Passionate about precision medicine and advancing the healthcare industry?

Recent advancements in underlying technology have finally made it possible for AI to impact clinical care in a meaningful way. Tempus' proprietary platform connects an entire ecosystem of real-world evidence to deliver real-time, actionable insights to physicians, providing critical information about the right treatments for the right patients, at the right time.

We are looking for a Data Operations Lead who will guide our pipeline & processes for data delivery of molecular and clinical data prior to delivery to our provider partners.

Responsibilities:

  • Generate customer delivery buckets & username/passwords and communicate these to internal stakeholders
  • Ensure all molecular data are in the expected source locations so cross-functional teams are able to pull and complete downstream processes
  • Kickoff patient record de-identification process when patient cohorts are generated and file completeness/availability is confirmed
  • Meet with Engineering & Product teams to ensure the data delivery standard is captured and upheld in current scripts, and that appropriate source data links are maintained
  • Document all data-related processes and identify areas of improvement or areas of risk
  • Pull sample-level information to help correct system discrepancies and manually edit order notes that are missing the proper deliverable information 
  • Oversee & monitor the automated upload of molecular data to customer buckets promptly after sequencing
  • Ensure manual and programmatic QA of customer buckets, ensuring structure/architecture, accuracy, and completeness 
  • Capture that appropriate molecular data has been uploaded in internal tracking tools for posterity 
  • Troubleshoot data integrity issues as they arise (e.g., locate missing files, track down incomplete or unavailable information) with relevant internal stakeholders (i.e. Bioinformatics, TechOps, Lab team) 
  • Based on specific customer needs, manually upload data to customer buckets
  • Generate & maintain manifests of the files present in each customer bucket
  • Grant secret access keys and manage access to multiple buckets
  • Pull data deliverables (i.e. structured clinical tables & queries based on report object) for internal stakeholders to deliver to customers
  • Deliver clinical reports from our portal to customer buckets 

Required Knowledge and Skills

  • 1-3 years experience with data processing, analytics and/or data operations
  • Strong SQL skills 
  • Data warehousing experience
  • Experience developing and maintaining operational processes
  • Experience working with various cross-functional teams, including customer-facing teams
  • Exceptional analytical and critical-thinking skills
  • Detective-like ability to solve multi-faceted problems
  • Highly organized and systematic, superb attention to detail and ability to complete tasks with a high degree of accuracy
  • Proven initiative and ability to work as part of a high-level team while working independently on mission-critical tasks
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or related field 
  • Experience in the healthcare industry or working with molecular data is a plus 
  • Experience with Python, Ruby, or similar scripting a plus
  • AWS Certification is a plus  

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