University of Rochester Sr Manager Enterprise Applications - 225682 in Rochester, New York
Sr Manager Enterprise Applications
Full Time 40 hours Grade 056 URMC Imaging IT
8 AM-5 PM; SOME WKNDS/HOL
Plans, develops, and directs University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC, UR Medicine) institution-wide activities associated with the implementation of clinical enterprise applications. Responsible for overall management of Radiation Oncology Systems, (Rad Onc) Cardiology Informatics (CI), and Enterprise Applications (EA) teams. Ensures project target dates are met on-time and within budget. Proactively identifies project risks and develops a risk management plan for mitigating those risks. Ensures those resources provide efficient and effective operations. Provides key design and consultation on clinical workflow as it relates to the utilization of IT systems.
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
Oversee’s Rad Onc, EA nad CI Application teams. Fosters a high-performing environment by focusing on inter and intra-team collaboration, employee career development and advancement planning, and leading by example. Serves on URMC and IT leadership committees as assigned. Oversee the application teams in their role as app admins. Serve as an escalation point for team. Review sizable proposals from team members and provide management sign off. Hire, train, consult, review and discipline as required. Manage on call schedules and ensure adequate coverage for after-hours support and project go lives. Assess resource impact from upcoming projects and identify and manage risks. 20%
Formulates and prepares project plans with activities, dependencies, dates and timeframes, resource requirements, milestones and deliverables. Monitors progress of project activities and insures all critical implementation criteria are met and provides status reports to hospital, medical center and integrated delivery system steering committees. Manages project scope and timeline. Approves and escalates material deviations from scope and plan as appropriate. 20%
Application Administration - Recommend and implement process improvement and strategic solutions. Including continually analyze the workflows seeking ways to proactively improve efficiencies. Identify existing and potential problems, opportunities for improvement, and ways to enhance the level of service provided. Formulate strategies in response to the conditions uncovered. Evaluate strengths and benefits, as well as weaknesses, issues, costs and impacts of alternative strategies. 15%
Provide systems analysis and area expertise required to support the implementation of enterprise wide systems and new business initiatives. Conducts feasibility studies, prepares analyses and presents recommendations to Hospitals and Medical Center senior leadership. 15%
Serve as Enterprise Applications incident response “Supervisor” for critical enterprise applications and infrastructure, 5%
Stakeholder relationship management including the creation and fostering of relationships with relevant clinical and operational senior leadership. Maintains close ties with information systems vendors, assuring appropriate delivery of software, systems, support, and implementation activities as specified in contracts. 5%
Maintains a broad knowledge of current and future applications and standards including CVIS, workflow managers, Material Fetal Medicine, Cancer treatment and planning, Dietary, and advanced imaging post processing in order to meet growing demands for information integration and technology. 5%
Develop succession planning strategy within the enterprise Applications team to ensure employee engagement and satisfaction as well as prepare staff to move in to ever increasingly critical roles. 5%
Builds and maintains internal departmental relationships, while communicating and educating at the user’s level, in the context of the environment. 5%
Adheres and subscribes to the ISD Values as stated in the Values Statement. Follows all ISD administrative standards (such as timely time sheet preparations, completing time away requests, completing annual mandatory educational requirements, etc.). 5%
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education Required:
- Bachelor's degree in Information Sciences or equivalent; 4-5 years management level experience in a financial services setting including automated systems; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Graduate degree preferred
- Or equivalent combination of education and experience
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Preferred:
Advanced level of PACS, CVIS, Rad Onc, MFM experience highly preferred.
Experience with clinical workflow as it relates to an IT system highly preferred.
Advanced level of PC and Macintosh experience and understanding of networks, LAN's, WAN's, and servers preferred
Strong oral and written communication skills, effective questioning, listening, and analytical skills, strong interpersonal skills
Healthcare and project management experience highly preferred.
Certified Imaging Informatics Professional preferred.