Catholic Health Initiatives Data Scientist - Clinical Strategy in ENGLEWOOD, Colorado
Data Scientist - Clinical Strategy
Primarily responsible for developing advanced statistical
models that will provide insight to Supply Chain leaders, clinicians and
leaders from other stakeholder groups in an effort to optimize resources to
reduce cost for CHI. Works with analysts
in other functional areas to provide comprehensive models and recommendations
for data governance standards. Interprets data into concrete outputs and
recommendations to support supply chain initiatives.
Researches and developsstatistical learning models for data analysis, using both structured andunstructured data, including pricing, volumes, and attributes of differentmedical devices and supplies
Develops statisticalmodels that isolate key drivers of expense and quantify their impact
Develops reproducibleanalytics that draw insight from multiple data sources to provide leaders withcomprehensive understanding of business opportunities
Works with ClinicalDecision Teams to discuss data outputs
Produces forecasts foractivities, savings, and resources necessary to achieve Supply Chain targets
Creates data collectionmodels that generate insight to the magnitude of physician preference inregards to supply contracts
Works closely withanalysts and stakeholders in other CHI business functions to develop an analystcommunity, eliminating information gaps across functional areas
Contributes to the developmentof data governance standards
RequiredMaster’s or PhD in a related field (e.g., mathematics, statistics, computerscience, engineering)
Technicalskills in relevant software (e.g., SQL, Python, C )
Anequivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
Minimumof 5 years of related experience OR,
Ifno degree, a minimum of 5 years of related experience in the discipline;
Demonstratedanalytical experience or purchasing experience required.
Progressiveexperience in project management preferred.
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills andAbilities
Ableto function independently, adapt quickly to changing environments and open tonew ideas
Focuseson skill-building and role modeling at all levels of the organization to ensurea consistent approach to budgeting and analytics
Adoptsa continuous improvement culture, seeking to make good processes better and toelevate those that need work
Openand willing to engage other roles and departments when appropriate, includingDivision leaders
Capableof maintaining an independent perspective without losing collaborative nature,trust and respect
Knowledgeof advanced analytic tools, software and coding experience
Knowledgeof databases and programming languages to manipulate data
Abilityto extract, combine and organize large data sets
Abilityto prepare quick pointed summaries for executives and stakeholders
Knowledgeof the supply chain and healthcare operations is preferred
Capabilityto translate the technical aspects of quality to what it means for thebusiness, both top and bottom line
Mathematicalskills: Ability to work with mathematical concepts related to financial costanalysis.
Trackrecord of data-driven decision making, with a thirst for analytics and anability to incorporate insights from data sources into organizational strategydevelopment
Abilityto write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
Mustbe proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint Access and Outlook
Job Professional Non-Clinical
Primary Location COLORADO-ENGLEWOOD-DENVER INVERNESS
Daily Schedule 1
Scheduled Hours per 2-week Pay Period 80
Weekends Required Occasional
Req ID: 2018-R0188049
We’re an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.