Lead Programmer Analyst
Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree (foreign equivalent or higher). Three (3) years of full-time software experience to include developing, supporting, configuring and maintaining. Experience in object oriented languages and structured query language.Preferred Qualifications:Advanced Degree (foreign equivalent or higher). Additional years (4+) of experience of software development experience. Experience Creating reports in Crystal Report, Tableau or similar report writing tools. Experience with database management systems. Experience with Business or Systems Analysis.Brief Description of Duties:At Stony Brook Dental Medicine, the Lead Programmer Analyst; a valuable member of our IT team; will monitor, manage and support key clinical, educational and assessment systems within the School of Dental Medicine. The incumbent may be assigned to a project, or support any information systems to ensure the availability of the applications. The Lead Programmer Analyst will have knowledge of software development practices. Their work will be overseen by the Senior members of the team as needed.
- Respond to all incoming requests for dental clinical IT support. Prioritize and troubleshoot problems with the function and performance of hardware and software products, and affecting remedies. Assist users in identifying technical problems arising from systems software. Provide support for the various applications, implementations, and upgrades. Provide hardware support for individual workstations, reporting servers and other information systems in SDM clinics. Collaborate with vendors and internal resources to monitor and upgrade system versions, resolve open issues.
- Administer and support Axium (EHR), train end users in relation to their responsibilities and needs. Administer and support digital imaging environment (PACS) and a variety of other clinical software and associated hardware when applicable.
- Assist team in maintenance of existing report catalog, improve performance and accuracy of existing reports and create new reports. Collaborate with staff on new projects or application upgrades. Employ standards to ensure data accuracy, security and privacy. Advise management of potential breaches of data and systems security. Contribute to improving the organization's development environment. This includes the research of new, useful technologies to improve the development environment.
- Other duties or projects as assigned as appropriate to rank and departmental mission.
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Job Field: Information Technology
Primary Location: US-NY-Stony Brook
Shift: Day Shift
Posting Start Date: Aug 27, 2019
Posting End Date: Sep 26, 2019, 10:59:00 PM