When you join Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, CA, you are aligning yourself with an organization whose values drive our philosophy of care. Our focus on delivering quality, service, and cutting edge care, enables Huntington Hospital to be an organization committed to patient outcomes-not the bottom line. More importantly, it empowers you to enact change and deliver the results that continuously improve our ability to provide our community with care.
The Financial Informatics Analyst III is primarily responsible for supporting the financial and human resources departments and technologies they utilize. This person is responsible for reviewing, analyzing, and evaluating systems and solutions based on business user needs. This person is responsible for working with financial and human resources users to define current state workflows and develop future state workflows that meet business needs and that are technically relevant. In addition, this person is responsible for documentation of user incidents and requests, progress against fulfilling incidents and requests, user and technical requirements, and system design. This person relies on extensive experience and judgment with a wide degree of latitude in carrying out duties including complicated tasks, leading small projects, and providing guidance for others. Responsible for delivering high level of customer service based on user needs in a manner that is aligned with financial and human resources workflow and priorities. Works with minimal supervision and leads and provides guidance for others. The Financial Informatics Analyst III is knowledgeable of and adheres to commonly used Information Technology concepts, practices, and procedures including relational databases, client server concepts, and SQL syntax. This is a full time position requiring flexibility of hours and is not eligible for overtime pay.
A minimum of five years experience in Information Technology, required. A minimum of five years experience in application design, configuration, and/or programming, required. A minimum of three years experience with Infor Lawson and/or Kronos application support, required. Five years experience financial and/or human resources healthcare operations, preferred.
Bachelor degree in Information Technology, Health Administration, Informatics, Nursing or other healthcare program, strongly preferred.
ITIL v3 Foundations within 6 months of hire, strongly preferred. MTA, MCSA, MCSE, or MCDBA certifications, preferred.
Application expertise by achieving proficiency in five Infor Lawson and/or Kronos solutions and familiarity in seven or more applications that are outside of the core EHR. Business acumen, which encompasses having solid understanding of the users environment, functionality requirements, and workflows, along with how they interact in the broader healthcare operational environment. Applies this knowledge to daily activities, ensuring that service and technology provided supports the business environment. Actively provides guidance for peers. Critical thinking, which encompasses objective analysis, systematic evaluation of the problem, followed by forming development of solutions to solve the business problems. Utilizing good judgment, makes recommendations and appropriately prioritizes work. Actively provides guidance for peers. Effective meeting management for large sized, interdisciplinary groups, including development of action oriented agendas, meeting facilitation, documentation of meeting outcomes, and tracking of action items. Utilizes conflict management techniques to support optimal outcomes. Ability to retain knowledge gained in formal training and advance that knowledge through research, troubleshooting, and industry networking. Actively provides training and orientation for peers as it relates to application knowledge, Information Technology standards, and tools. Technical expertise and acumen by regularly utilizing Information Technology concepts, practices and procedures such as use of command prompts, pinging of IP addresses, debugging, etc. with demonstrated ability to utilize tools to effectively and efficiently resolve technology issues. Utilizes expertise to develop solutions and programs to automate processes. Actively provides guidance and training for peers. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, and SQL with an ability to independently research and continue to learn and advance knowledge of these applications. Demonstrates and ability to effectively and efficiently utilize these tools to minimize manual work effort. Actively provides guidance and training for peers. Strong communication, interpersonal, and conflict management skills along with the ability to work with a diverse population. Commitment to providing exceptional IT Service Delivery by understanding user needs, development of solutions, and adherence to IT service management practices standards. Serves as a role model, providing guidance for peers and advocate for meeting and exceeding service level goals.
Innovating the delivery of healthcare as the San Gabriel Valley region's only Level II Trauma Center and Level III NICU, Huntington Hospital is a 635-bed non-profit regional medical center. We deliver nationally recognized care across over 90 service areas to our community and beyond.
Located in downtown Pasadena, you'll find yourself among charming neighborhoods and a relaxed community that is still close enough to all that L.A. has to offer. So join us, and find out what it's like to discover Careers at a Higher Level™.
Location/Region: Pasadena, CA