Software Engineer - (3116935)
Dana-Farber (DFCI) leadership is supporting an IT strategic initiative to modernize the IT systems in the cell manufacturing (CMCF) and cellular therapies/BMT (CT/BMT) departments. The initiative focused on replacing existing IT systems and introducing
new applications to eliminate manual processes and dual entry. Most of the systems which needed to be upgraded/modernized have been replaced with newer applications. These new applications require a resource with a strong technical aptitude. Some,
but not all, of the tasks needed are extracting data for reporting, merging data from multiple systems into one extract/report, integrating data between multiple systems, assisting researchers in extracting complex data sets for grants and research,
developing views so business owners can do their own reporting, and assist the team responsible for moving the CMCF and CT/BMT data to a centralized warehouse (DR).
The person in this role will function as a technical leader for multiple, complex vendor and non-vendor applications and core utilities utilizing a demonstrated ability to deliver technical solutions to the problems and challenges inherent in related
projects. As such, s/he will be involved in all phases of project life cycle, assisting in the architecture and technical design, coding, implementation and deployment, maintenance, and support of assigned vendor and non-vendor products and systems.
Applications Analyst II - (3108690)
The analyst position will be primarily responsible for the day-to-day coordination of assigned clinical information system tasks, supporting end-users, resolving hardware issues, and working on issues related to data interfaces and integration points
between DFCI and our hospital partners. The analyst must develop an understanding of satellite operations and the uniqueness of each satellite compared to main campus. This role requires exemplary analytical skills and strong written and verbal skills.
He/she must be flexible and enjoy working on varied projects across user groups and systems. The right candidate will be a strong team member and enjoy working with committees, but also be able to work independently. The ability to interact effectively
with users at all levels; including senior management, physicians and nurses is a required skill.
Senior Manager - Information Services - Philanthropy - (3127778)
The Senior Manager oversees a portfolio of information technology products and/or services in support of Partners Healthcare and affiliate organizations. They work with leadership to set goals and objectives and oversees the work of one or more teams
to achieve those objectives. They lead large projects and other initiatives and/or directs others in the same.
The Senior Manager is responsible for developing and managing budgets in a manner consistent with the budget framework established by leadership. They are accountable for budget performance and identifying opportunities to improve cost-effectiveness.
The Senior Manager provides strong human resource management, including regular feedback, timely reviews, mentoring and career conversations. The are responsible for attracting, retaining , developing and engaging high quality staff.