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Posted: Saturday, December 30, 2017 2:18 AM

Job Description:Job Duties The Lawson Programmer Analyst, under the supervision of the Manager of Lawson Applications, will provide technical support to Lawson applications including Accounts Payable, Purchasing, Materials Management, General Ledger, Asset Management and other active modules of Lawson. Serve as the primary point of contact for Lawson Financials and Purchasing modules (GL, AP, Invoicing, PO, and Contract Management). Design and develop custom programs, interfaces and reports for these modules to meet the business requirements. Ensure accurate and timely processing of UCLA Health System Financial Systems' processes. Capture business requirements, participate in vendor selection process, and work with vendor to complete project. Participate in design and code reviews to enforce standards of quality. Complete project tasks and assignments as directed by management. Build, maintain, and enhance Production applications. Provide architecture and design expertise (best practices, usage, technology, AND ARCHITECTURE). Job Qualifications Bachelor of Science degree in IT or a closely related discipline 2-3 years of experience in technical development and maintenance of any ERP product - Lawson (preferred) 5 years of experience in programming in Micro Focus Cobol and/or Java 5 years of experience in working with Oracle DB - developing SQL scripts and PL/SQL programming 2-3 years of experience in developing Crystal Reports 2-3 years of Work Flow/Infor Process Automation (IPA) experience (preferred) 2-3 years of experience with Excel Add-ins for Lawson and Lawson SmartOffice (preferred) Healthcare experience preferredCertified in one or more of Lawson Financials/Purchasing modules (preferred) Proficient in using MS Office productsExcellent oral and written communication skillsEffective time-management skills.

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• Location: Susanville, Westwood

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