AtlantiCare is seeking an IT professional, who has at least 7 years of experience negotiating and managing contract life cycles with an emphasis on technology or IT service agreements, to join our team.
• Manages the information technology contract life cycle, which includes changes and modifications and the enforcement of performance clauses, including incentives and remedies. • Acts as the key contact and subject matter expert for all technology contract-related and tender activities. This includes assisting with negotiating contract terms, conditions, modifications, incentives and remedies, while working with key stakeholders to ensure that their requirements are met. • Manages the contract execution process, resolving problems, mitigating delays, assisting with audits, mediating disputes and escalating issues. • Supports organizational goals by providing quality customer service, participating in performance improvement efforts, and demonstrating a commitment to teamwork and cooperation.
Requirements: • Bachelor's degree in related field. • Master's degree preferred. • Minimum of 7 years' experience with negotiating and managing contract life cycles with an emphasis on technology or IT service agreements. • Experience in managing large, complex contracts in one or more IT categories, including hardware, software, service and communication. • Experience working with all key clinical and operational departments (security, compliance, finance, tax, AP, legal and procurement), and knowledge of procurement and vendor management practices. • Ability to analyze and interpret qualitative and quantitative data. • Knowledge of IT concepts and systems. • Strong written, verbal, presentation, communication and interpersonal skills, as well as attention to detail and project management skills. • Experience working in healthcare IT environment preferred. • Connectional thinking experience that includes the ability to determine contractual and financial exposure, negotiate contracts and participate in the development of the asset management mission, goals and objectives. • Business acumen experience, including deep market knowledge of healthcare IT landscape vendors. • Vendor contract process development and vendor relationship management. • Internal workflow management.
AtlantiCare is southeastern New Jersey's largest employer. With approximately 5,500 employees and 900 physicians, AtlantiCare serves the southeastern New Jersey community in nearly 90 locations. AtlantiCare is proud to be one of a handful of healthcare providers in the United States who have received the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (awarded to organizations that demonstrate quality and performance excellence) and have attained status as a Magnet®-designated hospital.
At AtlantiCare, you are more than an employee — you're one of nearly 5,500 partners in a mission to build healthy communities in southeastern New Jersey. Whether you're a nurse caring for patients, a cook preparing food or a technician servicing computers, everyone plays an important role. Come join the region’s healthcare leader — an organization known for medical innovation and performance excellence.
AtlantiCare is a great place to work with excellent benefits and real opportunities for career growth. In fact, 94 percent of our employees say they would recommend working at AtlantiCare to friends or family.
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