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Intern Non-Clinical EMR Engineering

Full / Part Time: Per Diem
Location: Springfield, Massachusetts
Regular/Temporary: Regular

The EMR Engineering & Integration team seeks a Non Clinical Intern for 3-6 months in Springfield!  (up to 24hrs a week)  

The incumbent will participate in translating business and technical requirements into well-engineered, documented and successfully deployed application systems.  The incumbent will participate in full life cycle software engineer including designing, developing, testing, installing, and deploying software applications that meet business expectations.  The incumbent will participate in the implementation of vendor-supplied software packages including the installation, customization, deployment, maintenance, and administration. The incumbent will participate in day-to-day support.

What You Will Do: 

Learning

Incumbent is responsible for gaining a basic understanding of assigned programming languages, development platforms, and application solutions and support

He or she is expected to learn project documentation procedures such as change control policies, technical documentation, code review, test plans, and support documentation.

AdministrationHe or she is expected to learn the fundamentals and participate in the full software development life cycle.

Staff support

Incumbents will be expected to assist in application development activities with oversight from senior application engineers & analysts, architects, and managers/team lead.

Incumbents will assist in support and documentation of technical and business requirements with oversight.

He/she works collaboratively with their team and other assigned IT teams to ensure projects are successively supported and delivered. 

Administration

He or she will be responsible for completing all requested internship documentation provided by Baystate Health or partnering academic entity including time tracking and status reports.

He or she will meet regularly with the Manager/team lead to update on progress of assigned projects and training as well as to facilitate learning.

Incumbent will keep senior team members advised of major hurdles as well as be expected to seek out advice in completing assigned tasks.

What You Will Do:  High School / GED

Minimally Required Education:  Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or Information Systems

Minimally Required Experience: Have received academic training on the basics of programming applications.

Skills / Competencies: 

  • Have the ability to learn and understand programming languages in a clinical environment.
  • Demonstrate an attention to detail in system documentation.
  • Demonstrate an ability to think critically and to apply it to system development activities.
  • Demonstrate an engagement in the experiences being offered as well as the material being presented as a part of this internship.
  • Demonstrate effective written and verbal communication.
  • Demonstrate a customer service focus.
  • Operate in a professional environment in support of Baystate Health’s operating principles.

Baystate Health is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.

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