St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

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Senior Database/Systems Developer

Senior Database/Systems Developer

Job ID 
Infectious Diseases
Info Technology
Job Location 

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Responsible for the design, development, and maintenance of relational database systems, web-based applications and reporting for the department of Infectious Diseases, using SQL Database/Servers, Visual Studio, MS ACCESS, third party applications, and Business Intelligence/Reporting Tools such as Hyperion, SSRS, and Crystal Reports. Formulates and manages data transformation and data transition flows among various platforms using DTS Packages and SSIS. Supports various grants of the Infectious Diseases department and adheres to the institutional compliance programs. Will provide front line support for the Infectious Diseases department hardware and software and perform other assigned related duties in order to meet the goals and objectives of the department.

Minimum Education

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field is required.

Minimum Experience

Five (5) years of progressive experience in database and/or software development, including at least two (2) years in SQL Server database design and development and Hyperion/SSRS Reporting, is required.

Experience with .NET, JavaScript, HTML, TSQL, and Ajax is strongly preferred. 

Experience with Milli and Cerner is preferred. 


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