In this position you will work with a talented engineering group to design, develop, install and test in scala and spark sql data pipelines which ingests and analyzes over a billion records every night. Leveraging technologies like Mesos, DCOS, Apache Nifi, Spark, ElasticSearch and ELK you will implement data integration projects on cloud platforms such as AWS. This role involves building the data pipelines which feed the cutting edge of population health and analytics within the healthcare industry and working to solve complex problems to ensure the best data for our clients. The ideal candidate will be team first, detail oriented and a self-starter to take ownership over each project they’re on.   

 

What Will You Be Doing

  • Building standard and custom software to integrate large clinical and claims data sets into the Arcadia Analytics infrastructure
  • Use Nifi, Scala, Apache Spark, or other tools/languages to cleanse and transform incoming data into normalized formats
  • Design and implement software components
  • Performing code reviews, Unit & Integration Testing
  • Deploy software components
  • Manage code repositories & enforce software versioning
  • Establish and maintain efficient local development environments
  • Provide feedback and recommendations to improve software development processes

 

What Success Looks Like

 

In 3 months

  • Train in the different areas of the data connector life cycle
  • Work on initial data integration and egress
  • Work on data quality and analytics around connector
  • Work on enhancement and issue triage

 

In 6 months

  • Start to develop clinical and claims data connectors
  • Work on higher level enhancement requests and defects
  • Deliver Data Quality Reviews to clients

 

In 12 months 

  • Developing a range of data connectors with varying complexity
  • Work on teams with Product, Engineering or Implementation to build out tools for better data integration
  • Pick an SME (Subject Matter Expert) path for what excites you the most
  • Working on standardized data connector development
  • Working with product to build out new data types for new requirements

 

What You'll Need To Have

  • At least 2 – 5+ years of related work experience
  • Expert Level in SQL
  • SQL or NoSql database experience such as MySql, Postgres, Cassandra, MS SqlServer, or Oracle
  • Proficient in at least one of the following languages: Scala, Java, Python, R (Expert if no SQL Experience)
  • Experience working with complex data sets
  • Experience with Business Intelligence software or advanced reporting queries/frameworks

 

Would Love For You Have

  • Healthcare data experience
  • Apache Nifi, Talend, IBM InfoSphere, TIBCO, Pentaho, or Informatica
  • ELK (ElasticSearch/Logstash/Kibana)
  • Distributed Hadoop-like technologies such as Spark, Storm and/or Kafka
  • Tableau, QlikView, Apache Zeppelin, IPython or Jupyter
  • Github
  • HL7, CCD, CCLF file formats/designs

 

What You Get

  • Join a high performing team who brings all data into one of the top Healthcare Analytics companies in the US
  • Learn a TON about healthcare and the bleeding edge of healthcare analytics and medical economics
  • Learn the Apache tech stack and distributed computing
  • Become an expert in clinical and claims healthcare data
  • Receive cash compensation with health, dental, and other benefits

This position is responsible for following all Security policies and procedures in order to protect all PHI under Arcadia's custodianship as well as Arcadia Intellectual Properties.  For any security-specific roles, the responsibilities would be further defined by the hiring manager.

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