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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.

  • Business Analyst - Information Services - Philanthropy - (313885)

    The Business Analyst/Applications Analyst II on the Information Services team supports the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Division of Development & the Jimmy Fund. In this role, the analyst will provide project, application, and training support to users of fundraising and events systems. The Analyst will work on small to medium sized projects to gather and document user/business requirements, write specifications, and develop and execute test plans. The Analyst will conduct training classes, maintain training materials, and make education presentations to fundraising staff. Additional responsibilities include responding to application inquiries through a shared mailbox, managing and tracking requests, writing mailing list specifications, writing user documentation, and training users. The Analyst may also serve as project lead on projects as needed. Prior experience working in a fundraising environment is helpful.

    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.