Company Name:
Marshfield Clinic Information Services Inc
#### Job Description:
Under the direction of the Team Lead or Manager, the Programmer/Analyst is involved in most phases of the development process. This includes: gathering specifications, creating and refining new or revised computer system functionality specifications, conducting the detailed analysis and design, programming, testing, documentation, assisting in implementation, and follow-up support of the users. Ability to work and thrive in a team environment is critical.
###### Job Responsibilities:
Gathers specifications, understands and defines the problem, and evaluates potential solutions to the problem.
Identifies commonality in a problem set to develop a generic solution, which can be extended to solve multiple problems;
Prepares vision documents, functional specifications, or detailed programming specifications;
Creates technical solutions for function, performance, reuse and availability and prepares technical specifications;
Designs modules and systems that integrate well with existing systems;
Applies programming and analytical techniques to determine causes of program malfunctions and
Recommends procedures to correct programming or system errors and evaluates results.
#### Experience and Skills:
Education and Experience :
Bachelor's Degree in business or technical field, preferably in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Applied Math, MIS, or Web Development is required.
Advanced degree in Computer Science, Medical Informatics or related field is preferred.
Formal programming experience with C++, .NET, Web Development or Database Development is preferred.
This position is eligible for the Employee Referral Program.
Job Tracking ID 57
Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
Location: Marshfield, WI
Date Updated: June 06, 2014
Job Level: Entry Level (less than 2 years)
Years of Experience: Up to 2 Years
Level of Education:
Number Of Openings: 3
Starting Date: ASAP

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