Bachelors degree in computer science, information technology, engineering or related field with experience in IT; OR
Equivalent combination of education and experience.
At least ten (10) years experience in a complex technology environment, including hands-on experience with process improvement; technical vendor collaborations; development of technology integration and development proposals.
Experience as an Architect managing and implementing large scale information system projects.
Experience managing an IT development and support team, including budgeting and financial reporting; progressively responsible positions managing technology development.
Documented experience in developing and successfully advocating for technical architectures within a large, complex organization and collaborating with technical leads in the implementation and maintenance stages.
Proven record of technology virtualization deployment, including storage, server, backup, and network.
Experience with IT Service Management frameworks, including ITIL, and modern project management approaches.
Proven record of system monitoring and operational automation resulting in measurable reduction in resource requirements.
Proven record of technology integration resulting in synergy between systems and documented economies within operational costs
Prior experience with implementation of complex enterprise applications and databases; clinical records systems; infrastructure setup/configuration projects, quality assurance processes and controls, and implementation of overarching virtualization technologies.
Job Related Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Broad range of knowledge of applications and vendors
Knowledge of the academic healthcare environment.
Effective leadership of highly skilled technical personnel in overseeing the development and implementation of systems.
Ability to operate in a highly stressful environment, demonstrating good judgment and creative/original thinking to address the demands of the business.
Skilled in vendor negotiations.
Ability to influence, motivate and provide clear direction.
Skilled in overseeing multiple projects with budget responsibilities.
Demonstrated skill in proposing operational and capital budgets with proven economic advantages.
Significant organizational and management skills, specifically within a large organization.
IT project/program management experience to successfully manage small and large-scale applications projects
Must have excellent communication, analytical and organizational skills: both verbal and written.
Ability to use tact and diplomacy to maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to work independently, and as part of a team, while being collaborative in resolving problems.
Must have demonstrated excellent customer service skills both on the phone and in person.
Must have a thorough understanding of industry standard principles of project management such as those defined in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (published by Project Management Institute).
Must have thorough understanding of Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodology and the ability to apply this methodology to manage and implement complex, large-scale information systems projects.
Must have knowledge of complex applications and databases including enterprise financial and human resource applications; clinical records systems; and facilities management (HVAC and Security) systems and the underlying technology platforms that support them.
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