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Position Summary / Career Interest:
The University of Kansas Health System is hiring System Administrators to join our Enterprise Imaging Team! This is a great opportunity for an individual seeking professional growth and career development.
As a System Administrator at The University of Kansas Health System, you will have the opportunity to utilize your IT knowledge and skillsets to indirectly impact patient care at the bedside. Our System Administrators support and collaborate with many of the nation's leading healthcare professionals, stakeholders and vendors.
The Enterprise Imaging Team is one of 5 System Administration teams that manages 300+ IT solutions for The University of Kansas Health System. On this dynamic and growing team - you will have the opportunity to oversee the full life cycle of our applications from building, implementing and assessing through to providing support and maintenance for end users at the bedside.
If you are seeking a rewarding opportunity that allows you to positively impact patient care - this is the position for you!
Leading the build and management of the infrastructure, as well as the assessment, implementation and support to our clinical end users.
Subject matter expert for assigned systems including design, interfaces, end-user workflows, and end-to-end system knowledge. Assess the impact of organizational change and identifies the opportunities and threats surrounding systems. Monitors vendor road-maps and communicates points of interest.
Communicates effectively with system vendors to maintain working relationships and proper systems support.
Planning and scheduling system upgrades and updates. This also includes coordination with other HITS teams, vendors, users, interfaces, and other systems that feed or accept information from the system.
Protects hospital assets and information by maintaining secure systems. Follows organizational policies and processes surrounding access management, regulatory compliance, systems architecture, disaster recovery, vendor management, and others to support security and integrity of organizational and patient data.
Ability to perform analysis for new system requests. Utilizes technical knowledge to ask relevant questions during systems analysis to create implementation plans with mild supervision. Verifies the design and equipment required for implementation of new systems. Coordinate with all internal and external resources required to ensure new system installation adheres to hospital standards and meets regulatory requirements. Develops plans for migration, consolidation, or archiving of data from legacy system where applicable.
*Multiple opportunities available!
entation of new systems. Coordinate with all internal and external resources required to ensure new system installation adheres to hospital standards and meets regulatory requirements. Develops plans for migration, consolidation, or archiving of data from legacy system where applicable.
Project Management: Functions as a project manager on projects deemed to not require an assigned project manager from the Project Management Office. Have the ability to follow the correct PMO process and complete appropriate PMO documentation. Coordinate with PMO to ensure the PMO time tracking is setup and hours are documented in the PMO system. Ensure appropriate request for funding are completed. Coordinate other resources as required to complete the project.
Mentoring: Mentor, train, and share knowledge with team members. This may include training of new employees/interns, formal mentorships of level 1 Systems Administrators, and serving as a source of knowledge for Systems Administration tasks and staff.
*Must be able to perform the professional, clinical and or technical competencies of the assigned unit or department.
*Note: These statements are intended to describe the essential functions of the job and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities. Skills and duties may vary dependent upon your department or unit. Other duties may be assigned as required.
Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems or related field or 2:1 equivalent experience.
5 years of experience in a related Information Systems field
Master’s Degree in Information Systems or related field
3 years of experience in a healthcare setting
Technical certifications related to ITIL, Windows Administration, Linux Administration, or other IT or System related field of study.