Change / Release Coordinator
Dignity Health - Phoenix, AZ

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Job ID

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1400005498

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HIPAA 5010 Progrm Implementation

About This Position

Job Summary:
The Release Coordinator is
a critical role that is responsible for assisting with the rollout of the
release management process improvements and the execution of their day-to-day
coordination and facilitation activities for process management. Report on all Releases, specified per
service, process, department, and any other Key Performance Indicator that will
be established. Escalate Service Level Agreement breaches to line management
(where applicable directly to section managers) and Process Management. Recommends
service improvements. Assist with or
carry out the activities delegated to him by the Production Control Performance
Manager, like producing fit-for-purpose and timely reports and reviews. Understand the process, procedures, work
instructions, policies, required documentation and tools. Monitor, track,
update and close the Release Records during appropriate points in the Release
life-cycle (e.g. progress information).

Assist the Release
Management Process Manager to build the business case for an enhancement
request and assist with the evaluation of Releases (Post Implementation
Reviews). Register monitors and updates
the Forward Schedule of Releases (for planning purposes). Reviews and reports
possible bottlenecks and issues regarding scheduled Releases to the Change or Release
Management Process Manager.

Produce steering
information in the shape of management reports based on the Key Performance
Indicators (KPIs). Report on Releases to those involved on behalf of the
Release Management Process Manager when required. Assist with the audit of the
Release Management process. Provide and distribute reports regarding urgent
(emergency) Releases.

Distributing and
installing the implementation or taking care that this is done. Provide and
distribute escalation reports when required. Provide information on and arrange
training when required. Evaluate Releases on impact, required effort, planning,
quality and provide input to the Change Post Implementation Reviews.

Assist with the
promotion and communication of the process to all parties involved, through
e.g. the maintenance of a web-page, info mails and bulletins where needed. Liaise
with the Release Management Process Analysts when required. Send invitations, prepare and attend meetings
according to the Release Management process when required. Perform secretarial activities when required
(e.g. minutes of meetings). Escalate and
report to the Change and/or Release Management Process Manager and when
appropriate on behalf of the Release Management Process Manager to line
management or process staff. Recommend
any improvements regarding processes, reporting, communication, training and
tools. Initiate coordination meetings with other Release Management Process
Analysts when required. Handle any pressure to by-pass the Release Management
process.

The
incumbent will have accountability to ensure the end to end service delivery of
assigned applications and infrastructure support. They will work closely with
the Change, Configuration, Project and Deployment Management Processes, as well
as the Business coordinators. The
Release Coordinator executes the release, coordination, scheduling,
orchestration, roll back, and outage scheduling for all applications/service in
production related to an approved change request. In addition, the Release Coordinator will contribute
to the definition and quality criteria to be used in the quality assurance
process and the gating criteria that will be used to determine that a change
has successfully completed with business critical services/applications in
Production Control as they relate to Release.

The Release Coordinator
will be working with teams, including their own team members, consisting of:
senior team leads, senior analysts and coordinators. The Coordinator will be
required to orchestrate the functions across the organization and provide
matrix leadership requirements to application groups as well as service
delivery managers to help support activities around the service portfolio. This
will require interfacing on a regular basis with well over 50 people actively
as well as external suppliers.

Will ensure
all regulatory and compliance requirements are integrated properly in the
process models and service delivery models. Will identify and report risk.
Facilitate discussion on how to improve service delivery and document
recommendations.

In addition
to being accountable in direct line Management, the Coordinator may be called
upon to directly interface with internal technology teams at the Manager and
Director levels. This requires that the Coordinator in addition to leadership skills,
be technically competent in one or more of technology pillars (infrastructure,
applications, network, etc.) and capable and willing to learn in depth about Health
Care IT Architecture. Must be able to provide deep coordination analysis and
detail focus guidance to his staff and the organization.

Mission:
Dignity Health and Sponsoring
congregations are committed to furthering the healing ministry of Jesus.
Resources are dedicated to: delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health
services; serving and advocating for our sisters and brothers who are poor and
disenfranchised; and collaborating with others in the community to improve the
quality of life.

Accountabilities:
Ensure that the Release Management process and
activities are followed

Produce scope & schedule for application,
infrastructure releases

Oversee/Update application release schedules &
milestones

Coordinate all cross application dependencies and
downstream impacts

Produce efficient procedures for the distribution
and installation of changes to IT systems

Ensure implementation are traceable, auditable,
compliant and that only correct, authorized and tested version

Build out Annual Release Plans

Build out Integrated & Non-Integrated Release
Milestone Dates

Participate in weekly Release Management Status
Meeting

Create Change Management Tickets / IT Releases

Release Issue Tracking & Resolution
Facilitation Conduct review meetings

Input into Annual Release Plan (ARP) Reporting

Weekly Release Status updates for assigned releases

Create all required Release artifacts (ex: Release
Plan, Deployment Plan, Deployment Readiness Checklist, Release Closure
Memo etc.)

