Cerner PowerChart Consultant Needed

Ivesia is a HIGHLY CANDIDATE-CENTRIC company.  What does that mean?  We offer above-market rates because we are growing and want to grow with you!

The Ambulatory Consultant is responsible for the installation of an identified client solution. The consultant is the primary contact for the clients solution troubleshooting and consultation. 

Responsibilities include: 

-Consult on design, build, and trouble-shooting within the appropriate tools used by project team/solution.
-Understand and consult on Cerner business process with client work groups.
-Establish and maintain relationships at the appropriate level in order to provide appropriate escalation of issues, solution benefits, etc.
-Effectively communicate status updates of tasks and project plans to appropriate client and Cerner project team members. 
 Minimum Qualifications:

-Bachelors degree in Nursing is ideal, a health related field, or Information Technology
-Excellent written communication skills
-Ability to lead small and large group sessions; both casual discussions and large formal education sessions
-Ability to travel 50-80%
-Willing to work in a very fluid environment

Contact Carter Torrey at and PLEASE mention you found this opportunity through this blog or through Julie Sykora.  Good luck!


About Julie

My credentials include a Master's Certificate in Health Informatics, a CHPSE certification (Certified HIPAA Privacy and Security Expert), and certification in HL7 (Health Level 7). The multidisciplinary approach to equipping myself to enter the healthcare IT sector is consistent with my professional background in sales, management, healthcare, and recruiting. I also have a BA in Organizational Psychology from the University of Michigan, which as been invaluable in my professional life for exceling in sales, change management, and laying down an excellent foundation from which I was able to build effective communication skills with professionals of all levels.

Posted on April 11, 2011, in Job Postings and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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