Biomedical Informatics Programmer/Analyst
University of Nebraska Medical Center
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Requisition Details Location Omaha, NE Requisition Number: Staff_10064 Department Emergency Medicine Business Unit College of Medicine Reg-Temp Full-Time Regular Work Schedule Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, varies Position Summary Working under direct supervision, the Biomedical Informatics Programmer/Analyst will serve as an integral member of the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s PCORnet/CRANE (de-identified Electronic Health Record data) team in 1)understanding current and future patient-level common data models; 2) updating infrastructure to support changes in data models, including new data elements and participation in additional research networks; 3) creating, updating, and working with existing ETL scripts to integrate biomedical and other patient-level data into the UNMC integrated clinical research data warehouse; 4) understanding and utilizing data structures, schemas, and data dictionaries to support infrastructure building and documentation standards; and 5) maintaining database integrity and performing robust quality checks in support of research protocols. Position Details Additional Information Posting Category Operations Working Title Biomedical Informatics Programmer/Analyst Job Title Information Technology Associate (Prof) Salary Grade IT15S Appointment Type B1 – REG MGR PROF SALARY Salary Range $50,700 – $76,100/annual Job Requisition Begin Date 12/02/2020 Required Education: Bachelor’s degree If any degree major/training is required, please specify the type. (NOTE: Concentration and minors are not equivalent to a major) Biomedical Informatics, Computer Science, Mathematics, or related field Required Experience 1 year If any experience is required, please specify what kind of experience: Experience in biomedical informatics and/or programming to include the development of databases and/or web applications or Extract-Transform-Load tools or information modeling or best practices in software development lifecycle and identifying appropriate database resources for implementation. Required License No If yes, what is the required licensure/certification? Required Computer Applications: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Outlook Required Other Computer Applications: Strong relational database knowledge, (i.e. SQL databases such as Oracle, postgres and/or MySQL) Required Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: SQL database management (such as Oracle, MySQL, Postgres). Able to work in Unix-based systems and Windows-based systems. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to work as a team player. Willingness to learn and change throughout project(s). Preferred Education: Master’s degree If any degree/training is preferred, please specify the type: Biomedical informatics, Computer Science, Mathematics, or related discipline. Preferred Experience: 2 years or more experience in biomedical informatics and/or programming to include the development of databases and/or web applications, information modeling, and identification appropriate database resources for implementation. Preferred License: No If yes, what is the preferred licensure/certification?: Preferred Computer Applications: Preferred Other Computer Applications: Unix; Linux; HL7; Metabase or other BI tools; SAS; REST services and other web services; Java, Python, and/or Groovy; geocoding (PostGIS) Preferred Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of biomedical databases and prior research experience in data analysis. Mathematical analysis skills required to develop algorithms to implement system design requirements. Demonstrated ability to participate in research activities including manuscript production. Knowledge and experience working with multiple scripting languages (Python, Groovy, Java). Skilled in clinical informatics.