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Corporate - Information Technology
Foothills Medical Centre
(FMC)PRE & POST TRANSPLANT
2012-11-16 Time: 23:59
Salary will commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The Southern Alberta Transplant Program Analyst is a key member of the Southern Alberta Transplant Program multi-disciplinary team and functions in a supportive role by understanding the business needs of the department and translating those needs into system solutions. The incumbent will assist in the redevelopment of the Southern Alberta Transplant Program’s Clinical Information System to a web-based system.
Responsibilities will include:Design and development of a user-friendly web-based user interface that meets user requirementsProviding information, technical or application support to clients or other Information Technology staff regarding the use, installation, configuration, modification, and development of software.Mitigation, troubleshooting, and resolution of system issuesDevelopment to ensure compliance with the health information privacy and security standards (for example, Privacy Impact Assessment and Health Information Act adherence)Learn and apply the use of authoring languages and programs as requiredPerform other related duties as assigned
Salary/Benefits: salary will commensurate with skills and abilities.
AHS values the diversity of the people and communities we serve, and is committed
to attracting, engaging and developing a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Please submit one application for each position desired as copies of applications will not be submitted for multiple postings on your behalf. Applications must include skills and ability for the position, since selection is based on information provided in the application. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Thank you for applying with the AHS!
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