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SQL Developer

Job Duties

The SQL Developer uses database programming to support complex analyses of administrative, clinical, financial, and demographic data for various health system programs. The developer configures databases, implements data models, and develops pipelines to transfer data among disparate sources and systems. The developer is responsible for building complex data sets and using the data to inform clinical, financial, and operational stakeholders. The developer works with team members, users, and others to define requirements, to develop high quality data capture and reporting processes, and to meet current and future user needs using the enterprise data repository and its business intelligence platform.
Engage stakeholders directly to elicit business requirements, and transform this information into functional specifications. Interpret documentation provided by business systems analysts when possible for larger projects. Implement functional specifications as SQL programming, data model development, report writing, report distribution, and the use of other database technologies and business intelligence tools as needed by the project. Develop the health system's enterprise data repository through Epic Cogito using pertinent data elements from the Epic Clarity database and other source systems. Further construct pipelines from the enterprise data repository out to custom data marts and proprietary or packaged analytical applications.
Participate in the optimization of the data warehouse architecture in order to provide a high quality experience to the user community by providing high volume, consistent, integrated data through powerful analytical tools.

Job Qualifications

Strong SQL programming skills, particularly for the Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server platforms. Understanding of source and target data structures, ETL processes, and tools. Ability to comprehend relationships among data elements in an electronic medical record, and both professional and institutional claims. Ability to comprehend clinical, operational, and financial measures. Understanding of statistical concepts. Baccalaureate degree in health sciences, information systems, computer science or other pertinent field is required. Graduate degree is preferred. Prior work experience with health care data is required.

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Summary Information

  • Job Title: SQL Developer
  • UCLA Title: Programmer/Analyst IV
  • Job Num.: H69937
  • Work Hours: Monday-Friday
  • Work Location: UCLA FPG Century Center
  • Job Type: Career
  • Duration: Indefinite
  • Minimum Salary: $32.39 / $5635
  • Maximum Salary: $63.84 / $11108
  • Layoff Referral Deadline: 01/24/2014
  • Bargaining Unit: 99

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