The Informatics Cluster Program Manager will play a decisive role in operationalizing the major initiatives of the multi‐institutional CTSA grant. The successful candidate will demonstrate exceptional attention to detail, a rigorous focus on methodology and outcomes, a deep commitment to learning new technologies and informatics domain knowledge, and an indomitable attitude to getting things done.Working with Informatics Cluster Leadership and under the supervision of the Director for Applications Development, the Informatics Cluster Project Manager will:- Create and maintain a comprehensive catalogue of Informatics Resources,Tools, Governance Processes, Training, and Mentors across ITM institutions- Establish and Maintain a Cross‐ITM Data Governance Council, with regularmeetings, established processes, reporting structure, and ad hoc workingsubgroups- Work with the ITM Data Governance Council to establish and implement across‐institutional Data Provenance Model- Implement the sharing of informatics training across ITM institutions- Develop and Implement informatics training to meet emerging needs, utilizing existing institutional resources (e.g., UChicago Graham School) whereappropriate- Foster an Informatics Mentoring Community- Create, implement and oversee an application development strategy for new tools to facilitate clinical research cohort identification, protocol feasibilitytesting, recruitment, and the collection of research data within the EHR.- Align Informatics Cluster Activities with the CAPriCORN project, making use of PCORnet models and tools where appropriate- Test and disseminate ITM‐created informatics tools throughout ITMinstitutions, CAPriCORN, and the CTSA consortiumOther duties as assigned.
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