Company Name:
Robert Half Technology
The Programmer role is a key member of the Technical Support team with the responsibility of working with users to define software solutions and then develop, implement and support the technical components of that solution.
Programmer Qualifications:
Programming Languages: VB.NET with some knowledge of VB6
Database Knowledge: Microsoft SQL, MySQL, Pervasive SQL, FoxPro, MS Access, Advantage
Data Reporting Tool: Crystal Reports
Web programming tools: PHP, Javascript, CSS, HTML, Wordpress (or other CMS tools).
Ability to work with users to define software requirements and translate those requirements into detailed program designs and code
Understanding of relational database structure and demonstrated experience in developing code
Knowledge across a mix of programming languages including VB.Net, SQL and HTML
Experience in object oriented design concepts and architecture
Capability to successfully manage and deliver small projects
Ability to define and execute rigorous test plans
Additional experience a plus:
Experience in SOAP protocols and web
Interoperability from COM to .NET.
ANSI 5010 electronic claim files
HL7 2.x / 3.x (XML) Clinical Care Summaries
HIPAA / HITECH Act / Meaningful Use
Understanding of Healthcare Clinical Office Terminology
Specific Qualifications:
Demonstrated ability to multi-task.
Excellent customer focus and a willingness to deliver high quality outcomes for AMS.
Ability to manage and
Demonstrated experience managing the support and enhancement of systems running in a high volume production environment.
Ability to work in a distributed environment.
Good understanding of hardware and software.
Good judgment in proactively identifying issues and recommending solutions to others.
Ability to work collaboratively with others to ensure effective support and development of applications.
General Qualifications:
Strong solution skills and the ability to think broadly across multiple technologies.
Strong communication skills and ability to work with various types of user and other IT resources
If you are interested in hearing more please call Ashley Beck at 314.205.1770 or email your resume directly to Ashley at

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