One of the world’s most prestigious medical centers is seeking a smart and forthright Business Analyst who’s looking to move up the product manager track.
Interested in joining an extremely close-knit and super-smart innovation team that’s devoted to reinventing the patient experience? Are you a product management evangelist with agile chops who can think cross-functionally? If so, this role at an extremely tech-forward medical center could be the career-maker you’ve been looking for.
The medical center you’re joining has just overhauled its website to be extremely patient centered. Today you can find doctors, book appointments, email with staff, and learn about specialties in the blink of an eye. They continue to keep building an impressive tech team that has taken over product management and development work streams from the agency that built this still new site. At the same time, the team is continuing to drive new functionality required by stakeholders (e.g., department chairs) and updating many parts of their digital presence so the innovation is just beginning.
They continue to expand this team, in order to ensure that everything works smoothly and that new development projects can continue. And it all will start with you, their Business Analyst.
First off, this tech team runs in an Agile/Scrum environment, so excelling in that setting is key. In this role, you’ll interview stakeholders, connect the dots, identify patterns, and develop future roadmaps. You’ll develop user stories, capture business requirements, and conduct user acceptance testing, identifying, opportunities and gaps as you go. You’ll drive meetings with chairs, senior medical staff, and researchers and translate their ideas and concerns into meaningful actions.
You’ll be in charge of grooming an existing backlog, and helping with prioritization. (We’ll be honest: one way this job could go south is if you aren’t able to manage multiple priorities and issues. If you haven’t yet built up quite enough people skills to find out which of several tasks are most critical, this might not be the right place for you.)
You’ll be keeping track of the status of everything using JIRA, and you’ll need to have a clear vision of the project’s whole roadmap, and a good idea of how your work fits in.
Hired Gun Profile
Our client is after a detail-oriented executor with a big-picture orientation who’s also an intellectually curious problem solver. Most likely, you have already been a business analyst, or at least done substantial amounts of analogous work—and you may have worked at a digital company known for its customer-focused approach in the digital concierge world, such as ZocDoc, OpenTable, or at a place like Airbnb or Seamless.
You thrive on innovation and love the thrill of startups, but you also put a priority on the stability and cohesiveness of being part of a bigger team, and love to know that you are making a difference. Ideally, you should be passionate about the next generation of health-care innovation.
You should know JIRA or at least be able to show that you’re someone who can pick up on this and similar project management dashboards. And you have a strong preference for working in an Agile environment.
In this role, you can make a big impact—something that might not be as easy to do at less forward-thinking institutions. If you want to be part of a passionate team that cares about the next generation of healthcare, this gig is for you. You will also be an early lead on a team that will expand greatly in the next year.
An intriguing opportunity for analysts looking to gain product exposure and use their talents at a medical center that’s a leader in its field.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.