Software Engineer - QuadraMed, United States

External Description:
The Software Engineer will help develop enterprise wide business intelligence application solutions. The focus starts with healthcare financial systems and then expands to other applications in the QuadraMed enterprise solution suite. The successful candidate will be a fast learner who is excited about building solutions to revolutionize the access to application data. This person will ideally have Microsoft SQL Server Database Engine and then experience with one or more of the following Microsoft BI Tools: Reporting Services, Analytical Services and Integration Services. If you are a database applications developer with good query writing skills and are interested in database development or data warehouse and business intelligence experience, you will love this job. Key features include:
  • Analyze and perform modifications to and maintenance of complex Data Warehouse applications
  • Work with users, application analysts, domain experts, and product managers to define system scope and objectives, detailed requirements
  • Assist in determining project objective methods and approaches
  • Develop a variety of reports using SSRS accessing data from SQL Server tables and BI cubes
  • Document file designs and program logic
  • Analyze system and programming logic and make revisions

Position Requirements

  • Assists in executing SQL Server based enhancements and support.
  • Including all aspects of application design and implementation for complex computer systems. Supervise contract development resources.

 Education and Knowledge

  • Bachelor’s degree in related discipline or equivalent work experience
  • Some skills using SQL Server is required.
  • Knowledge of .NET Languages such as C# is required
  • Detailed knowledge of Cache/M technology and database is helpful
  • Knowledge of health care/hospital applications is preferred


  • Three or more years related experience in the same/similar work environment
  • Experience developing programs using a life cycle methodology required