Cerner Senior Technology Consultant Jobs

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2 days ago

Technical Application Consultant – new

Cerner Silver Spring, MD

•Place a high priority on serving all customers, lead user group meetings to establish… Cerner


2 days ago

Consulting Manager - Revenue Cycle – new

Cerner Malvern, PA

In this role, you will be required to serve in a senior and lead consultative capacity, working with clients to not only identify opportunities for… Cerner


10 days ago

Sr Consultant

Cerner Malvern, PA

The Senior Consultant provides excellent communication skills to be able to quickly assess situations and determine current challenges and… Cerner


28 days ago

Senior Learning Consultant

Cerner Kansas City, MO

The Senior Learning Consultant is responsible for managing multifaceted learning projects that include planning, coordination, development, and… Cerner


28 days ago

Senior Consultant SAP BI/BO (m/w)

Cerner Berlin

Als Teilprojektleiter steuert er/sie ein Projektteam bei der Implementierung und Einführungsberatung, erstellt kundenspezifische Ausbildungskonzepte… Cerner


30+ days ago

Senior Consultant

Cerner Malvern, PA

The Consultant will work jointly with Project managers, product consultants, vendor or client interface analyst, and the solution delivery leads to… Cerner


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Cerner Chairman, CEO & President Neal L. Patterson
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    Current Employee - Systems Engineer in Kansas City, MO
    Current Employee - Systems Engineer in Kansas City, MO
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    I have been working at Cerner full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    You learn a lot. Projects come quickly, and teams are generally willing to help you get things figured out when joining. You work with a lot of people, teams and organizations. The benefits are well-worth the monthly deductions, and there is a gym at each campus.

    Cons

    You will often work 60+ hours a week, and no overtime if you're on salary. There are releases and projects which go live at all hours of the night, and you may often be asked to be a part of those. Internal teams lack visibility. Raises are based on tenure rather than merit, and are awarded in 2 year cycles. There are no bonuses. Teams are often inexperienced due to high associate turnover.

    Advice to Management

    Focus on retaining quality workers, rather than a high turnover rate/lower salary strategy.


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