We are seeking talented individuals who bring new perspectives and skills to our collaborative, multi-disciplinary teams. Our current opportunities include:
AIMI Center IT Project Manager
The AIMI Center seeks an IT project manager (Project Manager 2 – IT) with deep domain knowledge and experience in health informatics to provide complex project management and technical support to AIMI research projects, programs and initiatives. The PM-IT will bring highly specialized knowledge and expertise to manage multiple projects/programs, interfacing with our research team, our clinical and non-clinical partners, corporate partners, and institutional stakeholders.
Ideal candidates are adept at working with clinical/academic/industry faculty, trainees and collaborators; are experienced at managing a complex portfolio of clinical informatics and/or healthcare IT projects; and are exceptionally organized; highly motivated; savvy in developing and navigating relationships across multiple organizations; and capable of working independently. They have solid business skills, an inquisitive mind, an eye for excellence, and a track record of building effective systems and making sound decisions. They recognize new opportunities and challenges and approach them with a customer orientation and an entrepreneurial approach, thriving in a collaborative, fast-paced, and mission-driven team. Above all, they enjoy making a positive societal impact on human health, engaging with world-renowned faculty, and developing lasting relationships both internally and externally.
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