The primary responsibility of the Epic Cogito Data Warehouse Architect is to establish the data warehouse architecture and to design, build and implement data warehouse solutions.
Administer, extend, and maintain all aspects of the Microsoft SQL Server database technology that underlies the Epic Cogito data warehouse, and serve as subject matter expert for the data contained in the data warehouse. Develop SSIS ETL (extract-transform-load) packages to import data from 3rd party sources into the data warehouse and extract data from the data warehouse. Coordinate and assist with ongoing Epic CDW software updates. Manage ongoing database maintenance operations. Monitor database performance and work in cooperation with Enterprise Services Management (ESM) and/or Epic Clarity teams to resolve database, hardware and layered application software issues. Manage daily Clarity ETL operations. Maintain Epic CDW console configuration, data dictionary and console user access. Assist ESM with developer access setup. Maintain Epic trouble tickets in Sherlock.
Work with department or unit administrative staff and/or faculty in the compilation of information related to expenditures and/or revenues for a variety of accounts, e.g. general funds, grants, contracts, endowments, revenues, gift accounts. Flexible schedule/15-25 hours per week.
This position is responsible for design, data modeling, implementation and maintenance of data marts and warehouses by integrating various data sources into rational data model and semantic layer; and the development of front-end dashboards and reports.
Responsible for the day-to-day provision of a range of IT services for a department or unit, or responsible for a single function for the university, health system or both. Works with departmental administratove and/or academic leadership or senior it leadership to develop and implement plans for service delivery in support of organizational operations.
Responsible for the day-to-day planning and decision-making for a range of IT services for a department or unit, or responsible for a single function for the university, health system or both. Manages the IT strategy, infrastructure, development, and support within the organization.
Provide remote desktop support and project support, as well as, for the CTS community at large.
Under the general supervision, perform routine PC set-up; installation of peripheral equiment, software installation, support for software products and services.
Provide overall IT support for all Johns Hopkins departments located in White Marsh. There are 300+ staff (combination of Medical and office worker), Sql server responsibilities, 400 supported PCs, Ability to work independently, lead projects, problem solving at an advanced level, support for both Desktop and Server. The departments span between 4 buildings. Candidate must be able to work on multiple projects at a time and lead efforts to complete these projects within scope. This position interacts with both office workers and clinical workers.
The Network Engineer responsible for providing support for software and or conferencing infrastructure solutions for various departmental and enterprise-wide video and collaboration applications. While a primary focus of this position is to provide technical support, the position will be required to help install and maintain specialized areas of vendor and custom infrastructure and applications.
The Network Engineer is responsible for the designing, planning, upgrading and installing all network infrastructure services for the University and Enterprise Network. This position contributes to planning, forecasting, implementation, and identification of resource requirements for network backbone infrastructures (inclusive of wireless technologies). The uniqueness of the Network Engineer is that all systems applications and IT projects rely on their services and the position is responsible for all IT connectivity.
This position will involve planning and implementation for our network security architecture. It will help integrate security across network, host and data security.
Diagnose and troubleshoot basic netowrk, device, and data communication problems, install and replace network hardware and software.
Working knowledge of business analyst and project management as related to information systems preferably in a healthcare enfironment.
The Programmer Analyst will develop extensions and integration methods for one or more course/learning management systems such as Blackboard and LearnShare; will develop integration methods for and tools to support these systems and other educational technologies; will investigate and address issues for course/learning management systems and other educational technologies, which includes developing code fixes and workarounds as well as articulating issues to the software development community or vendor. The position will write code according to specifications, meet with clients to gather requirements, work within and adhere to scheduled timelines and development methodologies, participate in peer code reviews, author documentation and conduct formal testing.
Exciting opportunity in the department of Physicians Billing Service for a Software Engineer. Will ensure data integrity, enhanced data development, and timely delivery of CPA data supporting JHM ten year strategic plan initiatives which rely on CPA data.
Requires analytical ability to develop some managmeent, narrative, and statistical reports.
The Senior Finance Manager for Information Technology JHU/LLC is the lead financial manager for University IT Operations. The incumbent will oversee all financial operations of the University areas of IT@JH and Enterprise IT Operations including Enterprise Business Solutions (ERP/SAP), IT shared Infrastructure and Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) funded by the NTS LLC.
Works independently to monitor, troubleshoot and correct network issues throughout the Johns Hopkins institution. Evening shift 4pm-12midnight.
Provides hands-on physical, onsite support for data center activities including monitoring, inventory management, hardware implementation, data center logistics, and Storage. There is a statistical and analytical component to this position, to assist in trending and forecasting all factors surrounding the data center infrastructure. Work will be very physical in nature including heavy lifting, installing, and moving fragile equipment. Work requires dexterity and mechanical abilities to install servers, storage, and network cabling and equipment. Strong technical writing skills are desired since this position requires documenting conditions and work progress. The ability to prioritize work requests and the ability work both independently and collaboratively in a team are important.
Diagnose and troubleshoot moderately complex network, device, and data communications problems, install and replace network hardware, software and cabling, configure and validate network switches.
Diagnose and troubleshoot moderately complex network, device, and data communications problems, install and replace network hardware,s oftware and cabling, configure and validate network switches.
The Senior Software Engineer is responsible for the planning, development, implementation and support of centrally-managed systems which support the academic mission of the university. Position will support all divisions of the University. Work is assigned by a manager, but completed independently. Student Information System and its extensions, Astra Scheduling, PowerFAIDS, iHopkins, Hopkins Academic Program Inventory, J-card, Johns Hopkins International Travel Registry, etc. Enterprise wide.
Responsible for the creation, implementation, maintenance, performance, production support and documentation of various departmental and enterprise-wide appliction systems.
Responsible for creation, implementation, maintenance, performance, production support and documentation of various departmental and enterpresie-wide application systems.
As a HL7 Software Engineer, you will be responsible for acquiring fuctional requirements, designing, and developing integrated solutions.
The Sr. Systems Engineer is responsible for providing experienced leadership for software installation projects from planning and design to implementation of custom solutions for various departmental, enterprise-wide, mainframe and midrange computing systems.
The HDIS manager is responsible for transitioning these date level services to newer technologies. This includes operation of the systems until their retirement, and delivery of bridge solutions to facilitate the transition from the legacy technologies to an EPIC-centered, Web Service environment for the future.
The Systems Engineer will deliver technical solutions that ensure that customer experiences are an integral part of the design and engineering process. This will require extensive contact with customers in clinical and administrative workflow situations, customer forums (such as rounds, customer meetings, and steering groups).
Reports to the Manager of Manager, IT Tech Assistant/HELP and is responsible for the day to day operations of the Operator Service Center. These responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: leadership of the Service Center staff, developing and adhering to call center performance measurements, accurate handing of emergent calls and answering service calls. maintaining the contact database, and developing procedures for departmental processes and procedures. The work schedule will be a rotating shift, including evening and weekends.
The position calls for processing a high volume of incoming calls for the JH institutions.