Systems Analyst

Munson Medical Center
Traverse City, MI

Info Systems-Ambulatory Applications


Day shift

24 hrs


The schedule for this position will be three 8-hour days.
The most qualified candidate will have some knowledge of Powerchart, Nextgen, and physician office workflow.
This position includes a liaison role in facilitating communication between Information Systems and our customers on current issues and projects.
A Systems Analyst works under general supervision having an overall broad depth of hospital and information systems technology.  A person in this position can conduct a business requirement reviews, includes business and user needs, documents requirements, formulates business requirements, generates systems scope and objectives for moderately complex information systems, may make suggestions for workflow and process improvements, may modify, test and implement 3rd party software or create simple programmatic/scripted solutions, may lead small to mid-size teams on small to mid-size projects (40-80hrs) involving less-complex systems with low integration.  Fully documents requirements, testing, code/script, processes and workflow.  A Systems Analyst in this position is expected to guide and advise Associate Systems Analysts.



Must have one of the following (required):

·         Associate’s degree (preferably IS/Business or healthcare emphasis) with 2 years’ relevant experience (IS/Business or healthcare)

·         Bachelor’s degree (preferably IS/Business or healthcare emphasis)

·         4 years in healthcare or IS/Business experience

Experience in Information Systems (IS) beneficial

Experience in healthcare beneficial

Technical Knowledge (required):

·         Working knowledge of MS Desktop products

·         Knowledge of Client/Server applications

·         General understanding of:

Common programming languages (like C++ and Java)

IT Selection and Implementation Methodology

Software development best practices

Required technical documentation including flowcharts

Interpreting vendor technical requirements

Relational database concepts

Operating Systems (such as AIX, Windows, MAC and Linux)

Types of hardware, storage and computing capacity of computers

Back up processes and disaster recovery

Common technical terminology

Computer security procedures and protocols

Network topologies

Report writing tools


Under the general supervision of a Manager, but may receive advice and assistance from other

leaders/managers of Information Systems.