University of California San Francisco

San Francisco, California, As a preeminent health sciences campus and health system, the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is at the forefront of creating new knowledge from the exploding volume of clinical, discovery, and educational data that it creates and manages. UCSF believes that the ability to leverage these data assets is an essential differentiator for an academic healthcare center and is critical to our drive toward Precision Medicine and the execution of key UCSF strategies for the Clinical Enterprise. These strategies include supporting better population health by improving the quality of care and population health of the University of California health system’s 14 million patients. As part of this exciting and important endeavor, UCSF is seeking a highly qualified Enterprise Information & Analytics – Health team manager. UCSF IT Enterprise Information and Analytics (EIA) department is looking for a Data Warehouse Manager to join the team. The Data Warehouse Manager will be responsible and take ownership in supporting the EIA data and analytics portfolio that includes but is not limited to, resources that manage back-end data curation, data visualization, business data strategy, data governance, and other data warehousing and data science needs in the future to support the needs of EIA. This role will also work closely with other UCSF IT teams. The Data Warehouse Manager will also recruit and manage a strong engineering team, set direction, set goals, plan for their career growth, and provide mentorship for the team. In addition, the Data Warehouse Manager on the Enterprise Information & Analytics – Health team will be responsible for developing and implementing an enterprise data strategy that aligns enterprise information assets with business and technology strategy. This will include documenting and rationalizing multiple data repositories and organizing them into a logically networked, highly scaled, enterprise data warehouse (EDW) containing clinical, financial operational, research and educational data. The Manager on the Enterprise Information & Analytics – Health team will enable the efficient and actionable use of data across the UCSF Enterprise. The Data Warehouse Manager will work with key business leaders and stakeholders, EDW and analytics management, data governance staff, primary and secondary data owners, and BI and data management professionals to: Define and implement a data strategy and roadmap for UCSF Identify and prioritize data needs and projects Coordinate, collaborate, and influence across disparate domains, entities, business units, departments, and levels as needed to establish and provide standards Disseminate program strategies, activities, and accomplishments Define policies and establish standards for modeling, structuring, naming, describing, securing, and formatting data Define and document the data architecture for enterprise data assets, working with business and IT stakeholders throughout the enterprise Develop conceptual, logical, and physical data models with associated metadata, including data lineage and technical data definitions Undertake data modeling, sourcing, and profiling in support of specific enterprise and customer-facing data-driven initiatives Design and implement data warehouses, marts, cubes, and universes to support analytics work product requirements Lead efforts to implement a reference data and master data management plan Build a centralized data architecture practice in support of strategic business and IT goals Supervise, hire, train, counsel staff. Develop and deliver performance appraisals. The Manager on the Enterprise Information & Analytics – Health team will stay abreast of current and emerging data management technologies and trends and advise on how they can be used to support business and technology objectives. The Manager will create a framework in information assets for multiple business domains that can be delivered in a consistent, standards-based framework. The successful candidate will have leadership skills, be customer-focused, and have extensive experience in developing enterprise data architecture solutions. This manager will have a focus on the UCSF Marketing domain. UCSF Health Marketing raises the profile of UCSF Health, improves professional recognition, and helps foster sustainable growth by clearly and consistently communicating why UCSF is the best place to come for care. The Data Warehouse Manager will lead efforts to provide critical data, research insights, and strategic support to the Health Marketing Department. The final salary and offer components are subject to additional approvals based on UC policy. To see the salary range for this position (we recommend that you make a note of the job code and use that to look up): TCS Non-Academic Titles Search ( Please note: An offer will take into consideration the experience of the final candidate AND the current salary level of individuals working at UCSF in a similar role. For roles covered by a bargaining unit agreement, there will be specific rules about where a new hire would be placed on the range. To learn more about the benefits of working at UCSF, including total compensation, please visit:


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