Job Id: IN-8393-1 (913891011)
[cancelled] Healthcare .Net Architect with C#, SQL Server, State Level Repositories (SLR), agile and healthcare/MMIS/Medicaid operations/academic experience
Location: Columbia, SC
Duration: 12 Months
Category Name Required Importance Level Last Used Experience
Administrative Interpersonal Skills Yes 1 Advanced Currently Using 2 – 4 Years
Administrative Verbal Communication Skills Yes 1 Expert Currently Using 2 – 4 Years
Administrative Written Communication Skills Yes 1 Expert Currently Using 2 – 4 Years
Database Platforms SQL Server Yes 1 Advanced Within 1 Year 2 – 4 Years
Programming Languages .Net Yes 1 Advanced Within 1 Year 2 – 4 Years
Programming Languages C# Yes 1 Advanced Within 1 Year 2 – 4 Years
Programming Languages Visual Studio Yes 1 Advanced Within 1 Year 2 – 4 Years
Specialties State Level Repositories (SLR) Yes 1 Intermediate Within 1 Year 2 – 4 Years
Specialties Understanding of IT development and implementation projects Yes 1 Intermediate Within 1 Year 2 – 4 Years
PREFERRED SKILLS (RANK IN ORDER OF IMPORTANCE):
• Knowledge of healthcare and related insurance principles and processes.
• Medicaid eligibility system/business operations experience.
• Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) experience
• Medicaid operations experience.
• Public sector and/or academic environment experience.
DAILY DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Software Engineer is responsible for assessing, designing, developing and implementing the Dept for Meaningful Use Stage 3 and Modifications to MU 2018, as well as any other statutory changes relative to the program. The Software Engineer will work as part of a small development team under the direction of Clemson’s technical project manager for new technology development.
The Software Engineer role has two major functions: design and development/implementation.
• Proven experience developing enterprise class Web applications in Microsoft’s .NET environment (Visual Studio including C# and SQL Server experience)
• Demonstrated experience designing Web applications
• Demonstrated experience coding Web applications
• Experience working on State Level Repositories (SLR)
• Keen ability to recognize opportunities for process improvement that may be supported through application.
• Ability to assess current solution, solutions available through other State’s efforts and develop the most cost effective and efficient plan
• Understanding of modern/agile IT development lifecycle processes including development and testing.
• Superb written and oral communications skills, including the ability to effectively interact with both managers/senior leadership and software developers/system administrators.
• Willingness and ability to effectively engage with people and organizations on a continuous basis.
The State expects the Software Engineer team member to:
1. Participate in the software development and design strategy of Stage 3 and Modifications to MU 2018 of the SLR development including assessing the current solution and other state solutions.
2. Work with the State’s HIT team to understand the requirements.
3. Work with other state SLR development teams to collaborate.
4. Develop the next phase requirements of Dept.
5. Work with Clemson’s technical team to perform functional testing.
6. Ensure the system is compliant with CMS standards and meets the ACA regulations and standards.
7. Document the solutions and train State staff for on-going maintenance.
Bachelor’s degree in a technical, business, or field. Master’s degree preferred.
None required. Microsoft .NET/SQL Server and/or related Microsoft Technology Certification preferred.