleagues in a non-hierarchical organisation;
Good labour conditions, such as 30 leave days in a 40-hour working week;
A fixed term contract, with the intention of long term cooperation.