JOB OPENING ID: 210486
ORGANIZATIONAL GROUP: Medical School
DEPARTMENT: MM Int Med-Nephrology
The Michigan Kidney Translational Medicine Core’s (MiKTMC) software team is seeking an IT planning manager to join our team. The MiKTMC software team provides tools for integrative data mining of kidney disease data from multiple studies. The individual will guide the development, maintenance, and administration of a portfolio of software tools which support analysis and interpretation of biological data, as well as manage the software team itself.
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What Benefits can you Look Forward to?
- Excellent medical, dental and vision coverage effective on your very first day
- 2:1 Match on retirement savings
The individual will be working in a leadership role, partnering with software developers, designers, data curators, research scientists, and other project managers, to steer the execution of our software projects. Specific responsibilities include:
- Aligning, connecting, leading, and supporting project teams throughout the development lifecycle
- Creating, maintaining, and adjusting project plans at multiple levels of granularity
- Communicating plans, timelines, progress, risks, and dependencies to teammates, collaborators, and external stakeholders
- Working with stakeholders and team members to prioritize and break down the roadmap
- Running planning activities (stand-ups, sprint planning, estimation, retrospectives, etc.)
- Directing and participating in data management activities
- Developing processes to review, approve, and promote data
- Preparing data for software releases
- Reviewing any changes made to the Knowledge Environment structure and contents
- Leading the software team’s quality assurance process
- Managing the multi-functional software development team, which includes design, data, and development resources
A successful candidate will have experience in healthcare informatics as well as experience working with software engineering teams.
- 10+ years combined professional and post-graduate experience in data, quality, and/or project management
- Experience in healthcare informatics
- Experience working with software development teams
- Familiarity with software project management software, ideally Jira
- Experience with people management
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Strong attention to detail
- Experience with high-throughput bioinformatic data and reference datasets
- Experience with Agile software delivery practices
- Experience with (and enthusiasm for) quality assurance
- Experience with data management
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Job Opening ID
IT Planning Manager
IT Planning Manager
Ann Arbor Campus
Ann Arbor, MI
MM Int Med-Nephrology
Posting Begin/End Date
1/14/2022 – 1/21/2022
The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory/affirmative action employer.