About Texas Children's HospitalThe Texas Children’s Hospital system is the largest pediatric integrated care system, and is an industry leader in pediatric population health. Founded in 1996, Texas Children’s Health Plan is the nation's first health maintenance organization (HMO) created just for children and pregnant women. We are an Integrated Community System providing holistic care that empowers families to live healthier lives. Texas Children's Health Plan is also the largest combined STAR/CHIP Managed Care Organization in the Harris County service area. Currently, the Health Plan serves more than 450,000 members across three state territories (Harris, Jefferson, North East), who receive care from our network of more than 1,100 primary care physicians, 3,200 specialists, and 70 hospitals. To join our community of 13,000 dedicated team members, visit www.texaschildrenspeople.org for career opportunities. You can also learn more about our amazing culture at www.infinitepassion.org
We are searching for a Business Systems Analyst II– someone who works well in a fast-paced managed care setting. In this position, you’ll be responsible for understanding the business and business requirements in relation to applications, reporting, and processes of our Health Plan. You will be working with the business to clarify requests and interpret needs. Lastly, this position includes significant or complex system configuration, report design, data analysis and issues resolution.
Ideally we are looking for a business analyst with strong skills and two to five years of experience.
You are going to gather requirements from clients and help them directly or assign resources that will solve their requests for needs. Experience with SQL, health care, MS Team, and Agile methodology will be helpful but not required. If you are great at handling support issues and gathering requirements that’s where we need you most.
This role will be based in our Health Plan location which is at 610 and Bellaire Boulevard just south of the Galleria.
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