|Sr. Technology Integration Associate|
|Remote - US|
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Title/Position: Senior Technology Integration Associate
Department or Business Unit: Technology & Services
Reporting Structure: Director, Technology Integration and Optimization
Employment Type: FTE
Exemption Status: Exempt
Min. Experience: Mid-Level
Travel Required: 10%
Overview of the Role:
Privia’s Technology & Services, Integration and Optimization team gets our new providers up and running within the Privia ecosystem and provides ongoing IT support for providers and Privia teams. Our team is specifically responsible for coordinating all the work related to a new practice joining Privia – the team is the ‘quarterback’ for all IT onboarding activities: assessment of current IT equipment, installation of new hardware before go-live, implementation of interfaces to other healthcare partners (e.g. LabCorp and Quest), and migration of data from legacy systems into Privia. The team manages projects in all Privia markets across the country. This role, Sr. Technology Integration Associate, is specifically responsible for managing concurrent IT implementation projects, onboarding process improvement, and leading interface integration projects. The role reports to the Director of Technology Integration & Optimization
The Sr. Technology Integration Associate manages many tasks throughout the entire practice on-boarding process, most often coordinating among teams that do the heavy lifting. As a Sr. Associate, deep knowledge of the individual tasks isn’t required – this role is mostly about managing lots of tasks, escalating as needed, and communicating clearly. As a Sr. Associate, autonomy and leadership of projects is expected.
The Sr. Technology Integration Associate is an organized, resourceful project manager who can hit milestones and prepare pro-actively as a member of a multi-faceted team. They possess the skills to be able to explain how technology will support our providers and be confident in their interactions with medical professionals as well as vendors.
This role includes a lot of communication with doctors and their staff – the ideal candidate has strong communication skills, is able to present complex technical content to providers and help them arrive at informed decisions. They’re a determined project manager who pushes our partners to complete tasks on time with high quality. They also possess technical skills and are not afraid to learn new things. They’re a problem solver, thoughtful doer, and relentless pursuer.
Primary Job Duties:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
In order to successfully work remotely, supporting our patients and providers, we require a minimum of 5 MBPS for Download Speed and 3 MBPS for the Upload Speed. This should be acquired prior to the start of your employment. The best measure of your internet speed is to use online speed tests like https://www.bing.com/search?q=speedtest. This gives you an update as to how fast data transfer is with your internet connection and if it meets the minimum speed requirements. Work with your internet provider if you have questions about your connection. Employees who regularly work from home offices are eligible for expense reimbursement to offset this cost.
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