Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
In close coordination with senior leadership and project directors at ICAP, the Director of Informatics (Senior Staff Associate) is responsible for developing and implementing a strategic vision for electronic systems used to collect, manage, analyze, report, visualize and disseminate data collected by ICAP projects; overseeing and participating in the creation, maintenance, and advancement of ICAP supported software applications and health information systems; managing the budget and activities of the ICAP informatics team and consultants; working with ICAP end-users to deliver technical solutions that meet their requirements; and supporting proposal development.
Major accountabilities:Informatics (50%)
Develops approaches for routine data needs related to program monitoring and evaluation, surveys, surveillance, research and other activities
Leads the development and execution of solutions for new and/or existing applications or initiatives to support data collection, management, analysis, visualization, and use, including interoperable data systems to support case-based surveillance, geographical information systems to map key health indicators Reviews proposed modifications to existing systems and works with others to determine priorities, scope, and timelines
Oversees project scoping, timeline and budget estimation, resource planning and monitoring, project execution, and system support for all Informatics supported projects
Develop Informatics Service Center budget and unit cost for submission to the University
Monitors Informatics Staff time against budgeted allocations in consultation with ICAP's Operations Unit
Makes recommendations on third-party software as needed and manages relationship with vendors for ICAP in NY
Manages informatics staff and consultants through all aspects of application development and support
Ensures that appropriate technical support documentation is developed and made available for all internally developed data systems and supports training activities
Proactively maintain knowledge of recent developments such as health information exchange,
Internal Number: 5117
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