BerryDunn | Columbus, OH
Berry Dunn’s Government Consulting Group focuses nationally on serving the organizational, information technology, and management needs of local and state government agencies. Headquartered in Portland, Maine and with additional offices in New England, West Virginia, Minnesota, and Arizona, we have worked with more than 250 state and local government agencies throughout the United States. We understand the needs of government agencies, fiscal constraints, and the commitment to serving constituents.
BerryDunn is seeking a staff consultant to serve as a in house project coordinator in support of our client, the Ohio Department of Medicaid. This is a five-year project and upon completion, the position would move into other consulting projects. BerryDunn seeks a candidate with the aptitude to quickly move from project coordination work into client-facing work.
- Coordinate meetings
- Maintain Outlook Project calendars.
- Prepare and/or edit meeting agendas and minutes, status reports, executive briefings, presentations and tables.
- Create and maintain document templates.
- Meet on a regular basis to provide project updates and share relevant information.
- Maintain project lists, deliverables, and shared material in an online project repository.
- Receive, screen, log, and route email correspondence, attach necessary background information and maintain follow-up system for action and deadlines.
- Prepare tracking documents for meetings and update tracking tools regularly.
- Follow up with team members for progress report, submission of deliverables, and action items.
- Review data and information generated by the projects’ implementing agencies and prepare information materials for briefing and review sessions.
- Research information requested by project team.
- Assist with special projects and reports as needed.
- Develop and participate in client communications, both written and verbal.
- Analyze project deliverables for compliance with State and federal regulations along with project requirements.
- Bachelor’s degree
- Previous experience with office traffic, project coordination or similar workflow coordination role managing competing demands.
- Ability to stay ahead of deadlines
- Attention to detail and quality
- Ability to communicate problems to management in objective manner
- Good written communication
- Strong organizational skills
- Proficiency with web based applications, Office Suite, Visio, SharePoint helpful
- Preference given to candidates with Medicaid and/or healthcare claims adjudication experience
For this position, we are seeking local Columbus, Ohio candidates only. While the current project work is located in Columbus, candidates must be willing to travel 50 – 60 percent of the time for future projects outside of Columbus.