The selected candidate will join the PPM on a six-month rotation and will work closely with a mentor to manage projects, as assigned, to develop their project management skills and experience. The ideal candidate has previous experience leading small-to-medium size projects and/or as a project team member on a mid-size, cross-functional project. Over the course of the rotation, the candidate may work in close collaboration with project team members and key stakeholders to manage the project schedule, track action items to closure, and mitigate project risks on programs such as Capstone Distributed Program or F1LCDx San Diego. Rotation candidates may also work on management of the portfolio by supporting activities such as portfolio dashboarding or resource management.
Obtain manager’s approval to apply. Managers may only approve employees who meet the minimum requirements for the rotation.
Develop a proposed coverage plan for your current role, to be reviewed and approved by your manager in the event you are selected for the rotation.
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The PPM rotation program is available to current FMI employees who have been in their role for a minimum of 12 months
Application period: May 22nd – June 2nd
Candidate screening / interviews: June 5th – June 14th
Rotation start date: July 5th 2023
Rotation end date: December 22nd 2023
A: During the rotation period, the rotating employee’s job title, level, salary, shift differential, target bonus and manager of record will not change. All business-related expenses associated with the rotation will be charged to the rotating manager’s cost center.
A: The rotation manager will meet regularly with the rotating employee to provide feedback and coaching, discuss challenges the employee may be facing, and get feedback on how the rotation is going.
A: The employee’s regular manager should continue to have check-ins with their rotating employee. These check-ins should be focused on how the rotation program is going for the employee, help if needed and to keep the lines of communication consistent. Regular check-ins between functional manager and rotating employee will also enable a smoother transition for the employee when they return to their role.
A: A minimum of one employee will be selected for the program, however, depending on the number of qualified candidates and available projects, up to two employees may be selected.
A: All employees who meet the position qualifications and who are interested in the rotation program must receive approval from their manager before applying.
A: The rotation program is designed as a 6-month program, with some flexibility on the length of assignment based on need and/or project assignment. The program will include an initial onboarding period at the start of rotation and an offboarding transition period toward the end of the program.
A: The rotating manager will provide feedback on performance to the rotating employee and the rotating employee’s manager both verbally and in writing. The feedback should be incorporated into the employee’s annual review and performance during the rotation will be considered in determining the employee’s overall performance rating.
A: At the end of the pilot, the People Strategy Leader will solicit feedback on what worked well and identify areas for improvement from the rotating employee, the employee’s functional manager, and the rotating manager to determine long-term viability of the program. To measure success, a few key data points will be evaluated
· Feedback from regular and rotation manager of employee on rotation
· Feedback from rotating employee
· Accomplishment of rotation objectives
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A. The candidate will apply FMI knowledge and previous project assignment experience to deliver successful project results. Important responsibilities include:
· Establish and manage project schedules, including setting targets for milestones and adhering to deadlines
· Delegate project tasks to team members
· Meeting/agenda preparation and meeting minutes, with a focus on action items
· Serve as a point of contact for project team members
· Communicate with key stakeholders regarding project status; escalate issues in a timely manner
· Leadership and expected behaviors environment
· Commitment to reflect FMI’s values: passion, patients, innovation and collaboration
· Ability to juggle competing priorities
· Capable of working independently with deadline and resource constraints
· Leadership through influence
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