We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Support Spec II-Solutions Dev.
In this role, the successful candidate Ancillary Systems Support Specialist will provide an outstanding IT support for Radiation Oncology Department and MCIT Ancillary teams, and will contribute to the our mission of utilizing information technology to improve patient care.
Provide first level of Desktop and Application support for Radiation Oncology Department and Interface between the department and the various divisions of NYU MCIT
Troubleshoot Radiation Oncology IT related issues including (but not limited to) Aria Application, Desktop, networking, storage, hardware, citrix and Triage the issues as needed to appropriate teams within MCIT
Provide advance troubleshooting support for applications as necessary. Assist with coordination of vendor activities including hardware and software installation
Work on helpdesk tickets, change requests, work orders, and new rollouts
Triage audio-visual and video conferencing issues to onsite desktop team and follow up. Assess the project scope, level of effort, technical requirements, vendor and IT involvement.
Ensure System changes, follow clinical workflow, change management procedures and protocols, create and maintain all documentation for all assigned applications and develop, plan and execute testing for supported applications
Communicate all necessary application changes, enhancements and procedures to all necessary department teams and follow proper change management process
To qualify you must have a four (4) year Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Health Informatics, or a related field and at least 1 year of experience or equivalent combination. Strong technical skills including Windows, UNIX applications, networking, and PC troubleshooting is required Excellent written and oral communication skills xcellent interpersonal skills with customers, vendors peers and management Ability to analyze data and make recommendations Strong problem solving and analytical skills Ability to work independently with minimal supervision Work well in a team environment Excellent follow up skills Must be adaptable in a rapidly changing environment Must be able to multi-task effectively Strong documentation and organizational skills
Clinical Applications experience is Preferred EMR, PACS and Healthcare IT experience is highly preferred Clinical system workflow knowledge is highly preferred Knowledge of HL7 interface is highly preferred Knowledge of Database is highly preferred
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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