Lead Integration Architect - Hospital Systems
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Dover, DE 19904
Digital Surgery Hospital Integration Architect – J&J Hospital
Medical Devices a division of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, is
recruiting for a Hospital Systems Integration Architect. This position can be based
in EMEA or the US, and reports to the Director, Digital Surgery Hospital
Johnson & Johnson Medical Device
Companies produce a broad range of innovative products and solutions used
primarily by health care professionals in the fields of general surgery,
orthopedics, neurological disease, infection prevention, cardiovascular
disease, and aesthetics. As the most comprehensive devices business in the
world, J&J Medical Devices is the best suited to serve evolving customer
needs, train more surgeons to improve standards of care, and treat more patients
globally as access expands.
We are seeking an experienced architect to lead the
design and delivery of our capabilities for integrating J&J digital surgery
solutions with hospital systems and data. At the core of our digital surgery
strategy lies a belief in the value and power of data, and the full benefits of
digital surgery to patients, surgeons, hospitals and taxpayers, can only be
realized by connecting the J&J platform to existing hospital information
systems and data.
candidate will be a proven solutions architect, with strong experience in
Cloud-based digital product development. They will have a strong architecture
background, able to bring structure and method to complex and ambiguous
problems. They will be
comfortable operating as part of a virtual, distributed team.
will be conversant with hospital systems
integration, healthcare integration standards (FHIR, HL7, DICOM), information
coding systems (SNOMED CT and others) and technologies (e.g. integration
+ Act as subject matter expert and thought leader
in hospital systems and data for the broader digital surgery team.
+ Analyse functional and non-functional
requirements across a diverse set of business and technology scenarios.
+ Propose the architecture for hospital systems
and data integration, identifying and documenting architecture building blocks
and key architecture decisions.
+ Propose a business architecture for hospital
systems and data integration, that enables J&J to deliver integration at
scale. Address people and process, as well as technology aspects.
+ Communicate and obtain support for the proposed
architecture across stakeholders, including business and technology leadership.
+ Partner with key related functions such as
J&J field service to support delivery and learn lessons for refinement of
+ Contribute as a core member of the engineering
team to the delivery the architecture.
+ Conduct architecture spikes, PoCs, and other
activities as appropriate to build knowledge, support key decisions, and
validate the architecture.
+ Contribute as part of the Digital Surgery
architecture team to the overall success of the program. Understand and manage
technology dependencies between teams.
+ Engagement with hospital pilot clients.
+ Partner with J&J legal and privacy teams to
ensure the protection of patient and provider privacy.
+ A Bachelor’s degree is required.
+ An advanced degree in engineering, technology or business administration is preferred.
+ A minimum of ten (10) years of related work experience in Information Technology is required.
+ Strong knowledge and experience of Healthcare Information content standards (HL7, CDA), transport standards (DICOM, FIHR, etc) and coding standards (LOINC, ICD 10, SNOMED) is required.
+ Experience working within Hospitals/Health Systems, Life Sciences or Medical Devices is required.
+ Experience managing or integrating with Hospital Information Systems, including Electronic Medical Records, PACS, and Scheduling systems is required.
+ Experience developing and implementing technology strategies at scale is required.
+ Experience leading Software Product Management and/or Software Engineering, including understanding of Agile and Lean Methodologies is required.
+ Experience of continuous integration, continuous delivery, and devOps is required.
+ Experience developing Cloud-based solutions is required.
+ Experience developing customer-facing digital solutions is preferred.
+ Working knowledge of regulatory, security, privacy and compliance considerations for medical devices and software as a medical device is required.
+ Ability to succeed as an individual contributor in a fast-paced, start-up culture.
+ Ability to manage diverse stakeholders, communicating effectively and with empathy across business, customer and technology audiences at all levels.
+ Ability to understand and articulate customer requirements, concerns, and inhibitors
+ Ability to explain complex technology topics in easy-to-understand terms.
+ Ability to manage a team within a matrixed structure. Must have the ability to influence without direct authority.
+ This position may require 25% travel.
Europe/Middle East/Africa, North America-United States, Europe/Middle East/Africa-Belgium, Europe/Middle East/Africa-Germany, Europe/Middle East/Africa-Spain, Europe/Middle East/Africa-France, Europe/Middle East/Africa-United Kingdom-England-London, United Kingdom-England-High Wycombe, United Kingdom-England-Maidenhead, United Kingdom-England-Wokingham
Johnson & Johnson Medical Ltd. – fka -Ethicon Ltd. (7355)