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Health Information Knowledge Base Manager
ICF seeks a Health Information Knowledge Base Manager to support our National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS)/ Office of Rare Disease Research (ORDR) client. ORDR coordinates and supports rare diseases research, responds to research opportunities for rare diseases, and provides information on rare diseases. ORDR supports the Genetic and Rare Disease Information Center (GARD) website to provide information about rare and genetic diseases to patients, their families and caregivers, and medical professionals.
The individual serving in this position will spearhead in the planning, development, implementation, improvement, and maintenance of knowledge management (KM) processes, procedures, and curating content through collaboration with subject matter experts (SMEs). The ideal candidate is a forward-thinking, innovative individual who understands the needs of the health information community. They should also be well versed in current knowledge management best practices and how to apply them to build organizational capacity on content management efforts.
- Lead the planning, development, implementation, improvement, and maintenance by creating plans and executing based on KM strategy.
- Work with SMEs and internal and external stakeholders to identify relevant, accurate content and generate standardized, reusable, and searchable content. Focus on quality assurance across all published content, including reviewing aging content and ensuring present relevance.
- Collaborate effectively in a cross-functional role by generating ideas, eliciting support, and gaining alignment across the project.
- Use tools and insights from reporting metrics pertaining to the program to assist leadership to drive process improvement.
- Based on recommendations from stakeholders, plan to institutionalize a KM system and develop clear KM workflow and processes.
- Define a set of procedures for curating the KM system, including file naming conventions, taxonomy and guidance with effective communication and enforcement
- Plan, define, implement, and monitor KM full life cycle (Acquire, Apply, Assess, Create, Identify, Refine, Disseminate, Retire) procedures and best practices of knowledge management content
- Develop training materials and change management plan to get stakeholders acquainted with and using the new KM systems and processes
- Assist with conducting knowledge-sharing meetings to effectively identify and communication knowledge gaps and then actively manage the creating and delivery of needed content.
- Create user stories, defining requirements and acceptance criteria for Salesforce and website developers in Jira.
- Establishes and maintains strong and productive relationships with key stakeholders ensuring that the service requirements of the business are understood and are incorporated into a framework of continuous improvement.
- Strong communicator that demonstrates the ability to understand client challenges and create impactful solutions.
- Ability to effectively manage client expectations, persuasively communicate complex issues, and interact and influence at all levels.
- Ability to prepare and present oral and written reports, presentations, recommendations and perform necessary research, or investigations.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with a proven ability to translate ambiguous questions or asks into actionable insights and deliver solutions.
- Self-starter and highly motivated, with a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.
- Highly organized person who is detail oriented.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to both lead and follow within a team.
- Team player who is passionate about their work and will actively contribute to a positive, collaborative environment.
- Proven track record of serving on high-performing teams and comfortable working in new areas managing ambiguity and pressure.
- Ability to work efficiently and collaboratively within a cross-functional team members in a fast-paced environment.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and shift priority as directed.
- Ability to prioritize and plan, balancing priorities and deadlines.
- Ability to independently investigate and quickly resolve complex issues with minimal guidance.
- Bachelor or master’s degree from an accredited college in an information technology, biomedical science, information science, public health, or related discipline with at least 5 years of professional experience in knowledge management for healthcare or research.
- General computer skills with a proficiency in MS Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.
- Familiar with Agile Methodology.
- Able to work well alone as well as within a cross-functional team primarily using tools such as Slack, WebEx, Zoom or Skype for Business when communicating with the team.
- Experience with the following is preferred: Salesforce, Jira, Trello, Mural, Visio
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