Johns Hopkins Medicine is currently hiring 85 Epic Community Division implementation team members, requiring various levels of technical, business and clinical operations expertise. To be considered, bids must be completed as soon as possible. Please visit the Epic section of our job board to review all job postings and full descriptions, and to apply online. Current employees of any Johns Hopkins Medicine member organizations (e.g. HCGH, Sibley, etc.) should complete the internal bid form. External candidates need to complete the full application.
If you applied previously for Epic Ambulatory First and are still interested in joining the Epic Community Division initiative, please note that you must reapply for these position(s).
Current Employees (Employed by any Johns Hopkins Medicine member organizations)
External Candidates (Not employed by any Johns Hopkins Medicine member organizations)
Positions for which we are currently seeking interested candidates include:
- Epic Application Coordinators (Levels I, II, III and Lead)
Each major application or application group has one or more Application Coordinators who serve as the primary support contact for the application to coordinate all issues that arise during the project, and have vast knowledge of the organization's policies, procedures and business operations. An Application Coordinator also serves as an important bridge between end users and the implementation staff. Critical abilities include leading meetings, resolving conflict, tracking and managing issues, and oversight and implementation of project plans. Coordinators from many clinical and administrative backgrounds will be needed, including, radiology, pharmacy, accounting, scheduling, registration, HIM, HIPAA, IT, nursing, billing, contracts, labs, physician practice workflow, ordering and documentation, materials management, and more.
- Epic Principal Trainers
The training team works with Application Coordinators to develop and implement the overall training program for the organization's end users of the Epic system. Principal Trainers develop training programs for the applications and are integral members of the project team and involved in workflow design and system build.
- Epic Report Writers
Report Writers analyze, create specifications for, and write individual Clarity reports for applications. Successful Report Writers have strong project management, leadership and communication skills and are comfortable with relational database concepts. They must have proficiency with report writing tools and the ability to gain in-depth understanding of a data model to determine data structures that benefit an entire reporting environment.
- Epic Programmer Analysts (Levels A, B, C and D) and Cache Database Administrators
Programmer Analysts and Cache Database Administrators are the primary support contacts for the interfaces they are assigned to and coordinate all issues that arise during the project for their interface(s). They work closely with the technical and application teams to ensure that the interfaces meet the needs of the end users. HL7 interface experience is required.
- Epic Administrative and Managerial Positions
A variety of administrative and managerial positions are needed to support the Epic Ambulatory First and Epic Community Division implementations. These include Project Managers, a Training Manager, Inpatient Clinical Application Manager, Access and Revenue Manager and Administrative Coordinator.
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