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Brigham and Women's Hospital | Boston, Massachusetts
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Job Description

The Brigham Digital Innovation Hub, or iHub as we fondly call it (and for it to fit on a business card), is an initiative within Brigham and Women's Hospital focused on creating and supporting a culture of digital innovation at the hospital, accelerating internal ideas, and solving hospital challenges with novel digital tools. We are infatuated with discovering digital solutions to solve our industry's biggest challenges and are passionate about how digital innovation can transform care delivery.

We're on a mission to find the newest member of our awesomely innovative team: a warm and hyper-organized Jack (or Jane)-of-all-trades to join us as our Operations Analyst. This position, as both the physical and virtual face of iHub, requires a unique personality: insane organizational skills balanced perfectly with level-headed professionalism. If you're the standout candidate, you know who you are and don't apologize for it. You're obsessed with collaboration, entrepreneurship, snacks, and The Staples Store. Basically, you've never stopped loving displays of school supplies and your not-so-guilty-pleasure tv show is Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. An awesome party planner in a past life, you are now driven by an intense curiosity for digital health and innovation.

iHub is fueled by support and partnership. Everyone on our team cares deeply about working on behalf of our network of clinicians, administrators, researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs to create a massive impact on patient care. As the Operations Analyst, you have the added responsibility of helping everyone on our team, a kind of "force multiplier" if you're into superhero names (don't worry, it's extremely cool with us if you are). You will be responsible for managing, tracking, and monitoring the iHub's core functions to ensure our operational success. Additionally, you'll have touch points with many departments to support and foster digital health initiatives at the Brigham - be prepared to wear a lot of hats!

We're a small team that gets a lot done through hard work and a healthy dose of fun to keep us all sane. We are proud of being so nimble that we dance circles around a traditional corporate setting, accomplishing twice the amount of work in half the time (and looking oh so good doing it). So, if you can move fast, staying light on your feet while retaining a strong self-driven streak, don't mind getting your hands dirty (literally), and can collaborate, you'll succeed here. We'll be the first to say this isn't your average health tech gig. We are a quirky bunch and it can get crazy sometimes but knowing that we're helping care for patients and shaping the future of digital health more than makes up for it. That and some awkward but well-meant fist bumps.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Provide business analysis and project management

* Consult with hospital leadership, conduct primary and secondary research, and synthesize information to analyze hospital needs and determine project specifications
* Conduct business analysis including market and root cause analysis to craft business proposals and recommendations
* Track, analyze, and report on project metrics and performance
* Exercise good judgement, attend to details, prioritize tasks, and problem solve under pressure of deadlines and resource constraints and changing priorities
* Liaise with relevant internal and external stakeholders to manage weekly tasks and keep projects on track, jumping in to move things forward wherever necessary
* Work both independently on a self-directed basis as well as in project-based team environment with cooperation and interaction with various team members, clinicians, staff, and leadership
* Communicate effectively complex data/ideas to all levels of management
* Support special projects and extend project support as needed to both Medical and Managing Directors

Multiply team efficiency

* Provide strategic planning and operational support for onsite events and major ecosystem engagement efforts
* Triage inbound interest from innovators and startups, move projects through the pipeline, and track all relationships in iHub's collaboration tool
* Schedule and support quarterly team events and annual retreats
* Maintain iHub's onboarding program and manage the onboarding of new hires
* Support recruiting efforts; conduct online diligence, communicate with candidates, scheduling in-person interviews
* Coordinate schedules to facilitate key meetings with hospital leaders and prospective industry partners

Manage general operations

* Support and build cross functional relationships with key partners across the organization. Continuously get to know new Brigham clinicians, scientists, and leaders. Learn about their work, problems, and ask the question - What are you innovating?
* Plan, anticipate needs, organize, and monitor operational, technical and financial components of the iHub, including
* Managing the setup of the Innovation Studio space
* Tracking operational finances of the department
* Monitoring the inventory of the facility, including digital subscriptions, equipment, and supplies
* Coordinate submission of timesheets and expense reports
* Oversee iHub Innovation Studio space, managing people-flow; interfacing with guests ranging from fellows, clinicians, and partners to investors and entrepreneurs; coordinating arrival logistics; and welcoming guests
* You have a bachelor's degree: You're a recent college graduate looking for a high value job relevant to your career ambitions
* You have the technical chops: competence with Microsoft Office and ability to learn new technology quickly
* Experience with project management: you can apply slick ninja skills to assist with multiple projects at once, and prioritize in the face of numerous opportunities without ever missing a beat
* Prior work experience in an operations role or as an administrative / management intern or fellow is a big plus

Skills/Abilities/Competencies Required:

* You're passionate about digital health
* You're resourceful and scrappy
* You have a natural inclination to explore and use creativity and curiosity to problem solve
* You have excellent organization skills, analytical skills, and ability to think on your feet
* You're detail oriented to a fault with projects but never lose sight of the bigger picture
* You can take charge of a project, and make decisions with limited information
* You easily convince others to prioritize and deliver on your asks of them
* You're passionate about helping those around you and fostering a welcoming ambience
* You're confident and sophisticated in written and oral communications
* You're highly flexible, comfortable working within an evolving structure, and able to re-establish priorities as they change
* You have a thirst for knowledge and a passion for healthcare, innovation and creativity
* You can be comfortable in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment, while simultaneously understanding the needs, process and mindset of a large organization

About Brigham and Women's Hospital

Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) is a 757-bed nonprofit teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School and a founding member of Partners HealthCare, an integrated health care delivery network. In July of 2008, the hospital opened the Carl J. and Ruth Shapiro Cardiovascular Center, the most advanced center of its kind. BWH is committed to excellence in patient care with expertise in virtually every specialty of medicine and surgery. The BWH medical preeminence dates back to 1832, and today that rich history in clinical care is coupled with its national leadership in quality improvement and patient safety initiatives and its dedication to educating and training the next generation of health care professionals. Through investigation and discovery conducted at its Biomedical Research Institute (BRI), BWH is an international leader in basic, clinical and translational research on human diseases, involving more than 860 physician-investigators and renowned biomedical scientists and faculty supported by more than $416 M in funding. BWH is also home to major landmark epidemiologic population studies, including the Nurses' and Physicians' Health Studies and the Women's Health Initiative.

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