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Solution Consultant

Strata Decision Technology provides an innovative cloud-based financial analytics and performance platform that helps healthcare providers drive margin to fuel their clinical mission.  Founded in 1996, our solutions are used by over 1,000 hospitals including many of the largest and most influential healthcare delivery systems in the U.S.  

Strata has been named one of the fastest growing companies by Inc. magazine three times, received the 2014 Chicago Innovation Award and has consistently been named one of the 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s among many other industry accolades.  Our headquarters are in Chicago, IL.

The Position:

As a Solution Consultant, you will be responsible for working on a team with other Strata Decision team members to implement, then optimize adoption and use of Strata Decision software and best practices.

Responsibilities, not limited to:

  • Work with an experienced team of client service professionals who have deep technical expertise in Strata software solutions and who are well-versed in the financial management processes of healthcare providers, including strategic planning, cost accounting, payer contract modeling, operating budgeting, cost improvement, capital planning, and productivity improvement.
  • Implement significant components of Strata software at multiple clients across the country. Implementation includes configuring the user requirements, validating its functionality, and testing key features of the software. Analysts will work on configuring and testing users and security, developing complex financial models, building reports, developing workflows, and configuring administrative screens.  
  • Help clients define their business and technical requirements for the software. Gain the experience necessary to work with clients as a trusted advisor to implement best practices in their financial management processes
  • Assess clients’ training needs for specific features and functions; lead onsite and web-based client training for clients
  • Communicate complex analyses and system functionality to clients and colleagues. Track and follow up on open items to ensure projects are completed on time.
  • Consult with technical consulting team and Solution Architects to resolve issues clients experience
  • Work in an Agile environment and learn one of the most widely used and effective methodologies for building and implementing high quality, feature-rich software.
  • Use SQL and Strata implementation tools to deliver on client expectations for software implementation and optimization projects 
  • Communicate proactively with team members, managers, and project managers on issues and risks that may arise during the project life cycle. Develop and execute action plans to mitigate risks proactively.
  • Meaningfully contribute to operational improvement and strategic growth projects to enable Strata to continue to scale operations and continually improve our level of service to clients

Education and Experience:

  • B.S. degree or foreign academic equivalent in Accounting, Finance, Engineering, or Computer Science with a 3.3 – 4.0 GPA
  • 2-5 years of relevant experience
  • Demonstrates a strong interest in providing a world class level of client service
  • Professional and/or academic background in SQL and relational database concepts
  • Excellent problem solving and analytical skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • An understanding of financial concepts, including financial statement analysis
  • Ability to respond to client needs as they arise
  • A drive to learn quickly and constantly adapt to new challenges
  • Strong self-motivation, and the ability to work effectively with limited guidance when necessary
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