Why Mayo Clinic
Are you passionate about driving transformational change to adopt industry leading solutions, improve service delivery, optimize the utilization of automation, and increase efficiency and reliability? If so, be prepared to do just that as a Vice Chair of Mayo Clinic's Information Technology Infrastructure team! Play a key role in the modernization of Mayo Clinic's IT Infrastructure. In this role, you will be a member of the IT executive team, report to the Information Technology Department Chair and partner with the Chief Information, Chief Technology and Chief Information Security Officers, physicians, department chairs, administrative colleagues and allied health staff across Mayo Clinic.
The Vice Chair will be responsible for development and implementation of strategies for a modern, robust, reliable, cost-effective and innovative IT Infrastructure capability that will serve Mayo Clinic enterprise-wide. This includes responsibility to:
Collaborate with customers, executive leadership and IT divisions to align IT infrastructure strategic and operational plans with overall Mayo Clinic direction
Provide executive oversight to divisions that manage data centers, networks, telecommunications, and endpoint devices operated by Mayo Clinic or by partners and vendors.
Partner closely with the Chief Technology Officer and the Chief Information Security Officer to develop strategies to assure any system operating inside or outside the Mayo Clinic data center or networks meets Mayo standards for performance, resilience, integrity, privacy and security.
Lead implementation of infrastructure management, such as outsourcing, cloud-based systems, virtual systems operation and management
Implement security and privacy policies, in coordination with the Chief Information Security Officer
Ensure operating integrity of all Mayo Clinic production systems so they perform according to specification with respect to quality and integrity of data, resilience, system performance and availability.
Develop operating expense and capital budgets aligned with the organization's overall goals and objectives
Drive workforce transformation, essential to adoption of modern computing infrastructure
A master's degree in technology management, business, health care administration, or related field with ten years of progressive administrative leadership experience is required. Additional requirements include:
Demonstrated ability to partner with senior leadership
Exceptional business and political acumen
Demonstrated ability to effectively drive transformational change
Strong interpersonal communication, team building and collaboration skills
Demonstrated ability to consolidate multiple related activities into a comprehensive program
Demonstrated ability to effectively manage budgets and drive efficiency in operations
Experience in Healthcare Infrastructure management, LEAN management systems and administrative experience working with physicians, administrators and allied health staff is preferred but not required.
Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended.
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