The Infrastructure Project Manager is accountable for the end-to-end management of very critical projects in collaboration with heavily matrixed teams and stakeholders. The Infrastructure Project Manager is responsible for the overall direction of mid- to large-scale programs with multiple sub-projects. This position works closely with University Healthcare Alliance (UHA) clinical and business leadership and leads a multi-disciplinary team in the design, implementation, workflow optimization, change management, and issue resolution related to the IT infrastructure assessments for potential and new UHA acquisitions as well as UHA onboarding activities, Practice Management and Electronic Medical Record (EMR) go-lives, and moves/adds/changes of IT infrastructure at UHA practices in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Infrastructure Project Manager independently addresses issues and design decisions of high complexity, identifies potential issues before they arise, and assists other with issues resolution and design decisions. The position delivers clear communication and documentation of complex concepts and issues across the organization to influence and negotiate optimal solutions and progress toward goals.
Desired Skills & Experience
This position requires seven or more years of progressively responsible and directly related work experience. Preference given to four years of large-scale project management experience in the health care industry. Prefer project management experience with Epic EMR and other clinical and/or business applications.
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- Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience
- Project Management certification from an accredited organization
- Healthcare background, experience and performance that promotes a high level of credibility with clinical professionals
- Knowledge and understanding of goals and the interdependencies of functional departments and groups (in healthcare industry) and the ability to lead large-scale complex IT projects in addressing overall business needs
- Knowledge and understanding of needs, goals, deliverables and interdependencies of various functional groups and departments in a health care environment
- Knowledge of informational technology disciplines; eg, network operations, databases, software applications and interfaces, production operations, quality assurance and systems management
- Knowledge and understanding of technical disciplines including programmers, systems analyst, and networking in a healthcare environment involving multiple applications and interfaces
- Excellent written, oral, instructional, presentation and interpersonal skills focused on motivation and positive attitude. Highly self-motivated, directed and change oriented.
- Knowledge and ability to direct a staff in integrating information technology services with the work requirements and deliverables of the unit
- Knowledge of principles and practices of organization, administration, fiscal and personnel management
- Knowledge of current issues and trends in health care and clinical operations in a health care system
University HealthCare Alliance - 19 months ago
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