ERP Project Manager


The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Project Manager oversees the execution of all technical projects regarding the implementation and maintenance of applications involved with the organization’s ERP system. The ERP PM will coordinate those projects among a broad spectrum of internal and external stakeholders and ensure alignment with the organization’s strategic vision. They will serve as the organization’s point person for vendors to coordinate project plans and customization requests. The ERP PM will also coordinate the work efforts of internal and external workers, track technical issues and implement solutions. They will also communicate with leadership on the strategy and progress of projects.


  • Responsible for planning, coordinating, monitoring, and implementing complex ERP software application projects to meet organizational goals.
    • Translate internal organization business strategy into functional technology solutions; overseeing and monitoring delivery. Communicate recommended solutions to stakeholders and leadership.
    • Manage implementation projects by developing project plans, developing/maintaining schedules, tracking progress, analyzing results and reporting.
    • Responsible for collecting, consolidating, analyzing, and communicating accurate and timely project reporting and analysis to team members, stakeholders, leaders and outside vendors.
    • Identify high risk project areas, track and resolve technical issues. Coordinate solution development and implementation strategy with outside vendors as applicable.


  • Provide leadership in application maintenance and change implementation for technical staff.
    • Oversee and provide guidance to the personnel responsible for technical implementation and maintenance of ERP application projects.
    • Ensure Change Control process is developed and adhered to.
    • Develop and oversee testing strategies for changes before production implementation.
    • Adopt industry standard support, deployment, engineering and development practices.


  • Provide leadership in continuous improvement of internal technical project management methodologies.
    • Contribute to development and use of project management standards, project reporting, tools, and templates to establish a stable framework that supports all project teams and stakeholders.
    • Maintain the efficiency of the project management process including planning, scheduling, budget, and risk assessment.
    • Monitors processes/methodology adherence to achieve project goals or objectives.
    • Monitor and identify process inefficiencies with resources and/or workflows and recommend process/workflow changes to improve efficiency.


  • Provide reports from ERP information systems for Hospital use.
    • Develop monitors and performance improvement projects that address compliance and system issues.
    • Provide managers with department-specific information to assist them in identifying areas of compliance and areas for improvement.


  • Perform other duties as assigned.


  • Promote a team atmosphere by treating individuals with respect and honesty and by using direct communication and active listening skills.
    • Be open to change and actively support change.
    • Be open to others’ ideas and points of view.
    • Facilitate change in a positive and agile atmosphere.


  • Promote department goals as well as the mission of the
    • Communicate goals to fellow staff members.
    • Demonstrate measurable goal achievement.
    • Maintain department policies and procedures.
    • Include requirements and guidelines from external agencies (i.e., Joint Commission, State of Wisconsin).
    • Maintain and/or communicate to appropriate party function backlog at a set time.
    • Educate new staff regarding regulations or requirements of those functions that relate to their areas or departments, as needed.
    • Demonstrate acceptance and training of student interns in the department, as directed. 


  • Demonstrate understanding of Joint Commission and other regulatory agency compliance regulations.
    • Involve self in the learning and application of standards relevant to functions and dimensions of Joint Commission.
    • Participate in in-services, seminars and other meetings to increase involvement and awareness of regulations.
    • Involve self in the education of other disciplines, Joint Commission and Bureau of Quality Assurance standards, particularly in safety and life safety functions.


  • Participate in external activities.
    • Represent the Hospital when participating in external organizational meetings.
    • Pursue networking opportunities.
    • Work with vendors to identify applications for consideration, to consult related to interfaces and implementation.
    • Remain updated in the industry trends and options to assess and identify functions, features and refinements.


  • Facilitate the Hospital committees, meetings and team projects relevant to process and performance improvement as well as department/intra-department problem-solving.
    • Demonstrate punctuality and preparedness.
    • Demonstrate effective chairperson skills.
    • Exhibit good organizational skills with agenda and minute preparation.
    • Be able to facilitate a meeting to keep it on track.
    • Contribute in a positive, solution-focused manner.


  • Conduct self in a professional manner.
    • Demonstrate organizational skills that promote timely response to all inquiries and to task completion.
    • Communicate with all individuals in a positive and professional manner.
    • Attempt to resolve individual issues with peers in a positive, calm manner, with a focus on solution.
    • Communicate concerns and provide solutions for same.
    • Attend outside seminars and/or educational classes to promote professional growth.
    • Demonstrate a positive and professional attitude toward parties outside the hospital (provider relations representatives, managed care contractors, visitors, vendors, etc.).
    • Comply with hospital's policies and procedures, including Human Resources, Infection Control, and Employee Health policies and programs.
    • Project a professional image by wearing appropriate, professional attire.





  • Comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, vision, etc.) for positions of 30 hours or more per week.
  • Childcare reimbursement offered for positions of 20 hours or more per week.
  • Gainshare bonus based on company goals.
  • 401k with matching contribution that is fully vested from day 1.
  • Loan relief, tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities.





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Required Experience
  • Bachelor’s degree and three (3) years relevant experience in information technology and project
  • Experience with enterprise resource planning technology
  • Experience managing complex software and technology
Racine, WI 53406, US