Business Analyst III, Informatics PHII, Req Lab

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Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Affiliated Organizations
Task Force for Global Health
This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues:
Not Applicable
Job Category
Information Technology
Campus Location (For Posting) : City
Location : Name
Task Force for Global Health

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The Task Force for Global Health, founded nearly 40 years ago to advance health equity, works with partners in more than 150 countries to eliminate diseases, ensure access to vaccines and essential medicines, and strengthen health systems to protect populations. Expertise includes neglected tropical diseases and other infectious diseases; vaccine safety, distribution and access; and health systems strengthening. For more information, visit www.taskforce.org.





  • Leads small to medium size matrix project teams that may consist of Business Analysts, Project Managers, Information Architects, and Data Analysts to complete quality deliverables within scope, on time, and within budget.
  • Leads efforts to ensure that information systems support enterprise mission and objectives.
  • Works closely with departmental customers and administration to conduct business analysis and identify business objectives and requirements.
  • Coordinates the development of technology plans and strategies.
  • Manages, from a client business perspective, related systems projects.
  • Ensures a high level of client satisfaction by monitoring the delivery of ongoing information systems to the enterprise.
  • Performs related responsibilities as required.
  • Plans, conducts, and directs the analysis of business problems to be solved with automated systems. Exercises judgment within broadly defined practices and policies in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.
  • Partners with users to identify and evaluate systems and procedures which are cost effective and meet user requirements.
  • Responsible for learning about the customers, their mission, needs, general business processes, and cultures.
  • Responsible for communicating, sharing, and transferring knowledge to colleagues and customers.
  • Develops and provides effective informational and motivational presentations.
  • Conduct or guide training needed by subject matter experts to allow them to participate in PHII's
  • Collaborative Requirements Definition Methodology (CRDM) projects.
  • Work with project participants and other stakeholders to define concepts and work in tandem with project managers assigned to each requirements projects.
  • Prepares for and facilitates current state analysis, future state design, requirements definition, and logical design sessions (trainings and workshops.)
  • Builds consensus among global partners and collaborative participants.
  • Develop requirements specifications using standard language and according to PHII's CRDM, standard templates, and international standards, such as ISO and TOGAF.
  • Develops and documents all project deliverables (e.g., context diagrams, task flow diagrams) using tools such as Visio and MS PowerPoint.
  • Documents group work for use in published materials.
  • Researches vendor, products/features in health information systems.
  • Attends conferences/meetings and reviews literature in order to stay abreast of current knowledge and issues.
  • Prepares and delivers talks at meetings and conferences on public health informatics related topics.
  • Manages personal activities and deliverables.




  • A bachelor's degree and seven years of position specific subject matter knowledge and/or experience in planning and applying information technology to one or more business function or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
  • A master's degree in a public health related field if preferred.
  • At least one year of experience in public health informatics is preferred.
  • Experience working in international settings is preferred.






  • Bachelor’s degree in informatics, business, engineering, science or related field or Master’s degree in public health related field.
  • Eight years’ experience specifically related to the position including (at least one year) in public health informatics.
  • Experience in all phases of the IT lifecycle.
  • Two or more years of experience working internationally.
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects and work-related priorities.
  • Demonstrated strong professional oral and written communication skills.
  • The ability to interact with both internal staff and external domestic and global clients with diplomacy and tact.





NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home temporarily during the COVID-19 pandemic, with intent to return to an Emory University location in the future.  Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.

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