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Healthcare Information Technology Analyst in North Wales, PA at Abramson Center for Jewish Life.

Date Posted: 1/14/2019

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Job Description

Healthcare Information Technology Analyst

The Abramson Center for Jewish Life has an exciting opportunity for a Full-Time Healthcare Information Technology Analyst currently available. This position is located on the beautiful 72-acre campus of The Abramson Center in North Wales, PA, with convenient access to PA Route 309, 611 and the PA Turnpike.

The Healthcare IT Analyst is a highly creative, goal oriented professional with solid business, analytical, and project management skills. 

The Healthcare Information Technology Analyst

  • Provides value to the business by analyzing business requirements, writing functional/technical specifications, managing projects and supporting the use of applications.
  • Works directly with staff and management to offer recommendations on various technical, business, and change-management issues across the enterprise.  

The Abramson Center offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefit plan, paid time off, and much more!

The Abramson Center for Jewish Life has a long, award-winning tradition of healthcare leadership and pioneering excellence…and we are growing!

Job Requirements

Experience, Education, and Licensure

Minimum Experience: 5 years of working experience in healthcare or information technology

Preferred Experience:

  • 2 years of experience with an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system
  • 2 years of business analysis or project management experience
  • 2 years of SQL experience

Minimum Education: Bachelors or Associates degree in information services or related field plus at least 5 years working experience.  Additional technical courses in Business Analysis and Project Management are preferred.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, ancestry, age (40 and above), sex, gender or gender identity, or disability, veteran status, past and present uniformed service membership or application, obligation to serve in the uniformed service, genetic information, and/or known association with a disabled individual.