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Senior Business Analyst

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

This is a Contract position in Villa Rica, GA posted November 22, 2022.

Job Description
– Senior Business Analyst (3218093) Senior Business Analyst
– ( 3218093 ) Reporting to the Director, Procedural Business Services, the Senior Business Analyst contributes to the management and understanding of the $120M budget and expenses within Perioperative Services.

Work relates directly to the specific needs and strategic goals of the clinical leaders as aligned with the mission of the department and the hospital.

Displaying a high degree of initiative and independent judgment, this individual brings attention to detail and ingenuity to various tasks including financial modeling, financial impact analysis, expense and revenue forecasting, and ad hoc reports.

The senior analyst will manage existing reporting vehicles and create new ones as necessary to communicate key metrics and concepts to a variety of audience members and will serve as a department representative in various initiatives.

The senior analyst serves as the manager for the New Product process and is responsible for reporting relative to variances driven by the introduction of new technology in the procedural environment.

The position requires strong project management, analytic skills, organizational skills, discretion and judgment to organize priorities, complete tasks and handle confidential information, and interpersonal interactions.

To execute initiatives, the Senior Analyst must collaborate with Physicians, Information Systems (IS), Finance, Central Sterile Processing & Supply (CSPS), Nursing, Clinical Engineering and Mass General Brigham Supply Chain as necessary.

Perioperative Services is a constantly growing and evolving collaborative department and this individual may be called upon to lend expertise to other ongoing work both within the department and the hospital.

The work done at MGH often informs larger initiatives at Mass General Brigham and member institutions.

New ideas and approaches are encouraged and welcomed in all aspects of work.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities: Shepherd all product requests through the MGH Procedural Product Review Process.

Lead multidisciplinary workgroups focused on inventory changes for reusable medical devices, implants, and disposable supplies and associated equipment utilized in the MGH Operating Room and other MGH Procedural locations.

Receive requests, validate completeness, and work to gather and collate primary data necessary to analyze requests.

Become versed in the types of data that are available and necessary in various hospital datasets and create positive working relationships with data owners.

Facilitate progress, communicate status, actively manage and maintain the Inventory Change Hub to drive workflows.

Take direction from leaders within CSPS to accomplish tasks.

Provide smooth hand off to operational teams for implementation but remain engaged to ensure timely completion of work Ensure the production of meaningful and professional reports, and the coordination of a timely meeting series.

At the close of all meetings, summarize key findings and present to senior department leadership.

Report on impact of new technology in the procedural space to the operational and capital expense budgets.

On occasion expand analysis to include hospital and network financial performance.

Maintain visibility and communicate with OR and procedural staff.

Occasionally present in front of small groups and frequently interact on a one-on-one basis with clinical staff.

Create forward facing materials and information packages that clearly summarize and illustrate work.

Advocate for technology needs and act as a highly knowledgeable liaison for the introduction of technology.

Identify and elevate vulnerabilities in processes to allow for improvement and increased efficiencies.

Monthly Financial Reporting Review statements with leadership and recommends/implements measures for cost containment/resolution of financial overruns as appropriate.

Responsible for working with stakeholders to prevent, identify and resolve projected overruns and for resolving any deficits in a timely manner.

Develop reporting mechanisms and tools to bring attention to financial health of department and engage community in necessary action and response.

Annual Capital and Operating Budget As part of the administrative team, work with senior department leadership assisting in preparation of the annual capital budget for Perioperative Services locations.

Monitor capital projects and expenditures throughout the year and facilitate requests for off-cycle projects.

Participate in the OR Cost Awareness effort with new approaches and projects aimed at increasing awareness of cost drivers in the Operating Room and reduction of variation in surgical costs.

Additional Duties and Functions: Conceptualize and perform a variety of financial analyses (e.g.

cost variation, expense trends, value analysis).

Prepares and presents various statistical reports, cost analyses and budget justifications.

Oversees expense management issues; performs comparative analyses.

Develops and implements strategies for cost containment.

Research all data issues with appropriate representatives from other departments and affiliates.

Provide guidance and instruction to other analysts as needed.

Accommodate the varying needs of the department on as needed basis.

Develops customized reports to address specific questions raised, summarizing findings in report or presentation format.

Must possess a college degree (Bachelors) with 2-4 years’ experience in a healthcare business setting.

Knowledge of Financial analysis preferred Ability to work independently, prioritizing multiple tasks Ability to read, analyze and interpret financial and operation data Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from management Strong working knowledge of Smartsheet, database (Access, SQL Server), financial (Excel) and data visualization (Tableau) software a must Ability to manage multiple projects concurrently Strong interpersonal skills Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead.

Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.

Primary Location Work Locations MGH Main Campus Job Finance/Accounting Organization Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH) Schedule Full-time Standard Hours 40 Shift Day Job Employee Status Regular