Systems Analyst - IS Business Systems

Company Name:
Maine Medical Center
Systems Analyst - IS Business Systems
Department: IS Integ Svcs-IS Bus Systems
Schedule: Full time 36-40 hours (with benefits)
Shift: First Shift (Day)
Hours: 40
Job Details:
Summary of Position Description
The Systems Analyst role is accountable for analysis, building, testing and implementation of
systems in a healthcare setting. These systems may include, but are not limited to, functionality to support clinical, fiscal, IS and business operations. The system implementation may be changes or new functionality within a site's current system or the implementation of the system at a new site. This is the second level of a three level career path. Typically works with end users, managers, line management and senior management on efforts with a medium level of complexity. Incumbents in this role design system components, write specifications, estimate work, define solutions, perform system build and create system level documentation. The Systems Analyst is viewed as a respected resource within the department and within the larger organization. Participation as a member of the On Call support team is required in this position.
Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required
Certified in 2-4 applications or other software certification or experience relevant to position
2-3 years healthcare experience
2-3 years Analysis and Design experience
Team Player
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience
Problem solving skills
Facilitation skills
Strong business acumen
Mastery of program development tools such as editors and configuration tools.
Proven ability to utilize knowledge of computer systems and data structures to develop system solutions.
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