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UPMC IS Division Summer Associates Program – Applications being accepted for Summer 2016

The UPMC Information Systems Division Summer Associates Program is now accepting applications for internships during the summer of 2016.  This is a full-time, 11 week, paid internship program starting at the end of May 2016 and ending in mid-August that combines real work experience with networking opportunities, executive exposure, and community service.

Participants are typically placed within our systems and data management, infrastructure, health information management, project management, coding and testing, security, architecture, or voice and data communicate areas.


• A major in Information Services, Information Technology, Health Information Management, Computer Science, or a related field is required

• Preference given to students who will have completed their junior year as of May 2016; however, exceptional sophomores, seniors, and graduate students will be considered

• 3.0 cumulative GPA strongly preferred

• Preference will be given to candidates that have demonstrated leadership ability through their studies, employment, or extracurricular activities.

Application Instructions:

Please visit http://www.upmc.com/careers/students/ to apply. Click on “Summer Associates Internship Program” and specifically apply to the position(s) you are interested in.


1) Upload a Microsoft Word resume in addition to completing the online application.
2) Ensure that your cumulative GPA, major GPA, and graduation date are clearly listed on your resume.
3) Apply using Internet Explorer as your web browser
4) Visit our website to learn more about the Summer Associates Program: www.upmc.com/sa

UPMC Recruiting M Programmers at Spring Career Fair

UPMC will be attending RMU’s Spring Career Fair on April 7, 2015.  They are specifically interested in MUMPS programmers.  MUMPS (Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multi-Programming System), alternatively called M, is a general-purpose programming language for transaction processing that was originally designed for the healthcare industry and continues to be used in many large hospitals today.

At RMU, M programming is taught in the following courses:

  • INFS2140 M Programming
  • INFS3141 Advanced M & Cache

If you have experience in M or have taken the courses above, you should make a point to attend the Spring Career Fair in April!


Systems Analyst (Intermediate) Position at UPMC Presbyterian

UPMC Corporate Services is hiring a full-time Systems Analyst – Intermediate to help support the Enterprise Radiology Imaging Department for its UPMC Baum location.  The Systems Analyst – Intermediate provides experienced analytical and/or programming capabilities, defines requirements, develops and/or maintains computer applications/systems, and provides services to meet client IT and business needs.


  • Develops and maintains project work plans for small to medium projects.
  • Maintains and supports production systems.
  • Interviews personnel from client area to learn system requirements and identify methods of resolving problems and/or meeting client needs. Handles multiple/concurrent project assignments.
  • Prepares and maintains documentation for new and existing systems, ensuring compliance with departmental procedures.
  • Maintains and increases knowledge of health care industry and information system technology.
  • Utilizes project tailoring tools, codes, and tests ad hoc reports.
  • Develops and/or assists project leader in developing detailed specifications including record layouts, functional specifications, screen designs, and report layouts.
  • Designs and executes test data; works closely with user during testing; trains users on applications as appropriate.


  • Associate Degree or equivalent education / job experience required; BA/BS Degree in Computer Science or equivalent degree preferred.
  • Periodic review of work in progress and at project completion. Supervisor contact is biweekly. Regular contact with users, vendors, and other outside contact. Regular exercise of judgment and initiative required to review/analyze issues. Flexibility to use problem solving alternatives that may not be governed by established procedures.
  • Minimum 1 year experience in systems analysis and programming required. Requires analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills.

Preferred Experience:

  • Ideally seeking candidates with Epic experience that would include implementation and support of EpicCare Ambulatory and Inpatient applications, Beacon, Radiant, Cupid, Beaker. MyChart, Haiku, Canto, Phoenix.
  • Candidates that have other clinical system experience (Cerner, Siemens, Allscripts, etc.) are preferred.

Apply here.