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Application Analyst

Company Name:
The Bowdoin Group
Company:
This company is a prestigious healthcare company with locations all over the Greater Boston area. This client was named 100 Best Places to Work in Information Technology for 7 years in a row, and ranked one of the top companies in New England. It was also named one of the most innovative business technology organizations in 2013.
Required Skills:
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Have 5+ years of systems support, informatics or infrastructure services experience
-Experience with HL7
-Experience creating and editing XML documents
Role:
We are looking for an experienced Data Analyst to join our client's Informatics Infrastructure Services group. This group focuses on the development of clinical applications. The role would include analyzing XML, SOAP data series to interpret and document how the data will be represented in an HL7 CDA compliant document. This department focuses on developing business and system requirements for the implementation and interactions with the systems.
Contractors:
Contractors who are a great technical and cultural fit are often extended or offered a permanent opportunity. Pay is competitive.
Then:
Apply now! I'd love to speak with you about how you may be an excellent fit for this role.
To apply OR speak to a recruiter today: Call Brittny 781-263-5249
The Bowdoin Group is always seeking new technical talent to staff project-based positions with our contracting clients. We work with companies throughout the greater Boston area in a variety of industries, providing them with just-enough, just-in-time workforce solutions for their technical projects and managing a seamless transition for our contractors between old and new projects. If you are a technical consultant in search of a new position, please reach out to us! We will be happy to work with you to locate the position that best matches your skills and personality.
Check out other positions we are looking to fill:
www.bowdoingroup.com
The Bowdoin Group is an equal opportunity employer.
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