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  • The Information Services (IS) Department at Dana-Farber is committed to providing high-quality information technology solutions to satisfy clinical, business, and research needs that support the mission of Dana-Farber. The Information Services staff members at Dana-Farber are dedicated to serving all of Dana-Farber's technological needs. Our department has approximately 150 staff members and we support a wide range of systems at Dana-Farber.

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    Project Manager

    Incumbent will report to the Manager, MGB HealthCare Information Systems (IS) in the Dana-Farber Cancer Center Institute (DFCI) Project Management Office (PMO). The project specialist provides strong project management knowledge and proven experience for both the DFCI IS department and the cancer institute in areas impacted by and benefitting from IS systems and services. The focus of this position is: 1) to serve as a project manager for medium-to-large-scale initiatives, 2) to grow and mature the PMO with proven methodologies and tools, and 3) to support MGB and DFCI staff in project management best practices through coaching, mentoring, and training. These skills will be leveraged to assist in the use and continued improvement of standards throughout DFCI. Standards include project charters, schedules, success metrics, system deliverables, processes, etc. The project specialist will assist teams in project design; aid in the periodic review and auditing throughout a project’s lifecycle; and guide projects in process content, application of tools, and knowledge management.

    Business Analyst/Applications Analyst II

    The Applications Analyst II position on the Information Services team supports the Division of Philanthropy at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute & the Jimmy Fund. In this cross-functional role, the analyst will perform a variety of application services supporting fundraising and events systems. The Analyst will work with users of both online fundraising and CRM systems to gather and document requirements, plan and execute small to medium sized projects, conduct data analysis, perform application testing, configuration tasks, and provide application support. Ability to work in a fast-paced application environment is essential. Prior experience working in a fundraising environment is helpful. Work effectively on teams comprised of business analysts, technical staff, subject-matter experts, and fundraising staff. Train users on fundraising applications, business processes, and related topics; Create and maintain appropriate application and training documentation. May conduct training presentations in-person or virtually.