Leads and manages all aspects of information technology for the Fairfax Health Department including planning, initiation, and management of technology projects. Responsible for data analysis, problem solving, and data management. Serves as liaison between the business and technical aspects of information technology projects. Oversees and coordinates the process of department planning, decision making, and troubleshooting for multiple Health Department information systems including Environmental Health, Patient Care Services (Electronic Health Record), Laboratory, and Community Health Development and Preparedness. Develops management reports, department and human services dashboards, including data analyses, and outcome measures. Oversees the exchange of health information and the electronic integration of data between providers including public human service agencies and nonprofit community health centers (e.g., Electronic Health Record, Eligibility, Intake). Leads and directs work teams to conduct analyses, design, construction, and implementation and maintenance of information technology systems as necessary. Coordinates information technology projects across departments.
Any combination of education, experience and training equivalent to a bachelor's degree in computer information systems, business administration, or related field; plus five years of experience in information systems and process redesign, managing and implementing all phases of the systems development life cycle, including at least one year of supervisory experience.
The appointee to this position will be required to complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer as a condition of employment. May be required to possess a valid motor vehicle driver's license.
Advanced knowledge of information technology systems including software, hardware, and network capabilities. Experience with Electronic Health Records systems, Third Party billing systems, Environmental Health Applications, such as HealthSpace and Public Health Laboratory systems; and pharmacy systems, such as QS/1. Computer skills in the use of various office computer software such as Microsoft Office. Strong analytical and conceptual skills. Ability to manage small and large information technology projects. Excellent interpersonal skills, including both oral and written communication. Demonstrated ability to work independently, multitask and meet deadlines. Supervisory experience.
Fairfax County Government - 10 months ago