As an Interface Engineer, you will build and test interface design and provide interface support during implementation activities.
Your responsibilities will include configuring Cerner interfaces and code basic interfaces, installing Cerner interfaces as well as troubleshooting and resolving system interface issues.
You will also support interface testing during the life cycle of the project, perform data migration and conversion programs as well as test data migration and conversion programs.
Qualifications Basic Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Information Systems, Computer Science, Engineering, Computer Information Systems, Management Information Systems or related field, or equivalent relevant work experience Preferred Qualifications At least 1 year Database architecture work experience At least 1 year Linux command line work experience At least 1 year Programming work experience At least 1 year sFTP experience Expectations Must live in or be willing to relocate to the San Diego, CA area or live in a virtually approved city Additional Information Applicants for U.S.
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