LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER, EMERGENCY ROOM (WHITTIER) RESOURCE POOL, VARIED SHIFTS

Avacend, Inc.

LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER, EMERGENCY ROOM (WHITTIER) RESOURCE POOL, VARIED SHIFTS

Denver, CO
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    JOB TITLE: Sr. Developer (.Net/C# and SQL)

    WORK LOCATION: Denver, CO 80202

    DURATION: 12+ Months

    JOB DESCRIPTION:

    This role will be part of the development team for the Unemployment Insurance Modernization (UIM) project Phase 2. All development and work will be executed in accordance with the approved solution architecture and the existing enterprise application UFacts. This role will work and collaborate with the Solution Architect (OIT), other Agencies and Contractors. This position may also transition to Operations and Maintenance of the system once UFacts is live. Responsibilities will include:

    Production support of the UFacts application including debugging issues, and developing mitigations and resolutions through code fixes.

    Production support of the UFacts application related to identification and mitigation of data issues requiring technical intervention.

    Ability to work closely with end users to understand needed corrections and enhancements.

    Analyze application code to identify root causes of issues and defects and create code fixes.

    Analyze data and its flow in the application to identify root causes of issues and defects and create code and/or data fixes.

    Development and maintenance of code to facilitate integration of web applications to backend systems.

    Development and maintenance of code to enable effective identity and authentication and its management.

    The candidate should have experience working with:

    Strong experience with Object Oriented Programming concepts and principles with .NET technologies.

    At least 5 years of experience in C#.

    Experience with Database design, data modeling and SQL.

    Working experience with Object Relational Mapping software.

    5 years of experience in both creating and maintaining complex T-SQL queries, views, and stored procedures in a multi-database environment

    Extensive problem solving and debugging skills

    Developing using the Microsoft data stack

    Experience using source control to manage tasks and maintain developed solutions (MS Visual Studio and TFS) preferred

    Strong Analytical and problem solving skills.

    Ability to debug issues and identify the root cause of a problem.

    Strong understanding of full software development life cycle

    Ability to quickly learn new technologies and apply them to solve business problems

    Demonstrated ability to work under tight timelines and competing priorities

    Strong written and verbal communication skills

    Knowledge of XML, XSL, XSLT, and XML schemas

    Experience with web services include REST and SOAP

    Experience with Service oriented architecture and microservices

    Experience with continuous integration/continuous deployment practices

    Highly preferred: Experience in creating and modifying Crystal reports.

    This role will be key during the development and implementation of this 20-24 month project. The selected candidate will also need to tag/notate any code and document thoroughly the approach to assist in the ongoing operations and maintenance of the solution after implementation.

    The Sr. Developer will use appropriate development tools and approaches and leverage best practices in coding, security and documentation. The role will work directly with agency staff, as well as vendors and, when necessary, other state agencies in fulfilling and carrying out the requirements of assigned IT projects. This work shall be performed in a way aligned with the business needs, contract requirements, end users and with the approved technical architecture.

    Preferred, not required: US Citizen or Green Card Holder.

    Position has the ability to be extended as needed.

    Required Skills Required Experience

  • Qualifications
    • Maintains hospital wide and job specific competencies.
    • Responsible for following patients from admit through post discharge placement. Work with physicians, patients, families, primary care nurses, and third party payors to create and maintain quality and fiscal responsibility.
    • Participates with other clinical associates in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating actions for age appropriate patient care as allowed by licensure.
    • Reviews the post hospital care plan with the patient/family and care team. Establish expectations regarding time frames and responsibilities with patient/family and physicians.
    • Develops a network of information regarding community resources. Evaluate options for post-hospital care or emergency care and make recommendations for referral to the appropriate physician, and other members of the care team.
    • Demonstrates responsibility for professional growth, development, and stress management. Maintain an effective time management system.
    • Utilizes positive guest relations, support care centers and hospital administration. Attend staff and other appropriate meetings.
    • Participates in the education of the Patient Self-Determination Act and Patient Rights.
    • Demonstrates positive guest relations behavior in verbal and non-verbal communications and interactions with patients, peers, physicians, and all customers of the organization.
    • Contributes to patient/physician/staff satisfaction, financial strength and continuous qualityimprovement goals of the facility.
    • Demonstrates pride in work, takes the initiative to see that what is needed is accomplished. Promotes the patient focused concept to achieve a caring, healing, and teaching environment for the patient and their family.
    • Maintains departmental and hospital-wide policies and procedures and objectives.
    • Early identification of high risk/complex cases.
    • Complex discharge planning (socio-economic issues, psychosocial issues.
    • Facilitation of family conferences.
    • Support and resolution of patient and family crises.
    • Participation in interdisciplinary care coordination rounds.
    • Advocacy of life changing events: adoption, guardianship, abuse, placement bereavement.
    • Mediation of risk factors.
    • Provides education and linkage to community resources.
    • Performs other duties as assigned within scope of practice.
    • Perform consultations via videoconference through the use of telehealth for bi-campus.