Location: Watford City , ND, United States
IT Consultant - CRHF Diagnostics
Watford, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
5 days ago
**Healthcare IT Support Consultant EMEA IT (Smartsync Support)**
**Careers that Change Lives**
As Healthcare IT Support Consultant for Smartsync You will provide daily interactions to deploy the CareLink SmartSync Device Manager System of Medtronic CRHF EMEA Organization.
The CareLink SmartSync Device Manager is the new CRHF Global solution that programs the BlueSync family of Cardiac Implantable Devices at both implantation and follow-up.
You will work in close collaboration with the local CRHF Country Field organization at Customer sites in EMEA and deliver deployment support for the IT components of the SmartSync System. You will connect with Customer IT Stakeholders in the Hospitals and align on implementation, test connectivity, deploy and train the Customers.
You will execute on local business plans, coordinated by EMEA Healthcare IT Support organization with the CRHF BU and SHQ Tolochenaz organization, to achieve full target account deployment of the SmartSync Solution in Hospitals.
**A Day in the Life**
+ Connect and build partnership with local Country CRHF Field Team in EMEA
+ Take on responsibility for implementation of Hardware (tablets), Software and connectivity at Customer Sites.
+ Connect with IT Stakeholders in the Hospitals, clarify and overcome any technical issues and create a plan for implementation with the CRHF Field team
+ Support IT Stakeholders in case of any technical questions
+ Test connectivity in the Hospitals; Wifi data sharing
+ Validate the installed or delivered SmartSync Device Manager solution
+ Test and implement printing functionality
+ Deliver Customer technical training face to face or remotely
+ Support Go-live and ensure project plans and KPIs are updated
+ Support ordering contracting processes together with local CRHF Field Team
+ Work closely with SHQ Country CRHF Field Team to drive account project plans and ensure account target pipeline is planned and phased
+ Build relationships with target accounts, understand their needs and priorities and support local Field Team to identify new Business opportunities
+ Coordinate internally to ensure a smooth deployment and ongoing support handover to Tech Services EOC
+ Coordinate the solution delivery to ensure that planned business outcomes are met for the customer and Medtronic
+ Be a part of a virtual International Team to support and help colleagues across borders in EMEA
+ Manage existing clients through full implementation process to go-live, ensure satisfaction and full system usability availability
+ At least 3-5 years of experience in an IT Consultancy, Implementation or IT Support role, ideallywith experience working within a healthcare/ hospital environment.
+ Good common understanding of IT Infrastructure, Security and Data Privacy requirements in a regulated environment
+ Training experience of non-technical technical Customers
+ Bachelor degree or similar education
+ Fluency in English and / or German, French, Italian, Spanish
+ Good skills in coordination activities between different stakeholders and good in building relationships with soft skills.
+ Effective in time management and prioritization management.
+ Strong problem-solving and analytical skills including ability to work through details.
+ Effective communication and presentation skills.
+ Client focus, influencer, thought partner and negotiator.
+ Ability to develop and foster business relationships with continuously changing stakeholdergroups inside key customers organizations.
**Nice to Haves**
+ Track record of experience delivering or supporting IT Infrastructure in Hospitals
+ Project Management skills
+ Experience as an IT Consultant and/or Pre-sales
+ Experience using CRM-systems and Service Support platforms
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