Since the creation of NC AHEC Program in 1972, NC AHEC has helped meet the state’s health and health workforce needs. The NC AHEC Program is a network of nine (9) regional education centers (AHECs) representing all 100 counties in NC. The NC AHEC Program Office at UNC-Chapel Hill works with 9 AHECs, Duke AHEC Program Office, and partners with NC academic medical centers/schools, health professions programs, community colleges, other private educational institutions, hospital systems and health departments and more than 1,400 medical practices in the state.
Mission: The NC AHEC Program provides and supports educational activities and services with a focus on primary care in rural communities and those with less access to resources to recruit, train, and retain the workforce needed to create a healthy North Carolina.
Vision: We envision a state where every North Carolinian is healthy and supported by an appropriate and well-trained health workforce that reflects the communities it serves.
Within the NC AHEC Program, the Statewide Information Technology team is charged with providing robust technical solutions to support common processes across the AHEC system that are accessed by AHEC staff as well as consumers of AHEC services. By employing a combination of internally developed systems and integrations with commercial services, Statewide IT provides applications for all AHEC service lines as well as controlled access for regional IT staffers working at our 9 regional AHECs. The Statewide IT team also serves as primary data managers for a variety of programmatic data used throughout the system. This unit works closely with other Program Office leadership to contribute to business planning and evaluation to support automation and business processes to meet the mission of the organization.
The Software Engineer will work as part of a multi-person Agile team, supporting and developing technological solutions for statewide IT issues. The software engineer will share responsibility for application architecture, technical project coordination, software development and web-based infrastructure.
Education and Experience:
Preferred candidates would also have experience in one or more of the following areas: -Elasticsearch -Couchbase or other No-SQL data stores -New Relic One observability platform -Automated Testing Suites -PCI-compliance
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