Reporting to the Director, IT Project Management the Project Manager - Security Operations will provide a wide range of operational and administrative support to the Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) IT team. The Project Manager - Security Operations will work with the Chief IT Operations Officer, the Chief Information Officer and the Chief Information Security Officer to improve overall information security operations and manage the implementation and optimization of new security projects. The Project Manager - Security Operations is a technologically adept, proactive, dynamic individual who has strong leadership skills, good management skills, a solid sense of teamwork and stellar communication skills. You will be asked to work side by side with our Information Security Office, Project Management Office and senior leadership team.
Works with the Chief IT Operations Officer, Chief Information Officer & Chief Information Security Officer on collaborative initiatives that support and facilitate health information technology usability, security and optimization in the medical center - 15%
Leads and operationalizes priority projects and initiatives including however not limited to Digital Health & Mobility - 15%
Ensures client satisfaction by collaborating with department leadership and staff on usability and optimization efforts to reflect "Best Practices" and to meet medical center guidelines Identifies user needs and develops targeted educational curriculum focused on optimizing clinical and business technologies - 15%
Lead, manage and oversee work effort related to the centralization of Certified IT Groups (CITGs) - 15%
Collaborate with the Infrastructure team to include ongoing security review of IT services - 15%
Implements methods for assessing and improving utilization of health IT applications and workflow to optimize security, performance and efficiency. Serves as a liaison between the IT team and medical center departments - 10%
Create agendas, set up meetings/webinars and take minutes as needed - 10%
Other duties as assigned - 5%
Requires a bachelor degree in Information Technology, Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field plus a minimum of 4 years of progressively responsible experience in a health care setting
Minimum of 7 years of progressively responsible experience in a health care setting
Project Management Professional certification required to lead projects leveraging a standardized, proven methodology
Epic certification in MyChart required to lead the Digital Health & Mobility initiatives
Strong interpersonal skills; ability to lead, interact, communicate and teach effectively with multiple disciplines within the medical center - leadership, physicians, nurses, office managers etc.
Ability to successfully prioritize multiple responsibilities and projects
Ability to anticipate problems and come to the table with proposed solutions
Excellent problem solving and investigative skills
Strong analytical skills and attention to detail
Excellent organization and time management skills
Health information technology experience
Health care operations experience
Proficiency in the following: Microsoft Office applications, including Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Visio
Graduate degree in relevant discipline
Comfortable working with C-suite
Ability to work independently and within a team setting
Ability to work in an ambiguous environment
Excellent verbal and written customer service skills
Strong presentation skills
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
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