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General Summary/Overview Statement: The primary role of this position will be to design, develop and support large-scale, mission-critical, multi-site web applications. Responsibilities will include participation in software design sessions with the users, and working in close coordination with analyst counterparts, PeC Extensions, UI Integration teams, and other MGB innovation groups. Additionally, the position will require being part of the team's on-call rotation. As new projects arise, this person may assume other responsibilities.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities: • Functions as technical leader for multiple complex applications utilizing demonstrated ability to deliver technical solutions to the problems and challenges inherent in related projects. • Will be involved in all phases of project life cycle, assisting in the technical design, coding, implementation, and maintenance of the assigned systems. • Works with the project team, which includes users and analysts, to develop technical solutions which integrate with the current systems. • Develops project related technical work plans, including technical specifications, delivery schedules, and ensures adherence. • Collaborates with other IS staff (Operations, Network Services, Information Security, etc.) to provide inter-disciplinary technical solutions. • Collaborates with PeC groups for all integrations with Epic. • Collaborates with the team to maintain internal documentation for new and existing applications. • Participate in the groups on-call rotation for support. • Must be a self-starter and stay current on emerging technologies in the industry. • Performs all other duties as assigned. • Uses the Mass General Brigham values to govern their decision, actions and behaviors.
Qualifications • Minimum of a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related discipline, or equivalent work experience. • At least 4 years of progressive work experience in developing web applications.
If onsite:Office On-call rotation
Supervisory Responsibility No supervisory responsibilities
Fiscal Responsibility No direct budgetary responsibilities
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