To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values—integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion—must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.
The individual will be responsible for designing, implementing, communicating, maintaining and enforcing an asset management solution. The solution will include process, policies, tools, enforcement practices and data analysis. Responsible for managing the tasks necessary to track, administer, recover and dispose of assets, in addition to analyzing asset information against contracts, software licenses and other data sources to ensure compliance.
Bachelor's degree and/or 5+ years of relevant experience required. Knowledge of asset management solution design, implementation, maintenance and enforcement is required, including process design, evaluation and selection of tools, reporting and data analysis.
Healthcare/hospital systems experience a plus. Experience in a customer service role. General working knowledge of software licensing and hardware configuration. Financial analysis and statistical skills required . Demonstrated ability to interact with all levels of employees. Ability to prioritize projects to meet deadlines as well as coordinate multiple projects simultaneously. Effective oral and written communication skills. Technical literacy (knowledge of computer and peripheral hardware usage, Windows' applications, e-mail, and In?ternet and the ability to learn organization-specific software).
Multitasking/managing multiple priorities or assignments simultaneously. Time management (ability to use available time and resources to address assigned tasks and customer issues). Gathering and analyzing then applying appropriate interventions to resolve an issue or come to a decision. Ability to actively listen, question appropriately, and provide feedback. knowledge and ability to interact with a variety of people in the workplace Understanding the relationship between this job and how the business and customers are impacted. Adapting to and handling changing situations and environments. Using effective interpersonal skills to resolve conflict situations.
Lifting & Carrying: Employee lifts and carries boxes of software material and computer equipment weighing up to 40 pounds frequently. Pushing & Pulling: Employee pushes carts with computer equipment around hospital daily. Moves equipment on desks and tables Body Positions ? sit, walk, stand: Employee stands and walks around hospital daily. Employee may stand for several hours at a time while working on computer equipment. Employee sits to perform some duties. Body Movements ? stoop, bend reach: Employee bends, squats, twists, and reaches to work on computer equipment and to get equipment/materials needed from shelves. Manual Skills: Employee uses hands to type on computer, to write and to teach basic computer skills. Hearing: Employee uses hearing to communicate on phone and in person, and to hear questions when problem-solving. Vision: Employee uses vision to show how to use equipment, to teach users, and to read. Other senses ? smell, taste, touch: No applicable Adverse Working Conditions: Frequent Travel: Employee may need to travel to Bridgeport Hospital offsites Long / Irregular Hours: Employee may need to work long hours to complete projects On Call: Employee may need to take call
As of the posting date, this position sits in North Haven, CT. However, the position is expected to move to Stratford, CT on or around October 1, 2017.