Applied Medical is a new generation medical device company with a proven business model and commitment to innovation that has fueled our rapid business growth and expansion. Applied Medical has been developing and manufacturing advanced surgical technologies for nearly 30 years, and has earned a strong reputation in healthcare. Our dedication to delivering the highest quality products and unique business positioning provides our team members with the ability to contribute in a larger capacity than is possible in typical positions.
The EDI Integration Developer will have extensive previous experience with an IT organization, business processes, and how they translate into technical processes. Previous experience working with EDI data, standards, partner implementations, and troubleshooting is required. You will be introduced to Applied Medical, our core philosophies, the medical device industry, and the products we manufacture. Become familiar with Applied Technology Services (ATS) processes and procedures and learn about our EDI processing, standards, B2BI platform, SAP, database operations, and related technologies. Having previously worked with EDI, or as part of an EDI team, the candidate will have very strong familiarity with EDI application software and ERP systems which will allow for them to quickly learn Applied's B2BI and SAP EDI related features and capabilities. Daily work will include projects and tasks related to new EDI partner implementation, system configuration, process monitoring, and production support by utilizing the B2BI platform and other necessary tools, as assigned by the team lead or manager. As a EDI Integration Developer, you will also be expected to mentor and share expertise with fellow EDI Integration Developers. Official SAP or B2Bl training may be an ongoing process.
As an EDI Integration Developer, you will be responsible for working within the framework of a team and performing the following activities:
This position requires the following skills and attributes:
The following skills and attributes are preferred: