The Department of Critical Care Medicine (CCM) is seeking a full-time Systems Architect with experience in real-time computing architectures. Within an established research infrastructure, the successful candidate will be primarily responsible for server setup and administration, the design and maintenance of a new system affecting real-time, high-density capture of clinical data, including database design, setup, and access. The candidate will also assist in the deployment of real-time analytics APIs and de-identification of clinical data. The candidate will coordinate effective execution of this project across several stakeholders. The candidate must hold Master's in Computer Science or equivalent training, have strong background and relevant experience in server setup and administration, preferably in a Linux environment, have two years of relevant programming experience and project management, have excellent knowledge of SQL, and of mainstream computer languages for API design such as Python, C++ or Java. Experience in health care industry with strong clinical background preferred.
Hiring Range: $46,644.00 - $76,440.00
Education Required: Master's
Overall Related Experience Level Required: 2-3 years experience
Additional Education And/or Experience Essential To the Position: Master's degree in Computer Science or equivalent training
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