***Must be willing to relocate to the Dallas/Fort Worth area***
Jobs in this family are responsible for developing, testing, maintaining, installing, and/or deploying of applications and related information technologies. In addition, they are responsible for the establishment, development, and promotion of standard architectures, as well as hardware and software components. This role provides consulting services regarding how to integrate information technologies into clinical and business processes and the effective application of industry and organizational technology standards. Within the Systems Analyst family, this position is a recognized expert on a specific suite(s) of application(s) used within one or more organizational unit and mentors less-experienced staff, with responsibility for their development. This position has in-depth knowledge of one or more business, clinical or technical area that enhances the IT organization’s understanding of legacy and current processes and applications.
Expected activities include but are not limited to: serving as an authority when responding to inquiries in their area(s) of expertise, • monitoring the applications and information technologies deployed within area(s) of expertise to evaluate their effectiveness, • working with vendors and other IT personnel to ensure technical compatibility and user satisfaction with the applications and information technologies deployed within their area(s) of expertise, • resolution of problems and issues associated with installed applications and related information technologies, • diagnosis of failures encountered in application software and related technologies, • quality control of all application implementations/enhancements prior to release to customers, • remaining knowledgeable of vendor and technology developments and potential impact on area(s) of expertise, • assisting IT leadership in the mentoring, education, and tutelage of other IS staff, • identifies barriers to project success and communicates effectively about those barriers to the appropriate team members, • serves as the Project Manager for projects of limited duration and complexity.
Position requires at least 10 years of direct experience and a high school diploma or equivalent.
Tapestry AP Claims and Contracts; Caboodle badge or certification highly preferred.
A BA/BS degree in IS or Business is preferred.
May have an equivalent combination of education and/or experience in lieu of education and/or experience stated above.
Licensure, Registration, and/or Certification:
Relevant Information Technology certifications preferred.
EPIC Certification required - Epic certification is required within 6 months from employment, including 2 test retakes.
Internal Number: 52874-45118
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