Programmer Analyst III - Biomedical Informatics (TMC)

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UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics
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Position Summary:

Provides the technical skills involving writing and documenting moderate to complex applications and programs.

Applies experience and technical skills obtained from a concentrated degree program of computer science and industry in defining requirements and designing and developing highly specialized programs and applications in a research setting. The position will involve high performance webservice development, integration of tools in a container-based environment, and data analysis. This position mentors junior level colleagues. 

Department:    SBMI- Biomedical Informatics 
Location:           Houston (TMC)
FTE:                     Full Time                       
Status:               Exempt

Position Key Accountabilities:

1.  Designs and documents the program or series of programs which will best meet the needs of the client/user.
2.  Ensures that the specification provided are thorough and detailed in order to avoid problems in coding development.
3.  Adheres to the departmental standards for program specifications and ensures the documents are approved by the client and supervisor.
4.  Consults resources materials as needed.
5.  Codes moderate to complex programs and ensure that the programs conform to departmental standards.
6.  Thoroughly and adequately tests all functions of the program prior to submitting it to the lead analyst or manager for quality review and verification.
7.  Prepares the proper paperwork and follows correct procedures for implementing new programs or changes in production.
8.  Responsible for the maintenance of completed/existing programs and systems.
9.  Other duties as assigned



Minimum Education:

 Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field, or relevant experience in lieu of education.

Preferred Skills:

Defines program and/or system requirements working with stakeholders.

Designs and conducts system and integration testing. Works with stakeholders to verify results.

Translates program and system requirements into technical specifications.

Minimum Experience:

Three and a half years of programming experience.

Physical Requirements:

Exerts up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 20 pounds frequently and/or up to 10 pounds constantly to move objects.

Security Sensitive:

This job class may contain positions that are security sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of Texas Education Code § 51.215

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