AMIA offers a competitive salary, benefits, and 401K with a generous match.
4 Year Degree
The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) is seeking a Database Manager to serve as the lead internal subject matter expert on the Association Management System (AMS) and all related integrations. The Database Manager will work across the organization to ensure the AMS meets the needs of the membership and individual departments. In addition, the Database Manager will be responsible for small projects as assigned by the director.
Based on the duties described below, this is a full-time, exempt, fully remote position.
Reports to the Senior Director, Information Technology.
Serve as the primary internal subject matter expert for AMIA’s AMS (Salesforce/Fonteva).
Work with Director for IT, business units and vendors to identify areas for improvement and implement enhancements.
Develop and manage custom reports that meet business unit reporting requirements.
Responsible for troubleshooting technical issues, bugs, or errors encountered by staff and/or members.
Create new fields, forms, and flows, as needed.
Assist in the testing of 3rd party integrations with the AMS and SSO. Monitor and troubleshoot, as needed.
Provide training and written/video documentation (SOPs) for staff to ensure consistent use of the database, according to data governance polices and standards
Contribute to the development of data governance policies and standards, including data definitions, data-related business rules, data trends, and testing methods. Ensure consistent application and data hygiene, including but not limited to deduping, data audits, and data consistency checks.
Monitor and administer AMS security, in coordination with the Sr. Director, IT, including adding and removing users and regularly testing for security issues.
Lead cross-functional teams to implement and maintain required enhancements of the AMS and reporting infrastructure to achieve business goals and objectives
Perform regular data hygiene activities in the AMS including but not limited to deduping, data audits, and data consistency checks.
Create and manage departmental dashboards to aid in KPI tracking
Manages smaller projects as assigned by the director. Project management activities include project initiation, planning, collaborating with the project team to execute against the plan, monitoring & controlling tasks and deliverables, and performing project closeout procedures.
Address or escalate to senior director any issues preventing projects from achieving
Other duties as assigned
Education – college degree preferred
Knowledge – understanding of the importance of accuracy and access to data and reporting to inform strategy and business decisions.
Work Experience – 2+ years experience preferred
Technical Skills – experience with Association Management Systems (Salesforce) strongly preferred; knowledge of databases and relational data structure required.
Conditions – Possible travel to annual meeting in November; possible occasional extended hours as required.
AMIA ® (American Medical Informatics Association ®) is a community committed to the vision of a world where informatics transforms people’s care. Over the last 35 years, the use of informatics has grown exponentially to improve health and to make better healthcare decisions. Today, informatics is the key to accelerating the current goals of healthcare reform.
Every day millions of people benefit from informaticians' ability to accelerate healthcare’s transformation by collecting, analyzing and applying data directly to care decisions. Data produced throughout health and healthcare is the driving force of informatics and its ability to innovate critical advancements that directly benefit people. AMIA’s members are critical to discovering these insights, which is why AMIA is committed to being the professional home for the informaticians of today and the driver of informatics’ future.