Title: IT Administrator Career Level: Entry for Full-Time Position Compensation: Entry for Full-Time Position Environment: Ubuntu Linux; PostrgreSQL; Tomcat; Bacula Education: College Degree or Technical Degree Required Responsibilities: Linux administration on production system, Production hardware support Application deployment, monitoring , Development environment support, HIPAA and HITECH compliance
Health Monitoring Systems is seeking candidates for an open IT Administrator position. This position is responsible for the maintenance of Health Monitoring Systems' EpiCenter production environment as well as related systems.
EpiCenter is a Software-as-a-Service system provided to public health to monitor healthcare-related data. The system connects healthcare to public health by gathering data from hospitals, urgent care centers and physician offices. EpiCenter is the largest system in the country that collects real-time healthcare data directly from healthcare providers.
The position will maintain and monitor EpiCenter, which will require understanding of Bash scripts, package maintenance, Tomcat deployment, and system monitoring through a combination of SNMP and scripting reporting to the Zenoss open source package. Routine maintenance using Bacula for backups and updating operating system patches will be required.
Since Health Monitoring Systems works with healthcare data, all of our systems conform to a company Information Security Program that implements HIPAA and HITECH. Adhering to these standards and improving our processes in a commonsense way is an important part of this position.
Ideally, we are looking for an entry level candidate who can bring intelligence and energy to the position.
At Health Monitoring Systems (HMS), our goal is to provide Public Health officials with the tools that enhance their ability to safeguard the health of the communities they serve.
Our Community Health Surveillance service, EpiCenter analyzes healthcare data in real time using a software-as-a-service approach. Over 700 health departments, ambulatory and urgent care facilities, and hospitals nationwide utilize EpiCenter.