Overview

The Enterprise Integration Architect works closely with Business Stakeholders, Leadership and Technical teams to architect, design and develop integration workflows for data exchange between systems in real-time and batch. They will be experienced with enterprise integration architecture, API Management, big data workloads and have awareness of emerging data technologies with the ability to adopt and apply new data design/ingestion patterns. They must understand the role data plays in the enterprise in a variety of fashions from transactional applications, data lakes, databases to reporting/dashboarding in order to design and architect highly scalable integration jobs.

 

Our employees enjoy: Competitive Pay, Quarterly Bonuses, Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance, 401 (k) Match, Verizon Wireless Discount, Paid Time off, and more!

 

Responsibilities

• Works with business and technical teams to identify functional requirements that drive data architecture and technology decisions to meet customer needs and enables business capabilities

• Establish integration design patterns to be leveraged by Integration / ETL Engineers

• Design, develop, and implement efficient and scalable integration solutions, adhering to best-practice standards in areas of performance, maintainability, exception handling & recovery

• Actively participates in architecture board meetings with application and infrastructure design architects to provide guidance on integration architecture and other IT processes and standards

• Works hands-on in designing and developing APIs for interfacing with Hospital EMRs, ELT jobs for big data workloads

• Works with technical/business representatives from 3rd party vendors, partner organizations for secure data exchange or other data related needs

• Serves as an EHR interoperability subject matter expert and provides guidance to business, and technical team members

• Mentors, coaches and develops Integration / ETL Engineers

• Complies and adheres to all company policies and procedures

• Other duties and assignments as needed

 

 

Qualifications

• Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering or related field or 10+ years’ experience building Integration services

• 10+ years of proven experience architecting and designing API’s from the ground-up using real-time, Batch Message processing, error handling and reconciliation mechanisms

• 5+ years of experience designing, developing, troubleshooting, documenting and supporting SOAP/REST APIs

• 3+ years of experience working with cloud native services such as AWS API Gateway, SQS, Lambda

• 3+ years of experience developing ETL / ELT specifications and mappings to support big data workloads

• Experience with one or more iPaaS platforms

• Ability to assimilate disparate information (log files, error messages) and pursue leads to identify root cause

• Proficiency with at-least two scripting languages (e.g. JavaScript, Python, Lua)

• Sound knowledge of healthcare interoperability standards, such as HL7’s Version 2.x messaging standard, Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), and FHIR

• Working knowledge of healthcare terminology and standards (e.g. ICD-10-CM, CPT, RXNORM…)

• Proficiency with SQL and Non-SQL Databases, DevOps and CI/CD tools

• Knowledge of various data and AI related services in AWS highly preferred

• Strong verbal and written communication skills

• Ability to deliver results on multiple concurrent projects and workstreams

• Ability to complete milestones and work toward multiple deadlines simultaneously