Department Name: H4024: Information Technology - EHR Project
The EHR Testing Analyst will be responsible for executing the system validation and testing of a new electronic health record. This includes test planning, test script development and coordination, defect management, status reporting, and build and execution of automated testing activities. This role will develop and maintain documentation in accordance with service management standards, policies, and procedures of the business and system requirements. Analysts will actively participate in all phases and activities related to testing and if required, training and activation. This role will participate in operational and integrated work groups to assess user feedback, gather requirements for testing, and review/audit testing activities.
The Analyst will meet regularly with team members and project leadership to discuss the status of deliverables, issues, change communications, and updates; execute additional key functions delineated for the specific technical roles in areas such as biomedical devices, end user devices, conversions, interfaces, infrastructure, identity and access management, business intelligence and testing.
The essential functions of this position require communicating and building strategic working relationships with staff and other individuals from diverse backgrounds; abiding by University guidelines; maintaining confidentiality; prioritizing and managing work effectively; working within a fast-paced, time sensitive project; positively representing the University; reporting to meetings at various locations both on and off campus; traveling outside the local area for training; and working successfully both within a team and independently.
The ideal candidate will possess experience working with complex processes, a positive attitude and a willingness to work hard, dedication and commitment, and skills utilizing Excel, SharePoint, and Testing Tools.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
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Required License/Registration/Certification :
Experience with Epic EHR application testing or large scale integration testing preferred.
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