Health IT Positions

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Here are some of our health IT roles:

Business Process Analyst
In this role, you’ll gather requirements, design systems, and support software development activities. You’ll develop conceptual informatics solutions and integration into other information systems, internally and externally. You’ll be responsible for creating and updating process documents, ensuring functional specifications are met, and suggesting improvements.

Computer Systems Analyst
You’ll design, develop, program, install, test, document, implement, and maintain enterprise-wide computer systems and utilities. You’ll help customers define software and hardware requirements. You’ll come up with creative solutions to enhance security on existing and future systems to help prevent hacking and penetration.

Health Research Analyst
As a Health Research Analyst, you’ll provide expert advice and technical guidance to public health program officials on procedures, programs, and policies related to chronic disease risk factor surveillance. You’ll be involved in the analysis, interpretation, and use of collected data, the analysis and reporting of findings, and review of proposed procedures.

Scientific Data Analyst
Our data analysts are intricately involved in survey development, methodological design, sample selection, data management, processing and analysis, and technical assistance of complex statistical surveys. You’ll work with customers to use statistical and data management software to clean files, generate probability samples, and conduct descriptive analysis. 

Software Development Analyst
This role is part of a team that focuses on Healthcare IT solutions for federal, state, and local government customers. We’ll need your expertise in software development and maintenance for multi-tier service-oriented architecture systems. You’ll help us enhance and maintain our current systems while designing, developing, and documenting new applications and sub-systems.

Systems Administrator
As a systems administrator, you’ll join a highly successful technical team using the most modern hardware and software. You’ll provide expertise installing and maintaining software, monitoring our systems for anomalies, resolving any system software problems and ensuring we are adhering to all service level agreements.

Web Content Developer
In this role, you’ll develop both general health communications as well as content for different web applications. We rely on our developers in areas like preparing summaries and translating content for scientific journal articles, writing press releases, and developing instructional content. We need you to be skilled in web design and web content management systems with a sharp eye for grammar and different writing styles and techniques.