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The Oklahoma Health Care Authority is accepting applications for the following position(s):

Announcement Number:1907002
Application Deadline:7/23/2019
Position Title:Systems Analyst II
Number of Vacancies:1
Division:Business Enterprises
Annual Salary:$52,184.00
Summary:
Under immediate supervision, assists in analyzing Medicaid Management Information System Enterprise software. Prepares systems tests for review and develops appropriate documentation. This class describes those positions that perform apprentice level work as a systems analyst. They will work under close supervision assisting in analysis work and will have no supervisory responsibilities. This series represents a general classification of systems analysts who perform a wide variety of general analysis work in support of one or more of the specialized MMIS Enterprise functions. Generally, these incumbents are concerned with the ongoing maintenance/enhancement of the MMIS. This series is responsible for conferring with users, and assisting in designing systems changes to meet user needs and analysis of systems performance.
Typical Functions May Include:
  • Assists in analyzing and defining program logic, screen layouts, reports and testing criteria to support existing and/or development of new and enhanced Medicaid or Health Care-related system. Reviews specifications for new programs and/or modifications to existing programs, either batch or on-line.
  • Engages system users to develop detailed logical flow charts; analyzes work flow charts or diagrams representing problems.
  • Assists in preparing test data and procedures to test programs to determine if they meet program specifications and evaluates program accuracy.
  • At times with senior analysts assistance, confers with direct system users and other stakeholders to identify system user requirements, identify solutions, determine and select technology applications, evaluate existing Medicaid applications and identifies potential changes to the MMIS system.
  • Communicates any system issues for prompt resolution and/or making presentations as designated by manager.
  • Assists in analyzing agency policy for application systems, operating systems, and data processing personnel using Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) processes and CMS seven standards and conditions.
  • Identifies and defines deviations from policy and plan requirements and consults with Medicaid Enterprise agencies to obtain necessary modifications for compliance with such requirements.
  • Assist in analyzing agency plans for conformity with minimum mandatory standards; assists in assimilating agency plans into state-wide plan; evaluates actual results for comparison with budgeted objectives.
  • Reviews technical literature and specialized publications concerning private sector and government application systems and operating systems to maintain a high degree of familiarity with new developments and enhancements.
  • Assists in identifying the potential for transferability of applications systems, hardware, and/or operating systems; and utilization of excess capacity, and the potential for joint development efforts among various agencies throughout the Medicaid enterprise.
  • Assist in preparing cost/benefit analyses.
  • Develops a plan of approach and preparing standard methodologies for all phases of data processing development and life cycle management.
  • Assist in developing and analyzing data processing plans for state agencies not having the capacity to do so.
  • Detects and identifies deviation from expected program results; diagnoses symptoms to isolate the failing component.
  • Conducts and/or participates in structured system walk-throughs.
  • Assist in developing and analyzing data processing plans for state agencies not having the capacity to do so.
  • Support for Medicaid operational staff.
  • Schedules and participates in structured walkthroughs.
  • Receives training in writing and testing detailed programming specifications.
  • Performs related work as required and assigned.TRAVEL: Travel on an “as needed” basis.
Education/Experience Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in the area of Information Technology, Computer Science or a closely related field with 24 hours in Information Technology OR
  • 1 year of experience in computer programming, systems analysis, or defining technical specifications for a large health care related system.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience totaling 3 years
Preference May Be Given To Candidates With:
  • Two or more years’ experience in analysis and or design of a managed care or other health care related system; or analysis and implementation of a major system modification
  • Baccalaureate degree in computer science.
  • Experience with Management Information Systems
  • Experience with system and application development, implementation, and operations
  • Experience with Medicaid Enterprise systems
Additional Required Documents


   Important: You must submit all required documents to be considered for this position.
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