Management Engineering and Consulting
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Management Engineering and Consulting, Mayo Clinic’s internal business consulting and management engineering team, has a Health Systems Engineer position currently open and is looking for you to join a team that actively seeks out and shares best practices, invests in your professional development, and offers unique opportunities for career growth. You will be given the creative freedom to find solutions to solve complex issues in health care. You will be challenged and intellectually stimulated while working alongside some of the most brilliant professionals in health care. You will find meaning in your work by making a difference in the lives of patients who come to Mayo Clinic for hope and healing.
A Health Systems Engineer provides business consultative and management engineering services from discovery to execution at various levels of the Mayo Clinic organization, from departments and divisions to governance committees at an enterprise, site and region level requesting assistance with strategy and design, management and process engineering, applied analytics or business and digital transformation.
A Health Systems Engineer should:
•Apply knowledge of and demonstrated application of consulting and engineering expertise in areas such as business vision, strategy and goals; digital technology enablement; business use cases; operations optimization; change management; and solution implementation.
•Perform business case analysis for departments, sites, or shields including analyze quantitative and qualitative data, draw conclusions, and develop actionable recommendations to inform leadership decisions.
•Apply consulting and engineering methods and models throughout project lifecycles. Consider both the business and technical needs of all clients with the goal of providing an innovative product that meets current and future customer needs.
•Enable complex projects and identify, recommend and implement transformational solutions for departments, sites, and shields including data analysis and applied analytics, operations research methods, new staffing models, organizational structures, work flow and throughput, and digital interventions.
•Possess experience with intelligent automation tools and models.
•Evaluate, model for and articulate up/downstream impacts across clinical, research, education and administrative business units throughout the engagement.
•Leverage lessons learned to create best and next practice models, tools, frameworks and methods enabling sustained transformational capabilities.
Master's degree in management, industrial engineering, systems engineering, operations research, business administration, analytics, artificial intelligence or health-related field is preferred with 2 years of experience to include several of the following areas of ME&C expertise: consulting, operations optimization, workflow and staffing analysis, management and systems engineering, digital technology enablement, applied analytics and leadership with strategic initiatives OR Bachelor's degree in management, industrial engineering, systems engineering, operations research, business administration, analytics, artificial intelligence or health-related field with 5 years of experience to include several of the following areas of expertise: consulting, operations optimization, workflow and staffing analysis, management and systems engineering, digital technology enablement, applied analytics and leadership with strategic initiatives.
Key Knowledge Required: General knowledge of core business consulting and management engineering, methods, models and frameworks. Proven ability to successfully execute projects of limited to moderate complexity. Understanding of the healthcare industry preferred. Proficiency in use of office and project simulation, optimization and visualization tools (MS Excel, Visio, and other process modeling and mapping, statistical, analytical, data visualization and survey technology). Ability to gather and document project based functional and business requirements. Knowledge and demonstrated use of management and systems engineering, applied analytics, operations research, artificial intelligence as well as implementation and execution methods and tools. Proven ability to work as part of a team with internal and external stakeholders including all levels of organization leadership. Strong oral and written communication and presentation skills. Successful completion of Mayo Quality Fellow Gold Exam within one year of the date of hire.
Individuals interested in the position must be able and willing to make a commitment to remain in the position for a minimum of two years.
Learn more about our department at https://managementengineeringandconsulting.mayoclinic.org/
Scope of Responsibility: Partner with the client to assure readiness for efficient and effective team engagement and utilization of ME&C services; identification and engagement of long-term process owner, communication with affected areas, availability of data, and representation from process owners and leadership. Identifies, translates and applies best practices on assigned projects. Responsible for data analysis, analytics, development of recommendations, and presentation including solution/deliverable development and coordinating deployment of deliverables.
Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. The minimum salary every 2 weeks is approximately $3329.60, based on a full-time position.
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. with flexibility to accommodate time zones and project needs.
Willingness to travel regionally, nationally and/or internationally.
This position will require a combination of telework and onsite presence.
Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 34,000 Mayo staff and students. The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life.
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