|Location||San Francisco, CA|
|Date Posted||November 28, 2018|
Our leading healthcare client is looking for Technical Architect to join their team on a 6-12 month contract to hire role in San Francisco, CA. Candidate should have experience in web/mobile/cloud software, web/mobile software language and object oriented software concepts and requires advanced knowledge of API/ESB/middleware and data interoperability standards in clinical research and healthcare.
Candidate will lead the architecture of enterprise IT infrastructure, up to and including the most complex and advanced, from conception to post deployment, while working on issues that impact design of future products or technologies. Will work independently developing IT strategies and technology roadmaps, up to and including the most complex and advanced, based on core IT, business and operating objectives. Serves in a senior advisory / consultative role for major IT projects and initiatives.
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· Design and implement a technology architecture that supports a UCSF Health program executing multiple, related projects to achieve strategic business goals. This means evaluating new and emerging technologies and solving for how these technologies can be integrated into UCSF’s existing architecture or replacing/upgrading key enterprise systems.
· Advise CDHI and UCSF Health leadership on technology needed to support future, strategic goals. Often this means translating business strategies into technology selection and assessing its feasibility for adoption and finding a path forward for implementation. These plans will often take several months, and in some cases, need to support a multi-year strategy. To effectively advise leadership requires the role to translate technological investment into ROI or competitive advantage.
- Advise project execution teams, especially those involving software/IT engineering, on best practices, or making recommendations on how to improve a project team’s ability to execute. This requires you to assess project team members capabilities, processes, communications, and dynamics and make recommendations for improvement.
· A department is working on a new, complex research program that is using blockchain, a new encrypted, distributed ledger technology that has never been used in the healthcare setting. The department needs your help to identify organizational hurdles that must be overcome in order to adopt the new technology for the program.