B.S. degree in Computer Science or related; five years of business analyst experience; specific experience supporting public health informatics education and academic research; proven ability to develop healthcare IT applications; demonstrated proficiency with MS Visio, MS Project, and SDLC methodologies; and Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
Responsible for implementing and maintaining computer systems for public health informatics research and education. Specific job duties include: (1) establishing system requirements, performing data modeling, conducting business process analyses, and implementing system designs; (2) maintaining servers and datasets to support public health informatics education and research; (3) handling system implementation cycle, including testing and debugging, executing and analyzing software, and maintaining applications; (4) populating online content, tools, and services for data collection, online forms, and data reports; and (5) supporting and providing data analytical services.
The Division has five active teaching programs with a combined enrollment of over 300 students, including an MPH in Public Health Administration and Policy, a Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program and Executive MHA program, and MS and PhD programs in Health Services Research, Policy and Administration, and an MPH in Public Health Informatics. The Division is one of four in the School of Public Health, which is located in a large Academic Health Center, and enjoys close working relations with a variety of health care programs and organizations locally and across the country, as well as governmental agencies at the local, state and national levels. Information about the Division is available at: http://www.sph.umn/edu/hpm .
Any offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check. Our presumption is that prospective employees are eligible to work here. Criminal convictions do not automatically disqualify finalists from employment.
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University of Minnesota - 8 months ago
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