Remote Cerner CCL Report Developer

Cordea Consulting - United States

Full-time
Position Title: Cerner CCL Programming Analyst (100% remote)

Required Experience:
Previous experience with Cerner Command Language (CCL) and support, maintenance, and report writing

Two to Three (2-3) years of information system development, implementation, and support required

Remote work available for 100% of project

Roles and Responsibilities:
Provide Cerner CCL (Cerner Command Language) programming, maintenance, report writing, and testing for Cerner clinical solutions.

Develop reports and build programs per hospital specification as needed.

Utilize CCL/Discern Explorer to select from, insert into, update into, and delete from a Cerner database.

Execute Discern Explorer programs on demand using ExplorerMenu.exe (EM) and ExplorerAnalyzer.exe (EA) to analyze the system resources used by RDBMS queries.

Utilize Discern Explorer to create, execute, and analyze ad hoc queries, reports and programs.

Utilize VisualExplorer.exe (VE), DiscernVisualDeveloper.exe (DVDev), operating system command-line editors, and other text editors.

Familiar using with Record Structure and subroutines to gather data, store in temporary structure, and execute particular section of the code as needed.

Meet with project team, vendors, systems engineers, technicians, and super users to determine requirements.

Provide updates to management on project progress.

Maintain knowledge of security and data integrity of system.

Manage resolution of project issues, escalating them to appropriate decision making staff and change control management team.

This is a full time salaried position

Consultant Attributes:
Must bring positive energy to the position

Excellent written and verbal skills

Ability to adapt to a fast pace healthcare environment

Analytical problem solving skills

Strong interpersonal skills

Results oriented

Clear commitment to the project

Focus on accountability

Ability to work in a collaborative team environment

Maintain professional attitude and performance