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Project Manager Management

Hackettstown, New Jersey, 07840, United States
January 17, 2018

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William E. Allen, M.Ed., M.P.H.

Cell 908-***-**** Home 908-***-****


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Work ExPEriEncE

August 2012-November 2013

Rutgers University

New Jersey Medical School

Medical Science Building C662

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

185 South Orange Avenue Newark, NJ 07103

Project Manager

Under the direction of the Director of Facilities, assists with the coordination and direction of activities of assigned projects from conception through the design, construction and occupancy phases. Primary responsibility is assisting with coordinating the activities of user groups, as well as design and construction consultants. Assists the Director of Facilities in overseeing and managing: contract administration, development of plans, incorporating activities, milestones, schedules and budgets for assigned projects. On a project basis, provides daily management of design and construction (technical, administrative, financial and contractual), including supervision of assigned technical staff and administration of contracts with professional/ technical consultants. Reports major conflicts, problems and delays to the Director of Facilities for action and direction. Monitors costs, schedules and quality control to assist the Director of Facilities with liaison responsibilities to oversee the review coordination and distribution of all project information, drawings, requests and activities between Facilities Planning, Management and Construction and Physical Plant. Coordinates the selection, purchase and installation of furniture, telecommunications equipment and other items related to assigned projects. November 2008-August 2012

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey New Jersey Dental School

University Heights

110 Bergen St. Newark, NJ 07103

Executive Director, Facility Administration and Materials Management Reporting to the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, the Executive Director is responsible for operation of the NJDS facility including clinics, academic space and the pre-clinic. NJDS facilities includes 300 dental operatories, 5 large lecture halls and 100 pre-clinical benches. The position directs the planning and implementation of capital projects, including the renovation of D Level North, with a value of $108 million. The Executive Director is responsible for purchasing capital equipment, furniture and clinical equipment, working through UMDNJ Purchasing to achieve those goals. The Executive Director Facility Administration served as Chairman of Space Allocation Committee, Research Space Allocation Committee and Instrument Materials Committee. The Executive Director (FP/MM) served as a member of the Northern Campus Emergency Preparedness Committee, Campuswide Safety Committee Procurement Task Force and Crime Coalition Committee. The Executive Director (FA/MM) serves as the records liaison for NJDS and as the author of the facilities section of the NJDS Accreditation Document.

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July 1992-November 2008

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey New Jersey Dental School

University Heights

110 Bergen St. Newark, NJ 07103

Director of Facility Administration And Materials Management Responsible for all aspects of operations management in the New Jersey Dental School. Areas of responsibility include planning for and implementation of capital improvement projects, and NJDS materials management, operations management, pre-clinical services, liaison with Central Administration service departments such as Public Safety, Purchasing, Environmental Safety, Operations Planning and Housekeeping in support of clinical and academic programs. Current projects include coordination of an Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Clinic Renovation, Oral Medicine Administrative Support Area, Oral Infectious Disease Laboratory, Post-Doctoral Clinic Renovation and Academic Space capital improvements. Committee participation includes: Chair, NJDS University Excellence awards committee; Chair, NJDS State Employees Charitable Campaign; Member, Infection Control, Accreditation, Administrative Staff, Instrumentation and Space Planning Committees.

September 1988-June 1992

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey New Jersey Dental School

Director of clinical Services

Reporting to the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, provides fiscal control and administrative management of resources and services of the outpatient clinical program, diverse statewide satellite clinics and clinical research programs. Coordinates purchasing functions and daily operations of equipment and supplies utilized in clinical programs. Provides oversight for compliance with accreditation of clinical programs and ensures conformity with applicable federal, state and local regulations. Develops new policies and procedures to provide patients, students and staff with access to services in various units of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. May 1987-August 1988

New York City Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Alcoholism Services 93 Worth St. New York, NY 10013

Planning Analyst

Responsible for departmental liaison with the Health and Hospitals Corporation, preparation of departmental budget request, district resource statement, and financial aspects of local government plan. Specialized projects include development of staffing standards and citywide HHC psychiatric units and participation in the planning for the alternative reimbursement methodologies project underway by New New York State. January 1986-May 1987

New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation

Bellevue Hospital Center

First Avenue and 27th St.

New York, NY 10016

Assistant Director

The Administrative Duty Officer is the senior administrator at Bellevue Hospital Center on the evening shift and is a direct extension of the Executive Director. As such, full authority for the effective operation of the hospital on the evening shift is delegated to the Administrative Duty Officer. Responsibilities include: smooth operation of admissions process, emergency services, patient inquiries and problems, and interface with media, EMS and other city agencies. Page 3 of 4

September 1985-January 1986

New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation

Bellevue Hospital Center

First Avenue and 27th St.

New York, NY 10016

Healthcare Program Planning Analyst

Reporting to Associate Executive Director of Clinical and Professional Services. Specific areas are of responsibility include: centralizing and maintaining table of organization for Clinical and Professional Services (2,000 employees, inclusive of physicians); development of departmental goals and objectives; design of computer-generated departmental profiles; implementation of productivity studies; participation in special projects, such as an analysis of pharmaceutical costs associated with AIDS; and possible impact of community health projects on Bellevue Hospital Center. August 1982-September 1985

Columbia University/School of Dental and Oral Surgery 630 West 168 Street

New York, NY 10032

Administrator, Postdoctoral clinical Services

Responsible to Assistant Dean for Adminstration for overall post-doctoral clinic operations and management; supervision of professional and nonprofessional staff; development and control of budget; coordination of resource allocation and materials management; planning for implementation and management of computerized school-wide patient record systems and financial services section; direction of quality assurance program for 40,000 active patients, third-party reimbursement, and patient billing activities.

January 1978-October 1981

New York Infirmary/Beekman Downtown Hospital

318 E. 15th St.

New York, NY 10003

Educational Services Administrator

Responsible for all education/rehabilitation unit activities; supervision of eight professional staff; coordination of program activities for elderly visually impaired populations; scheduling curriculum and patient services; interface of medical, education, and community units; promotion of Center activities with general public and visiting professional groups through public relations; development and implementation of training programs for professionals; planning education program changes and utilization review.


Master of Public Health (MPH) 1985

Columbia University/School of Public Health

Healthcare Administration

630 W. 168th St., New York, NY 10032

Master of Education (M.Ed.) 1974

Boston College/Graduate School of Education

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

Bachelor of Arts (BA) 1973 (cum Laude)

State University of New York at Albany

Albany, New York

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September, October 1980

Fellowship Award: Re: Howard Rusk, MD, President World Rehabilitation Fund, Inc. International Exchange of Experts and Information

SPEciAL trAining AnD cErtiFicAtionS

2005 Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.)

Dept. of Homeland Security

2010 Emergency Management Institute

IS - 0010 HE. Introduction to Incident Command and System ICS-100 for Higher Education Emergency Management Institute

2010 Multi-hazard Emergency Planning for Higher Education

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