Talent Tuesday: Now Hiring!


Welcome to Talent Tuesday. Check back each week as we highlight job opportunities and tips from the healthcare IT recruitment specialists at Greythorn.

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Today’s Specialist

Travis Porcelli, Sr. Account Manager at Greythorn
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Today’s Tip Travis:

I’m frequently asked what to wear to an interview and I always give the same response: guys, wear a suit; ladies, go business formal. I’ve never heard of a candidate being passed on for a position because they were over dressed, but I have heard of a candidate being passed on because they were under dressed. It might seem old school, but it still counts.

For more tips and resources check out previous Talent Tuesday posts.

Today’s Opportunity:

Epic Certified Cupid Analyst
Location: North Carolina
Check out this opportunity.

IMMEDIATE NEED for a Cupid Analyst. Min 2 years Cupid exp, preference for 4+, integration exp. This candidate will be joining a team with young teammates and will need to be a strong Cupid analyst that doesn’t need “to be in charge.”

Basic Purpose:
Perform in-depth analysis of workflows, data collection, report details, and other technical issues associated with Epic Radiant and/or Cupid software and unit/area specific workflows. Collaborates with other team members to assist in design, validation, and problem resolution throughout the project lifespan.

Major Work Activities:
Collaborates with technical and business resources and end user groups to ensure the system meets the organization’s clinical and patient care needs.

Identify and consider end users’ preference, as well as business operations, while making build decisions.

Review and test data conversions, interfaces, and new application releases. Populate databases during the initial system build. Ensure that data coming across an interface into the Epic application meets the business need.

Develop and document internal procedures to use in conjunction with Epic applications. Establish change control processes.

Participate in training and work with end users. Troubleshoot problems and questions from end users.

For more resources, check out Greythorn’s Career Suite.