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Application Analyst- Leading Healthcare Company!

Company Name:
The Bowdoin Group
Are you an application analyst looking to work with a great company?A large healthcare organization that has been named a Best Place to Work by Computer world for 7 years in a row and a Top Corporate Contributor by Boston Business Journal. Due to growth, we are looking to add a motivated application analyst to the team!
We need an individual that a strong understanding of clinical software applications to support a hospital's core clinical systems including clinican order entry, pharmacy, and documentation. You will be responsible for the on-going support of live applications including system maintenance, system enhancements and upgrades.
Opportunities for BOTH entry level/junior
(1-3 years expereince) as well as
mid-to-senior level
candidates (3+ years experience)!
If you have experience with/as:
Application Analyst
Clinical Software Applications
Healthcare industry
Please apply today!!
Perks:
-Parking available
-Shuttle system available
-On-site cafeteria
-6+ month contract
-Competitiverate
To apply OR speak to a recruiter today: Call Brittny Tomaselli at (781) 263-5249 or email me at
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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