o Coordinating with vendors, external partners, and the clinical community to ensure information systems meets the organization's needs
o Creating reports and dashboards to support decision making by the clinical community, identifying relevant sources of data/evidence in order to assess the quality and benefits of information and draw appropriate conclusions
o Coordinating software updates and changes
o Identify and act on improvement opportunities to ensure optimization of systems
o Experience with a health information system would be an asset
o Delivering of periodic training sessions to Niagara Health staff
o Three year diploma or undergraduate degree in a health or computer related field
o Five years' experience working in a hospital or environment relating to health care would be an asset
o Registration or Health Information/Privacy with applicable healthcare affiliated professional college would be an asset
o Ability to multitask and process numerous requests under tight deadlines
o Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize
o Familiarity with System Access requirements and policies is an asset
o ITIL certification would be an asset
o Ability to learn new areas of unfamiliar territory in a fast paced environment
o Experience with Microsoft applications including Excel, Word and SharePoint
o Background/experience providing project or technology based support to a team
o Experience with hospital based computer systems
o Excellent communication skills with demonstrated ability to work with a wide range of stakeholders.
o Proven analytical skills with an aptitude for process evaluation and problem-solving.
o Ability to work effectively within a multi-disciplinary team.
o Flexible, self-directed and able to work effectively with minimal supervision.
o Consistent and regular attendance required.
o Proficiency in both official languages (English and French) will be considered an asset
o Vaccines (COVID-19 and others) are a new hire requirement of the job unless you have an exemption based on medical or on a ground pursuant to the Ontario Human Rights Code.