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3 days ago

Marketing Business Analyst II – new

Hawaii Medical Service Association Hawaii +2 locations

* Cross-Functional Integration and Communication: * Advance and maintain relationships with/to external facing HMSA departments, BCBS Association… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Business Analyst (Health Systems Development) – new

Hawaii Medical Service Association Hawaii +2 locations

* Guiding Project Team and Operational Units: * Assist project staff and subject matter experts with the planning and implementation of project and… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Communications Business Analyst – new

Hawaii Medical Service Association Hawaii +2 locations

Ensure that all external communication are accurate, messages are consistent and aligns with HMSAs brand voice. Take an active role to partner and… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Senior Business Analyst (Provider Economics and Network Administration) – new

Hawaii Medical Service Association Hawaii +2 locations

* Manages, coordinates and/or facilitates planning and completion of various assigned projects to establish or improve work processes within the… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Business Analyst (Provider Economics and Network Administration) – new

Hawaii Medical Service Association Hawaii +2 locations

* Coordinates project implementation: * Initial gathering of business requirements to determine project timeframes, staffing requirements, funding… Beyond.com


7 hrs ago

Business Solutions Analyst II – new

HMSA Honolulu, HI

• Conduct analysis of HMSA’s existing programs such as health and wellness initiatives or provider payment methods against their stated goals… Glassdoor


3 days ago

System Analyst - Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) – new

Hawaii Medical Service Association Hawaii +2 locations

* Participates in the project planning process with clients, business analysts and team members. * Assists in the… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Software Engineer - Web Developer – new

Hawaii Medical Service Association Hawaii +2 locations

include, but may not be limited to, the following: * Participates in the project planning process with clients, business Beyond.com


7 days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Web Developer

HMSA Honolulu, HI

include, but may not be limited to, the following: • Participates in the project planning process with clients, business Glassdoor


7 days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Document Management

HMSA Honolulu, HI

include, but may not be limited to, the following: • Participates in the project planning process with clients, business Glassdoor


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    Smoke and mirrors: What you should know if you're applying to work here

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at HMSA full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    They have an extraordinary PR team to record every positive experience that their employees go through and post it on social media. The company has a notorious reputation for burning out their employees so don't believe that positive happy experiences are a norm for employees. The company knows how to squeeze every drop of energy out of their workers through private one-on-one talks.

    Cons

    It is clearly communicated that employees are disposable. Management is, and always will be, untouchable. HR does not respond to multiple complaints within a department for some reason.... and they themselves have high turnover. A vast majority of employees will last 1 year or less. The company runs far too lean and having high turnover does not help an existing team in any way. If you work here, you will never feel appreciated.... it's one of the ways management can push existing workers to churn out more and more work until they quit due to burnout. Once again, It is clearly communicated that employees are disposable.

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