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More Specific Job Description is Application Sys Analyst III - Cerner Build
Non-negotiable skills needed for a worker to hit the ground running:
Strong Cerner Design and Build experience.
Strong understanding of Cerner Ambulatory Workflow.
Good Customer management skills and working well within tight timelines.
Be able to work well under pressure and with challenging customers.
Be able to work with a team as well as independently.
Desirable soft skills:
Excellent communication skills.
Issue resolution, critical analysis skills and the ability to work with clinicians in a close environment. Cerner Build experience, preferably in the ambulatory workspace.
Travel: Would be to Phoenix, AZ and would be based on the needs of the project. Could be up to 75% or more. Would be closer to the end of the project to support go-lives.
Business hours: Regardless of location, candidate will need to work Phoenix business hours.
The Application Systems Analyst III provides support for the application development or implementation of low to medium complexity and cross functional program or projects and/or provides application support for the user community with high complexity.
This Analyst III performs troubleshooting for high complex hardware, software and system problems for multiple modules or applications. Acts as subject matter expert in one or more areas. Works on one or more projects as a project team member.
Responsible for working with customers in the design, support and maintenance and deployment of applications as well as the information support processes.
Responsibilities include, but may not be limited to the following:
Diagnose and resolve complex problem management and provide guidance to other team members. Maintains knowledge management database for problem reporting and resolution. Escalates issues when necessary.
Responds to customer requests of high complexity that typically require change or release management functions to be executed. Interacts with the customers in a courteous and professional manner.
Develops and maintains a knowledge management system to capture knowledge and work processes.
Participates in the deployment of new modules, upgrades, fixes and new installations. Participates in design, build and implementation and for low to moderate complex changes executes transition to operations.
Develops test plans for new application functionality from application/technical support perspective. Collaborates with the business solutions, Quality Assurance Center and clinical community for functional testing.
May assist in the development of service level agreements (SLAs). Monitors deviations and escalates issues to more senior team members.
Develops overall project task list for application system analysis, estimates and resource plans for small to medium scale projects.
Day to day interactions with user community and works collaboratively with multiple clinical and IT Stakeholders as it relates to Problem Management, and Project delivery on small to medium size projects.
Understanding and adherence to policies and procedures. Develops new or modifies existing.
Demonstrates potential leadership qualities through team motivation, coaching, and mentoring.
Associates degree or technical institute degree/certificate or equivalent work experience.
Requires 7-10 year's experience working in IT Application Systems Analysis
Requires 7-10 years of experience working on Ambulatory, Clinical, Financial or Revenue Cycle Applications.
OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
5-7 year's experience working in the healthcare/medical environment required
Experience working with project life cycle and project management methodologies required.
Ability to handle multiple tasks, set priorities, schedule and meet deadlines.
7 - 10 years of Cerner Powerchart build experience is required, specifically in the following areas: Need to have experience with PowerOrders, PowerPlans, Message Center/Inbox, PowerNotes, Dynamic Documentation, MPages, CareCompass, MPTL/Taks List. A minimum of 5 years experience.
Preferred build experience with PowerChart Ambulatory.
Travel will be 25% or less. Work will be remote for the most part with a small chance of traveling to Phoenix to help support a go-live. When that happens it is typically 3-5 days of support and we try not to have folks travel on the weekends (it just depends on where they live and what time they are needed in Phoenix). They should not have to go on-site.
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