The Software Developer is responsible for Researching, designing, writing and testing new software. Developing existing systems by analyzing and identifying areas for modification. Maintaining systems by monitoring Identifying and correcting software defects. This position also Investigates new technologies. Creates technical specifications and test plans. Constantly updating technical knowledge and skills by attending in-house and/or external courses, reading manuals and accessing new applications. The position problem solves and thinks laterally as part of a team, or individually to meet the needs of the project. The Software Developer has no direct patient care, limited access to funds, and access to confidential health system information.
Education, Certifications and Credentials: Bachelor's Degree in Information systems or equivalent education and experience of 7 years in Software Development and associated technologies.
Experience: 3-5 years experience in an information technology environment focusing on database technology, programming, and web design and development. Information systems experience in a clinical healthcare environment preferred.