Technology underpins what we do. It gives our people the freedom to work effectively, focus on customers and deliver integrated care solutions.
Technology is fundamental to the future of health care. We depend on the systems that manage our customer data; platforms that support our clients; and infrastructure that underpins our own contact and data centers, health plans and affiliated businesses. We meet the needs of more than 37,000 users across the nation — in offices, in sales roles in the field, in health care environments and working remotely. We ensure that they can share information, connect with clients and customers, and have the right tools they need to perform in their role.
Background and Skills
Our teams build proactive, collaborative relationships with the rest of the business. This means that the kinds of people we look for are those who naturally embrace and respond to change. In every role, we’ll expect strong technical and specialist knowledge. But more widely, you’ll also have:
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Attention to detail and accuracy
- The willingness to try new approaches, adopt new ideas and embrace different methodologies
Specific roles include:
- Software Architects
- Software Engineers
- Application Developers
- Database Developers
- Information Security Analysts
As the health care industry changes and evolves, we’re continually investing in our information technology, communications network and data management systems. We offer our technology teams opportunities to participate in a range of complex projects with sophisticated, large-scale requirements, such as developing new platforms, integrating enhancements and upgrades or making recommendations and creating business proposals to future-proof our technology operations.
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