DFCI Collaboration & Productivity Tools Specialist - (3101412)
This position reports to the Senior Manager, Strategic Planning & Performance (SPP), at Partners Healthcare (PHS) Information Systems (IS) and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI). The Collaboration & Productivity Tools (CPT) team within SPP administers and supports a suite of tools that evolve with the needs of DFCI.
The specialist oversees the review, provisioning, support, and training of collaboration tools within both the IS DFCI department and the institute in areas impacted by and benefitting from IS systems and services. S/he will serve as a key institutional resource for gathering business needs and understanding collaboration tool functionality and limitations to help teams apply the best solutions for productivity and efficiency. The specialist will help manage the catalog of collaboration tools supported by DFCI IS, working in conjunction with applicable Partners IS resources. S/he will be proficient in numerous tools and provide consultative guidance to both IS staff and DFCI business users.
Director of Epic Training & Performance (2019-14140)
The administrative leader is responsible for the operational oversight and program structure support for the integrated DFCI Epic Program and management of the Information Services (IS) Training & Performance team.
Senior Business & Reporting Analyst - Philanthropy Systems - (3094228)
The Senior Business Analyst/Applications Analyst II on the Information Services team supports the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Division of Philanthropy & the Jimmy Fund. In this role, the analyst will provide project, application, reporting, and data
analytics support in a fundraising and events systems environment. The Analyst will gather and analyze user/business and data requirements, write specifications, reports, and mailing lists. Prior fundraising reporting experience helpful.
RTLS Applications Analyst I - (3063938)
The Application Analyst I reports to the Manager of the Dana-Farber Ancillary Systems team, and will be responsible for supporting the following Dana-Farber applications: real time locating system (RTLS); VIA Oncology; Act.MD; and other applications where
needed. The focus of the incumbent will be to support the end-users of the applications to ensure the systems are performing at the level needed to both maintain clinical operations and support patient care.
The incumbent will be expected to perform site-level testing of the applications s/he supports; work with the end-users and vendors on updates and workflow changes; Epic integration testing; and managing small projects as well as being an
individual contributor on project teams.
Information Security Analyst I - (3070202)
The Information Security Analyst is a key team member in Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s (DFCI’s) information security program and activities. The Analyst is accountable to the Information Security Officer within Information Services. The Analyst is responsible
for helping manage the Information Security program, including handling routine information security investigations, reporting, monitoring, and improvement efforts. The Analyst is primarily responsible for assisting with special IS&P projects, risk
management activities, preparing training and education materials, and conducting outreach measures. The Analyst will assist in monitoring and developing IS&P policies. The Analyst will work in coordination with the Privacy Officer, Chief Compliance
Officer and Chief Information Officer. The Analyst will assist the Privacy Officer as needed, including support in privacy investigations, monitoring, and developing IS&P policies.
Applications Analyst II - Healthcare IS Software Applications - (3068900)
Incumbent will report to the Manager for Radiation Oncology Information Systems. The Applications Analyst II is responsible for the day to day coordination of assigned clinical information system tasks and the management of small to medium projects and/or
sub-projects. S/he will participate in the design, development, testing, implementation, and on-going maintenance of new and existing clinical information systems.
DFCI Applications Analyst I - (3065747)
The Applications Analyst I is an Information Systems professional on the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Information Services team supporting the Division of Development and the Jimmy Fund. The Applications Analyst I works collaboratively with business stakeholders,IS
team members, and vendors to implement and support fundraising systems. S/he owns multiple project efforts of small to medium complexity participating in and guiding the configuration, testing, implementation, and support of online applications.