L+M Healthcare is a member of Yale New Haven Health (YNHH) which was formed in 1995 to focus on enhancing the lives of those in our region by providing access to integrated, high-value, patient-centered care in collaboration with others who share these values. The YNHH System consists of three other Delivery Networks in addition to L+M Healthcare: Bridgeport, Greenwich, and Yale New Haven Hospital. It also includes a physician foundation, Northeast Medical Group. YNHH also has clinical relationships with several hospitals in Connecticut and numerous outpatient locations throughout the state. Visit www.ynhhs.org for more information.
Lawrence + Memorial (L+M) Hospital is a non-profit, 280-bed general and acute care hospital providing patient care to medical, surgical, pediatric, psychiatric and obstetrical patients in southeastern Connecticut since 1912. Westerly Hospital is a 125-bed hospital that provides a wide array of medical, surgical, laboratory and rehabilitative services.
Reporting to the Director of Facilities, The Project Manager has a matrixed reporting relationship: (a) to the YNHH Executive Director of Facilities Design & Construction and (b) to the L+M Healthcare Vice President of Operations.
The Project Manager will perform duties related to the design and construction of new facilities, remodeling, and repair of existing facilities. This role will manage projects from schematic design through construction, commissioning, and occupation. The select candidate must employ a diverse set of skills and have the ability to assist in resolving project, clinical, and people management issues.
The Project Manager will manage project documentation, design and budget development, construction bid process, value engineering, project scheduling, quality management, change order negotiation, user move-in coordination, and cost control, amidst other responsibilities. They will play an integral role in establishing collaborative and productive relationships with project teams, including architects, engineers, consultants, commissioning agents, contractors, and internal hospital partners.
The Project Manager needs to also be comfortable managing smaller, but nonetheless important operational matters, such as the coordination of moves, space planning for new hires, signage requests and other basic moves, adds and changes in our facilities.