Project release coordinator [Remote]

Streffco Consultants, Inc., is an international technical staffing and systems integration organization. We provide technology and business operations resources on a project, contract, contract-to-hire or direct hire basis.

Title: Release Coordinator
Job ID: 60438
Industry: Healthcare
Location: Walnut Creek, CA or Remote
Duration: 6 Months
Pay Rate Range: Depends on Experience (W-2 all inclusive rate)

Purpose and Description:
Provide Consultation services to business partners seeking to deploy products in the Managed Workstation Environment.
Recommend solutions which anticipate the future impact of changing business requirements.
Essential Functions:
Plan and coordinate the successful engineering, testing and rollout of software, security patches, and related hardware into production distribution environments.
Coordinate and lead the deployment of Critical or Vital Releases Assess and coordinate client-impacting builds and application releases, based on Change Management Standards.
Create Release Announcement Communications that are relevant and informative to both clients and business partners regarding the impact of planned changes and releases.
Monitors the successes and defects of releases in order to develop action plans for improvement.
Facilitate post-implementation review processes as an ongoing method of improvement.
The above activities will generally involve complex tasks that require the use of initiative, negotiation, ingenuity, multi-tasking and strong communication skills.
Strong knowledge of application deployment and Change Management processes.
Familiarity with MSI Technology, as well as Application Streaming technology.
Good analytical, written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
Excellent organizational, planning & coordination skills.
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We will not respond to everyone personally - qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview

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