Provide release status to stakeholders

Manage and coordinate Release Deployment and Post
GoLive activities

Collaborate closely with business teams to deliver
application release that support Operation Excellence

Coordinate with IT and business teams to prioritize
enhancements and defects into releases

Apply sound project and release management
disciplines to drive release successes

Accountable for supporting assigned audit related
/compliance activity

Participate in continuous improvement activity

Responsible for identifying training opportunities
for technology teams to ensure performance and compliance goals.

Consults with process and service stakeholders,
analyze capability needs, and identify people, process, technology,
governance, and or integration defects that hinder service delivery.

Input into presentations,
reports, analytical and management documentation that will be used in the
Production Control process improvements for Availability, Access,
Security, Event, Change, Release & Deployment, Incident, Major
Incident, Configuration Management, Service Level Management, Problem,
Knowledge, and Request Fulfillment.

Identify and co-opt key stakeholders to drive
process and service solutions and improvements.

Enforce quality of service guidelines for dealing
with customers, completing services, and overall customer satisfaction

Identify and promote Key Performance Indicators
(KPI’s) related to production control processes.

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Partners
with Dignity Health leadership to align IT customer service practices and
systems with the company’s objectives

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Interacts
extensively and builds relationships with internal technology teams and customers
at the Manager level.

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Support
the technical service restoration effort for any service release issues and/or
lead service restoration calls.

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Assist
in coordinating training and development for the Service Desk.

Available to work irregular work hours as necessary
including weekends, holidays, evenings and nights

Reporting Relationship:
  • Report to the Production Control Performance
Director

Specifications:
Experience

Minimum

Required:
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5+
years’ experience in technology and or application development

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5+
years’ experience in program or project management

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5+
years of experience working hands-on with all aspects of the SDLC

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5+
years of experience working with multiple cross-functional teams in a highly
collaborative environment.

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Strong
process-oriented and analytical skills

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Strong
written and oral communications skills

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Familiar
with ITIL/COBIT

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Experience
with Service Management tools

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Leadership
experience in team delivery of program objectives

Preferred/Desired:
Education

Minimum Required:
·
Bachelor’s
Degree in business or science or another related field (s) of study such as
Management Information Systems, or equivalent IT professional certifications
in: ITIL, COBIT or other related certifications.

Preferred/Desired:
Special Knowledge, Skills, Abilities

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Experience
with ITIL with focus on Release Management

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Ability
to navigate complex corporate processes

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Healthcare/Financial
Industry experience

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Process
improvement background/experience desired (ex: Six Sigma, Lean etc)

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Proficiency
with MS Project

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Proficiency
with MS Visio

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Prior
QA management experiences

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Understanding
of IT-specific project practices including SDLC.

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Ability
to adapt to shifting priorities, demands, and tight timelines through
analytical and problem-solving capabilities.

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Experience
with managing to a project methodology.

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Advanced
interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.

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Experience
in developing and deploying project best practices, policies, procedures, and
processes.

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Demonstrated
vision in problem solving.

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Advanced
knowledge of Microsoft Project

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Understands
that quality means "fit for use" AND suitability to need

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Ability
to manage to a solution and not just a checklist

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Understanding
of how managed projects align with strategic vision

About Us

About
Dignity Health

Dignity
Health, one of the nation’s five largest health care systems, is a 21-state
network of nearly 9,000 physicians, 55,000 employees, and more than 380 care
centers, including hospitals, urgent and occupational care, imaging centers,
home health, and primary care clinics. Headquartered in San Francisco, Dignity
Health is dedicated to providing compassionate, high-quality and affordable
patient-centered care with special attention to the poor and underserved.
In 2013, Dignity Health provided nearly $1.7 billion in charitable care and
services. For more information, please visit our website at

www.dignityhealth.org

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Organization

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Dignity Health

Primary Location

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Arizona-Arizona Service Area-Phoenix-Corp Office - PHX

Work Locations

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Corp Office - PHX

3033 North 3Rd Ave

Phoenix

85013

Hours Per Pay Period

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80

Shift

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Day

Employment Type

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Full Time

Work Schedule

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8HOUR

Number of Openings

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2

Area of Interest

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Information Technology (IT)

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