Oracle Adoption Manager II in Des Moines, Iowa
As a member of the Consulting organization, you are responsible for ensuring that a quality, integrated software solution is delivered in a timely manner, at budget, and to our client's satisfaction. This involves working closely with the client to understand and manage their expectations, as well as working closely with Oracle and third-party vendors to ensure delivery.
Create and manage an overall project plan (including budget, structure, schedule, and staffing needs) for one or more Oracle engagements. Monitor and report progress/changes against the plan. Drive implementation by providing motivation and direction.
Duties and tasks are standard with some variation. Completes own role largely independently within defined policies and procedures. A BS or BA in related fields. 3 - 6 years overall experience in functional or technical role.
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The Strategic Analytics and Adoption Team is looking to expand with a new Adoption Manager II. As an Adoption Manager II, you lead successful adoption delivery for clients to maximize end-user efficiency, and satisfaction. You will analyze and present data to identify areas of opportunity, lead internal and external client stakeholders to develop and execute complex adoption plans, and achieve client goals. You will localize the client support plan by understanding adult learning principles, and leveraging behavior change techniques. A successful Adoption Manager will manage financials, operations, and other capital for complex projects based on contract terms, and propose resolution strategies for project risks, escalating as appropriate. As a leader on the team, you will analyze and report to internal and external client stakeholders on progress, key performance indicators, and value achieved.
Our vision is to improve client outcomes through strategic consulting resulting in a better clinician and patient experience. We are excited for you to join our innovative team!
At least 6 years total combined related work experience and completed higher education, including:
At least 1 year healthcare information technology (HCIT) consulting, HCIT support, project/program management, client relationship management and/or other client-facing or HCIT solution work experience
At least 5 years additional work experience directly related to the duties of the job and/or completed higher education
High School Diploma
Bachelor's degree or equivalent relevant work experience
Master's degree or equivalent relevant work experience
Project Management Professional (PMP) - Project Management Institute (PMI)
Perform other responsibilities as assigned
Willing to travel up to 80% as needed
Willing to work additional or irregular hours as needed and allowed by local regulations
Work in accordance with corporate and organizational security policies and procedures, understand personal role in safeguarding corporate and client assets, and take appropriate action to prevent and report any compromises of security within scope of position
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