The Department of Biomedical informatics seeks a Programmer Analyst. The ideal candidate is expected to support research activities in Dr. Chunhua Weng's lab and build robust software to serve this need. The candidate will work under the direction of Dr. Weng.
Responsible for developing, maintaining, and enhancing the informatics solutions.
Needs assessment, design, coding, documentation, testing, and updating.
Translating technical specifications to meet requirements within the established software framework.
Make presentations on a regular basis to eMERGE project PIs, executive management, and administrators to report status and obtain direction.
Other duties as assigned
Requires bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering or equivalent in education and experience, plus three years of related experience.
Strong computational background is expected.
Proficient in common programming languages such as Java, Python, R, etc.
Familiar with full stack development including frontend user interfaces and backend database management systems. Have an excellent ability to collaborate and be able to work with interdisciplinary teams and support many projects simultaneously.
The ideal candidate should have prior experience developing industry quality health IT software, be familiar with health data cloud computing, relational database management, be competent with key program languages such as Java and Python, be familiar with main operating systems such as windows and Unix, have great team working skills and can acquire user needs directly from clinicians and researchers.
Type other requirements and/or special indicators if CUIMC
Must demonstrate successful completion of projects of significant scope and complexity, possess the ability and willingness to work efficiently with faculty, users and staff and perform multiple tasks with competing deadlines. Good judgment and communication skills are essential.
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