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J P Systems Overview

Clifton, VA
1 to 50 employees
1983
Company - Private
IT Services
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Cooper Thomas, LLC, Edmond Scientific, BITS
We perform professional IT services for Healthcare IT including data standards development, medical terminology standards, requirements analysis, data modeling & data architecture. We create UML information models of Healthcare domains such as Vital Signs, Lab ... Read more

Mission: Our mission is to design Healthcare IT systems which support the interoperability of Electronic Healthcare Records systems. We employ data architecture, UML modeling, medical terminologies, enterprise and business architecture to enhance our clients data assets. We perform ... Read more

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    I have been working at J P Systems full-time

    Pros

    cutting edge work in clinical data standards architecture
    small firm with compassionate, human management
    virtual model; work from home

    Cons

    lacks some large firm perks - e.g., career path management
    some size-related risk: pipeline blips can have a big effect on utilization
    virtual model means some isolation

    Advice to Management

    I wouldn't change much. Growth would have a positive effect on risk, but keeping the culture will be a challenge.

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J P Systems Photos

J P Systems photo of: HL7 Working Group Meeting
J P Systems photo of: Our former marketing intern Shishi Zhang has now graduated and is a successful professional. We wish her well!
J P Systems photo of: Nitin Jain and Galen Mulrooney at a reception after the conference.
J P Systems photo of: Dr. Rob McClure and Dr. David Carlson at an HL7 Working Group Meeting
J P Systems photo of: This is Dr. David Parker at a FHIR (tm) Training class at HL7.
J P Systems photo of: Graham Grieve, one of the 3 original FHIR inventors and Jackie Mulrooney, our president. We are thrilled that FHIR has come into its own as a data standard for the exchange of medical data.
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J P Systems Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at J P Systems in November 2016.

    Interview

    After applying for a job at this company online, I received a phone call a few days after at 8:45 pm from a recruiter. First red flag! Recruiter was based in Colorado, so I guess he didn't realize how strange it was to call someone in the Eastern time zone on a weeknight at this time. What rubbed me the wrong way were a few things. The recruiter (who I later found out was a contractor - this appears to be the standard w/ small companies these days!) NEVER asked me if I had any questions during the phone screen. Red flag #2! Secondly, after our phone screen, he strung me along for over a week by telling me that he expected a 2nd phone screen to happen with an interview panel a few days after our initial phone screen. He essentially kept saying it would be in the next few days and that he would confirm the date and time by reaching out to me to schedule it. Except he never reached out to me and I had to keep checking in with him. He did this at least three times -- he kept saying that the 2nd phone interview would be "soon". In our final communication, he finally came out and said that the company is interviewing other candidates for the position. In other words, they may have not felt my skills were a good fit for the position after reviewing my resume. Honestly, I do not believe this to be the case -- I was clearly qualified because the recruiter would not have contacted me in the first place. I am positive that it was based on my salary requirements. Yet another recruiter that is just not open and honest about salary. Next time, just come out and say that the salary for the position is below what I'm looking for. That way, you do not waste people's time (or get their hopes up by promising a 2nd interview). Overall, the recruiter shed a negative light on this company for me. If you want to work for a place that has no transparency in its hiring practices, then this is the place for you! By the way, my phone screen with the recruiter was scheduled at a certain time and he called me 15 minutes before the start of the screen. I thought that was very rude. People schedule interviews at certain times for a reason (i.e. I'm trying to interview without my current employer knowing!), so please call people at or a little after the start of the scheduled time.

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    • Since I am required to fill this section out, the most unexpected question was are you available to speak now?   1 Answer
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J P Systems Awards & Accolades

  • Best of Fairfax County(Computer Consultants category), U.S. Commerce Association (USCA), 2013
  • Virginia Excellence Award, USIEC, 2013

Pledges & Certifications

Veteran Hiring Commitment

Committed to helping America's military veterans find work

Pay Equality Pledge

Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience

Tech Hiring Commitment

Helping to train, hire and promote more technology workers

Career Advancement Program

Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions

Returnships

Offer formal "internships" for mid-career people or those returning to the workforce

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