UCLA Health · Los Angeles, CAProduct Health & Well-Being $69100 - $136500 Per Year Posted 5 days ago
You can provide the tools necessary to deliver cutting-edge health care and groundbreaking research. As part of our Information Technology team, you’ll ensure that our medical professionals have access to the latest breakthroughs in technology, and you’ll play a key role in protecting our global patient community.
Under the general direction of the DGIT Director for Infrastructure, the Product Manager is responsible for conceiving, delivering, and withdrawing digital products for the David Geffen School of Medicine and Health Sciences. In this role, you will manage digital products and deliverables from conception of the the product through its decomissioning while collaborating with clients, developers and designers to bring the product to life. You will research and develop a good understanding of the customer’s needs, new technologies, trends in the market, and competitors to deliver well-vetted products to maximize business outcomes and you will ensure that services and products are well managed and adhere to appropriate standards and governance while providing support to the stakeholders. In addition, you will play an active role in developing, implementing, and maintaining/continuously improving the framework and toolset for product management within UCLA Health IT.
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
- 3+ years’ experience as a product or project manager in an academic or enterprise setting
- Experience working with IT teams and projects in a complex, matrixed organization
- Experience in problem solving and negotiating to produce positive outcomes
- Experience with handling heavy workload and constantly changing demands/priorities
- Effectiveness at leading through influence across multiple competing stakeholder groups, with above-average communication skills, both written and as a presenter.