Job: Technical Architect (HBITS 01566)

Title Technical Architect (HBITS 01566)
Start Date 2015-01-02
Location US-NY-Albany
Job Information

Position Description/Responsibilities:

Join a world leader in IT metrics and productivity! Computer Aid, Inc.  (CAI) is a full service Information Technology outsourcing firm with more than 30 years of experience and a world leader in IT measurement and IT productivity.

 

Computer Aid, Inc. is looking for a Technical Architect with 7 or more years of experience!  Duration 19 months.
This position comes to us from our NY State contract for Hourly Based Information Technology Services (HBITS)  and is located in Albany NY.   Albany is in the beautiful upstate region of NY, which is only a few hours from Boston, New York City, Montreal, and the spectacular mountains of the Adirondacks.

 

Consider applying today as time is limited on this and other positions like it for the state of NY.

 

Respond with your updated resume to be considered and read all the details listed here as the State contract is very specific concerning experience level and skills.

 

Position Requirements/Technical Skills:

Project Scope- duties of position

 

Medical Malpractice Data Collection System (MMDCS)

 

Under Section 315(b) of the New York State Insurance Law, Hospitals, Insurance Companies, and certain Health Care Practitioners are required to report all malpractice claims within 90 days.   The current Medical Malpractice Data Collection System (MMDCS), developed in 2002, is an outdated system which places a high burden on DOH staff and the claim reporters, requiring large numbers of staff to manually enter data into the system.

 

The Department of Health has a need to readdress the processes, and systems involved in the reporting of Medical Malpractice claims.   A new comprehensive system to track all malpractice claims and related data needs to be designed and implemented. The system needs to support centralized intake to employ consistent investigation criteria and permit the automated identification of duplicative entries.  The system needs to allow for prompt research and retrieval of accurate information from stakeholders, and to allow DOH to accurately report out on the data that is collected.

 

The Technical Architect activities and responsibilities that will be required in this project include but are not limited to:

 

•  Design system architecture and develop system models specifying interactions between multiple systems.

•  Develop and/or modify technical and/or design specifications, technical writing and documentation.

•  Develop web pages and user interfaces.;

•  Software development and maintenance tasks including coding, testing, and implementation.

 

 

PART A: The ONE MANDATORY REQUIREMENT:

 

Expert Level

You must be an Expert Technical Architect with documented employment experience of 7+ years (84+ months).

 

– You must have technical experience centered around a technology, technologies or a portfolio of applications.  Designing and implementing Information Technology solutions.

 

– You must be able to provide leadership of large teams and/or extensive industry experience and is considered at the top of his/her field.

 

 

PART B: Requested Desirable Qualifications: The numbered qualifications below are not mandatory, but candidates should meet or exceed in duration and skill set target asked for, at least 4 of numbers 1 through 7.

 

  1. 84 Months of experience in Object Oriented Analysis and Design (OOAD) following the Rational Unified Process (RUP).
  2. 84 Months of experience in Designing and Implementing Information Technology Solutions.
  3. 84 Months of experience on multiple Hardware and Software Environments.
  4. 60 Months of experience developing Java Web Services.
  5. 48 Months of experience in using the Struts 2.0 framework.
  6. 48 Months of experience working with IBM Rational Clear Case.
  7. 12 Months of experience in integrating with IBM FileNet.

 

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