Senior Business Analyst

Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information - St. John's, NL (30+ days ago)

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(Temporary, Full-Time with possibility of extension)

About Us

What we do

The Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information (the Centre) provides quality information to health professionals, the public, researchers and health system decision makers. Through collaboration with the health system, the Centre supports the development of data and technical standards, maintains key health databases, carries out analytics and evaluation and supports health research. The Centre supports the regional health authorities, as well as the patients and communities they serve, in the delivery of information technology and eHealth services applied in the healthcare system to provide quality care. The Centre's mandate also includes the development and implementation of a confidential and secure provincial electronic health record as well as other provincial clinical information programs, including the change management required to support adoption by end user clinicians.

About the Role

Reporting to the Director, Information Management & Business Intelligence and working closely with the Manager, Data Lab, this position will be responsible for critically assessing the governance framework, process flows and use cases for multiple data environments and developing required documentation and materials to transition from project to operations.This position will be critical in the ongoing expansion of the Centre's data repository and Data Lab to include a broad range of population health data and servicing multiple data user groups, and to interface with multiple functional areas across the organization to ensure effective service delivery. Specifically, duties will include:

Developing business, operational and technical policies, procedures, materials and templates.
Working with technical resources and SMEs to develop training and educational materials.
Developing and evaluating business processes and service level agreements to ensure business requirements of the data lab are being met.
Working closely with technical, data management and analytical resources to support development activities of the data.
Gathering and documenting requirements for data acquisition into the provincial data repository and working with technical and analytical resources to ensure requirements are met.
Providing support for strategic planning and governance accountability for the data lab environments including development of reports and dashboards.
Developing supporting documents such as briefing notes for issues that may impact program priorities.
Providing recommendations to the leadership team as it relates to business processes, procedures, and overall support relating to data lab operations.
Identifying gaps and areas of improvement as it relates to service delivery processes and on-going sustainment of the data lab.
About You

Your Skills/Abilities

Superior communication (written and verbal)
Self-motivated and possess excellent time management and organizational skills
The ability to build and maintain effective business working relationships
Superior interpersonal skills
Strong ability to communicate meaningfully with both technical and business analytic resources
Ability to manage multiple tasks in an organized manner
Demonstrate excellent analytical and problem solving skills along with a strong attention to detail
Demonstrate an ability to plan and facilitate workshops; build consensus and facilitate solutions amongst a team
Ability to demonstrate a high level of judgement
Ability to function in high pressure, diverse, and changing environment
Strong awareness of privacy, security and confidentiality
Your Experience and Education

Bachelor's degree in Business or a related field.
A minimum of 5-7 years' related experience (preferably in a health related field).
Experience in the design, development and implementation of key performance indicators and reports (preferably in healthcare).
Experience working in an operational environment
Experience in a technical environment
Experience in policy and procedure development
Assets

Completion of business analysis course would be considered an asset
Equivalencies may be considered.

Other Information

Compensation
HL-21 ($65,786-$85,522)

We Offer:
Health benefits and coverage available
Defined Benefit Pension Plan
Compressed and flexible work arrangements
Six weeks paid-leave for new employees
An innovative, energetic and forward thinking workplace culture
Competition Number (please quote in application)
2019 SBA 043

To Apply
https://www.nlchi.nl.ca/index.php/careers

Closing Date
November 14, 2019

Only candidates selected for interview will be contacted.

Applicants agree that by providing personal information in response to this ad, they consent to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information required for the purposes of recruitment. Personal information will be used solely for the purpose of recruitment considerations for a period of one year following closing date of this competition, unless otherwise noted by the applicant.