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.
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.
Project Manager - (3104611)
Incumbent will report to the Manager of the Partners HealthCare Information Systems (IS) Dana-Farber Cancer Center Institute (DFCI) Project Management Office (PMO). The project specialist provides strong project management knowledge and proven experience
for both the IS DFCI 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 Project Management Office (PMO) with proven methodologies and tools, and 3) to support Partners 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.
Clinical Business Manager - (3109210)
The Clinical Business Analyst reports to the Epic Clinical Applications Manager and is responsible for providing end user support, eliciting business requirements and working with the system build teams to implement enhancements and improvements to the
Epic end user community. This role will also have responsibilities of facilitating system changes, executing user acceptance testing, and supporting Clinical IT and Health Information Systems initiatives and applications for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
(DFCI). This role will also lead small to large scale projects.
The position entails IT support and working closely with the DFCI user community and Partners eCare (PeC) to support and evaluate workflow process with software configuration, design and implementation for the Epic system. A working knowledge of SDLC,
Network/Technical basics, and software interfaces will benefit the candidate.