Under general direction, facilitates end-user meetings, and provides an advance level of operational and application build expertise in completing the more complex assignments to meet customer goals and desired outcomes. May lead projects.
Performs advanced level design, build and implementation assignments/ projects. Based on deep knowledge of application and operational requirements can translates complex requirement/concepts into functionality.
Initiates, facilitates or leads meetings with end-user/business owner and other EIS teams
May be lead on team projects: translating customer needs, meeting deliverables, status reporting, and managing customer relationships and expectations.
Fills in on various work/projects in the absence of the Team Lead
Identifies and works through team work issues.
Escalates work issues to Team Lead as needed.
Participates in re-engineering of operational work-flow processes with end-users/business owners.
Facilitates end-user/business owner needs into system specifications and configuration requirements.
Provides high-level expertise in design integration and touch points with other Epic modules and/or other applications.
Leads work groups within the department or within project scope.
Attends and represents unit on various Epic related committees (CCB, SFWG, OCD)
Assists team lead in developing project plans and details.
Manage and coordinate the more advanced configuration and build assignments/projects in collaboration with others.
Provides on-call support during off hours
As needed, participates in new employee interviews and the on-boarding process.
May coach team members in application design build testing and other tasks; ensures adequate documentation is provided for support and end-user training.
May provide day-to-day guidance to other assigned team members.
May develop and maintain team on-call schedule, and provide 2nd-level support as appropriate
Will be required to participate in after hours on-call support activities
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