CLINIC SYSTEMS SUPPORT (PCN 277)
Work Hours: 8-5
The primary function of the Clinic Systems Support is to provide project management, software support, and training for clinic systems and applications as well as special projects assigned by the Information Technology (IT) Director. Utilizing clinical knowledge, participates in the planning, design, build, testing, training and implementation of clinical applications utilized by patient care providers. The incumbent adheres to all hospital-wide policies and procedures as well as complies with established standards and objectives. The main component of the position is managing resources to move the supporting Clinics forward to meaningful use. The incumbent is a clinical educator and communicator who works with other clinical staff to identify computer system needs and develops the training and implementation of those systems.
KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:
Must have a High School diploma or GED. Minimum of Medical Assistant certification; associates degree in information systems or nursing helpful. Three years recent clinical experience in a clinic environment preferred; alternate direct patient care and clinical applications experience considered. Knowledge of computer network operations with minimum two years experience working in a computerized clinical system or other information systems environment is preferred. Project management experience is helpful. Practical knowledge/experience of PC business software including word processing, spreadsheets, and database applications is required. Demonstrated teaching skills preferred. Must be able to work independently. Must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills. High attention to detail and producing quality work is essential for this position. Must be well-organized and able to work in a fast-paced environment and keep track of multiple tasks and projects. Must have a technical aptitude of computer systems. Must have good keyboarding and data entry skills.
We invite you to join our team of professionals at South Peninsula Hospital. As the largest employer in the community, we offer an extraordinary work/life balance, as well as competitive pay and benefits. Our employees enjoy a rewarding career with astounding opportunities for growth, and the ability to explore the natural habitat and beauty of Alaska.
You will be captivated by Homer, a small, charming seaside community surrounded by gorgeous and bountiful mountains, beaches, glaciers, sea life, wildlife, amazing fishing, and breathtaking views of Kachemak Bay. You will also be impressed with the surrounding schools, museums, art galleries, fine dining options, and seaside accommodations.
Let your next adventure take you to Homer, Alaska, long known as the “Halibut Fishing Capital of the World.” You will absolutely love it here!