The Programming Analyst will work on a variety of FAIR Health development projects. The successful candidate will have a strong foundation in software development and object-oriented principles, and must be motivated to expand that knowledge by learning multiple new technologies. The Programming Analyst must be willing to tackle both remedial and complex tasks with enthusiasm, possess strong communication skills and be comfortable collaborating with other developers, individual users and senior management.
- Demonstrate the ability to gain an understanding of business requirements from individual user requests and work with senior-level developers to implement them;
- Maintain and modify existing applications;
- Assist in the discovery and investigation of production issues;
- Work with ETL technologies to map and load data;
- Participate in development initiatives that support ad hoc analytics projects; and
- Contribute to multiple concurrent projects with numerous stakeholders.
Knowledge and Skill Requirements
- Experience in object-oriented programming (e.g., C#, Java, C++);
- Ability to following internal programming conventions;
- Comprehensive understanding of relational database design principles;
- Experience in SQL programming;
- Knowledge of collaborative development tools, such as source control;
- Ability to create data visualizations and reports for end-users in a variety of technologies;
- Experience with ETL technology (e.g., Data Services, SSIS);
- Knowledge of healthcare data and procedural database programming (e.g., PLSQL, TSQL) is a plus; and
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
A four-year degree in related discipline (e.g., computer science, software engineering, information systems) or comparable experience from open-source projects; coding boot camps, certifications, or professional development coursework; or other work experience.
Interested candidates should submit their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “Programming Analyst” and your last name in the subject line.
FAIR Health, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and an e-verify participant.