Job Title:
Sr. Apps Development Analyst
Job ID:
432039
Location:
James Cancer Hospital/CCC
Department:
Radiation Oncology
Full/Part Time:
Full-Time
Regular/Temporary:
Regular
Shift:
Day
FTE %:
100
Salary Range Min:
$73,100.00
Salary Range Max:
$109,650.00

Position summary

Sr. Apps Development Analyst (Job Opening 432039) - Serves as the primary contributor in the analysis and validation of system requirements to existing business processes and information systems to ensure desirability, practicality, and resource availability and capability. Designs, develops and implements complex programs and/or modifications of existing applications, including HL7 interfaces to support Radiation Oncology IT systems. Devises or modifies procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment capacity and limitations, operating time, and form of desired results. Responsible for program design, coding, testing, debugging, and documentation of complex applications according to organization standards and end-user requirements. Responsible for the determination, diagnosis, isolation and resolution of complex applications resource and utilization problems and errors. Develops fault diagnosis, isolation and resolution techniques that ensure optimal performance is constantly maintained. This position servers primarily as an interface development specialist for radiation oncology, as well as a developer for databases and customized applications and queries from clinical systems. The interface development consists of owning primary responsibility for analyzing and coordinating development of HL7 interfaces between Variana??s ARIA Database and OSUWMCa??s HIS (Hospital Information System) Databases, consisting of Epic, but other systems like Cerner, LabCorp, etc. Varian either uses ARIA Connect (built upon Cloverleaf v6.1.x) or their proprietary IEM (Interface Exchange Manager) to manage communication between the databases. The Systems consultant works closely within a large team that includes OSUWMC and Varian interface development teams, OSUMC IT staff, project management teams and Varian Project Managers, and 3rd party vendors to achieve successful interoperability in order to develop and maintain demographic, scheduling, billing, document and other interfaces.

Education and experience

-A college degree in Computer Science or equivalent combination of education and experience -Typically has 4-8 years experience in Information Technology (preferably experience in Applications Development) -Knowledge of program logic, analysis, specification design, language selection and report formatting -Work experience in developing technical and user documentation. -Strong project and process management skills; ability to manage complex projects with a medium to large scope -Knowledge and experience with information systems and business practices -Ability to assist other team members with their technical issues -Must be able to keep self abreast of technological trends as well as healthcare technology trends. Other experience: a?? Cl